Summer Camp Professional Actor Training (PAT) Schedule

Join Us After Camp for PATs, these classes offer a rotating theme, which focuses on different aspects of musical theatre. These classes are for actors 5-18, of all skill levels!

PATs are Monday-Friday, from 3:30 to 5:30 PM.
You do not need to be in camp to participate in a PAT

June 25-29
Active Improv with Kyleigh Archer:
Be the star of the story you want to tell with ensemble fun and collaboration. Through out the week, students will explore genres, build the plots through thinking-maps and improv sessions, and creating dialogue. This playwriting class does not have our young creators constrained to chairs, but has them acting, dancing, drawing, and working together to create new stories and utilizing literary skills.  

July 9-12
Self Care and Actor Prep with Anasofia Gallegos
8 shows a week in 7 days? How does that even work?
The schedule of a professional actor is incredibly demanding, so how do Broadway stars stay in tip-top mental, emotional and physical health so they can stay at peak performance 8 times a week? Join Anasofia, and learn self-care for the actor. In this class we will cover breathing and vocal exercises, yoga and stretching, the basis of meditation and journaling for the actor.

July 16-20
Audition & Performance Anxeity Prep with Riley Brack

July 23-27

July 30-August 3
The Wacky World of Puppetry with Kyleigh Archer
Explore with the magic of puppetry and even how to make your own! For the week students will learn how to put ideas onto paper, and then bring them to life working with a variety of materials both professional and recycled from the home. Students will focus on movement and improving scenes with others to bring their creations to life. Each class will focus 1-2 different kinds of puppetry.

August 6-10

August 13-17

August 20-24
Dance Intensive with Jaime Valencik

August 27-31
Audition Prep
Feeling nervous about that big audition?  This group lesson will alleviate that load of pre-audition stress by fully preparing the audition day material!  Students will learn how to research a role, get advice on picking monologues, gain confidence by performing pieces for peer-critique, and will leave class having mastered an audition-ready vocal selection.  

This class will be divided into two sections.  Class A (ages 5-10) will be held from 3:30 to 5:30pm and Class B (ages 11 and up) will be from 6pm to 8pm.

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