Advice To The Players & Snapdragon Theatre Guild 2013 Shakespeare Drama Camps
Join us in July and August for an exciting journey into Shakespeare’s language, characters and plays. Our two and four week camps are theater experiences that immerse young people of all ages in the art and craft of acting, and the terms and techniques used to create Shakespeare’s plays.
- Theater games
- Outrageous fun
- Stage Combat & Clown
- Inspired silliness
- Movement and Dance
Our two-week camps end with a rousing performance of Shakespeare’s work adapted by our teaching artists and created by students for family and friends.
Come join us for some genuine summer fun, while immersing yourself in the most amazing language ever written in English.
Snapdragon Shakespeare Camp
Lead by Richard and Marion Posner
A two-week day camp for ages 8 to 12, running July 15-26, Monday – Friday, 9:00 -12:00; $195
Experience theater through the performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This introductory theater camp is back for its 12th year as it leads 8-12 year olds on an exciting journey into the fascinating world of Shakespeare and theater. Lots of fun, games, improvisation, and bringing Shakespeare’s colorful characters and plays to life on the stage.
Lead by Candace Clift
A two-week day camp for theater loving teens ages 12 to 15, running July 15-26, Monday – Friday, 9:00 -12:00; $195
Voice, movement & stage technique; Combat & Elizabethan Dance. Leads middle school aged students on a dynamic exploration of Shakespeare’s words, stories, and themes. Improv, clowning, text, and even some stage combat provide keys to theatrical adventure and summer fun.
Young Players Practicum
Lead by Mark Woollett and Candace Clift
A four-week program of professional theater for ages 13 & up, running July 22-August 18, afternoons, 1:00-5:00; $395
Advanced training and participation in our August production. Designed for young actors who want to explore new acting challenges and participate in a professional Shakespeare production. With limited enrollment, this four-week program kicks off with three afternoons of individualized, intensive acting training, followed by participation in our professional production of Much Ado About Nothing. Areas of instruction include monologue and/or scene study, stage voice development, text tools for examining Shakespeare’s verse, stage combat, clown and period dance and movement.
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