Performance Arts Summer Camp

 

6th Annual Performance Arts Summer Camp is a wrap!

E-mail Laurie to get on the list for 2020

A different kind of performing arts camp

Six summers ago, we set out to create a performing arts camp that emphasized community and ensemble rather than competition–something affordable, flexible and accessible to all families and schedules. In the two weeks campers are with us, we build a one act musical while learning about all parts of the theatre. Campers work together to create costumes, paint and design a set, and form characters. In the end, they will leave with new found skills in performance, musical ability, and socialization. We can’t wait to see you this summer!

Dates TBD
9:00AM – 3:00PM weekdays

For: rising 5th through rising 9th

Fee: $270 for the full two weeks

 

This year’s theme?

TBD

Last year we explored Back Stage Broadway. What will it be in 2020?!

 

Mission statement:

The Tredyffrin Township Libraries’ performance arts summer camp, first and foremost, seeks to cultivate performance arts skills, including confidence, in all participants. The program simultaneously provides Conestoga graduates, currently pursuing degrees in performance arts, with summer employment. Furthermore, these positions  as experienced educators in their field of study help their community.

Vision Statement:

Our vision is a performance arts camp where locally educated students foster and deepen the next generation’s knowledge and enjoyment of the performance arts.

Sign up early. The limited spots will go fast!

To save your spot, contact Laurie Doan 610.688.7092 x 200 or at ldoan@ccls.org

About our 2020 Counselors:

Max Mooney
Max Mooney returns for the second year as teaching artist this season. Max is currently studying directing at NYU Tisch, Playwrights Horizons Theatre Studio. He is excited for a second year of working with the campers!

 

 

 

Zoe Pratt

Zoe is a rising sophomore at Denison University right outside of Columbus, Ohio. She is a Data Analytics major with a French minor and is also a very active member of their theater and music departments!

 

 

 

Maria Terese Dell’Orefice

Maria graduated from Baylor University in Waco, TX in May 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in piano performance. She will be attending Temple University in the fall for her master’s in piano performance while freelancing around Philadelphia on both piano and violin.

 

 

 

Our counselors hope to spread their love for music and theatre to the campers. It will be a safe, fun and enjoyable experience for all.

For registration:

Laurie Doan

Ldoan@ccls.org
610.688.7092 x 200