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Youth Summer Ensemble (Grades 3-6)

July 6-17

Play Production: Once Upon a Time

So many stories, so little time! Together, we’ll craft a show featuring classic fairytales such as Cinderella, Rumplestiltskin, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel.

Our performers will build on their acting skills, explore wacky characters and stage a full play with costume pieces of their own creation. Daily camp activities include improvisation, storytelling, character development, staging, movement, and theatre crafts. The final day of camp culminates in a world-premiere performance up on the big stage.


Dates: July 6-17

Day/Time: Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm


Tuition: $725 for 2-wk camp (includes camp t-shirt and performance video link)


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


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


Need more drama in your life?! Pair this camp with Fairytale Musicals (June 22-26) or Fairytale Madlibs (June 29-July 3) 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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