Occidental Children’s Theater registration open for the Summer Institute of Fun
Occidental Children’s Theater wants you to know that registration is open for the Summer Institute of Fun at Keck Theater.
WHAT IS THE SUMMER INSTITUTE OF FUN?
The Summer Institute of Fun is a fun-filled acting camp for kids. If you’ve seen any of our Children’s Theater performances, then you know we teach dynamic movement-based physical theater where children learn not only how to perform characters in a story, but how to become the actual set and props as well. Each week will conclude with a folktale performed by the children and you’re invited!
WHEN IS THE SUMMER INSTITUTE OF FUN?
Our four 1-week sessions begin July 10. Morning sessions are for children 6-8 years old and the first three afternoon sessions are for older children, 8-13 years old. Our final afternoon session is a special one for 11-15 year olds.
- July 10-14, 2017
- July 17-21, 2017
- July 24-28, 2017
- July 31-August 4, 2017
Morning sessions run from 9am to 11:30am with mat time until 12:15pm and afternoon sessions run from 1pm to 4pm with mat time until 5:15pm. Mat time (extra time after class) gives you a little extra time to get here and is an opportunity for the students to practice what they’ve been learning in an informal, playful way through improvisational games based on their area of interest on that particular day.
WHERE IS THE CAMP?
All sessions are indoors in the air conditioned Keck Theater.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Easy, just register online or, if you prefer, you can call ext. 2771 and sign up over the phone.
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