Kids on Film class. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Performing Arts Camp, grades 6-8

Thu, 2014-01-09 14:33 -- root
  • Students will work with Artistic Director of Theatre for Youth & Families, Rosemary Newcott and playwright Neeley Gossett  to help create a new play for middle school audiences, Alice Between, that will be produced next season at the Alliance Theatre! 
  • Rehearse and perform a showcase featuring all elements of theater
  • Develop your theater skills as you work with theater professionals
  • Work in an ensemble
  • Final showcase performance for friends and family at 3 p.m. on Friday

Tuition: $399
Maximum of 20 students.

Class Category: 
Spring Break Camp
Class level: 
Grades 6–8


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