Theater Camps, Shows

Posted: Monday, May 17, 2004

Sponsoring organization: The Alaska Children's Institute for the Performing Arts

Description: Students will learn basic set construction, acting skills, improvisation and elements of musical theater. The camp will conclude with a performance Aug. 1.

Ages: Students in fourth grade and up

Dates: July 19-30

Cost: $99 and is payable the first day of camp

Location: Nikiski High School auditorium

Phone: 283-6109 Joe and Paulene Rizzo

Sponsoring organization: Kenai Performers

Description: Up to four classes a day, five days a week will be offered. Among the topics are acting, Shake-speare, play writing, theater sports, storytelling, film, the actor on stage, mask making, scenic design, scenic painting, stage craft and radio drama.

The camp will go three weeks for younger campers and four weeks for older ones. Those in the musical production will rehearse for seven weeks. Campers need not be in the musical to take classes.

Classes will be taught by those involved in local theater and college theater grads. Carol Ford will direct the musical.

Ages: Students in first through sixth grades (three-week camp); students in sixth through 12th grades (four-week camp)

Dates: Three-week camp June 28-July 16; four-week camp July 19-Aug. 13

Hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday (classes); 3 to 5:30 p.m. (rehearsals)

Cost: $25 per week per class for the first two classes; $10 per week per class for the third and fourth classes

Location: Aurora Borealis School and Old Town Playhouse in Kenai

Phone: 776-8308

E-mail: whoville@pobox.alaska.net

Web site: www.kenaiperformers.org

Other: Registration forms available at Charlotte's in Kenai and River City Books in Soldotna.

Sponsoring organization: Bridges Community Resource Network Inc.

Description: Sterling Summer Youth Theater's workshop-style classes will provide hands-on learning experiences in the areas of acting, directing, set design and construction, costume design and construction, and playwriting. A play will be performed for the community at the end of July.

Ages: 8-16

Dates: May-July, two days per week

Hours: TBA

Cost: Free, but space is limited

Location: Sterling Community Club, next to Sterling Elementary School

Phone: 260-7446 Maggie Tappana or Sylvana Szczesny at Sterling Head Start

E-mail: mattesonm@hotmail.com or sylvana@ureach.com



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