Students will learn the fundamentals of dramatic performance skills, and will specialize in two of the following exciting areas: Shakespeare, Musical Theatre, Improvisational Acting, and our thrilling Action Movie Making class!
Space in this program is LIMITED. Don't miss your opportunity. All YAS students will also participate with the theatre in the parade and other event activities for Draper Days 2011. Students in the Dramatic Protegees category may also have the opportunity to act as a 'Peer Counselor' for the younger age groups. If you are interested in receiving information on registering for any of the following sessions, please email us.
July 5-8, 2011
Morning Session 9:00-11:30 am
Afternoon Session 12:00-2:30 pm
$75 per Session
Maximum Class Size 15
Students will learn the fundamentals of dramatic play as they produce a short musical based on an international folktale. This is a perfect program for children who are excited about performing, and are looking for an active setting to make new friends and have a ton of fun.
July 11 - July 29, 2011
9:00am - 2:30 pm
Students will learn the fundamentals of dramatic performance skills, and will specialize in two of the following exciting areas: Shakespeare, Musical Theatre, Improvisational Acting, and our thrilling Action Movie Making class! Whether your student is looking for a rigorous acting class, or just a unique and unforgettable summer camp experience, this program has something for everyone!
June 13 - July 1, 2011
9:00am - 2:30 pm
Students will explore the fundamentals of dramatic performances at a slightly more advanced level, as well as specialize in two of our exciting elective classes: Shakespeare, Musical Theatre, Improvisational Acting, and Action Movie Making. Students will learn valuable skills as they work together to create memorable performance pieces on the DHT stage.
8-14 YEARS, MORNING ELECTIVE:
Shakespeare. Students will learn how to analyze and perform classical and verse texts, while working towards a classic Shakespeare production.
Improvisation. Students will learn spontaneity, creativity, teamwork, and the skills needed for improvisational acting. The class will include short form improv, long form improv, musical improv, and improvising on camera.
Musical Theatre. Students will learn vocal technique and dance skills as they prepare a dramatic musical performance.
Action Movie Making. This exciting program will combine stage combat choreography with the
film making process. Students will learn basic fight choreography skills, and then apply them to the scripting, filming, and editing of their own short action movies.
Activities and Features
Religious Emphasis None
Performing Arts General Performing Arts Drama Music
Other Activities Shakespeare Musical Theatre Improvisational Acting and our thrilling Action Movie Making class
Location & Contact Information
Camp Address 12366 South 900 East
Draper UT, 84092 United States
Winter Address 12366 South 900 East
Draper, UT, 84092 United States