Summer Camps

Come have a BEAUTIFUL summer with us!

Auditions for Summer Theatre session will be Wednesday MAY, 31st from 4-7pm and will include:

Sleeping Beauty Kids (ages 5-10)

Rehearsals begin: Wednesday, June 21st and will be Monday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm

Show Dates: July 7th, 8th, and 9th

No rehearsal on JULY 4th

The sleeping Disney princess and her fairy friends face off against the evil Maleficent and her horrible goons in this adaptation of the classic Disney animated film. Good will always triumph in the end!

Tuition: $225

Beauty and the Beast Jr. (ages 10-17)

Rehearsals begin: Wednesday, June 21st and will be Monday-Friday 12:30pm-4:30pm

Show Dates: July 14th, 15th, and 16th

No rehearsal on JULY 4th

The classic story tells of Belle, a free thinking girl from a small village, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. This story teaches us to look beyond first impressions.

Tuition: $225

Both of these shows offer MANY parts for both boys and girls. The age ranges are flexible and your child is welcome to participate in both productions if a longer day camp is needed. There will be a discount given to anyone whose child is in both shows. There are several parts in Beauty and the Beast Jr. that are suitable for younger children. Ask the front desk for more information or call 989-7100

Dance Camps

Parade Camp (ages 8+)

Monday, June 26th-Friday, June 30th from 10am-2pm

Kids will participate in this camp in preparation for dancing in the

Bangor/Brewer 4th of July Parade.

$100 for the week.

August Dance Camp (ages 6+)

Monday, August 7th—Friday, 11th from 10am-2pm

Two different styles of dance will be taught each day.

$100 for the week

 

Age ranges are flexible. If your child is interested in either/ both of these camps please call us at 989-7100 to sign up or for more information

Art Camp (ages 7+)

Monday, July 24th-Friday, July 28th from 9am-12pm

Young artists will create several pieces of art through a variety of media, exploring many ways of interpreting unique works of art. Using paint, clay, paper, wax, fabric, metal, etc., each finished piece of art will tell a story or show a side to the child’s personality. At the completion of this week, there will be an art exhibit for parents and family members to enjoy showcasing each child’s works done throughout the week!