Performing Arts Camps

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  • Story Theater

    Ages 6-9
    August 8- August 12
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm               
    Lyndhurst Campus
    Do you enjoy books? Do you enjoy acting? In story theater, you will get to do both! Campers will experience literature by reading scripts and working together to bring the story to life through acting with costumes and props. Campers will also have the opportunity to write their own script, which they can perform in front of families and friends at the end of the week.
  • The One-Act One-Week Challenge

    Ages 9 – 14
    August 8 – August 12
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm               
    Lyndhurst Campus

    Are you up for the challenge? During the One-Act One Week Challenge, campers work together to create their own one-act play from scratch. It is up to them to write the script; develop the characters; block the scenes; create props, costumes, and scenery; and rehearse and perform the show! During down times, students will engage in theater games to build confidence and performing skills, as well as elicit uproarious laughter. Parents and special guests are invited to join us for our performance on Friday afternoon!

    Day One:  Proposals and script writing
    Day Two:  Edit & finalize script, characterizations, blocking
    Day Three:  Rehearsing; prop & costume creation
    Day Four:  Rehearsing; scenery creation
    Day Five:  Final rehearsals and the performance
  • Puppet Theater

    Ages 5 – 9
    August 1 – August 5
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Lyndhurst Campus

    Campers will have a blast creating a variety of puppets. From traditional fairy tale characters to brand new self-created characters, campers will make amazing pieces of art that can also be used to tell stories. Many different materials will be used to create characters of all shapes and sizes. Campers will also learn the art of storytelling using puppets. Each day campers will put on mini shows, re-telling famous children’s stories as well as performing camper written tales. This camp is perfect for the child that loves art and storytelling. It is also a wonderful opportunity for campers who may be shy on stage to develop confidence and a voice for performing.