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TAT 2014 Summer Camps

TAT 2014 Summer Camps

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2400 Third Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404

U.S. POSTAGE PAID TWIN CITIES, MN PERMIT #504

Register now for 2014 Summer Camps!

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Traci Allen, Nathan Barlow and cast in Cinderella, 2013 | photo: Dan Norman HAIR, TAT Senior Intensive, Summer 2013 | photo: Dan Norman

Summer 2014

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//// Class Listings Ages 4-5

Ages 4-5 (9:30am-11am/2:30pm-4pm)
$130 per session (Sessions cannot be paired to create a full day)

July 7-11 AM: Daring Dinosaur Dilemmas

Dinosaurs rule the world and you are the biggest, coolest, silliest Dino of them all. Character creation and story exploration are the focus. Using stories like How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? and Dinosaur Dinner (with a Slice of Alligator Pie) as a springboard, we will create Dino Tales all our own! Time: 9:30-11am / Camp ID: A04 Tuition: $130

Jeremy Jacob, a boy who joins Captain Braid Beard and his crew. Learn along with Jeremy about the finer points of being a pirate: how to say “scurvy dog,” sing sea chanteys, throw food and create your own great sea tales! Time: 2:30-4pm / Camp ID: P05 Tuition: $130

July 21-25 AM: Disney Legends

PM: Secret Pizza Party

How does Raccoon love pizza? Oh, let him count the ways. He loves the gooey cheesyness, salty pepperoni-ness, sweet sweet tomato-ness, and of course the crispity crunchity crust. But someone is always chasing poor Raccoon away from his favorite food with a broom! What's a hungry raccoon to do? Work together to overcome all these obstacles (and more) and plan the most elaborate secret pizza party of all time (But shhh! It’s a secret! In fact, you should probably just forget I told you. Nope, no secret pizza party happening here. You didn’t already tell all your friends, did you? Uh oh . . .) Time: 2:30-4pm / Camp ID: P04 Tuition: $130

Come swim with Ariel or fly with Peter Pan! Explore your favorite Disney characters and use your imagination to become a character all your own. Adding in props and costumes, step into a whole new world of make believe. Time: 9:30-11am / Camp ID: A06 Tuition: $130

PM: Seuss-tastic

Beloved by all, the stories of Dr. Seuss are inspiring examples of how to create a world all your own through crazy characters and silly and tongue-twisty words. Using Green Eggs and Ham, Dr. Seuss’s ABC and other favorites as our springboard, it is sure to be Seussy fun for everyone! Time: 2:30-4pm / Camp ID: P06 Tuition: $130

July 14-18 AM: Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy

July 28-August 1 AM: Tickled Pink

Playgrounds are supposed to be happy places, but for Sam and Lulu, they seem to be a hornet's nest of discord. Finally they discover a game that brings out the best in both of them. As superheroes Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, Lulu and Sam save the playground from hairy monsters and big mean robots. Join us as we work together to overcome the meanness and save the play! Time: 9:30-11am / Camp ID: A05 Tuition: $130

It all begins with an acute case of “pinkatitus,” an affliction that turns our heroine pink from head to toe! More than anything, Pinkalicious loves pink, especially pink cupcakes. Her parents warn her not to eat too many of them, but when Pinkalicious does… she turns pink! What to do? Work together to solve this medical mystery and enjoy bringing to life your favorite stories from this wondrous series of inventive books. Time: 9:30-11am / Camp ID: A07 Tuition: $130

PM: How I Became a Pirate

PM: Olivia Saves the Circus

“Pirates have green teeth—when they have any teeth at all. I know about pirates, because one day, when I was at the beach building a sand castle and minding my own business, a pirate ship sailed into view.” So declares

Olivia remembers her trip to the circus very well. The performers were out sick and she had to do everything. She rode on a unicycle, jumped on a trampoline, juggled five balls, flew through the air and so much more. Step into the ring with Olivia, where the lights are dim, the color
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//// Class Listings Grades K-1

soft and your imagination is the main attraction. Time: 2:30-4pm / Camp ID: P07 Tuition: $130

PM: The Day the Crayons Quit

August 4-8 AM: Monster Mayhem with Mercer Mayer

The zany critters, gentle monsters and imaginative illustrations of Mercer Mayer are the focus of our adventure. Through Mayer’s engaging stories There's a Nightmare in My Closet and One Monster After Another, we will have fun expressing our own clever characters through creative dramatics and visual art in this camp for the young artist. Time: 9:30-11am / Camp ID: A08 Tuition: $130

Poor Duncan just wants to color. But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing: His crayons have had enough! They quit! Beige Crayon is tired of playing second fiddle to Brown Crayon. Black wants to be used for more than just outlining. Blue needs a break from coloring all those bodies of water. And Orange and Yellow are no longer speaking because each believes he is the true color of the sun. What can you do to help Duncan appease all of the crayons and get them back to doing what they do best? After all, crayons have feelings too! Time: 2:30-4pm / Camp ID: P08 Tuition: $130

