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Brookline Smart Summers Theater Arts Program
Develop your talents in the arts in a fun-non competitive atmosphere.
Children take classes in music, acting, dance, and art. Children work together to create an original musical production. Classes are taught by professional artist/educators. Full day programs for 7-13 year olds available, 8:30-4PM. Half day program for 5-7 year olds, which includes a weekly family sing a long and an introduction to the arts, is available from 12:30-4.
The program runs in one and two week sessions from June 28-August 9.
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A Step Ahead Inc & Nike Basketball
Nike Basketball and A Step Ahead Inc. team up to provide over 11 weeks of summer hoops
A Step Ahead (ASA) now in it's 16th year is featuring over 11 weeks of summer basketball including it's 9th annual Nike Basketball Camp(s). ASA is a year round basketball company that offers: Camps, clinics, classes and boys AAU teams. In the summer of 2013 we will service the following communities: Newton, Brookline, Boston, Dedham, Hingham, Southborough, Framingham, Quincy, Nashua, Hyannis, and New Hampton NH
The staff at A Step Ahead Inc. consists of Boston area educators, basketball coaches and former players who thrive on teaching and coaching the game of basketball.
Dexter Southfield Summer Camps
Full Day Programs 8:00 a.m.- 3:20 p.m. Free bus transportation from Boston and many suburban communities.
The Dexter and Southfield Schools in Brookline offer what some parents call “one-stop camping.” For kids ages 3 1/2 through 15 and interests ranging from sports to drama, the Schools offer five camps in one, including some inter-camp combination choices. With seven school bus routes covering many towns around the Boston area, parents can put all their children on one bus and off they go to Day Camp, Science Camp, Hockey Camp Enrichment Camp, or Tennis Camp. The camps offer 8 weeks of program from mid-June to August. Depending on the program, prices range from $305 to $645 per week. Over 70 activities at the various day camps, depending on age group, can include model rocketry, astronomy, ham radio, electronics, LEGO robotics, yoga, stained glass, canoeing, theatre, fencing, archery, tennis, ice hockey, and swimming. Some of the specialty programs tend to fill quickly, so parents should make choices by mid-March. There are several open houses during the spring school vacation weeks, although private campus tours may be requested at any time.
We represent the best basketball clinics and coaching in Massachusetts today.
Now in our ninth year, A Step Ahead Inc. has become a year-round operation offering clinics and camps in all seasons. In 2005, over 500 participants have entered our camps and clinics. Our participants have come from countries as far away as Japan, Israel and Spain as well as from cities including: Newton, Needham, Waltham, Boston, Brookline, Natick, Saugus, Marblehead, Hubbardston, Washington D.C. and Bangor Maine.
Theater camps for kids ages 7-18 in Brookline Village
My Kingdom for a Stage - summer drama camp for ages 12-18
Dates: August 6-17 ($450 per student)
Our teen camp is a great way for your young thespian (or just curious teen) to sink his or her teeth into acting technique and an incredibly funny, tragic, exciting, and moving play - Shakespeare's Hamlet. Ghosts, intrigue, battles, people acting crazy, relationship and family drama, and much more.
The program will run for 2 weeks from 9am-3pm each day. It is ideal for experienced actors as well as beginners. We will play drama games and also learn about the play Hamlet and present an abridged version on the final day of camp. The session will feature workshops with several theater professionals. Each day we'll head down to the park for lunch and outdoor activities. A great way to make new friends, have fun, and perform in a classic play. Actors will make all sets and props in addition to performing.
Into the Belly of the Whale - summer drama camp for ages 7-12
Dates: August 20-31 ($450 per student)
Campers will get a fun and thorough immersion into theater using creative drama, improvisation, acting games, and vocal and physical acting techniques. We also will have several special guests visit us to help out and share different theater specialties. Students will work together to create the play, including painting sets and props.
In addition to our drama and art activities, we will walk to nearby
Emerson Park every day (weather permitting) for lunch and outdoor play.
We will culminate in a performance of Pinocchio on the final day, Friday
August 31, at 5pm. Camp runs from 9am-3pm each day. Before and after care are available as well
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