at The Little Theatre
The Little Theatre welcomes all youth, regardless of ability or experience. Throughout the camps, young actors will learn stage blocking and lines, as well as a variety of theatre elements including character development, voice and diction, costumes, movement, and production etiquette.
Campers have the option to purchase a LTWS Summer Camp '23 t-shirt for $15 when registering.
Each week of camp has an optional Before/After care for those who need it for $15 for one week camps; $40 for the three week camp.
June 26-July 14, 2023 (No Camp July 4)
Performances July 14 & 15 7pm; July 16 2pm
Director: Kellie Harris
Choreographer: Kelly Greathouse
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, this middle school adaptation of MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The 2005 Broadway production won three Tony® Awards, including Best Musical, and was followed by two successful West End runs. The outrageous, uproarious, and gloriously entertaining story of King Arthur and the Lady of the Lake will delight casts and audiences as they search for the Holy Grail and “always look on the bright side of life. This adaptation incorporates song key changes where needed, along with song and scene edits or time and content, while keeping the spirit of the original Broadway show intact.
June 26-July 3 clamp will be held at 419 N Spruce St.
July 4 there will be NO Camp
July 5-14 camp will be held at Reynolds Place Theatre at 251 N Spruce St.
Performances will be at Reynolds Place Theatre: July 14 & 15 7pm; July 16 2pm
Ages 5-9 (Full)
July 25-29, 2022
August 1 - 5, 2022
Instructor: Marilla Morrison
In this active camp, students will learn basic dance choreography and how movement is used on the stage. Students will explore how movement and actions can illustrate a character's feelings and intentions. This no-lines class will be a great fun for kids who love to express themselves through movement.
MONOLOGUES-YOU ARE NOT ALONE
July 25-29, 2022
Instructor: Ian Davis-Huie
Monologues are the classic go-to for auditions and competitions. From comedy to tragedy, they are an actor's classic tool to show off their skills. In this class, students will polish one or two monologues and be ready for the new school year's auditions. Students will round out their character development through further script readings. Parents will have the opportunity to see the students perform at the end of the week.
Ian Davis-Huie proudly hails from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He is a rising senior at Wake Forest University. An Elementary Education major with a double minor in Theatre and Religion, Ian spends much of his time at WFU serving as a student director of the Virtual Tutoring Program and acting on stage. In fact, his first memories of acting were at Little Theatre Shakespeare camps when he was 8 and 9 years old! He is very much looking forward to leading camps this summer at the Little Theatre.
Kellie Harris is a theatre arts educator in WSFCS. She is excited to get involved in community theatre here in Winston Salem after having moved from Raleigh with her family in 2019. Back in the capital city, Kellie directed many children's productions at Arts Together and in magnet elementary schools. She worked with older students at Raleigh Little Theatre, in Pieces of Gold, and in the WCPSS production of Les Miserables. One of her favorite musical memories is when her father was invited onto a Broadway stage as an extra in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. She is excited to "keep on rockin' in the free world" this summer with The Little Theatre of Winston Salem.
Marilla Morrison (she/her) is a rising senior at Wake Forest University pursuing a B.A. in English with minors in Dance and Secondary Education. She began studying classical ballet at age six in her hometown of Burlington, NC. Marilla integrated modern dance technique during her high school summers at the Contemporary Dance Intensive at University of North Carolina School of Arts and Governor’s School East. At WFU, she has had the opportunity to work on and perform in a handful of productions both student-driven and directed by the Department of Theatre & Dance including holding the mirror up to NATURE and the 2021 Fall Dance Concert. She is thrilled to work with the students this summer at The Little Theatre and cannot wait to create amazing art with so many creative spirits!
Each of our summer camps focus on enabling campers to experience the fun, excitement, and challenge of performing live theatre while developing their own talents, strengths and skills. The Little Theatre accepts all children, regardless of their level of ability or experience. Campers will learn stage blocking, lines and music (as applicable), as well as a variety of theatre elements, including character development, voice and diction, costumes, stage movement, and production etiquette.
Before Care will Run 8:30am-9:30am; After Care will run 4:30pm-5:30pm.
Campers can purchase a t-shirt during online registration for $15.
Register above or call (336) 725-4001. Please note that space is limited in each camp; register early to secure your spot.
Need Based, sliding scale scholarships are available. Email for details.
PAYMENT AND REFUND POLICY
Tuition must be paid in full at least one weeks prior to the start of camp for your child to attend. In the event that The Little Theatre cancels a camp, a full tuition refund will be made. If a student withdraws from camp up to two weeks prior to the camp start date, they will receive a 75% refund; no refunds will be made after that.
Needs based scholarships are available on a first come-first served basis.
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