PM: Fractured Fairy Tales

Fairy tales include all kinds of magical events and creatures that make life interesting. Together we will take familiar stories and reshape them with new characters, settings, problems and surprises. Perhaps we’ll meet kind, beautiful ogres, find a small, helpful wolf cub or encounter a shy, clumsy prince or princess. In addition to using our voices and bodies, we will explore the other languages of theatre including dance, design and costumes. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P13 Tuition: $170

PM: Dancing Aesop’s Fables

June 30-July 4: (no camp this week) July 7-11 AM: Goodnight Goon (and other silly parodies)

Working together, students will use gesture, movement and dance to explore the enchanted stories of Aesop. The different elements of dance will be explored in conjunction with a different fable each day. Students will read The Tortoise and the Hare as we investigate the difference between fast and slow movement and as we explore the difference between bound movement and free movement, we will read The Oak and the Reed. Students will also have the opportunity to create and perform dance vignettes based on Aesop’s treasured tales. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P15 Tuition: $170

August 11-15 (no camp this week)

July 21-25 AM: Jumanji

Grades K-1 (9:30am-12noon/1pm-3:30pm)
Denotes a camp with musical theatre elements

AM and PM sessions may be paired to create a full day. (Full day option includes a supervised lunch hour; please pack a lunch that does not contain nuts and does not require refrigeration or a microwave.)

June 9-13 AM: Pixies and Pirates

Set sail for a faraway land where crocodiles and mermaids swim and Pirates and Pixies rule! Control the shadows with your imagination. Fly through the sky or dive deep below the water’s surface to create an adventure fit for a King or Queen. The story is yours to steer so come enjoy the journey. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A11 Tuition: $170

you can fly or travel at the speed of light! Work together with your imagination and bring to life every dramatic, comedic and melodramatic moment that happens in each superhero's day. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A12 Tuition: $170

Goodnight monsters everywhere enjoy this parody romp with its own special twist. “Goodnight tomb. Goodnight Goon. Goodnight Martians taking over the moon!” It’s bedtime in the cold gray tomb with a black lagoon, and two slimy claws and a couple of jaws and a skull and a shoe and a pot full of goo. But as these little werewolves settle down, in comes the Goon determined at all costs to run amok and not let any monster have his or her rest. A beloved classic gets a kind-hearted send up in this utterly monsterized parody. Working together, we will bring this silly parody (and others!) to life. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A14 Tuition: $170

What would you do if the game you were playing plopped you right into the action? Together we will read Jumanji – a story of magical journeys that come to life through a board game. Using this story as a springboard, students will create their own gaming adventure. We will explore story and character creation as well as scenery, costumes and props in this exciting adventure! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A16 Tuition: $170

PM: Abiyoyo

PM: Make a Wish

PM: Eeee-mergency

It's an E-mergency! The letter E took a tumble and the only way to get her back on her feet is for people to stop using her. But who can take her place? The other letters have to make a decision ASAP. Z is too sleepy and Y asks way too many questions. Ignite your imagination and come to E’s rescue! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P11 Tuition: $170

Magical characters like fairies and wizards help us imagine the world we want to live in, wish by wish. Students will hear wishing tales and let those stories inspire them to create an enchanted world that will be the setting for an original play the students will dream up and act out collaboratively. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P12 Tuition: $170

PM: Kids in Space

3… 2…1…Blast off to the moon! Space aliens, new planets and charting new territories – all things await in space. Join forces with your fellow space travellers to go where no kid has gone before! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P14 Tuition: $170

When creatures like Abiyoyo hike in from the hills, the people of the town must join together. Inventing solutions to problems created by monsters, giants and other unexpected guests, we will create our own stories and bring them to life onstage. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P16 Tuition: $170

July 28-August 1 AM: Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!

June 23-27 AM: Musical Jam!

July 14-18 AM: Seuss-O-Rama

June 16-20 AM: Super Kids to the Rescue!

“Help! The city is in danger. Who will save us?” Join forces with fellow crime fighters and you may just save the day! Discover that

Explore the world of musical theatre. Your favorite songs, scenes and characters come to life in this energetic camp. Our emphasis will be on the wonderful world of body, mind, voice and imagination. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A13 Tuition: $170
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Cat in the Hat, Horton, The Grinch and more….Welcome to Dr. Seuss Central, the place where classic books, beloved characters and more Seuss-ical fun come to life through your imagination. Working together, we will make these stories your own. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A15 Tuition: $170

It's time to put our own zany spin on this classic tale by L. Frank Baum. Let's get a little bit Wicked and a whole lot of Oz in this whirlwind of a story. Students will mix-up and re-imagine the classic and make it all their own. Students will explore story and character creation as well as scenery, costumes and props as we adventure together! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A17 Tuition: $170
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PM: Here Be Dragons

Theatre is a fantastic way to have adventures. Together actors will explore techniques to help them play the parts of dragons, princesses and other enchanted creatures. Will we venture through forests? To castles? To caves? To cottages? Imagination will weave our tale together and, of course, we’ll play games galore to practice acting technique along the way. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P17 Tuition: $170

mind, voice and imagination. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P18 Tuition: $170

June 16-20 AM: Musical Jam!

