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Theatre Arts Performance Camp

Two Weeks: $950
Ages: 10-14 | Lunch (Optional): $50/week

About

About This Camp

This two-week workshop, is designed for middle school students aged 10-14 who want to pursue their passion for theatre, build practical acting skills and learn how a musical show is produced and performed.

Students will participate in workshops and games to develop their acting and dance, musicianship, stage movement and voice skills.  Then students will work as an ensemble to produce an adapted junior version of a Broadway musical.  Experience all the components of a musical production, from audition through rehearsal process, blocking, tech runs, costuming and set production.  The camp will conclude with the performance of the play on Friday June 28th.

This camp is directed by experienced teachers with professional theatre experience.  Participants can expect to learn and have fun in a safe, creative environment where they can take risks, gain confidence and experience.

Camp open to boys and girls ages 10-14

Schedule

Camp Schedule

Session One (Two Weeks)

Monday - Friday | June 17-28, 2019

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Full Day: Monday - Friday | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Instructor(s)

Julianne Bretan

jbretan@sandomenico.org

Julianne Bretan has been teaching at San Domenico for three years. Currently, she teaches middle school History and is the coach of the Speech Team and Theater Club. She is an award-winning actress in North Bay, most recently performing with The Mountain Play, Marin Musical Theatre Company and Novato Theater Company.


Claire Neuner

cneuner@sandomenico.org

Claire Neuner currently serves as the Middle School Dean of Learning Support. She studied Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas where she worked on several productions both on-stage and back-stage. She has experience teaching theatre, speech and debate, and has worked professionally in theatre education, stage management and costuming.