Summer Staff:   Mr. Carl                   Miss Emily                   Miss Kris                          Miss Kit

Class Location

In Your Own Home via Zoom

Maximum of 10 campers per session

Sessions

6 One week Camp Sessions

beginning Monday, June 21

Ages &Times 

Ages 5 to 7, 9:00 AM to 10:15 AM

Ages 8 to 11, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM

To Register:

Download and complete:
Form and payment must be completed for registration.
For more information, call 215-659-8550

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Full Class Brochure

Each camp will have a zoom showcase for campers to perform their work for parents and friends.

Register Early and Save!

Register by June 4, 2021 Tuition Fee:

  

$118 + $20 registration fee (one time registration fee if registering for more

                                                                           than one class)

(Registration fee waived for 2019-20 or 2021 Storybook Season Subscribers)

After June 4, 2021 Tuition Fee:

 

$125 + $20 registration fee (one time registration fee if registering for more

                                                                            than one class)

(Registration fee waived for 2019-20 or 2021 Storybook Season Subscribers)

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by mail with registration form, or call 215-659-8550

 

Download, fill-in and mail completed Registration Form ASAP to

 

Storybook Musical Theatre

PO Box 473

Abington, PA 19001

Registering for more than one camp session:

Take $12 off each additional camp session (no additional registration fees)

Camp  Schedule

Week 1: June 21 to 25   -  Teacher: Mr. Carl
9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Exploring Favorite Tales Choosing one of these three tales, Little Mermaid, Little Red Riding Hood or Alice in Wonderland, students will start with a script and learn what it means to add their own flair to a role.The emphasis will be on taking words & adding personality. Students will also focus on basic stagecraft - posture & volume technique, expression, focus & memorization, & listening/reacting.

    
10:00  - 11:15 Camp: Adapting a Story to Be Your Own Students will start with a classic story & work to adapt it into a short play that takes place in a totally different setting. The emphasis will be on identifying larger ideas/motifs and translating them to new scenarios. Students will then perform the piece adding costumes, props, and what technical elements are possible. Students will also learn basics of stage craft - posture & volume technique, expression, focus & memorization, and listening/reacting

  
Child must be suggested age by the first day of camp.

Week 2: June 21 to July 1   -  Teacher: Mr. Carl

9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Exploring Favorite Tales Choosing one of these three tales, Little Mermaid, Little Red Riding Hood or Alice in Wonderland, students will start with a script and learn what it means to add their own flair to a role.The emphasis will be on taking words & adding personality. Students will also focus on basic stagecraft - posture & volume technique, expression, focus & memorization, & listening/reacting.

    
10:00  - 11:15 Camp: Adapting a Story to Be Your Own Students will start with a classic story & work to adapt it into a short play that takes place in a totally different setting. The emphasis will be on identifying larger ideas/motifs and translating them to new scenarios. Students will then perform the piece adding costumes, props, and what technical elements are possible. Students will also learn basics of stage craft - posture & volume technique, expression, focus & memorization, and listening/reacting

    

Child must be suggested age by the first day of camp.

Four days only. Tuition Rate: $100 + $20 Registration Fee

Week 3: July 6 to 9  -  Teacher: Miss Emily

9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Fun Futuristic Fables This camp will introduce young artists to Aseop’s Fables. They will create their own reimagined modern retelling of one of these tales. Your child will learn how to perform and create their own original work with a team of other campers.

  

10:00  - 11:15 Camp: Futuristic Fables-Advanced  Your child will work with Aseop Fables to create a reimagined retelling of one of these tales. Working with a group of campers, they will learn character development, expression, and listening and reacting skills.

 

Child must be suggested age by the first day of camp.

Four days only. Tuition Rate: $100 + $20 Registration Fee

Week 4: July 12 to 16   - Teacher: Miss Kit

9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Tales from Haiti  Students will play games, sing songs & create a performance based on the Haitian folktale "The Banza" about a magical guitar & ten hungry tigers!

 

10:00  - 11:15 Camp: Myths from Around the World Through drama games and music, students will enhance their skills in character development, movement, and voice to bring to life the story of "Echo and Narcissus/"

  

Child must be the suggested age by the first day of camp

Week 5: July 19 to 23  -  Teacher: Miss Kris

9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Fairy Tale Fun-dementals Through classic fairy tales, students will become familiar with the art of storytelling. Students will use rhymes, simple songs, familiar stories, and games to gain insight into the fundamental basics of acting. This course encourages students to use their imagination.

  

10:00  - 11:15 Camp:  Fractured Fairytales  Dive into the art of theatrical storytelling building student confidence and engaging their imagination. The camp looks into stage performance, including sound, voice, and movement. Campers will have the chance to be create by flipping a classic story upside-down using acting techniques and tools

 

Child must be suggested age by the first day of camp.

Week 6: July 26 to 30  -  Teacher: Miss Emily

9:00 - 10:15 Camp: Tall Tales to Tell Together

What could be more perfect for summer than telling stories ”around the campfire?” In this camp, we’ll explore how to create a story in the style of an oral tradition. Campers will learn how to construct and tell an exciting, dynamic story through games and basic acting skills. They will collaborate as a group to tell their own epic, legendary story

  

10:00  - 11:15 Camp: Tall Tales to Tell Together - Advanced 

What could be more perfect for summer than telling stories ”around the campfire?” In this camp, we’ll explore how to create a story in the style of an oral tradition. Campers will learn how to construct and tell an exciting, dynamic story through elements of improvisation, vocal interpretation, and climatic story arcs. They will collaborate as a group to tell their own epic, legendary story.

Child must be suggested age by the first day of camp.

Storybook Musical Theatre

PO Box 473
Abington, PA 19001
215-659-8550
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Storybook Musical Theatre is dedicated to the cultural enrichment and education of children and their families. We will introduce and help them to develop a lifelong appreciation for theater through adaptations of folk tales and children's literature. We strive to stimulate young imaginations as the stories are being brought to life on stage.