At the end of all of these classes, students will have the chance to perform in presentations, performances and even full productions.
Winter Theatre School: January 10 - April 8, 2017
Summer Camps: July 4 - August 18, 2017 (week-long camps)
July 31 - August 11 (two week camp)
As a member of this acting skills class, you will study classical and contemporary performance techniques with professional actors and directors. Learn the essential elements of good performance through a two-week intensive, culminating in a final showcase for the public.
July 31-August 11 (two week camp)
Lighting, sound, set, and costume design is what this camp is all about. Members of this camp will work on designing and creating the technical elements of the Summer Company performance. Immerse yourself in the backstage world of tech.
July 4-14 $525
July 10-21 $550
What's more fun than Musical Theatre? Ok, maybe Disneyland - maybe. But beyond that, for those who love to sing, dance, and act, Boradway Bound is the place to be this summer! Learn important vocal, movement, and acting skills while singing songs from your favourite musicals, and finally creating an original musical from your own life-stories!
Improv leads to all things amazing! Comedy, physical theatre and game-playing! Learn new drama skills, become a creative genius, follow your impulses and make life-long friends! Say what you feel, mean what you say. Simply by playing improv. That's right. Improv.
This in-depth performance camp will train you to fully bring a role to life on stage. You will collaborate with your classmates to put together a piece of theatre that utilizes all your skills and talents.
Thursdays 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
Improvisation forms the basis of any good theatre training. It teaches performers to be spontaneous, listen, and make bold, creative choices. It leads to creative, original scenes through game-playing in an incredibly supportive group atmosphere. Make life-long friends while you learn amazing theatre skills!
Tuesdays 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In this full year ensemble young performers develop the essential skills of theatre at a more advanced level: Ensemble story-creation, playwriting, script interpretation, movement and body technique, and essential performance skills. In the latter half of the year you'll apply this learning to creation of a new play that will be presented to community groups around the city.