Starting June 17, WaterTower Theatre’s fun-filled Summer Conservatory will introduce 6-18 year-olds to others who share their love of acting, singing and dancing!
At the Summer Performing Arts Conservatory, kids go beyond the traditional idea of a summer camp with a unique, non-competitive, nurturing program that caters to students who want to immerse themselves in all aspects of theatre arts.
Photo from last year’s Summer Performing Arts Conservatory at Water Tower Theatre. (Photo courtesy of the WT Facebook page.)
Taught by highly skilled professionals, the classes offer an intimate classroom setting – guaranteeing each student receives the individual attention necessary to learn theatre skills as well as life skills: confidence, self-esteem and a love of creativity.
Classes for younger participants include acting, audition technique, dance, voice, and art. Older children will explore techniques in scene study, playwriting, Shakespeare, improvisation, stage make-up, musical theatre, dance, costume design, voice, audition technique, and film.
Each session culminates in a production for family and friends highlighting skills and techniques acquired during classes.
The two-week camp also includes students working on a production of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr.
Scholarships and payment plans are available to those that qualify.
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