Theater Magic! Two-week Theater Camp for Kids in Grades 3-12
Tuesday, July 21 2020 @ 9:00 am
Time to plan ahead for the LCCC’s third annual children’s theater workshop: “Theater Magic! Tales From Around the World.” Once again, the experience will be filled with fun, challenge and rewards for participating students. This year’s play is filled with wacky characters derived from a variety of traditional folk tales. Under careful direction, students will build their acting skills by participating in daily theater games, warm up exercises and rehearsals specific to the script. Throughout the two weeks, they will learn to use voice, body language, improvisation and mime skills to develop each character. There are rich and complex roles for the experienced students and delightful roles for the beginner. Everyone gets a speaking part and rehearsals build on critical thinking and cooperative problem solving, as characters develop and actors form friendships. Students will also be involved in negotiating props and creating set pieces. The workshop culminates in a polished performance on stage at The Lincoln City Cultural Center, guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages.
The group will meet at the Lincoln City Cultural Center from 9 am to 11 am Monday through Friday, July 20-24 and July 27-31, and for the final public performance on Friday, July 31. Registration fee is $100 per student. Forms will be available at the LCCC starting on April 1.
Limited financial aid is available, to inquire contact the directors at email@example.com.
Kaline Klaas has worked with hundreds of children in playful and creative theater workshops in public and private schools and has directed over 50 children’s plays. She was the Director of Let There Be Arts and currently teaches drama a St. James Santiago School in Lincoln City.
Julie Fiedler is an artist, teacher, script-writer and administrator. She has worked with hundreds of children in schools and summer arts camps for many years. She is a delightfully creative face painter and can be found designing colorful masterpieces on children’s faces throughout the summer months at the Lincoln City Farmer’s Market. She is currently the Director of St. James Santiago School.