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Summer Camp: 8/5-8/9

Available for Ages 6-7 and 8-10

Summer Camp: 8/5-8/9

Available for Ages 6-7 and 8-10

About The Show

Film Fest

Lights, camera, action! In this awesome week, campers work with Asolo Rep Teaching Artists to produce, create, and bring a story to life combining theatre and film techniques. No experience is necessary—bring your imagination and be ready to play!

Register with your age group by clicking the button below:

Ages 6-7                                                                                 

Ages 8-10

 


More info: 

Where is camp located?

What time is camp?

Camp runs from 9am-2pm, Monday-Friday.

Extended Care is available when purchasing camps. Timing is as follows: 

  •                Morning Care: 7:30am-8:45am
  •                After Care: 2:00pm-5:30pm

 

What is Extended Care and is it available?

Extended Care is supervised unstructured activity times available to families before and after class. Campers may play games, draw, read, or watch a movie.

During these times, campers are welcome to bring activities or books. Please note: Asolo Rep is not responsible for lost or damaged items--please leave valuables at home!

Staff will also facilitate optional activities for participants including crafts, storytelling, and group games either inside or outside. 

  • Electronic devices may be used during Morning and After Care, please remember Asolo Rep is not responsible for lost or damaged items. During times when screens are allowed, we will be taking "screen breaks" every 20-30 minutes. We also have plenty of art supplies, games, and books for campers to enjoy.

Extended Care is available for camps each week. You can add these services during camp registration.

Morning Care goes from 7:30am-9:00am. You can drop-off your young person at any time during this window. 

After Care goes from 2:00pm to 5:30pm. You can pick-up your young person at any time during this window. Information about late pick-up and late pick-up fees will be sent in After Care registration materials. 

Theatre for All Scholarships include free Morning and After Care for participants. 

How much does camp cost?

Pricing

  • Early Bird Pricing available until April 1: $160/week
  • Pricing after April 1st: $200/week
  • Extended Care is available for a fee (see below for details). 

Is Financial Assistance available?

We believe that all young people should have access to fun, quality arts experiences. Theatre for All Financial Assistance is available on a first-come-first-serve basis. 

Learn more by clicking HERE.

 

 

What should a camper wear/bring to camp?

To wear: 

  • Campers shuld dress in comfortable clothing they can move in and wear closed-toe shoes. 
  • Sunscreen and bug spray will not be administered by the Teaching Artists, but we will go outside when possible. 
     

To bring:

  • a lunch, 2 snacks, a water bttle.
    • Asolo Rep is a NUT FREE ZONE
  • Students will nt be allowed to use electronic devices (including cell phones) during class hours or lunch break.
      • While electronic devices may be used during Morning and After Care, please remember Asolo Rep is not responsible for lost or damaged items. During times when screens are allowed, we will be taking "screen breaks" every 20-30 minutes. We also have plenty of art supplies, games, and books for campers to enjoy.

My child hasn't done theatre---can they participate?

Absolutely! Because our classes focus on creativity, collaboration, and building skills, Asolo Rep's camps are exciting for beginners and experienced students.

These classes are for young people who love using their imaginations, have a dramatic side, and/or enjoy creating and acting out stories. No experience necessary – theatre is for everyone! 

Please contact education@asolo.org if you have questions about the suitability of a particular class. 

What will my child be doing in camp?

Each week of camp brings something new and exciting. Campers will respond to weekly themes, explore different stories, and learn skills and techniques through theatre exercises, games, and activities. 

The emphasis of each week-long class is on skill-building and the process of collaboratively creating stories and works of art and not on rehearsing a polished play.  

Who are Asolo Rep Teaching Artists?

Asolo Rep Teaching Artists and Staff are highly-qualified educators, performers, and artists who share a passion for teaching. Many have advanced degrees and teaching certifications, while also having extensive stage, film, and performance credits. Through direct programming creation and collaboration with Asolo Rep Education & Engagement staff, students who work with our Teaching Artists receive dynamic and substantive artistic and educational experiences across all programming areas. 

Asolo Rep Teaching Artists and Education & Engagement staff are required to be background checked and to have proof of up-to-date Covid vaccination status on file.