Spring Break Camps

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Spring Break Camp is April 10- 14, 2017! On Sale Now!

 
Imagination Stage offers week-long Spring Break camps full of jam-packed days of acting, dance, creative drama, and filmmaking to enjoy during students’ days off of school (and help working parents while school is on break)! 
 
Spring Break Camps run from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. (with the exception of Early Childhood camps which run only from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) and cover a variety of topics in creative drama/acting, dance, and our popular theatre or dance samplers. Campers can register for a morning session, an afternoon session, or combine morning and afternoon sessions for a full-day experience! Please note: campers who are staying a full day should bring lunch with them to camp. Lunchtime is supervised. After Care is available at an additional cost until 6:00 p.m.
 
Ages 3.5-5
9:00AM-12:00PM
Join us as we explore the world of the ocean and the curious characters that live there. Dive into different stories about fish, sharks, pirates, and mermaids, and use your imagination to create an underwater world using dramatic play, music, movement, and visual art. 
 
Grades K-2
9:00AM-12:00PM
Our Theatre Sampler week is broken up into sections that introduce and help develop skills in a variety of theatre genres spanning work on the stage and off! Topics may include musical theatre, puppetry, acting, and visual art for the theatre.
 
9:00AM-12:00PM
The world of Broadway is explored using popular numbers from Broadway hit shows! Exploring a variety of music and shows, students grow their dance skills and their knowledge of musical theatre, while developing their performance skills through choreographed routines.
 
12:30PM-3:30PM
Students use popular stories as a springboard for fun theatre arts activities such as creating characters, prop design, and creative movement. Students explore basic performance skills, gain an understanding of character and environment, as well as develop personal confidence and the ability to work in a group.  
 
12:30PM-3:30PM
This high-energy dance camp uses fun and age-appropriate pop music to introduce children to the basic elements of rhythm and hip hop dance. Students learn hip hop movement including isolation, free style, and foot work, while learning high-energy routines and choreography.  
 
Grades 3-5
9:00AM-12:00PM
Our Theatre Sampler week is broken up into sections that span popular performance subjects that may include well known theatre subjects such as musical theatre or improvisation, but also introduce students to aspects of the profession they may not be as familiar with, such as clowning, directing, and production design.
 
9:00AM-12:00PM
Students learn hip hop movement including isolation, free style, and foot work while exploring the culture of hip hop dance. Dancers build technique, strength, and flexibility, while learning high-energy routines and choreography. 
 
12:30PM-3:30PM
This intensive, skill-based camp is designed to introduce young actors to techniques for creating sustainable and believable characters for the stage, and to help acting students who are further along in their process expand and build on the skills they have being developing. Actors participate in fun exercises and games as well as apply acquired skills to short scenes.
 
12:30PM-3:30PM
This dance camp explores popular numbers from Broadway hit shows! Students develop rhythmic awareness, while learning the basics of jazz dance. Advance your dance skills, while exploring different styles of choreography. 
 
Grades 5-8
9:00AM-4:00PM
Students interested in filmmaking work in a small, supervised group to take a short script from page to screen. Learning the basic concepts of pre-production and cinematography, students take a short script from the planning stages to production and editing process. Camp ends with a premiere screening of the final product.
 
9:00AM-4:00PM
Using exercises, scenes, and improvisation, students learn basic acting techniques and specific strategies for working in front of a camera. Then, they are cast as the actors for the short film being made by the crew of the Filmmaking camp. They experience the rigors and excitement of production as they travel on-location, in and around Imagination Stage, to shoot the movie (Wednesday). The week ends with a premiere screening of the final product.
 
 
 
 

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