A Midsummer's Camp
A Midsummer's Camp is a great place for aspiring young actors to learn and have fun exploring the world and works of William Shakespeare and the magic of theatre.
Our Midsummer Camp immerses students in fun, interactive and educational theater-based activities. The series of weeklong summer theater camps affords students a unique opportunity to work with and learn from the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s professional actors/teaching artists in a safe and supportive environment. Featuring exciting activities specifically designed for the young actor in your family, our Midsummer Camp introduces students to the extraordinary works of William Shakespeare, provides a place for participants to sing and dance their hearts out and enables each attendee to develop their talents.
Midsummer Campers Enjoy Great Benefits!
Whether young campers register for one or more camps, a one-time $20/per student enrollment fee (non-refundable) helps to underwrite exclusive camper benefits that include a commemorative Midsummer Camp t-shirt and a complimentary Lower Gallery ticket to a performance of our main stage production, The Two Gentlemen of Verona!
Summer Camp 2014
Musical Theatre Camp: August 4 – 8, $300
Ages 10-16, 11a.m. – 4p.m
Sing and dance your heart out at Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s Musical Theatre Camp. Students will work on songs and scenes from a musical to be chosen by our seasoned and professionally trained instructors. This is a great opportunity to learn about the magic of musical theatre and the joys of performance in a fun, friendly and supportive environment. Students present a recital for friends and family on the final day of camp.
All The World’s A Stage: August 11 – 15, $200
As You Like It: Ages 7-14, 9.m. – 12p.m
Students will explore acting techniques through Shakespeare’s fantastic comedy, our Mainstage title for 2014, As You Like It. This camp will focus on the story, characters and themes of the play with students rehearsing scenes to present in a recital for friends and family to attend on the final day of camp.
Shakespeare 2.0: August 11 – 15, $200
Ages 7-14: 1p.m. - 4p.m.
Using Shakespeare’s As You Like It as a template, students will create their own modern interpretation of the play. Creating a fun, modern adaptation of the characters, monologues and some scenes the students will present a recital for friends and family to attend on the final day of camp.
Witty Fools: August 18 - 22, $200
Twelfth Night: Ages 7-14, 9.m. – 12p.m
One of Shakespeare’s greatest comediesThis camp will focus on the story, characters and themes of the play with students rehearsing scenes to present in a recital for friends and family to attend on the final day of camp.
Shakespeare At The Movies: August 18 - 22, $200
Ages 7-14: 1p.m. - 4p.m.
Shakespeare’s plays have been adapted into lots of great films from obvious adaptations such as West Side Story (Romeo & Juliet) to the not so obvious like Lion King (Hamlet). Over the week students will explore scenes and monologues from movie adaptations of Shakespeare plays, the difference between film and stage acting working towards presenting a short recital for friends and family on the final day of camp.
Multi Save Options:Enjoy great multisave benefits by selecting multiple camps for 2014! 1: Sign up for 2 Shakespeare camps - $50 off
2: Select 3 Shakespeare Camps - $75 off
3: Select 4 Shakespeare camps - $100 off 4: Select 2 Shakespeare Camps + Musical theatre - $125 off
5: Select 3 Shakespeare Camps + Musical theatre - $150 off
6: Select 4 Shakespeare Camps + Musical Theatre - $200 off
How to apply for Midsummer Camps
To apply for Midsummer Camps 2014 please download application form by clicking Here . Please complete the form and send either via email to email@example.com or regular mail to:Midsummer Camps Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival 948 Incline Way, Incline Village, NV 89451
Midsummer Camp Scholarships
A limited number of 100% and 50% scholarships to Midsummer Camps will be availble during June and July. Please contact Director of Education, Joe Atack via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For further information please email Director of Education Joe Atack at email@example.com or call 775-298-0175.