August 11-15 AM: Adventures of Isabel

August 4-8 AM: Puppets on Parade

In this hands-on experience, students will learn about different forms of puppetry and perform with their very own puppets each day! Explore how to be a puppeteer, a story creator and build a puppet to take home on the final day of camp. Great skill building and dramatic variety for the young performer. An excellent new set of theatrical skills! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A18 Tuition: $170

Meet Isabel, a remarkable girl (based on author Ogden Nash’s own daughter) who encounters four fearsome foes and doesn’t worry, scream or scurry. Courage, spunk and a lot of humor are all the elements you will need to create adventures of your own – defeating giants, witches and other threatening creatures along the way. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A19 Tuition: $170

Explore the world of musical theatre. Your favorite songs, scenes and characters come to life in this energetic camp. Our emphasis will be on the wonderful world of body, mind, voice and imagination. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A22 Tuition: $170

born in the state of Minnesota. Join us and grow your acting skills in your own backyard! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A24 Tuition: $170

PM: All Over the Map: The Geography of Movement

PM: Elemental Escapades

PM: The Recess Queen

PM: Musical Jam!

Explore the world of musical theatre. Your favorite songs, scenes and characters come to life in this energetic camp. Our emphasis will be on the wonderful world of the body,

Bullies, by nature, are an unforgettable lot, usually distinguished by their unreasonable tyranny over the classroom or jungle gym. If you've encountered one – well, then you know. In this camp, we’ll meet one particular tormentor on the playground: Jean is her name, and being mean is her game. Work together to shed new light on this mysterious bully and what can happen when a new kid shows no fear! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P19 Tuition: $170

It's time to harness the power of the elements! Using Earth, Air, Fire and Water, students will create their own elemental escapades developing characters and scenes to share as they control the elements. Students will explore story and character creation as well as scenery, costume and prop fun in this camp. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P22 Tuition: $170

In this camp, we will use our imagination to travel all over the globe! From the jungle to the desert to the cities and swamps, students will explore the elements of dance while learning about geography, maps and ecosystems Students will play games and create dances to reflect the concepts explored. Longitude and latitude, the compass rose, the layers of the rainforest and the water cycle are just a few of the ideas we will be exploring through dance. (No dance experience necessary.) Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P24 Tuition: $170

June 23-27 AM: The Adventures of Mercy Watson

July 14-18 AM: The Enchanted Island

Grades 2-3 (9:30am-12noon/1pm-3:30pm)
Denotes a camp with musical theatre elements

AM and PM sessions may be paired to create a full day. (Full day option includes a supervised lunch hour; please pack a lunch that does not contain nuts and does not require refrigeration or a microwave.)

Foiling a robber, driving a car, squeezing into a tutu—is there anything this wondrous pig won't do in her single-minded pursuit of treats, buttered toast or a rollicking fun time? And who knows what other adventures twinkle in her mischievous eyes? Work together to create this silly, exciting world and all the adventure it holds. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A23 Tuition: $170

Our imaginations will help fill in the details about the enchanted island that will be the magical land where our story will take place. As we study the elements of a story, including character, conflict and resolution we will imagine the people, problems and solutions we might encounter in the tropics. Will there be pirates? Mermaids? Monkeys? Come ashore with your ideas! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A25 Tuition: $170

PM: Alice in Wonderland

June 9-13 AM : Tales from the House of Bunnicula (based on the Vampire

PM: Miss Nelson is Missing

Bunny series) Lock up your veggies and get out your garlic—something wicked this way hops. Join Harold, Howie, Chester and Bunnicula for thrilling adventures—all based on these now classic tales such as The Celery Stalks at Midnight, Nighty-Nightmare, Return to Howliday Inn, Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow and more. Work together to bring these magical bunny tales to life! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A21 Tuition: $170

The children in Miss Nelson's class go beyond misbehaving; they are downright terrible! Near her wits' end, Miss Nelson thinks up a brilliant plan. The next day the kids have a substitute – the nasty Viola Swamp – who loads the boys and girls with homework and never gives them a story hour. Will Miss Nelson’s plan work? Will she return? Unravel the mysteries – find Miss Nelson – win the day! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P21 Tuition: $170
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Join us as we travel down the rabbit hole for this ‘curiouser and curiouser’ adventure – tea with the Mad Hatter, keeping your head with the Red Queen, making a friend who just can’t seem to stand still and more! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P23 Tuition: $170

PM: Jack, Annie and the Magic Tree

June 30- July 4 (no camp this week) July 7-11 AM: From the Heart of Minne-snow-ta

