Get out those camp tee shirts, it’s time for SUMMER CAMP to begin! We have a great line up of camps for 2013 that are sure to leave your toes tapping, your voice singing the high notes, and your kids having the best summer ever!
Develop acting and theatre skills with professional theatre artists in a safe, supportive, and fun learning atmosphere!Meet Our Summer Conservatory Faculty at www.get.org or by clicking here !
SESSION ONE: An Actor’s Life for Me
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m $465SESSION TWO: Triple Threat- Dance, Act, Sing June 17-28th 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m
CHARACTERS OF THE WATERSHED
Don’t miss this “hybrid-style” camp at the CHATTAHOOCHEE NATURE CENTER! Combining theatre and nature, your child will discover the creature characters in their own backyard.
This is the perfect camp for the the child who loves the great outdoors! In addition to theatre arts and nature exploration, your child will experience activities including canoeing, swimming, crafts, and more in this one-week camp!
Led by GET Teaching Artist John Doyle and a CNC Naturalist, your child will not want to miss Characters of the Watershed! June 17-21st 9:00 a.m- 2:00 p.m
Mash Up Musical Madness:
The Starving Recreations
Gear up for a GLEE-ful summer at GET ! Students will develop a musical theatre piece with an established story, today’s top hits, and Broadway’s best! Led by GET Teaching Artists Spencer Stephens and Stephanie LaubscherThe Starving Recreations: A Very Hungry Musical will be sure to leave you
hungry for more musical fun!July 8-12th
9:00 a.m- 4:00 p.m
THEATRE ARTS EXPLOSION
Grades Pre-K- 2nd
Creative Story Drama, Music & Movement and Visual Arts provide your child with an amazing introduction to theatre in this half-day camp. Lead Teachers include: Tara Chiusano, Andrew Crigler, and John Doyle.A Light in the Attic: Exploring the World of
Shel Silverstein June 24-28 9:30am-1pm $150
Fabulous Fables: July 8-12 9:30am-1pm $150
PERFORMANCE CAMP: Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.
We want to be a part of your world!
Spend two fun, intense weeks rehearsing and developing a show, culminating in two Public Performances. From audition to performance, your child will learn what it takes to put together an entire theatrical production. By rotating through production sessions (costume design, set design and construction, scenic painting, load-in and strike), students will not only see the on-stage roles that actors carry, but also the backstage roles designers have, all while having a great time putting on a play!Spots are limited, Call Today!
This camp is reserved for students who have previously taken