March Break Youth Theatre Camp

Port Stanley Festival Theatre presents
11 Mar - 15 Mar, 2024

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DESCRIPTION

Have a blast this March Break getting in touch with all things creative!
NEW this year is March Break Youth Theatre Camp March 11 to March 15 2024.
Discover the magic of theatre! Expand your creativity! Build self-confidence! Exercise your imagination!

The Youth Theatre camp is designed to introduce youths to the magic of theatre while offering them an opportunity to expand their creativity, build self-confidence, exercise their imaginations, and develop teamwork and performance skills in a stimulating and enjoyable environment.


This program consists of a one week session for children aged 8 to 11 years old.

Your week will be filled with explorative exercises, workshops, script writing and collective creation. All of which can be incorporated into your actor’s toolkit. What fun! You will also participate in production, specialised workshops led by Port Stanley Festival Theatre company members.

Dates: Monday March 11 to Friday March 15
Time: 9am to 4pm
Age of campers: 8 to 11 years old
Cost: $200 plus tax and applicable fees.
Please bring a packed lunch and a water bottle.
Included is a pizza lunch on Friday.
Location: Port Stanley Festival Theatre, 6-302 Bridge Street 


Call the Box office for registration 519-782-4353

An end of week presentation will be a show and share of exercises, games, and scene studies/creation, rather than a traditional play performance.


March Break Camp is taught by Brittany Kay, an award winning actress and OCT certified arts educator. She has her BHA from the University of Toronto and Sheridan College joint program in Theatre and Drama Studies. She also has her BEd and MEd with a specialization in Arts Education from OISE at UofT. Brittany has taught for the Paprika Festival, TDSBCreates, YPT, and Roseneath Theatre, and is currently with the Durham District School Board. Some of her past acting credits include: Our House, Where You Are, Book Club (Port Stanley Festival Theatre); Forever Young (GCTC); This was the World (Tarragon Theatre); Asking for It (Thousand Islands Playhouse); As You Like It (Shakespeare BASH’d); The Wolves (Howland Company/Crow’s Theatre); Mikveh (HGJT); Punk Rock (Asst. Dir. /Howland Co.); Romeo and Juliet Chainsaw Massacre (Toronto Fringe); FITZ HAPPENS! (Lighthouse Festival); 9 Parts of Desire (Seventh Stage); The Lion King (Mirvish); Umbrella Academy (Netflix); Taken (NBC/Universal); Beauty and the Beast (CW), and Hemlock Grove (Netflix).



Sponsored by: The Optimist Club of Port Stanley

LOCATION

Port Stanley Festival Theatre
6-302 Bridge Street
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Meet The Crew

Brittany Kay
Brittany Kay
Camp Instructor