When Jack and Annie discover a mysterious tree house filled with books, they never dream that it will take them on exciting adventures full of mystery and magic! You might be whisked back to the prehistoric past, or travel in time to ancient Egypt and help a now long-dead queen solve a puzzle. There are so many adventures for us to discover together – join the fun! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P25 Tuition: $170

Our adventure takes place in the land of 10,000 lakes – the home of lady slipper flowers, butter statues and wild rice. In this camp we will dance like the Northern Lights and create stories inspired by characters

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July 21-25 AM: The Stinky Cheese Man (and Other Fairly Silly Tales)

PM: Nim’s Island

Develop skills in comedic acting, dance, prop and scenic creation as we explore the fractured fairy tales of Jon Scieszka’s Caldecott-winning book of the same title. Each day we read a new silly story. Then through games, art projects and songs we put our own twist on the tales. It all culminates with our final camp sharing of these silly fables such as The Tortoise and the Hair and The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A26 Tuition: $170

A girl. An iguana. An island. And e-mail. Meet Nim – a modern-day Robinson Crusoe! She can chop down bananas with a machete, climb tall palm trees and start a fire with a piece of glass. So she’s not afraid when her scientist dad sails off to study plankton for three days, leaving her alone on their island. Besides, she has an interesting new e-mail pal. But when her father’s cell phone calls stop coming and disaster seems near, Nim will need all her friends to help her. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P27 Tuition: $170

August 11-15 AM: Build A World (for the young

visual artist who also loves theatre) Are you a budding scenic designer? Using visual arts, students will transform our camp space into a completely different land and then create characters and stories to inhabit that land. This camp is perfect for students who are interested in set design or creative exploration through the visual arts. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A29 Tuition: $170

PM: Adventures of the Immortals

Gods, goddesses and magical creatures from classic myths have fascinated mortals through the ages. We will tickle our imaginations with old stories where magical chariots take awe-inspiring characters like Zeus and Athena or Odin and Thor on wild rides to fantastic places. Using theatre games we will learn the skills needed to share all of our magical powers with the audience. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P29 Tuition: $170

PM: Musical Jam!

Explore the world of musical theatre. Your favorite songs, scenes and characters come to life in this energetic camp. Our emphasis will be on the wonderful world of body, mind, voice and imagination. Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P26 Tuition: $170

August 4-8 AM: Charlotte’s Web

When young Fern rescues the runt of the litter and names the pig Wilber, a wondrous tale of the power of friendship is born. Join the adventure as we weave together what best friends can do! Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A28 Tuition: $170

Grades 4-6 (9am-12noon/1pm-4pm) (9am-4pm)
ALL SHOWS/TITLES SUBJECT TO CHANGE AM and PM sessions may be paired to create a full day. (Full day option includes a supervised lunch hour; please pack a lunch that does not contain nuts and does not require refrigeration or a microwave.) Denotes a camp with musical theatre elements

June 9-13 AM: The Ugly Truth

photo: Tom Sandelands

(Based on the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series) Like any other middle-schooler, Greg Heffley wishes that he could get older faster! He just didn't know about all the changes and responsibilities that came with it. And why didn't anyone warn him about the possible pratfalls of boy-girl parties? Is getting older really all it’s cracked up to be? Join us and find out what happens next. Time: 9am-12noon / Camp ID: A41 Tuition: $200

PM: The Hogwarts Library

Explore together all the inside information (real and not so real) that the Hogwarts Library holds! Stories already discovered on the shelf include Quidditch Through the Ages, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Tales of Beedle the Bard. What other tales will you discover? Your imagination and your powers will lead the way! Time: 1-4pm / Camp ID: P41 Tuition: $200

July 28-August 1 AM: Sorcerer School

PM: A Tale of Dark & Grimm

Imagine all of the things that might go wrong as students practice spells to transform objects and learn to fly on brooms. As we play games to learn acting technique, we will use our imaginations to develop all the elements of an original story about a young group of sorcerers and the problems they encounter. Young actors will quickly learn theatre vocabulary and apply what they've learned as they collaboratively create dialogue on their feet through improvisation. At our final camp meeting, we will share the scenes we have created. Time: 9:30am-12noon / Camp ID: A27 Tuition: $170

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photo: Tom Sandelands

In this mischievous and utterly original story, Hansel and Gretel walk out of their own story and into eight other classic Grimminspired tales. As the story unfolds, we follow the siblings through a forest brimming with menacing foes and learn the true story behind (and beyond) the bread crumbs, edible houses and outwitted witches. We will work together to bring their great adventures to life! Time: 1-3:30pm / Camp ID: P28 Tuition: $170

June 16-20 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Robin Hood Strikes Again

Robin Hood is back with a rowdy band of merry makers, and it’s a good thing because Sherwood Forest has never needed them more! Students will create and perform a reimagined version of the beloved Robin Hood tale with a twist. What does Sherwood Forest look like these days? Can they still outwit the Sheriff of Nottingham? And who is Robin Hood anyway? This is a camp designed for adventurous girls and boys. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F421 Tuition: $280

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June 16-27 Full Day (9am-4pm for two weeks): Madeline and the Gypsies

June 30-July 4: (no camp this week) July 7-11 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): The Jungle Book Revue

Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): The Invention of Hugo Cabret

This musical adaptation captures all the magic of Ludwig Bemelmans’ beloved 1959 book. When Madeline and her friend, Pepito, get lost during a visit to the carnival and end up being carried away by gypsies, their exciting adventures with a traveling circus begin! But poor Miss Clavel won’t rest until she has brought them safely home. This musical bursts with daring circus acts, songs and sweet silliness. Come get carried away by the gypsies!

