Carnation City Players offers summer youth theater camps
Young people interested in theater can gain experience in the summer camps of the Carnation City Players.
The Alliance theater company will host sessions for children aged 9-12 (Junior Youth Camp) and 13-17 (Senior Youth Camp).
The Junior Youth Camp is aimed at children who want to learn and develop their acting skills. Sessions will take place June 12-16 from 9am-11am, with a week filled with drama, acting practice, movement, improvisation, music and storytelling. Led by Don McCallister, the class will also have guest presenters who will share insights into the world of theatre. The camp ends with a final presentation for family and friends to allow the youth to show off their skills.
The Senior Youth Camp is for teenagers who want to take their acting to the next level. The camp, also led by McCallister, will be held June 12-16 from 12pm to 2pm. Through plays, acting practice, movement, music, mystery skits, and study of scenes/monologues, students will hone their acting skills to become a true master of the craft. It will feature guest presenters such as music director Kim Lewis and choreographer Susan Powell Fahey. This camp will also culminate in a final presentation.
Both camps are limited to 25 students. The cost is $100 each and registration is at carnationcityplayers.org.