ShenanArts announces summer camps

ShenanArts is now accepting registrations for summer camps and workshops. Camps will be held in July for children of all ages. A series of workshops is also be offered, for children and adults.

Does your child love to perform? Want your child to have some fun this summer? Come sing, dance, and act your way through some of the greatest moments in Broadway’s history! This camp is perfect for beginning performers interested in getting an introduction to the wonderful world of musical theatre!

Elementary School Camp (rising 1st-5th graders) will be held from July 18 – July 22 | 9:30 am – 12:00 pm.
Cost is $125. Showcase performance will be held at Noon on July 22. Instructor: Sara Meinhofer

Middle and High School Camp (rising 6th-12th graders) will be held July 11- July 22| 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cost is $195. Showcase Performance will be at 7:00 pm July 22. Instructors: Lindsey Walters and Hanna Walters.

Workshops

Stage Make-up: Tuesday, July 19 – 5:–7:00 pm. Cost is $25
How to Audition: Monday July 11, Friday July 15 and Monday July 18–5:00 – 7:00 pm. Cost is $50
Stage Combat: Tuesday July 12th – Thursday July 14th 5:00-7:00 pm. Cost is $50.

Multiple child discount available for camps! Scholarships are available, inquire for details.

For a complete schedule or to download a registration form, visit www.ShenanArts.org or call 540-712-0001



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