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Whitefish Theatre Company

1 Central Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937
406-862-5371
info@whitefishtheatreco.org



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WTC 2020 Summer Theatre Camps





CRAZY CABARET CAMP!
July 13 - 17 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM For Children Entering 1st – 3rd Grade)
(9:00 AM - 3:15 PM For Children Entering 4th – 12th Grade)

Cost: $160.00 (1st – 3rd ) / $210.00 (4th – 12th)
NOTE: Crazy Cabaret Camp will have a supervised lunch break so all campers must bring a sack lunch.
Older kids that stay past 1:00pm should bring a snack.

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
July 20 - 24 (9:30 AM - 12:00 PM (For Children Entering 1st – 3rd grade)
Cost: $100.00

IMPROV: “YES...AND”
July 20 - 24 (1:00 PM - 3:30 PM (For Children Entering 4th – 12th Grade)
Cost: $100.00


CRAZY CABARET CAMP!
July 13 - 17
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM for Children Entering 1st – 3rd Grade
9:00 AM to 3:15 PM for Children Entering 4th – 12th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center
NOTE: Crazy Cabaret Camp will have a supervised lunch break so all campers must bring a sack lunch.
Older kids that stay past 1:00pm should bring a snack.

CRAZY CABARET CAMP!

Come learn ALL aspects of theatre! Campers will star in hilarious scenes, skits, poems, and songs! In the morning, they will rotate between 3 professional teachers in singing, dancing and acting. Older campers will then stay to work again with professionals in Stage Craft and Costumes to create their own set, props, and costumes for a fully immersive theatre experience!

Camp culminates in a high energy performance for friends and family on Friday!

Teaching Artists:
Kim Krueger Kim, Artistic Director for WTC, holds a BFA in Theatre from the U of ID and has enjoyed working with kids for over 25 years! She has worked at Missoula Children’s Theatre, taught children’s acting in L.A., and directed shows at Evergreen and Kalispell Middle Schools.
Alyssa Morales Alyssa hails from Arlington, TX and graduated from Sam Houston State Univ. with a BFA in Dance. She enjoyed working with the talented youth of WTC’s camp program last year and is excited to return for another summer of dancing, choreography, and fun!
Natilee Radosevich Natilee grew up in the Flathead Valley, participating in theatre, music and dance. She is pursuing a music degree at FVCC and currently enjoys accompanying fellow students and music professionals in spreading joy through music and dance.
Robbie Moody Robbie, Technical Director for WTC, was trained in professional theatre production in Montreal, working primarily as a lighting designer, call technician, and stage carpenter for several theatre companies. Prior to moving to Whitefish, he was the Technical Director for Montreal’s Hudson Village Theatre.
Sarah Bell Sarah graduated from the U of MT in 2011 with a BFA in Costume Design and Technology. She has worked at BalletMet in Columbus, OH, Fort Peck Summer Theatre, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, and Bigfork Summer Playhouse. Sarah has been WTC’s resident Costume Designer for the last 3 years.


HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON!
July 20 - 24
9:30 AM to 12:00 PM for Children Entering 1st – 3rd Grade

at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON!

The people of Berk have been overrun with unruly dragons of all shapes and sizes! Come expand your imagination with fun theatre games and learn the basics of acting as we dive into “How to Train Your Dragon”. We will learn more about the story telling aspect of theatre and creating characters as we collectively create our own version of the story.

With our newfound skills, we will give a grand performance for family at the end of the last class to show them all we have learned!

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.


IMPROV: “YES...AND”
July 20 - 24
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM for Children Entering 4th, – 12th Grade

at WTC’s Home — the O’Shaughnessy Center

IMPROV: “YES...AND”

Second City, Groundlings, SNL...Have you ever wanted to learn the art of Improv?! We will learn the basics with fun games and exercises created by some of the greats, designed to open our imaginations and help us learn the art of “Yes...And”! We use these skills to create our own skits at the end of the week to wow our families with our amazing abilities.

There will be a presentation for family and friends on Friday!

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.


 

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Grants provided by

I. A. O'Shaughnessey Foundation  Montana Arts Council  Whitefish Community Foundation  Montana Cultural Trust  WESTAF  National Endowment For The Arts  Burlington Northern Santa Fe  Dennis &Phyllis Washington Foundation