Professional Theater Summer Camp for kids 10-14 (Manhattan W 30th Street)
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Urban Stages Theatre Company ("Ah, My Dear Andersen", "The Snow Queen")
announces its second Annual Summer Theatre Camp for kids.
Spend the summer creating your own theatre piece, to be presented onstage at Urban Stages Theatre!
From July 5th through August 4th, kids age 10-14 will act, sing, dance, do mime, and write and perform their own play at our theatre, 259 West 30th Street, New York.
With only up to 15 students in the camp, 5 teachers, 3 teaching assistants, and 5 weeks -- our students are showered with personal attention from the some of the leading American theatre teaching artists, virtually all of whom have worked as performers on Broadway and teach in our acclaimed theatre outreach program.
Tuition for the five-week program is only $1,800, thanks to the generous support from the P.J. Sharp Foundation (that's only $360 per week).
Words from a proud parent Nancy Pelosi to Urban Stagesí Summer Theatre Camp 2005: "We just watched the video of the production from August and it brought tears to my eyes again. What was accomplished in such a short period of time was overwhelming. The last part with the song and signing was very special and emotional. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for your support and in helping to make the theatre camp happen." This program is a perfect way to spend the summer, make new friends, and develop a lifelong love of the arts.
GOALS OF PROGRAM:
* To provide fun, engaging, creative learning experiences.
* To help develop self-esteem and respect for peers.
* To encourage young people to interact and relate with others in a safe,
* To expand students' ideas of what art is and can be.
* To help to build a lifelong love of the arts.
* To provide an understanding of the roles necessary to mount a theatrical
To apply, please contact us at 212-421-1380, email: email@example.com; or visit www.urbanstages.org for more information.
ABOUT URBAN STAGES:
An award-winning Off-Broadway drama theatre with more than 20 years of experience bringing the New York cultural community, Urban Stages is dedicated to discovering and nurturing exceptionaln new plays. You might remember us by our recent productions of "Ah, My Dear Andersen" and "The Snow Queen". Our actors, directors, and writers have gone from our stages to Broadway, regional theatres, televisions and films. Our Urban Stages Outreach Program, now in its 15th year, produces over 450 programs a year in the public libraries, all of which are taught by professional theatre artists.
URBAN STAGES THEATRE
Located at 259 W. 30th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, Urban Stages is a 75-seat theatre - an intimate, charming space with air-conditioning and excellent technical capabilities.
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Frances Hill, Artistic Director; Sonia Kozlova, Managing Director; Lori Laster, Program Director; Stanton Wood, Development Director