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Summer theatre camp for island kids

May 4, 2013 · Updated 4:31 PM
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Orcas Center's 2013 Summer Theater Camp will run from June 24 to 29, with a performance on June 29 on Center Stage. / Contributed photo

Start making plans for your little performers.

Orcas Center's 2013 Summer Theater Camp will run from June 24 to 29, with a performance on June 29 on Center Stage.

Taught by Grace McCune and Jake Perrine, Theater Camp is a full week, 9:30 am. to 3:30 p.m., intensive immersion into acting, costumes, creativity and performance – with some music and choreography added in for those who would like the additional challenge of singing and dancing.

All the costumes and props are ready for youthful actors to bring to life. They have 15 openings for children ages eight to 13. Summer Theater Camp tuition is $175.

At Orcas Center Summer Theater Camp anything is possible, say organizers.

Imagine a magical garden, a singer in a donkey head, a Puckish mischief maker, life size cardboard puppets, fairies flitting about, and you’ve got Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night's Dream” from a kid’s perspective.

Theater Camp will include creative exploration such as theatre games with Perrine, painting creatures for the stage/garden, learning songs with McCune, playing musical instruments, and everyone will have lines to say in the final performance on Center Stage.

Enrollment is at www.orcascenter.org and at the box office and through Parks and Rec website, http://orcasparkandrec.org/.

For more information about the camp, contact Sparks at 376-2281 ext. 2 or email sparks@orcascenter.org

 


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