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June 25, 2018
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Class runs Monday through Friday, June 25-29, 2018
Museum and Art Center Classroom #126
Moses Lake Museum & Art Center
401 S Balsam
Moses Lake Museum
$150.00 per person; Museum Members $135.00
Drama Camp 2018: The Wizard of Oz
Monday, June 25
Ages: 7 to 15 years old
Lead Instructor: Sabrina Haesche
Limit: 30 (20 minimum)
PRE-REGISTER by visiting https://apm.activecommunities.com/moseslake/Home or the Moses Lake Museum or the Parks & Recreation department.
What will the camper study?
-Drama Camp is the perfect solution for your child interested in “trying out” theatre.
-Drama Camp is a week-long drama camp concluding with student campers performing the play
The Wizard of Oz
for family and friends.
-Drama Camp teaches teamwork achieved by all student campers working together to perform the play as an Ensemble Cast as well as develop their individual dramatic skills.
-Drama Camp student campers will explore theatre through Story Telling, Character Work, Creative Movement, Art, Costuming, Improvisation, and Theatre Design.
-Drama Camp is designed for first time or beginning actors. All student campers will have a speaking role in the play. The week includes auditions for specific parts, a talent showcase, daily rehearsals, daily classes and a performance at the end of the week. Join us as we explore the world of theatre and create memories to last a lifetime!
What will the camper need?
Campers will need to bring a lunch every day, a morning and afternoon snack, sunscreen and any other items they may need. They will need to provide their base costume of BLACK T-shirt, BLACK Pants, BLACK socks and BLACK shoes.
What will the camp be like?
• 8:30 to 9:00 - Campers will be checked in and given a nametag. Student campers will be allowed to play outside every day.
• 9:00 - The rest of the day begins.
• 10:30 - Morning snack.
• Noon - Lunch with movies and/or games
• 12:45 - After lunch break.
• 2:30 - Afternoon snack/finish the movie/recess.
• 4:30 - Parents may pick up their campers.
• 9:00 - Introduction of everyone.
• 9:30 - Stage directions and vocal projection and enunciation.
• 10:00 - Auditions – Other campers continue playing warm-up and energizing games.
• 1:00 - Announce the roles.
• 1:30 - Rehearsals begin with a reading of the lines and Character Analysis.
• Classes - Monologue, Improv and Memorization
• 9:00 - Talent Showcase (parents invited).
• 2:00 - Paint sets (old clothes should be worn).
• 2:30 – Dress Rehearsal.
• 4:00 – Performance:
The Wizard of Oz
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401 S. Balsam | P.O. Box 1579
Moses Lake, WA 98837 | Ph: (509) 764-3701
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