Students who engage in the arts learn communication skills, problem-solving techniques, creative expression, and how to work collaboratively!
Who: Youth entering grades 1st-5th
What: An exciting weeklong theatre camp filled with theatre movement exploration, Shakespeare and his language, and a culminating performance for family and friends.
Where: Camp is held on the Illinois State University campus at the School for Theatre and Dance.
When: The weeklong camp runs from 1-4 p.m., July 23-27.
Cost: $150 per youth (Sibling discount and scholarships available.)
Who: Students entering grades 6th-12th
What: This theatre intensive allows students to gain more focused experience in a variety of theatre skills (such as character work, stage combat, movement and voice) while collaborating as a company to produce a one-hour version of Romeo and Juliet, which will be performed on the Center for the Performing Arts (CPA) Theatre stage on July 26, prior to that evening’s performance of Shakespeare in Love .
Where: Camp is held on the Illinois State University campus at the School for Theatre and Dance
When: This camp runs from 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday for three weeks July 9-27.
Cost: $300 per student