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Ages 11-18
June 24 - June 28
M-F 5:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Shania Stewart

Actors & actresses, this dance workshop is for you!  Get ready to audition for our upcoming 2019-20 Pied Piper Theatre productions or your school musical and learn the basic moves that are used by choreographers on the Broadway stage.  For those with dance experience, this is a good way to brush up on your skills.  So… bring your jazz shoes and tap shoes and be prepared to dance like a Broadway "star"!


Age 8-18
(3 weeks) July 1 - 19
Mon. - Fri. 9am-3pm rehearsals - Performance 7/19 @ 7pm 

Sign up today! Pied Piper Theatre presents an exciting 3-week intensive production of Disney’s Frozen, Jr. at Gar-Field High School. Rehearsals are scheduled Mondays-Fridays 7/1-7/19 from 9am-3pm.  Actors should plan to be available for all rehearsals and for the final performance on Friday, 7/19 at 7pm.

Newly released, this wonderful production provides the opportunity to experience the kingdom of Arrendale with Elsa & Anna.  All of the delightful mixture of characters from Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf to the hidden folks of the woods makes this both an entertaining and educational experience for all ages.  Sign up today to be a part of this amazing musical based on the Disney film.  (Pied Piper Theatre’s production of Disney’s Frozen, Jr. with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez and book by Jennifer Lee is based on the Disney film written by Jennifer Lee and directed by Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee.  It is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com)


July 1-3, 5
Mon-Wed, Fri     10am-2pm ; No class 7/4

Instructor: Michelle Ciancarelli

Combine composition with color theory to learn how the two work together for successful artwork. Learn painting techniques for texture and depth. This course will provide an in-depth introduction to color theory and invite students to think about composition not just in terms of form and value but also regarding color. As there is no one ‘right way’ to paint, we will actively explore a variety of ways to begin and develop a painting, through hands-on investigation of concepts and techniques that these processes entail: tonal (under)painting, block-out (under)painting, wash, direct painting, layering, dry-brushing, blending, texturing, etc. Class is suitable for beginners to experienced painters as challenges will be individualized. No previous experience is required! Pack a lunch or snack each day. Register by June 23 to avoid $20 late fee.

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Course fee includes $25.00 Supply fee.


Ages 5-7
July 1-12
M-F 10:00am - 12:30pm

For a recipe of fun add a dash of fantasy, a pinch of adventure, and sprinkle liberally with fairy dust for this magical journey into musical theatre for ages 5-7.  Footlights & Fairy Tales introduces the young actor to basic performing skills through movement, music, and imagination.  Children have fun acting out a simple play based on a childhood tale or short story.  Family and friends are invited to a performance on the last day of this two week acting adventure.


Ages 9-14
July 8-12
Mon-Fri     10am-2pm

Instructor: Lydia Bratton

Imagine creating your very own handmade book inspired by materials, techniques and traditions that date back to ancient Chinese and Egyptian times! We will take a look at some of the earliest surviving inscriptions for idea development.  Students may choose a favorite proverb or write an original expression of truth, then illustrate the concept through a series of bound pages. The construction of these books will consist of natural and modern bookmaking materials, and could include parchment, leather, wood and even clay. Amazing lifetime keepsakes! Register by June 30 to avoid $25 late fee.

Camp fee includes $25.00 Supply fee.


Age 8-15
(2 weeks) July 8-19
M - F 1:30-5pm

Musical theatre hits the stage in this premiere program at the Kellar Theater.  Drama, music and dance come together as students work on an entertaining new musical production.  Participating young actors will showcase their talents with final performances on Friday, July 19 at 5:30pm.  All students must be available for the final performance.


Ages 8-12
July 22-26
Mon-Fri     10am-2pm

Instructor: Lydia Bratton

What do you know about cartooning? Learn the fundamentals and improve your character illustration skills and personal style. We will look at eastern and western comics, and then use hand drawing and cartooning software to illustrate an exciting story or page, just like the professionals! Register by July 14 to avoid $25 late fee.

Camp fee includes $25.00 Supply fee.


Ages 5-7
July 22 - Aug. 2
M-F 10:00am - 12:30pm

Bring your imagination to a musical theatre adventure of fun and creativity.  Students will develop their acting talents through theatre games, storytelling, improvisation, and character development.  Enjoy learning songs and dances while working on a short musical production to be performed on the final day of the camp for family and friends. 


Ages 10-14
July 29-August 2
Mon-Fri     10am-2pm

Instructor: Lydia Bratton

Take a trip around the world with your sketchbook in hand.  Visit a faraway continent, city, landmark, or beautiful rural view with no waiting in lines, lost luggage, or travel fees! Improvement of fundamental drawing skills will be the focus the class, with virtually unlimited visual reference possibilities courtesy of Google Street View.  Through a wide array of lessons, students will learn to recognize and proportionally represent edges, shapes, negative space, line, and shadow, while finding inspiration via technological exploration. Register by July 21 to avoid $20 late fee.

Camp fee includes $20.00 Supply fee.


Age 8-15
(2 weeks) July 29 - Aug. 9
M - F 1:30-5pm

Musical theatre hits the stage in this premiere program at the Kellar Theater. Drama, music and dance come together as students work on an entertaining new musical production. Participating young actors will showcase their talents with final performances on Friday, August 9 at 5:30pm. All students must be available for the final performance.