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Ages 6-13…varies by camp. LGYT Performance Day Camps develop acting, singing and dancing skills. Students participate in daily workshops in the three disciplines of musical theatre, as well as participate in games and activities. All camps culminate in a a full-scale musical with costumes, sets and props.
All 2020 Performance camps will be held 9am-3pm at Blossom Hill Elementary School. Campers bring their own lunch & snack; wear comfortable clothing and closed-toed shoes.
- Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Jr. – Ages 7-10, June 8-19, 2020
- Once on this Island Jr.– Ages 10-13, June 8-26, 2020
- Peter Pan Jr. – Ages 6-13, July 6-17, 2020
Ages 7-12. LGYT Workshop Day Camps develop acting, singing and dancing skills. Students will participate in daily workshops in the three disciplines of musical theatre: acting, dance and voice, as well as participate in games and activities. See details about each week’s Workshop Camp theme below.
All 2020 themed workshop camps will be held 9am-3pm at Blossom Hill Elementary School. Campers bring their own lunch & snack; wear comfortable clothing and closed-toed shoes. Ages 7-12.
Study the Golden Age of musical theatre! Participate in group numbers from shows such as: Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, and Lil Abner. Students will get a brief history, play theatre games and participate in ensemble building activities.
Learn how to prepare your own audition! Participate in singing, acting, and dancing to become a “triple threat”. Practice fun songs surrounding the theme of the auditions. Create your own resume and have a current headshot taken. Students will prepare a two minute audition complete with 16 bars of music and a monologue. They will learn how to walk confidently into the room, slate their information, and present their pieces to an audition panel.
Dance hip-hop routines through the decades from “Hammer-time” (1980’s) to Beyonce. Learn the evolution of the form, how to “pop and lock” with style, and create your own dance. Participate in acting, singing, and theatre games as well.
Learn to develop a character from scratch through song, dance, and movement. Choose a monologue and use body, voice, facts and fictional evidence from text to develop your creation. Students will choose one character to work on all week and will understand the creative process by the time the week is complete.
Participate in the biggest production numbers from your favorite animated movie musicals. Get ready for a fun-filled week of bringing to life beloved cartoon characters through singing, dancing, and acting. Students will also play theatre games and participate in other activities.