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SUMMER 2019 CAMPS & CLASSES

Come join the fun at Spotlight Theatre Studio!

No matter which camp or class you choose, you'll learn fundamental performance techniques and hone your skills

in a creative and supportive environment led by experienced, passionate instructors.

 

All  camps & classes will be held in the 1921 Building on the second floor.

601 4th Street, Brookings, SD 57006.

 

Theatre Arts I

Completed Grades K-2 | $110

Tuesdays | 12:00-12:55 pm | June 11-July 30

 

As the foundational course for Spotlight Theatre Studio, this class will introduce your budding thespian to all things theatre! We will learn fun theatre basics while playing games and building confidence. On the final day of class, we will present a short performance to show parents what we have learned. This class is perfect for young artists who love to perform!

 

Instructor: Ellie Livingston

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Theatre Arts II | musical theatre

Completed Grades 3-6 | $110

Tuesdays | 1:00-1:55 pm | June 4-July 30


Whether your child has already caught the acting bug or is simply curious about exploring theatre, this class will introduce students to acting basics and musical theatre. Students will gain skills through singing, dancing, monologues, and group scenes. On the final day of class, we will showcase what we have learned in a short performance. This class is perfect for either beginning or intermediate actors.

 

Instructor: Ellie Livingston

 

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Shakespeare Camp Session 1:

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Completed Grades 3-9 | $120

M-Th | 10:00 am-noon | June 3-6 & 10-13

Do you want to perform one of the world’s best-known plays? Do you want to learn the basics of stage combat? Do you want to wear awesome costumes? Then join us this summer, and discover the fun of learning to understand the language and stories of William Shakespeare! Students will develop acting skills, working as individuals and as an ensemble. On the final day of class, we will showcase what we have learned in a short performance. This class is perfect for either beginning or intermediate actors.


Instructors: Julie Abraham & Laura Hummel

 

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Shakespeare Camp Session 2:

Romeo & Juliet

Completed Grades 3-9 | $120

M-Th | 10:00 am-noon | June 17-20 & 24-27

Do you want to perform one of the world’s best-known plays? Do you want to learn the basics of stage combat? Do you want to wear awesome costumes? Then join us this summer, and discover the fun of learning to understand the language and stories of William Shakespeare! Students will develop acting skills, working as individuals and as an ensemble. On the final day of class, we will showcase what we have learned in a short performance. This class is perfect for either beginning or intermediate actors.


Instructors: Julie Abraham & Laura Hummel

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Download the Liability Waiver HERE.

Musical Theatre Camp

Pirates: The Musical!

Ages 9-14 | Grades 4-9 | $120

Mon-Th | July 8-August 1 | 9:00 am-noon

"We're off to sail the rollicking sea, pirates all are we!" But ARRRR, and shiver me timbers! There's a stowaway on board! Perhaps the King of the High "Cs" will know what to do. Join this salty crew of colorful scallywags when Bluebeard, Yellowbeard, Whitebeard, Purplebeard (well, you get the picture), along with the No Beards hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail for a mighty adventure! Students will present a full-scale musical on the final day. This theatre camp is perfect for either beginning or intermediate actors.

 

AUDITIONS: June 12 & 19 | 1:00-2:00 pm

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Missoula Children's Theatre

Peter & Wendy

Ages 6-18 | Grades 1-12 

August 12-17 | 10:00 am-noon & 12:15-2:15 pm

When Captain Hook sends his right-hand man, Smee, on a quest to capture Peter Pan, it’s seemingly business as usual…at first. Little does Hook realize what fantastic adventures await him and his pirate posse in their search for the elusive Peter Pan. Mistaken identities, ever-morphing clouds, a classy crocodile, some very lost boys, and a fickle shadow all add to the mayhem. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Darling embark on a quest of their own and find themselves trekking everywhere from Hawaii to the North Pole in search of their three missing children. With help from the earth-friendly Neverlanders, exotic Neverland creatures, and faithful Tinker Bell, the Darling children are found, disputes are ultimately resolved, and everyone – including Captain Hook – finds a place where they truly belong. 

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