SUMMER THEATRE CAMP FOR KIDS!!
Opening Nite Theatre is excited to offer a children's summer acting day camp program for the 2022 summer season! Aspiring young actors will be take part in a 5-day theatre camp, which will start with an idea, end with an original show, and in between we'll explore a huge range of theatre arts along the way! Everything from creating characters, acting, movement, improv, set making, lights, music...got a talent? We'll use it! Wanna learn? We'll try it out! Then we'll take everything we've learned, and put together an exciting production for family and friends on the final day! Theatre experience is not a requirement for this camp.
Fees are $125 per camper, per session. There is limited registration, so call now to enroll!
Camps run Monday to Friday, 10am - 3pm. To register, phone - 604-814-3430 Email – email@example.com , or register via the form above.
This season, there will be two camp sessions offered:
Session 1 August 15-19 - “Morty's Magical Map! “Join the adventures of Morty as he discovers a magical map that can transport him and his friends anywhere! The plot is thick, and mysteries abound in their amazing travels! Ages 9 -12
Session 2 – August 22-26 Improv Comedy Camp! - In the style of “Whose Line is it Anyway” we'll explore hilarity in many improvisational styles! Ages 13- 16
Each camp will spend mornings doing theatre games, improv, and stage technique, then a break for lunch, followed by afternoons developing and rehearsing our original production for the end of the week. Hours run from 10am-3pm
Theatre Camp Director Jennie Bice has a B.A. Honours Degree In Dramatic Arts from the University of Windsor, with a strong background in theatre studies, improvisation, acting, dramaturgy, scenery, lighting, costumes, stage management and arts administration over the course of her career in many aspects of the arts. Past productions include eight years as Fairy Nice in Opening Nite Theatre's yearly Pantomime shows, seven years of acting, directing, technical directing, and musical directing with the Windsor Feminist Theatre, and three years acting with the Port Stanley Summer Theatre, and Leamington Theatre on the Dock. Her other qualifications include 15 years as a music camp facilitator.