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Improv Daycamp (Grades 3-6)

June 29-July 3

Fairytale Madlibs

“The green princess called down from her banana tower and exclaimed, Gadzooks!” Combining the powers of improvisation with the silliness of Madlibs, we’ll take classic stories in a whole new direction. Students will work on spontaneity, character development and story-building in this fast-paced camp. Family and friends are invited to attend a presentation on the final day of camp.


Dates: June 29-July 3

Day/Time: Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm

Tuition: $400 for 1-wk camp (includes performance video link)


Only 20 students max allowed in this class, so sign up today!


If you are interested in our summer programming, please contact Conservatory Director Stephanie Temple for more information at


Morning care from 9am-10am available for an additional fee of $75 for the week. Contact for more details.



Need more drama in your life?! Pair this camp with Fairytale Musicals (June 22-26) or one of our play production camps and double the fun.


*Note: Grade level refers to 2019-20 school year, as in students will have completed 3rd grade this year.

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