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ADVENTURES IN ACTING! SUMMER THEATRE CAMP for Kids 7-12

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/community_calendar/item/adventures_in_acting_summer_theatre_camp_for_kids_7-12

“One of the best in the country!” raves Daily Variety – a spectacular all-day theatre camp where young people make friends, expand their imagination and have fun as they act, sing, dance, play theatre games, and work with costumes and make-up, lighting and sound, sets and props, to help create an awesome fully staged original musical production written just for them. The extremely popular Summer Theatre Camp Play Production Adventure at Santa Monica Playhouse, now celebrating its 53rd anniversary, offers two stimulating sessions for eager young thespians ages 7 to 12.  “Every child performs! Every child is featured! Every child is challenged to be the best they can be!” says theatre artist and Playhouse Director of Education Serena Dolinsky. “Young people explore all aspects of theatre, helping create a fabulous theatre piece they perform at the end of each session.” The internationally acclaimed Playhouse process combines the excitement of working as a team, the power of a world-renowned teaching theatre, and the joy and fulfillment of a stress-free, arts-oriented environment in which working actors share their love of the craft with young people in all stages of development. “Our daughter learned more about drama in one week with SMP than in all the productions she’s ever done – put together. We’re absolutely ecstatic!” says educator and workshop mom J. Dohr. Classes meet Mon – Fri, 9 to 3. The two-week session meets June 17-28. The three-week session meets July 22-August 9. Aftercare is available. Playhouse conservatory alumni include Kate Hudson, Zooey Deschanel, Emily Deschanel, Jason Ritter, Jason Segel, Obi Ndefo, Shana Feste, Rina Mimoun, Newark Superintendent of Schools Cami Anderson and Maroon 5’s Mickey Madden, who calls the program “Great in so many ways!”

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