Showbiz Kids

Ages 3 to 5

CAMPS & THEMES

All Camps: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm
Ages 3 to 5

This camp has been specifically designed for our younger students to experience the magic of the arts through singing, movement, dramatic play, and special theatre craft projects.

Last Day Demonstrations will be 11:30am-12:00pm
See below for a detailed day!

*Please note: camps are closed to parents/guardians/visitors

Session A: June 13-17 | What A Winner! | $260.00
Plays and musicals based on best-selling books

Register: Session A

Session B: June 20-July 1 | You’re An Original, Baby! | $420.00
Plays and Musicals based on original ideas turned into unique stories

Register: Session B

Session C: July 11-22 | Red Carpet, please | $420.00
Plays and musicals from movies

Register: Session C

Session D: July 25-August 5 | Makin’ History | $420.00
Plays and Musicals referenced from history

Register: Session D

What the day consists of:

9:00-9:50am – Acting – throughout the camp session the students will learn about projection, diction, improvisation, story building, what blocking is, taking direction, building characters, memorization, and focus.  These are taught through theatre games, exercises, scripts to take home, and scene work.

10:00-10:45am – Dance – Students are taught balance, coordination, spatial -awareness, and dance steps.  Each day students work on learning proper dance technique through musical theatre dance.  Games and activities help teach the student ballet, jazz, dance vocabulary, and steps.

10:45-11:00am – Break with the teacher 

11:00-11:30am – Singing – A young voice is a developing muscle; we take extra care to not overwork their vocal chords.  During their singing class each student will learn how to correctly breathe while supporting their voice.  Pitch is taught through vocal exercises, as well as basic placement.  Songs will be taught according to session theme.

11:30-12:00pm – Prop/Costume/Scenic Craft Building – Each session has a different theme.  Throughout the session students will work with the teacher to build some of their props, set, and character needs as pertaining to the shows chosen.

What to Bring & Wear:

  • Comfortable clothing your child can move/dance in!
  • Closed-toe shoes, sneakers are best!
  • A small lunch and water bottle, labeled with their name (make sure food does not need to be refrigerated or microwaved)