This intensive is specifically designed for students who have demonstrated a commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Students work with like-minded peers and industry professionals in the creation of this musical to be performed on our Cohen Stage. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F422 Tuition: $430 Acceptance to this program is by audition only. To schedule an audition, please visit our website childrenstheatre.org or call 612.879.5685. Auditions: Tuesday, March 25 from 4:30-6:30pm Thursday, March 27 from 4:30-6:30pm Callbacks: Saturday, March 29 from 10-11:30am

June 23-27 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): The Misadventures of Maude March

The jungle is jumpin’ with jazz in our version of Disney’s The Jungle Book Revue. This musical revue will be adapted from the classic film and will include all your favorite Disney tunes, like “The Bare Necessities” and “I Wan’na Be Like You.” Our story begins with a human boy named Mowgli on the run from a ferocious tiger, Shere Khan, that has banished him from the jungle. Bagheera, the panther, hopes to guide Mowgli to the safety of the village, but Mowgli doesn’t want to leave the jungle. Along the way, the two meet a sinister snake named Kaa, a herd of elephants and a giant bear named Baloo, who teaches them the swingin’ musical rhythms of the jungle. After surviving a dangerous encounter with a band of monkeys led by King Louie, Mowgli and Bagheera are forced to run for their lives. When Shere Khan returns for battle, Mowgli bravely rallies the jungle creatures as they try to destroy Shere Khan and restore peace to the jungle. Not only will our young actors be singing songs from this exciting musical, but they will be acting and dancing too! What’s more fun than creating characters from a favorite Disney Musical? Performing them! Join us for this jumpin’ and swingin’ jungle adventure! Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F44 Tuition: $280

Orphan, clock keeper and thief, Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station where his survival depends on secrets and anonymity. But when his world suddenly interlocks with an eccentric, bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station, Hugo's undercover life, and his most precious secrets—a cryptic drawing, a treasured notebook, a stolen key, a mechanical man and a hidden message from Hugo's dead father—are put in jeopardy. Join us as we stage this intricate and spellbinding tale. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F452 Tuition: $280

July 21-August 10 (GRADES 5-8) Full Day
(9am-4pm for three weeks)

July 21-25 AM: Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Junior Intensive: Dear Edwina Jr.

Director: Ed Williams Jr.

Using Percy's thrilling adventures with Greek gods and monsters as our springboard, we will create our own original play with a mash-up of characters from Percy Jackson’s imagination, other gods, monsters and magic creatures, all while we refine techniques from our actor’s toolbox (voice, face and body). Time: 9am-12noon / Camp ID: A46 Tuition: $200

PM: Wrinkle in Time

Dear Edwina Jr. follows the adventures of plucky advice-giver extraordinaire Edwina Spoonapple as she directs the neighborhood kids in a series of buoyant production numbers as part of the latest edition of her weekly "Advice-A-Palooza" extravaganza. Told through a show-within-a-show format, Edwina and her friends share wisdom on everything from trying new foods to making friends. This intensive is specifically designed for students at the middle school level who have a demonstrated commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Students work with like-minded peers and industry professionals in the creation of a musical to be performed on our Cargill Stage. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F56 uition: $450

Eleven-year-old Sallie March is a whip-smart tomboy and voracious reader of Western adventure novels. When she and her sister Maude escape their self-serving guardians for the wilds of the frontier, they begin an adventure the likes of which Sallie has only read about. This time however, the "wanted woman" isn't a dime-novel villain, it's Sallie's very own sister! What follows is not the lies the papers printed, but the honest-togoodness truth of how two sisters went from being orphans to being outlaws—and lived to tell the tale! Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F43 Tuition: $280

July 14-18 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Broadway Rocks

You can’t stop the rhythm in our voices or the beat deep down in our bones as we pay tribute to the great Broadway Rock ‘n Roll Musicals. From Journey to Duncan Shiek to the Beach Boys to Cyndi Lauper, we will cover all the decades of Rock on the Great White Way. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F451 Tuition: $280

It’s a dark and stormy night when Megan Murray, her young brother Charles Wallace, and their friend Calvin are summoned by strange, mystical and outlandish creatures – Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which – to help find their father who unexpectedly disappeared while experimenting with time travel. Can they defeat the forces of evil as they search for their father throughout the universe? Is there really a wrinkle in the space-time continuum? Join us as we bring this story to life and create our own adventure in time and space! Time 1-4pm / Camp ID: P46 Tuition: $200

