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On the outside always looking in will I ever be... able to play that role? NO? But during Miscast Night all bets are off! Come sing roles you could never play right now! Maybe a girl wants to be the Phantom or a boy wants to be Annie... Maybe someone older wants to play Matilda or someone young wants to be the Witch... Whatever you dream of you can do in MISCASTS!
Dates: June 18, 19, 25, 26, and July 2, 9, 10, and SHOW on July 16.
SpongeBob and all of the town must work to save their Bikini Bottom as destruction seems imminent. No one can keep it together even as the end is nearing - OR might there be one, a most unexpected hero who keeps his extraordinary wits about him in order to try and save his home. Join us for the SpongeBob SquarePants Musical, and see how looking on the bright side might just save the world!
This camp runs M-F from 1-4 pm for the first two weeks. Beginning July 25, the camp will switch to evenings at 6:30 pm. Students are encouraged to bring a snack and water.
Interested parents are encouraged to assist with production once we switch to evening hours.
Performances will be August 5-7 and 12-14
Attendance is mandatory starting with Tech week July 31 through August 7 and then again August 12-14
If you want to audition for a specific part auditions will be
May 8: 4-6 pm and May 9: 6-7 pm
Teen and Adults
Join Kara Matney, costumer for the Arts Center of Kershaw County to learn about all that is entailed in costuming a show. What is a costume book or a costume shop? How do you decide on designs for the show and where or how are the costumes created? Having worked recently with the touring company of Disney's the Lion King, Kara has lots of insight to share. You will use what you learn to help create costumes for an actual show.
Let's Pretend Theatre Camp (ages 7-10)
Summer Camp Ages 11-14
Designed especially for those middle year when young theatre students are growing and changing. This year campers will learn about what goes on backstage at a performance. They will learn about costumes, properties, make up and what a stage manager and stage crew do. Students should bring a personal snack and water.
Creative Make-up for the Stage (ages 14 and up)
Start with the basics and them move into creating unusual characters for the stage with Jess Britt. Learn how to use contrast, contour, and color to design all kinds of make-ups from fairytale creature or animals to special effects. Then if you like, join Jess to assist actors with their make up for our Summer Show! July 18 - 22
PO Box 1498
Camden, SC 29021
800 Lyttleton Street
Camden, SC 29020
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