Summer 2022 Classes, Camps, and Performances
Join us at Storybook Theatre for a summer filled with acting camps, performance opportunities, artistic creativity, and more for teen students ages 13-18.
Spaces in each class/camp are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register early to save your spot.
Students are welcome to sign up for multiple camps, productions, and classes! Please contact us if you would like to register for multiple classes and setup a payment plan.
The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza
Auditions: May 15-16
Callbacks: May 18
Performances: July 15-16
Open to ages 4-18
Theatre Arts Workshops
$60 per workshop, or $150 for any three.
Join us for fun, two-day workshops to build skills and make friends, all summer long! Each workshop is from 1-4pm.
Stage Combat - May 23-24, June 27-28
Students will be able to test their limits in this two-day workshop covering the basics of tumbling, stage combat, and other stunt work. They will learn how to safely execute individual actions (such as falls, rolls, somersaults, tripods, handstands, and cartwheels) as well as partner-based actions (such as pushes, slaps, punches, chokes-holds, kicks, and hair-pulls). The workshop will end with a skills showcase, in which the students will demonstrate their new capabilities through rehearsed combat sequences.
This two-day workshop will enable students to delve into the art of developing a character and will prepare them for future auditions through the practice of presenting a monologue. Students will discuss basic prep-work, explore the intentions behind their words, and sharpen their overall delivery skills.
Note: Monologues will be provided prior to the workshop dates in order to give students time to select a piece and familiarize themselves with the text. Register here.
Set Design - July 5-6
Want to help create props and set pieces for a Storybook production? This is your opportunity! Participants will jump right in with hands-on projects for The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza and Disney's The Aristocats. You'll be able to be part of the creative team as we work collaboratively to design elements for each show. Each student in this workshop will receive a voucher for two free tickets to come see their work in action on stage! Register here.
Musical Theatre Dance - July 18-19
If you want a lazy summer, this is NOT the workshop for you! Get ready to dance your heart out to some Broadway favorites with Miss Stephanie, our choreographer. We will work on dance pieces in multiple styles to give students an idea of what it's like to perform in different genres. Register here.
Improv - August 15-16
Improvisation, or the art of thinking on your feet, is a very important part of theatre! This two-day workshop will help students learn to trust their own instincts, to say “yes, and” to their fellow actors, and to build a strong stage presence, all without the guidance of a script. Everything the students encounter will be new, created in the moment through the help of warm-ups and various improv games. No prior experience is required - just come with an open mind and be ready to embrace the fun! Register here.
Open to ages 10-18 (students will be divided into peer groups as needed)
Find all summer options here.
"Final Dress Rehearsal"
Auditions: May 28, 1:00-4:00pm
Note - Auditions are just to assign parts. If you sign up, you're automatically in the camp and will receive a speaking role! If you CANNOT attend auditions, just let us know. You can still participate in camp!
Camp Dates: June 13-17, 1:00-4:00pm
Performance: June 17, 7:00pm
An amateur theatrical group’s final dress rehearsal of Cinderella is a disaster: Cinderella is late, the prompter wants to play all the parts, the sassy stage crew is noisy, the author feels her brainchild is being ruined, and the director is distraught. The stepsisters miss cues, sound effects are played at the wrong speed, the messenger crashes her bicycle, and the fairy godmother can’t find her wand. Final Dress Rehearsal is among the most popular plays for high school production according to the International Thespian Society.
During this week-long camp, students will put together a full production. They will end the week in a performance for friends and family to attend.
Here's a little bit about what to expect:
Play improv games with other campers and improve your creative-thinking abilities.
Increase your onstage presence by learning how to create a believable character.
Learn about stage design (set/costumes/props) by helping to prepare for the production.
Enjoy theme days each day of camp (pajama day, crazy socks day, etc.).
Speaking roles for each student.
Performance for friends and family to attend on Friday at 7pm.
All costumes provided (with the exception of personal items such as tights/tank tops/etc).
Storybook Theatre camp production tshirt.
Auditions prior to camp so that campers have time to memorize lines for the performance.
2 free tickets per student for their performance.
Additional tickets are $8 each. Invite as many friends/family members as you want!
Each Storybook performance is a group effort and we need YOUR help to make everything come together! Parent volunteer positions will include options like selling tickets or concessions, donating items like water bottles/tissues/paper towels, etc. A signup will be emailed prior to the beginning of camp so that you can select the best way for your family to contribute to the production!
Registration Deadline: May 27