Acceptance to this program is by audition only. To schedule an audition, please visit our website childrenstheatre.org or call 612.879.5685. Auditions: Tuesday, March 25 from 4:30-6:30pm Thursday, March 27 from 4:30-6:30pm Callbacks: Saturday, March 29 from 11:30-2pm Performances: August 8 & 9 at 7pm August 9 & 10 at 3pm

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photo: Tom Sandelands

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July 28-August 1 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Sing Out on Stage

You’re the star—writer, composer, and actor—and there’s nothing like collaboration to make you want to sing out! This unique camp brings out the writer, composer and performer in each student and pushes them to invent in a safe and creative environment. Designed for those who love theatre games, performance and the creative process, students will write their own scripts, music and lyrics in a collaborative environment, and perform it themselves as part of a cohesive ensemble—while still having moments to shine! No playwriting or composition background is required. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F47 Tuition: $280

August 4-15 Full Day (9am-4pm for two weeks): On the Silver Screen

Grades 6-8 (9am-12noon/1pm-4pm) (9am-4pm)
ALL SHOWS/TITLES SUBJECT TO CHANGE AM and PM sessions may be paired to create a full day. (Full day option includes a supervised lunch hour; please pack a lunch that does not contain nuts and does not require refrigeration or a microwave.) Denotes a camp with musical theatre elements

Travel with us in a time machine to a time when movies that used physical comedy and melodrama changed the face of entertainment forever. Working together, we will weave words and broad physical comedy, songs and improvisation to create an original performance. Imagine Jack Black and Lisa Simpson getting mixed up in a time machine! Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F48 Tuition: $430

June 9-13 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Let’s Go… Into the Woods

Using scenes and songs from Sondheim’s Broadway hit Into the Woods, students will bring to life famous fairy tale characters such as Cinderella, Jack and Rapunzel as their stories collide and intersect in this exhilarating musical theatre classic. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F61 Tuition: $280

photo: Tom Sandelands

June 16-20 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Newspaper Theatre

Tuesday night. Even if she does appreciate Dave, who was in a punk band when he was alive, nothing exciting ever happens. That is, until one of the group’s members is mysteriously destroyed by a silver bullet. With Nina (determined to prove that vamps aren't useless or weak) and Dave (secretly in love with Nina) at the helm, join this group of misfit vampires as they band together to track down the hunter, save a werewolf, and keep the world safe from the likes of themselves. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F63 Tuition: $280

June 30-July 4: (no camp this week) July 7-11 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Musical Theatre Intensive: Sondheim, Schwarz and Schoenberg

Special Offering: August 11-15 Full Day (9am-3pm for one week): CULTURE CAMP (Ages 6-11)

If you want to bring your imagination to life – creating characters, inventing new worlds – Culture Camp is your kind of place! Working with teaching artists, you will create a play, dance to your heart’s content and give shape to your wonder. Spend one whole day immersed in the world of each of Culture Camp’s five partner arts organizations: Children's Theatre Company, In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minnesota Center for Book Arts and Zenon Dance School. 2014 Themes (subject to change): Mythical Pets and Their Friends for ages 6-7 You Can Change the World for ages 8-9 All Over the Map for ages 10-11 Friends and family are invited to a presentation at each location every day at 2:45pm. Participants must provide their own transportation to each institution and bring a bag lunch each day. Limited scholarships available. To receive an application, contact Lucy Hawthorne at Minnesota Center for Book Arts at 612.215.2549 or lhawthorne@mnbookarts.org. Time: 9am-3pm Tuition: $275 ($250 for members of participating organizations)

Ripped straight from the headlines! Participants will take events from various news sources and turn them into performance pieces ranging from comedic to poignant to absurd. We will explore methods from innovative creators such as Augusto Boal, the Living Newspaper and Bread and Puppet Theater. In addition to performing in this adventure, participants will also use newspaper to build puppets, props and scenic elements to enhance our creations. Especially designed for those who want to understand what’s going on in their world/ state/city/neighborhood and use art to address it. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F62 Tuition: $280

Join us as we delve into musicals from the “New Golden Age!” The musicals of the 1980s and 1990s brought spectacle back to the Broadway stage. Together we'll create an exciting revue inspired by the many themes of these exhilarating musical stylings! Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F64 Tuition: $280

June 23-27 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): The Reformed Vampire Support Group

July 14-25 Full Day (9am-4pm for two weeks): iMyth: Contemporary Greek Mythology

Think vampires are exciting and powerful? Think again. Vampires are dead. And unless they want to end up staked, they have to give up fanging people, admit their addiction, join a support group and reform themselves. Nina Harrison, fanged at fifteen and still living with her mother, hates the Reformed Vampire Support Group meetings every

