2020-21 Camps

ONE WEEK WONDER CRAFT CAMPS!

9AM-4PM / MON-FRI / $150 A WEEK
8AM-8:30 AM BEFORE CARE ($10 A DAY)
AND 4-5PM AFTER CARE ($20 A DAY)
OR SIGN UP FOR THE WHOLE WEEK OF BEFORE AND AFTER CARE $50

Join us every week for excitingly fun crafts and activities! Crafts will include making slim, creating festive snow globes and galaxy jars, paper machete projects and much more! We’ll also have games, talent show performances and a movie afternoon every Friday!

For more information, please reach out to Cathy Randazzo Olsen.

We can’t wait to see you there!

Tuition is per week.  Space is limited!

CAMP DATES:

6/8 – 6/12 – WEEK ONE
6/15 – 6/19 – WEEK TWO
6/22- 6/26 – WEEK THREE
6/29 – 7/3 – WEEK FOUR
7/6 – 7/10 – WEEK FIVE
7/13 – 7/17 – WEEK SIX
7/20 – 7/24 – WEEK SEVEN
7/27 – 7/31 – WEEK EIGHT

*All sales are final

ONE WEEK WONDER THEATRE CAMP!

9AM-4PM / MON-FRI / $210 A WEEK
8AM-8:30 AM BEFORE CARE ($10 A DAY)
4PM-5PM AFTER CARE ($20 A DAY)
OR SIGN UP FOR THE WHOLE WEEK OF BEFORE AND AFTER CARE $50

OVERVIEW:
Join us for our famous one week wonder camps! Each week, campers will audition, rehearse and present a small one act play! They will also get an opportunity to learn improv games and excel in new acting techniques!

For more information, please reach out to Cathy Randazzo Olsen.

We can’t wait to see you there!

Tuition is every other week.  Space is limited!

CAMP DATES:

6/8- 6/12 – WEEK ONE


Death of a Dead Guy BY WILLIAM L. BOWMAN, JR.:
Collette, the ditzy but sneaky maid, finds the wealthy Reginald Bascombe III dead at his desk with a knife in his back.  Coincidentally, Pete Cannon, the meanest, roughest, toughest ace private eye, ear, and nose — throat comes extra — in the business, appears just as Bertram the butler discovers that all the phone cords have been cut.  A caricature of every 1940s tough-guy gumshoe to ever grace the pages of a dime novel, the bumbling detective is surprised to discover con artist Toots Doll Monahan on the scene masquerading as Reginald’s personal secretary.  With a heart of gold and a soft spot for Pete, they discover they make a pretty good team paired up to solve the mystery.  Much more a comedy than a mystery, your audience will “die laughing” at the variety of silly expressions from the corpse as he reacts to the investigation about his death.  In fact, he has the final word!

6/22 – 6/26 – WEEK TWO


Fortunes Read $1 BY KAMRON KLITGAARD:
An odd fortune teller has set up his or her table in a public square, and a steady stream of customers has the psychic offering visions of the future for just a buck apiece.  Dawn and her boyfriend Don ask about the results of a potentially career-changing phone call she’s about to get.  Don laughs off the seer’s fuzzy prediction as a con, but Dawn takes stock as it seems to come true just moments later!  As more visitors seek answers from the vague visionary, the questions and ambiguous answers pile up nearly as fast as the laughs. With extremely simple production needs that make it ideal for contests or classroom scene work, this hysterical one-act is also highly entertaining as it explores the lengths to which some people will go to hear what they want to hear.

7/6 – 7/10 – WEEK THREE

And Then There Was One (A Spoof) BY MICHAEL DRUCE:
This spoof of the famous stage mystery is all comedy, filled with hilarious sight gags and dialogue.  Ten people are brought together by mysterious invitation to the Reef Mansion on a tiny, isolated island.  Not one of them knows the host, who is nowhere to be found.  Still, he has left an ominous recording that bodes evil for the guests.  Like the chocolate soldiers that inexplicably disappear from the mantel one by one, the guests begin to die one by one.  Luckily, Inspector Miles is among the guests, but even he is stymied as to who the murderer could be.  As the guests begin to reappear in the final scene, we discover the farcical twist!  A great spoof, this delightful script that’s a cinch to costume and stage doesn’t miss any opportunity for lively comedy and humor.

7/20 – 7/24 – WEEK FOUR

You’re Driving Me Crazy!  BY TODD WALLINGER:
Most people have some funny stories about learning to drive, and driver’s ed seems to add to the absurdity of this rite of passage.  These four scenes take a hilarious look at the world of driver’s ed, especially from the instructor’s perspective. In them, we meet:  1) a nervous teacher who doesn’t seem to know the first thing about driving, 2) a teenage girl who brings some unexpected guests to her first driving class, 3) a teenage boy who’s forced to share a car with his temperamental ex-girlfriend, and 4) a teenage girl who can’t break away from her smartphone long enough to learn how to drive. You’ll love the unique structure of this piece, composed of four individual 10 minute plays, each standing alone yet related thematically.  Whether performed individually, making them perfect for talent shows and speech competitions, or together for an evening’s entertainment, you’re guaranteed miles of smiles and gallons of laughter.

*All sales are final

MUSICAL THEATRE CAMP!  

9A-4PM / MON-FRI / $420 FOR TWO WEEKS
8AM-8:30 AM BEFORE CARE ($10 A DAY) A
4PM- 5PM AFTER CARE ($20 A DAY)
OR SIGN UP FOR THE WHOLE WEEK OF BEFORE AND AFTER CARE $50

Join us for our new and exciting Musical Theatre Camp! Each session, campers will audition, rehearse and present a small musical or review! They will also get an opportunity to learn improv games and excel in new acting and singing techniques!

For more information, please reach out to Cathy Randazzo Olsen.

We can’t wait to see you there!

Tuition is every other two weeks.  Space is limited!

CAMP DATES:

6/8 – 6/19 – WEEK ONE
6/29 -7/10 – WEEK TWO
7/20- 7/31 – WEEK THREE

*All sales are final