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WTC 2018 Summer Theatre Camps





DR. SEUSS IS IN THE HOUSE!
July 9 - 13 @ 10:00 AM - Noon (For Children Entering 1st – 2nd Grades
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

IMPROV TROUPE MADNESS
July 9 - 13 @ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 12th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

SCENE IT
July 16 - 20 @ 9:30 AM - Noon (For Children Entering 3rd – 6th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

COSTUME CHALLENGE SERIES
July 16 - 20 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 (For Children Entering 2nd – 5th grade)
Cost: *$95.00 / $115.00

COSTUMES FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE
July 16 - 20 @ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 12th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

*Discount pricing good until June 15th / Minimum enrollment must be reached or camp will be cancelled and refunds issued.

Child supervision between camps is NOT provided.

WTC will be open to students 15 minutes prior to the start of each camp.

For additional information contact Gayle MacLaren, WTC’s Executive Director
gayle@whitefishtheatreco.org
406-862-5371 ext 2

NOTE: All Teaching artists have degrees, certifications and/or extensive professional experience in their area of expertise!


DR. SEUSS is in the HOUSE!
For Children Entering 1st – 2nd Grade
July 9 - 13 from 10am to 12pm at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center


Come explore the wonderful, crazy, zany world of Dr. Seuss through movement, voice and physical theatre games! You provide the kid, we provide the FUN!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Maggie Garver Maggie studied theatre at Whitman College with a focus on improv comedy. She spent 16 years in Bozeman teaching theatre classes, starting a One Act play festival, and performing as a member of Broad Comedy. Maggie is excited to get involved with WTC!

 


IMPROV TROUPE MADNESS
For Children Entering 6th – 12th Grade
July 9 - 13 from 1pm to 3:30pm at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center


Learn how to make comic gold by going with what the audience and your troupe mates give you. No one said it’s easy, but it can be hilarious – verging on riotous!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Maggie Garver Maggie studied theatre at Whitman College with a focus on improv comedy. She spent 16 years in Bozeman teaching theatre classes, starting a One Act play festival, and performing as a member of Broad Comedy. Maggie is excited to get involved with WTC!

 


SCENE IT
For Children Entering 3rd, – 6th Grade
July 16 - 20 from 9:30am to 12pm at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center


An action packed class centered around how characters work within a scene and how the scene helps create the character! Great acting intensive... be ready to move, think and most importantly, CREATE!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Kim Krueger Kim started at Missoula Children’s Theatre as a tour actor/director and became the Tour Director, developing workshops and plays with children. She taught children’s acting in L.A. and has directed shows for Kalispell Middle School and Evergreen Jr. High for the past 7 years. Kim has been working in children’s theatre for over 20 years.

 


COSTUME CHALLENGE SERIES
For Children Entering 2nd, – 5th Grade
July 16 - 20 from 10am to 11:30pm at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center


Every day a new costume related challenge! We’ll train for the quick change relay races, learn mask making and take something from trash to treasure! Basic no-sew crafting or some hand sewing depending on student.
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Sarah Bell Sarah holds a BFA in Costume Design and Technology from the University of MT. She has worked for BalletMet in OH and at Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Sarah joined Agile Rascal Bicycle Touring Theatre which fuses her love of devising, designing and performing original work. Sarah is a costume designer at WTC.

 


COSTUMES FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE
For Children Entering 6th, – 12th Grade
July 16 - 20 from 1pm to 3:30pm at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center


Students will learn the costume design process, from script analysis and sketchbook concept to finished project! Basic machine sewing and crafting skills will bring your designs to life! Recommended that students bring sketch book or folder for handouts and keeping track of their creation progress!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Sarah Bell Sarah holds a BFA in Costume Design and Technology from the University of MT. She has worked for BalletMet in OH and at Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Sarah joined Agile Rascal Bicycle Touring Theatre which fuses her love of devising, designing and performing original work. Sarah is a costume designer at WTC.

 

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KETTLEHOUSE
May 7, 2018 @ 6PM
Performance Dates:
Oct. 18-21 & 25-27, 2018


Black Curtain Reader's Theatre Productions

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Grants provided by

I. A. O'Shaughnessey Foundation  Montana Arts Council  Whitefish Community Foundation  Montana Cultural Trust  WESTAF  National Endowment For The Arts  Dennis &Phyllis Washington Foundation