Performing Arts Camps

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  • Music Theater Camp

    Ages 7 - 11
    July 27 - July 31
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    The Summer Music Theatre Camp provides campers the opportunity to participate in an exciting musical experience. Campers will enjoy an intensive week of musical training including individual and group vocal coaching, basic dance movement, audition technique, and stage experience. On Friday afternoon, parents, friends, and family are invited to attend a special performance in the Chapel showcasing each of the participants.
  • From the Booth to the Field: Sports Broadcasting

    Ages 10 - 14
    August 3 - August 7
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $350

    Calling all sports enthusiasts! Have you ever dreamed of doing play-by-play or reporting from down on the field of a professional sporting event? Have you ever watched “Pardon the Interruption” or listened to sports talk radio and had an opinion you wanted to share? This week-long Passport camp will give young sports enthusiasts the chance to learn play-by-play skills, develop a unique radio/TV show, and conduct interviews.
  • Band Camp: Music from the “Silver Screen” and More!

    Ages 11 - 14
    August 3 - August 7
    9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $175

    If you would like to play tunes from movies and other popular pieces, please join us for a fun week of music making! We will rehearse various pieces, watch movie clips, and explore how music enhances the movie watching experience. Band members will perform a short concert at the end of the week and receive an audio recording of the concert. This camp is for students ages 11-14 who have studied woodwind, brass, or percussion instruments for two or more years. Participants must provide their own instruments with the exception of percussionists.
  • The One-Act One-Week Challenge

    Ages 9 – 14
    August 10 - August 14
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    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; rehearse; and finally, perform the show! During down times, students will engage in theater games to build confidence and performing skills as well as illicit 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 Performance
  • Puppet Theater

    Ages 5 – 9
    August 3 - August 7
    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Lyndhurst Campus
    $375

    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 story-telling 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 story-telling. It is also a wonderful opportunity for campers that may be shy on stage to develop confidence and a voice for performing.