Drama Camps

Summer 2017

The LCA Drama Department invites students in grades 3-12 to spend some time on the stage this summer! With several courses and date options to choose from, you’re sure to find a fit for your budding or experienced actor/actress. Drama Director, Kristy Winkes is eager to share her 20+ years of theatre experience with you!

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Drama Camp

Dates: Monday – Friday July 17-28

Session I: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (Grades entering 3-4)

Session II: 1:00 – 3:00 pm (Grades entering 5-6)

Cost: $135

Description: Classes focus on developing the basic acting and performance skills such as voice projection, stage presence, stage movement, developing character and working in an ensemble group. Students will perform for parents the final day of class. Students should wear comfortable shoes (no flip flops or clogs) and bring a water bottle and easy to eat PEANUT FREE snack to class each day.

How to Audition Well

Dates:  July 17, 18, & 20

Session I: 7:00 – 8:30 pm (Grades entering 5-12)

Cost: $110

Description: Instruction for this workshop focuses on important audition skills such as reading, marking and performing monologues, singing and movement. This course meets three days with the final day culminating in a mock audition with feedback.

The Actor's Workshop

Dates:  July 24, 25, 27, & 28

All Sessions: 7:00 – 8:30 pm (Grades entering 5-12)

Cost: $40 per session or $110 for all four.

Description: Instruction for this workshop focuses on skills every actor should know. Each session focuses on a different skill. Sign up for a single session or all four. It’s up to you! The instruction provided is for all levels, beginners to seasoned actors.

Acting – Developing Character (Monday, July 24): Learn how to create an original character and develop scene work with a partner. If you are a skilled actor, learn how to dig deeper into character development for better stage performance.

Stage Combat (Tuesday, July 24): Learn how to stage fight, fall, and even sword fight!

Improv! (Thursday, July 27): Practice Improv techniques. Collaborate with other students to build scenes while developing your improv and acting skills.

Performing Shakespeare (Friday, July 28): Learn how to sift through Shakespearean language to find the emotion and meaning. Then put it on stage!

Camp Policies

Registration is due prior to May 26. No refunds on cancellations will be issued. A welcome email confirming registration will be sent prior to the beginning of camp. The email will contain additional information about the camp such as curriculum, what to expect, where to meet on the first day, what to bring, what to wear, etc.

Please pay close attention to the end time of class and pick your student up promptly as we must prepare for the next class and day.