If you have loved the many books and movies based on Greek mythology then this camp is for you. Students will create a play based on the characters and myths of ancient Greece – Zeus, Athena, Poseidon, Aphrodite, and more – and imagine them in a contemporary world. What if Zeus lost the power of thunder? What if Athena decided to audition for The Voice? What if Poseidon’s GPS failed him? How would the Greeks do in our highly digital world? Our adventure will combine singing
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and scene work – culminating in an epic performance! Time 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F65 Tuition: $430

Grades 7-12 Special Summer Offerings June 9-13 - Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Creating Theatre for the Very Young
Students will collaborate with composer/lyricist Marya Hart and playwright/choreographer Matt Jenson to create an original theatre piece to be performed for 3-5 year olds. Using a blend of music, theatre, dance and puppetry, we will create a show like Sesame Street (or Avenue Q with all of the fun, but none of the grown-up parts). On our final day of camp, we will bring our show to a neighborhood early childhood center (giving the little ones a chance to meet the puppets and enjoy the story) in the morning and then perform it for friends and family in the afternoon. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F71 Tuition: $280

July 28-August 1 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): A Moment in the Spotlight

photo: Tom Sandelands

Working together, we will create a performance where everyone gets their moment in the spotlight. Using material from contemporary to traditional Broadway musicals, each performer will have their moment to shine. Time 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F671 Tuition: $280

July 7-11 - Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Dance Intensive

July 28-August 8 Full Day (9am-4pm for two weeks): Shakespearean Death Scenes

Nobody does pain and death quite like the Bard. Through the exploration of the tragic downfalls of Shakespeare's greatest heroes to the comical falls of his blundering fools, this experience is designed to guide young actors through the world and works of Shakespeare while exploring the whole span of comic violence to dramatic death. Join us as we explore the verbal and physical heightened moments of the Bard. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F672 Tuition: $430

PM: Audition Workshop

August 4-8 AM: The Green Project

Breaking apart the audition process step by step, students will be given material specifically tailored to their personalities and acting strengths. In workshop format, students learn to analyze, dissect, prepare and present two contrasting monologues. This intensive workshop is specifically designed for students who have demonstrated a commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Great preparation for school and for professional auditions! Time: 1-4pm / Camp ID: P68 Tuition: $200

Join us for a dance explosion! Engaging in intensive conditioning, ballet barre, center and across the floor work, students will explore technical training at a whole new level. We’ll then move into choreography exploration from exciting classic and contemporary Broadway shows that cover jazz, hip hop and tap styles. Students will master challenging dances and perform them on the final day of camp. Prerequisite: Broadway Dance or similar training Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F74 Tuition: $280

August 11-15 PM : Improvisation (Down and Dirty) Boot Camp with Jen Scott

Five days of intense, fast paced improvisation workshops for those who want a total immersion into the challenge and creative freedom of improvisation. Think faster, make strong choices and increase your confidence as you learn to trust your instincts. Down and Dirty works well for both beginning and experienced performers. Time: 1-4pm / Camp ID: P79 Tuition: $200

If you love making original theatre and care about the environment, this is the camp for you! Using recycled materials, we will build a performance that will leave a small carbon footprint and a large impression on the audience. We will begin by exploring traditional techniques in making performances and then expand to the use of non-traditional texts, as well as introducing participants to techniques in object theatre, puppetry and visual theatre. Together, students will create content centered on the environment and how humans impact it. Our work will culminate with an original performance that will challenge the notion of theatre being a wasteful art. Time: 9am-12noon / Camp ID: A68 Tuition: $200

August 11-15 AM: Musical Theatre Audition Workshop

Grades 9-12 (9am-12noon/1pm-4pm) (9am-4pm)
ALL SHOWS/TITLES SUBJECT TO CHANGE AM and PM sessions may be paired to create a full day. (Full day option includes a supervised lunch hour; please pack a lunch that does not require refrigeration or a microwave.) Denotes a camp with musical theatre elements

Breaking apart the musical theatre audition process step by step, students will be given material specifically tailored to their personalities, acting “types” and voices. In workshop format, each student will be given one-on-one time with the teacher to analyze, dissect, prepare and present two contrasting audition pieces. This intensive workshop is specifically designed for students who have demonstrated a commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Great preparation for school and for professional auditions! Time: 9am-12noon / Camp ID: A69 Tuition: $200
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June 9-13 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Physical Theatre Bootcamp

This five day intensive will open up new possibilities for the actor and their most precious instrument: the body. This survey of body-centric practices will explore viewpoints, clowning, mask, dance-theatre, and more! Our focus will be for participants to become more aware of their bodies,

the physical choices they make for the characters they play onstage and learn to approach performance with a toolbox full of options. Be ready to sweat and think outside of the box! Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F91 Tuition: $280
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June 16-20 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): The 11th (One story from 9/11)

July 7-11 Master Class: Acting Technique
Designed to challenge young actors to sharpen and refine their acting technique and performance skills. Because we are structured as a master class, there will be no final sharing as removing the pressure of an audience allows our students to focus on honing their skills for use in future performances and allows the faculty to focus on each student’s development. This intensive class is specifically designed for students who have a demonstrated commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Time: 11am-3pm / Camp ID: M94 Tuition: $240

