Come and explore the arts as we take students on a journey through the different aspects of performance – from the song and dance to makeup and voice overs! This one week camp is open to students with or without any prior experience. (SEE BELOW for detailed description by age group).
When: June 10 – 14 (M-F)
Time: 10:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. (ages 12-18)
12:30 P.M. – 2:30 P.M. (ages 6-11)
Cost: $180 (includes materials)
Limit: 15 students per age group
Monday: Learn music and staging for a song from the Broadway musical SHREK! Take on one of the roles of the misfit storybook characters such as Pinocchio, the Fairy Godmother, or Peter Pan for this fun and creative day!
Tuesday: Switch gears and learn what it takes to be a voice over artist! You’ll be recorded using scripts from actual animated television shows and video games. Spend the second part of the day learning improvisation through fun games.
Wednesday: Learn how to safely throw punches, kicks, hair pulls, and more on stage without hurting (or sometimes even touching!) your partner. This is a low to no contact form of stage combat, unarmed. Very safe and fun for all ages!
Thursday: Makeup! Learn how to apply the makeup for your SHREK character from Monday’s class. Each character is very different so every student will receive individual instruction.
Friday: This is when we put it all together! Students will apply their makeup from Thursday’s session and present Monday’s song for their families!
Monday: Learn the song and dance for a musical number from the Broadway musical THE LION KING! Take on the role of one of the Savannah’s fiercest or cutest creatures!
Tuesday: Using scripts from shows such as Paw Patrol or other kid favorites, students will learn how children actors record their voices for some of their favorite characters! The second part of the day will be spent using their imagination to play fun improv games!
Wednesday: Puppets! Puppets! Puppets! Students learn how to make a puppet using all sorts of craft materials, then make them sing and dance. We will also explore different kinds of puppets used in The Lion King!
Thursday: Get ready to get messy! Today is makeup day! Students will be guided through how to design (on paper, then themselves) makeup for their chosen animal from The Lion King.
Friday: Let’s put it all together and put on a little show! Families are invited in for the second part of the class to see what we’ve been working on!