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Whitefish Theatre Company

1 Central Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937
406-862-5371
info@whitefishtheatreco.org



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WTC June Summer Theatre Camps

THE GREATEST SHOW!
June 21 - 25 (9:00 AM - 11:30 AM For Children Entering 5th – 12th Grade)
Cost: $100.00

PETER PAN AND THE NEVERLAND ADVENTURES
June 21 - 25 (9:00 AM - 11:30 PM (For Children Entering 1st – 3rd grade)
Cost: $100.00

BREAK OUT THE TOGAS!
June 21 - 25 (12:30 PM - 3:00 PM (For Children Entering 4th – 6th Grade)
Cost: $100.00

CREATIVE COSTUMING
June 21 - 25 (3:00 PM - 5:30 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 12th Grade)
Cost: $100.00

 

WTC July Summer Theatre Camps

IMPROV COMEDY
July 12 - 16 (9:00 AM - 11:30 AM For Children Entering 4th – 6th Grade)
(12:30 PM - 3:00 PM For Children Entering 7th – 12th Grade)

Cost: $100.00

IT'S A HARD KNOCK LIFE!
July 12 - 16 (12:00 PM - 2:30 PM (For Children Entering 1st – 4th grade)
Cost: $100.00

SET DESIGN: BASICS AND CREATION
July 12 - 16 (3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 12th Grade)
Cost: $100.00



  • WTC has the right to cancel a camp if there are too few participants.
  • Payment for each camp won’t be processed until the first day of camp.
  • The O’Shaughnessy Center will open 15 mins. before the start of each camp.
  • All campers should bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothing and shoes they can move and dance in.
  • WTC will follow all COVID-19 safety regulations put forth by the City of Whitefish.
  • For more information, contact Kim Krueger at 406.862.5371 or at kim@whitefishtheatreco.org


THE GREATEST SHOW!
June 21 - 25
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM for Children Entering 5th – 12th Grade
at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

THE GREATEST SHOW!

Be a star! Campers will learn jazz, hip-hop and musical theatre-style choreography to the hit showThe Greatest Showman while working on technique, expressiveness, and musical interpretation.

Camp culminates in a high energy performance for friends and family on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Alyssa Morales Alyssa hails from Arlington, TX and graduated from Sam Houston State Univ. with a BFA in Dance. She enjoyed working with the talented youth of WTC’s camp program last year and is excited to return for another summer of dancing, choreography, and fun!

 


PETER PAN AND THE NEVERLAND ADVENTURES!
June 21 - 25
9:00 AM to 11:30 PM for Children Entering 1st – 3rd Grade

at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

PETER PAN AND THE NEVERLAND ADVENTURES!

Pirates and Mermaids and Fairies, oh my! Participants will create their own Neverland adventure by building a play from the ground up, creating characters, a script, and costumes in one fun and exciting week.

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Kim Krueger Kim, Artistic Director for WTC, holds a BFA in Theatre from the U of ID and has enjoyed working with kids for over 25 years! She has worked at Missoula Children’s Theatre, taught children’s acting in L.A., and directed shows at Evergreen and Kalispell Middle Schools.

 


BREAK OUT THE TOGAS!
June 21 - 25
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM for Children Entering 4th, – 6th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

BREAK OUT THE TOGAS!

Participants will do intense scene study and character work by acting out hilarious scripts based on stories in Greek Mythology.

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Kim Krueger Kim, Artistic Director for WTC, holds a BFA in Theatre from the U of ID and has enjoyed working with kids for over 25 years! She has worked at Missoula Children’s Theatre, taught children’s acting in L.A., and directed shows at Evergreen and Kalispell Middle Schools.

 


CREATIVE COSTUMING!
June 21 - 25
3:00 PM to 5:30 PM for Children Entering 6th, – 12th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

CREATIVE COSTUMING!

Learn hand sewing and sewing machine techniques used in the creation of costumes and accessories! Participants will create a small portfolio of technique samples that culminate in the creatrion of one fantastic costume piece

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Sarah Bell Sarah, WTC's Costume Designer since 2017, graduated from the U of MT in 2011 with a BFA in Costume Design and Technology. She has worked at BalletMet in Columbus, OH, Fort Peck Summer Theatre, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatres, and Bigfork Summer Playhouse.

 


IMPROV COMEDY!
July 12 - 16
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM for Children Entering 4th – 6th Grade
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM for Children Entering 7th – 12th Grade
at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

IMPROV COMEDY!

Learn how to think on your feet and think as a team in Improv Comedy! We will focus on the improv fundamentals: trusting your instincts, saying yes to your terammates, and fully committing to whatever hilarious scenes and characters you come up with. Laughter guaranteed!

Camp culminates in a high energy performance for friends and family on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Maggie Garver Maggie studied theatre at Whitman College with a focus on improv comedy. She spent 16 years in Bozeman teaching theatre, starting a One Act play festival, and performing as a member of Broad Comedy. Maggie is excited to return to WTC's camp program!

 


IT'S A HARD KNOCK LIFE!
July 12 - 16
12:00 PM to 2:30 PM for Children Entering 1st – 4th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

IT'S A HARD KNOCK LIFE!

Move, groove, and grab a broom! Campers will learn how to use dance to tell a story, while learning exciting and fun choreography from the popular show Annie!

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Alyssa Morales Alyssa hails from Arlington, TX and graduated from Sam Houston State Univ. with a BFA in Dance. She enjoyed working with the talented youth of WTC’s camp program last year and is excited to return for another summer of dancing, choreography, and fun!

 


SET DESIGN: BASICS AND CREATION
July 12 - 16
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM for Children Entering 6th, – 12th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the I. A. O’Shaughnessy Center

SET DESIGN: BASICS AND CREATION

While this camp begins with basics of set design - color theory, basic theatre tech vocabulary, and actor placement - campers expand their skills through the week with set scale models and designing a set for a play of their choice! Come explore your creative visions!

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

Teaching Artist:
Tori Lawrence Tori, raised neay NYC, has nearly 8 years of theatre and technical theatre experience. When not on stage or behind the scenes with WTC she works with students at Fair-Mont-Eagan Elementary in Kalispell where she works as an aide and a Volleyball coach.

 


 

 

 


Grants provided by

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