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2016 Summer Theatre Camps





ADVENTURES in Theatre: The Little Engine that Could!
July 11 - 15 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (For Children Entering Kindergarden only)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

Slapstick Comedy
July 11 - 15 @ 9:00 AM - Noon (For Children Entering 6th – 9th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

Acting for the Stage
July 11 - 15 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 10th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

Kids Take the Stage: Where the Wild Things Are!
July 18 - 22 @ 10:00 AM - Noon (For Children Entering 1st & 2nd grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

Musical Theatre Dance Showcase
July 18 - 22 @ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (For Children Entering 3rd – 5th grade)
Cost: *$100.00 / $120.00

Broadway Songbook Workshop
July 18 - 22 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (For Children Entering 6th – 10th grade)
Cost: *$115.00 / $135.00

*Discount pricing good until June 15th

For additional information contact Jesse Devine, WTC's Artistic Director
Preferred: jesse@whitefishtheatreco.org
Secondary: 406-407-4254

NOTE: All Teaching artists have degrees, certifications and/or extensive professional experience in their area of expertise!

 


ADVENTURES in Theatre: The Little Engine that Could!
For Children Entering Kindergarten only
July 11-15 from 10am to 11:30am at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


The Little Engine that Could!

Join us and learn what you can do with a little imagination while making new friends just like the Little Engine!!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Jessica Moore Jessica graduated from AMDA, College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She loves working with kids and loves to help to young minds grow through theatre, music and dance!! Jessica hopes to continue her education and become a teacher.


Slapstick Comedy
For Children Entering 6th – 9th Grade
July 11-15 from 9am to 12pm at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


Slapstick Comedy!

In this highly engaging physical workshop, students will learn the art of Slapstick Comedy. From pratfalls to stage slaps, the class offers non-stop laughs.
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Rebecca Schaffer Rebecca is a professional theatre artist who specializes in the development of new work. She frequently creates highly physical pieces with foundations in slapstick, clown, comedy, magical realism, and mime. She is passionate about all things ridiculous. She recently directed The Little Prince for WTC.


Acting for the Stage
For Children Entering 6th – 10th Grade
July 11-15 from 1pm to 4pm at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


Acting for the Stage

Learn the specifics of acting that every great actor utilizes through intense physical scene and character work!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Jesse DeVine Jesse holds a MA in Directing & Devising Theatre and a BFA in Musical Theatre. In addition, she has equity acting credits, professional directing credits, and has taught theatre at high schools and colleges across the country. She serves as a representative for state and national theatre in education associations. Jesse is the Artistic Director of WTC.


Kids Take the Stage: Where the Wild Things Are!
For Children Entering 1st – 2nd Grade
July 18-22 from 10am to 12pm at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


Where the Wild Things Are!

Do you love all things wild? Come put your imagination to the test with theatre games and storytelling as we explore, Where the Wild Things Are!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Jessica Moore Jessica graduated from AMDA, College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She loves working with kids and loves to help to young minds grow through theatre, music and dance!! Jessica hopes to continue her education and become a teacher.


Musical Theatre Dance Showcase
For Children Entering 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade
July 18-22 from 1pm to 3:30pm at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


Musical Theatre Dance Showcase

Students will be taught a GROUP dance number from a BROADWAY MUSICAL! So come brush up on your dancing skills and expand your casting potential! No dance experience required - only a willingness to have a blast with friends!
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artist: Katie Rose Scotten A Whitefish native who grew up dancing in the Northwest Ballet Company before going on to study many styles of dance at the University of Montana. She currently teaches and competes full time in ballroom and theater arts dance in Denver.


Broadway Songbook Workshop
For Children Entering 6th – 10th Grade
July 18-22 from 1pm to 4pm at WTC's Home - the O'Shaughnessey Center


Broadway Songbook Workshop
A team-taught, interdisciplinary (singing /acting / dancing), performance-oriented course focusing on the examination and performance of musical theatre songs. Each student will be taught part of a Broadway song to learn, explore and ultimately perform.
This camp culminates with a short demonstration for family and friends.
Teaching Artists:
Amy Beth Chisholm Amy Beth Chisholm holds a Master of Music degree and has been teaching voice for over 10 years. A versatile performer, her work has ranged from musical theatre to jazz, chamber music to vaudeville, and opera to voice-acting. She teaches both as music faculty at FVCC and through her voice studio in Whitefish. She is thrilled to return to WTC to present The Broadway Songbook Workshop this summer!

Jesse DeVine Jesse holds a MA in Directing & Devising Theatre and a BFA in Musical Theatre. In addition, she has equity acting credits, professional directing credits, and has taught theatre at high schools and colleges across the country. She serves as a representative for state and national theatre in education associations. Jesse is the Artistic Director of WTC.
Erica von Kleist This multi-instrumentalist earned her Bachelor of Music from Juilliard and moved from NYC to Whitefish after having worked with some of the top artists in jazz. Erica is the Director of the NW Artist Syndicate and Groovetrail, a non-profit that brings live music to those in need.


 

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TRUE WEST (Theatre)
(May 31 - June 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM)

MARY POPPINS (Theatre)
(Sept 8 - 9, 2015 at 6:00 PM)

THE LITTLE PRINCE (Theatre)
(Oct 1 - 2, 2015 at 4:00 PM)

THE OTHER PLACE (Black Curtain)
(Oct 12, 2015 at 7:00 PM)

THE WINNING STREAK (Black Curtain)
(Jan 3, 2016 at 7:00 PM)

TRIBES (Theatre)
(Feb 15 at 7:00 PM)
(Callbacks Feb 16 at 7:00 PM)


RED HERRING (Theatre)
(April 4 - 5, 2016 at 7:00 PM)

DISGRACED (Black Curtain)
(April 11 at 7:00 PM)

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Grants provided by

I. A. O'Shaughnessey Foundation  Montana Arts Council  Whitefish Community Foundation  Montana Cultural Trust  M J Murdock Charitable Trust  Wells Fargo  WESTAF  National Endowment For The Arts  Dennis &Phyllis Washington Foundation