Summer Camps

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Enlightened Theatrics is thrilled to bring back our annual summer camps for acting students in grades 2 - 12 and technical students in grades 6 - 12.



Elementary School Camp



In our Elementary camp, campers will explore character creation, learn how to understand and care for their vocal instrument, and study the basics of choreography and stage direction. This class will culminate in a performance for families.

Please note: Students may register for one session each week, but not both sessions in the same week.

Program Info

Who


Date

Time

Cost

Grades 2 - 5
(Entering Fall 2021)

Week 1: Registration closed

AND

Week 2: August 23rd - 27th

9AM - 11AM


$75 for 1 Week
OR

$125 for 2 Weeks

Elementary Camp Registration

August 23rd - 27th | 9AM - 11AM


Middle School Camp


In our Middle School camp, students will dig deep into characterization, imagine and create movement and blocking patterns of their own, learn about the different styles and genres of theatre, and explore musical theatre performance. This class will culminate in a performance for families.


Program Info

Who

Date

Time

Cost

Grades 6- 8

(Entering Fall 2021)


Week 1: Registration closed

AND

Week 2: August 23rd - 27th

9AM - 1PM

$75 for 1 Week
OR

$125 for 2 Weeks

Middle School Registration

Augsut 23rd - 27th | 9AM - 1PM Sorry, it looks like this session has filled all the available spots. Due to current circumstances class sizes are limited for safety. If you would like to be put on a wait list, please email BoxOffice@EnlightenedTheatrics.org.


High School Camp


Enlightened Theatrics’ high school camp is specifically geared toward students who wish to pursue a career in performance. Students will learn to personalize songs and monologues through song and text analysis, culminating in a final peer performance. In addition, students will learn how to execute prepared, focused auditions through the creation of well-structured resumes and audition books. This class will culminate in a cabaret performance for families.


Program Info

Who

Date

Time

Cost

Grades 9 - 12

(Entering Fall 2021)

Week 1: Registration closed

AND

Week 2: August 23rd - 27th

2PM - 6PM

$75 for 1 Week
OR

$125 for 2 Weeks

High School Registration

August 23rd - 27th | 2PM - 6PM


Technical Camp


Technical Theatre students will learn the fundamentals of backstage. Led by industry professionals, they will learn what it takes to put the “Show” in Show Business. Students will learn components of costuming, lighting, scenery, and sound design for a better overall understanding of what happens behind the curtain. This class will culminate in practical technical application for the high school performers’ cabaret performance.


Program Info

Who

Date

Time

Cost

Grades 6 - 12
(Entering Fall 2021)

Registration closed

2PM - 6PM

$75 for 1 Week
OR

$125 for 2 Weeks

Technical Camp Registration

August 16th - 20th | 2PM - 6PM

Annie FAQs

Registration for students is $150. Scholarships are available. Please click this link to apply: click this link to apply..
Yes! We are casting two professional actors for the roles of Daddy Warbucks and Miss Hanagan.
Yes! Community actors are welcome and encouraged to attend this audition for all adult roles except Daddy Warbucks and Miss Hanagan.
No! We welcome students & actors of all levels and experiences.
For this particular production, we are utilizing a traditional audition process. We will have multiple opportunities for all who audition in our 2022 season.
We encourage our students to show off their best self by coming with a prepared audition of one 30-60 second song in the style of the show. Please make sure that the song choice is appropriate for your age, vocal range, and performance ability. No monologue is necessary for the Annie audition. If this is your first show, or you aren’t sure how to prepare an audition, don’t worry! Singing “Happy Birthday” will be just fine.
A full list of safety regulations will be posted soon, but some of the highlights are: - Participants are required to wear a mask or face covering. - Enlightened will provide masks to students who do not have access to them. - All participants will have access to hand sanitizer, hand-washing stations, tissues, and appropriate garbage receptacles. - According to the Public Health Division, children of any age should not wear a mask or face covering if they have a medical condition that makes it hard for them to breathe. - If a student becomes sick (develops a new cough, stomach ache, fever) during camp hours, they will be taken to a private room with a supervisor until their parent/guardian can pick them up.
Please make sure to wear closed toed shoes and clothing that enables easy movement.
Attendance of all rehearsals is preferred. If you need to miss a class day, please let us know in advance. Registration fees will not change due to absences.
Our rehearsals will take place in Salem’s Historic Grand Theatre and Brick Room.
Students will need to provide their own shoes (black dress/jazz/character shoes), stage makeup (if necessary), and undershirt (neutral colored tank top).
There are no refunds within 7 days of the start of course. If you have to withdraw due to an emergency, a refund request can be made. Enlightened Theatrics will review such requests on a case by case basis.