2017 Youth Theatre Camp!

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Ages:
5-8
9-12
Teen

July 17th – 21st
July 24th – 28th
July 31st – Aug 4th
Aug 7th – 11th

One Week Sessions
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 12.
Each camp session will culminate in a production on the last day of camp at 12:30 p.m.

Cost per child: $125
Cost for a sibling: $100

CLICK HERE for a Youth Theatre Camp registration & medical release form.

Mail it to HCAF, PO Box 1169, Ingram, TX 78025 or stop by and drop it off at:
120 Point Theatre Road South, Ingram, Texas.

If you have any questions, please call Jeff Cunningham at (830) 367-5121


2017 Point Theatre-  Youth Theatre Camp Catalog

(classes subject to change due to enrollment)

For Ages 5 – 8 years old

July 17th -21st

Getting to Know You

Start the summer right with a caring teacher who can introduce newcomers to the stage while making young veterans of the YTC feel like they’re coming home.  New friends will meet and get to know each other with improv games and acting projects that will lead into individual and group performances for our first recital

July 24th – 28th

The Stuff that Dreams are Made Of

Students will explore the magic and fantasy of theatre by learning about Shakespeare’s fairies, magical creatures, and friendly ghost stories, all the while learning the basics of diction, projection, stage presence, and body awareness.

July 31st – Aug 4th

Hakuna Matata

Young actors perform stage exercises and improv as their favorite animals.  They will study stories like The Jungle Book, Charlotte’s Web, and Wind in the Willows.  Instructors will sneak ideas like characterization, stage movement, and motivation into our Point Theatre Zoo.

Aug 7th – 11th

Where No One has Gone Before

While students explore science fiction and fantasy like Star Wars, Star Trek, and Buck Rodgers, instructors will teach voice and diction, characterization, and other stage fundamentals.  Young performers will be encouraged to share their own fantasies about science and the future.

 

Ages 9 – 12 years old

Jul 17th – 21st

Getting to Know You

Fun and engaging activities introduce newcomers to the stage while making young veterans of the YTC feel like they’re coming home.  New friends will meet and get to know each other with improv games and acting projects that will lead into individual and group performances for our first recital.

 

July 24th – 28th

The Stuff that Dreams are Made Of

Students will explore the magic and fantasy of theatre by learning about Shakespeare’s fairies, magical creatures, and friendly ghost stories, all the while learning the basics of diction, projection, stage presence, and body awareness.

July 31st – Aug 4th

No Business like Show Business

Students will experience Theatre from the view of the “Great White Way.”  Shows like A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, and Anything Goes are studied while instructs focus on stage presence, movement and some basic dancing .

 

Aug 7th – 11th

Hooray for Hollywood

Young actors will look at theatre from the view of Motion Pictures and Television.  Instructors will use family-friendly movies as part of their training, while voice and body work, characterization and script skills are practiced and improved.

 

Classes For Teens

July 17th – 21st

Getting to Know You –for Teens

Start the summer right with a well-informed teacher who can introduce newcomers to the stage while making veteran campers feel like they’re coming home.  Students will be introduced to acting techniques and professional theatre practices that will lead into individual and group performances for our first recital

July 24th – 28th

Even More Acting for Talented Teens

The “One Room School House” style will continue as second week newcomers learn from camp sophomores. All of these young performers will work together to hone their skills

July 31st – Aug 4th

Professional Preparation for Young Actors – I

Midsummer Newcomers will be introduced to important concepts like voice, diction, characterization, and script analysis as they work with veteran teen performers .  Advanced Teens will continue to build and hone their theatre skills under the supervisor of professional theatre educators

Aug 7th – 11th

Professional Preparation for Young Actors – II

Late Summer Newcomers will be introduced to important concepts like voice, diction, characterization, and script analysis as they work with veteran teen performers .  Advanced Teens will continue to build and hone their theatre skills under the supervisor of professional theatre educators