Summer Camp (3rd-12th grade)
Registration begins January 2, 2019
Summer Theatre School Registration Form and drop them off or mail them in.
Students are divided into grade levels to develop skills in acting, improvisation, rehearsal techniques, voice and diction, communication, character development, creative thinking, play making, dance, movement and much more.
Wednesdays are special elective days. Our capable staff or other cool people from the community teach classes such as stage combat, theatre sports, costume hat making, sidewalk chalk, lighting, theatre tech and other fun happenings. Wednesday elective priorities are on a first full paid registered basis.
Orientation – July 9th
Orientation will be held at 8:30 Monday morning the 9th
Daily Schedule – July 9th-20th
Orientation (July 9 only) 8:30 a.m.
Rehearsal – 9:00-11:45
Lunch – 11:45-12:30
Classes – 12:30-5:00
Farewell Dance – July 20th
Final Performance – July 21st
9:00 am & 11:00 am
1:30 pm & 3:30 pm
$375.00 3-12th in one lump sum payment online
$400.00 if making a $35.00 “hold my spot” payment –call the box office to make arrangements for this method of payment. 442-4270. Final payments are due May 1st.
OTHER CAMP OPTIONS
Summer Theatre School FAQ's
- mini-camps are $20.00 a day or $80.00 for 5 days
- 3rd-12th grades $370.00 if made in one lump sum
- 3-12th grades $395.00 if making payments
- Full tuition payment will assign you a number for signing up for special electives
- K-2nd grades $270.00 if made in one lump sum
- K-2nd grades $295.00 if making payments
- Classes in a variety of performing arts
- T-Shirt (MUST be worn for all classes and related activities)
- Tickets to a Brewers Baseball game
- A dance on the final Saturday
- Two Tickets to the final performance
Space limitations require some classes to be held at other locations. At least one faculty member accompanies students between locations. Students are expected to stay with a group. Attendance is taken at the beginning of each class.
There is a 45 minute lunch break at 11:30. Everyone provides their own lunch or buys it on the walking mall for about $5.00. We eat at Constitution Park.
Instructors all have training and/or degrees in theatre. Some are Grandstreet staff or former students attending universities across the country. Others are professional actors or theatre professionals from around the country.
There is a final showcase performance at the end of the session. Each student will receive two tickets so they can show family or friends what they have learned. They will perform twice. Performances are on the final Saturday at either 9:30 am & 11:30 am or 2:00 pm & 4:00 pm. (if a student has a conflict with early or late performance, please note on registration!)
Before June 15th you can get all of your money back except the $50.00 non-refundable deposit.
After June 15th there are no refunds.
Yes, we have a limited amount of need-based financial aid. The details and form are available here.