Summer Drama Camps

SUMMER ARTS and DRAMA CAMPS (Ages 6-12)

Week 2 – July 9-13, 2018 – REGISTER HERE
General Creative Arts and Fun (Ages 6-12) “Mystery” week, with a number of activities centred around solving mysteries, learning to be a detective (through drama and improv games) and also creation of a mystery/scavenger hunt for the other members of the group on the last day…and lots more!
Instructor: Jenna Harris

Week 3 – July 30-August 3, 2018 – REGISTER HERE
General Creative Arts and Fun (Ages 6-12)
“Underwater Adventure” week, designing and filling an aquarium, pirate island and treasure hunt! Lots of underwater themed fun all week long!
Instructor: Adam Bailey

Week 5 – August 13-17, 2018 – REGISTER HERE
General Creative Arts and Fun (Ages 6-12)
“Blanket Fort Adventure” week, creating a blanket city in the studio space with activities and drama games focusing on teamwork, collaboration and community building!
Instructor: Adam Bailey

COST:
Single Camper – $275 plus HST
Two siblings – $500 plus HST

HOURS:
9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday

Early Drop off (8:30am) and Late Pick up (5:00pm) available for extra fee (see registration pages for details)

LOCATION:
Roseneath Theatre in St. Anne’s Parish Hall, 651 Dufferin Street-just north of Dundas.

NEED MORE INFORMATION?
Ezera Beyene, Camp Coordinator – assistant2@roseneath.ca
416-686-5199 ext 227

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WHAT HAPPENS AT THIS CAMP?

Roseneath Theatre’s week-long, full day camps are led by our professional artist educators, guest artists and supported by Roseneath’s Youth Leaders and volunteers. The main focus of this camp is to cultivate a unique experience for our campers by exploring their individual areas of interest and using that knowledge to enrich their time spent at Roseneath.

The camp involves an active and engaging week of creativity for kids who have an interest in the arts or just like to have fun! Each camp week might include, depending on the group, collectively creating a theatrical presentation. Campers will work together with our Artist Educators to choose themes and content that they are excited by. The campers will also get to participate in learning about aspects of creation and will have the opportunity to explore areas of greatest interest more fully; opening up the possibility for them to create more visual-arts-based work or just participate in some great activities should they choose to do so! There will be daily outings to local parks and splash pads for kids who like to get outside and enjoy the summer!

WHAT TO BRING?

  • bring a nut-free lunch and snacks (fridge and microwave available)
  • wear clothes and shoes they can move comfortably in (indoors, outdoors and possibly in the water)
  • sunscreen, layers, hat, water bottle, etc 
  • leave all electronics at home
  • bring a willingness to play

 

 

 

 CAMP STAFF


BRITTANY KAY
Family Programs Educator
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ADAM BAILEY
Family Programs Educator
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EZERA BEYENE
Camp Coordinator
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