9/11 changed the world – did it change you? Bring the events of that day to life as they unfold. Our work will capture the experiences of a diverse group of individuals – each with a story to tell of how their world was forever changed by a day that began so simply and ended so tragically. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F92 Tuition: $280

August 11-15 AM: Dance Boot Camp with Michael Matthew Ferrell

PM: Vocal Boot Camp with Joey Clark

June 23-27 Full Day (9am-4pm for one week): Emerging Performers Cabaret

Musical theatre performers often cut their teeth performing in cabarets in New York City. This in-depth, advanced-level performance experience is for serious students of musical theatre. Working in music, comedy, song and drama, students will have the opportunity to work on musical theatre solos, small group numbers of their choice or meet with the instructor to choose material together. In workshop format, we will explore each piece of material as we craft professional, daring, show-stopping performances. This intensive will culminate in a cabaret-style performance aimed at sharing each performer’s personal voice in an intimate environment with the audience. Time: 9am-4pm / Camp ID: F93 Tuition: $280

Focusing on the essential dance styles of ballet, jazz and modern, the goal of this weeklong bootcamp is to give students the tools to develop a well-rounded dance vocabulary and to develop the stamina to handle the rehearsal process. Dancers will be exposed to a range of disciplines of movement with a focus on the technical ability, style and physical expression demanded by the leading professional choreographers. Get ready for the next steps in your dance. Time: 9am-12noon / Camp ID: A99 Tuition: $200

July 14-August 17 Full Day (10am-5pm for five weeks): Senior Intensive: bare
Director: Debra Baron Musical Director: John Lynn With a pulsating rock score, bare explores the intimate relationships between a group of high school seniors at a co-ed Catholic boarding school. Navigating the complex road from adolescence to adulthood, they discover the path to their identity, sexuality and faith in these contemporary times.

A five day immersion into five genres of singing: Jazz, Classical, Rock/Pop, Musical Theatre and R&B. This intensive provides a safe, relaxed, fun and encouraging environment to explore parts of your voice you never even knew you had. We will experiment with new styles of singing while studying the techniques and tricks of recording artists and stage performers. In our quest to find passionate personal connections to your songs and with your audience, each vocalist will have the opportunity to work as part of an ensemble and as a soloist. Time: 1-4pm / Camp ID: P99 Tuition: $200

Extended Care Option

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To make your child’s camp experience easier than ever, Children’s Theatre Company is pleased to offer our convenient Extended Care option to daily camp participants. Through a partnership with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, when your child attends a camp at any one of our facilities, they are eligible to participate in our Extended Care Program. For children entering kindergarten and older, you have the option to arrive at camp before your camp begins or have your child stay after camp has ended. While your child is here, they will be able to participate in free play and organized activities with Children’s Theatre Company’s celebrated education staff. • Morning extended care begins at 8am until camp begins at either 9am or 9:30am. • Afternoon extended care begins at 3:30pm and ends at 5:30pm. Payment: There are two options for extended care payment allowing greater flexibility for you! • Day-By-Day: Pay when you arrive and choose between a Morning or Afternoon Session or both! $10/per session – Please note only payments of exact change or check will be accepted when purchased on-site. • Weekly Pass (Monday-Friday): You can purchase a morning or afternoon pass for $28; or You can make use of both morning and afternoon care for $55. These passes will be available for purchase online at childrenstheatre.org, at CTC's Ticket Office, or when you drop your child off. You can use your chosen pass service (morning, afternoon, or both) as many times as you need during that specific week. * Extended Care will not be offered the week of June 30 - July 4. ** Parents who pay on-site will be required to complete an emergency contact form at that time.

June 30-July 4: (no camp this week)

This intensive is specifically designed for students at the high school level who have a demonstrated commitment to their craft as performers and display a positive attitude in their work. Students work with like-minded peers and industry professionals in the creation of a musical to be performed on our Cargill Stage. Please note this script contains strong language and adult themes. Time: 10am-5pm / Camp ID: F95 Tuition: $480

Acceptance to this program is by audition only. To schedule an audition, please visit childrenstheatre.org or call 612.879.5685. Auditions: Tuesday, March 25 from 4:00-6:30pm Thursday, March 27 from 4:00-6:30pm
photo: Tom Sandelands

Callbacks: Saturday, March 29 from 2:30-6:30pm Performances: August 15 & 16 at 7pm August 16 & 17 at 3pm

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TAT Policies
a full refund.

Refunds/ Cancellation • If you cancel before April 8, you will receive • If you cancel less than one week before
the camp begins, no refund or credit will be issued. • Fees for camps cannot be transferred to other sessions. • Camps, faculty and schedule are subject to change.

Online (Suggested Method) Please visit the Education, Classes and Camps section of our website at childrenstheatre.org By Phone

How to Register

Call 612.874.0400 with a credit card number and expiration date ready. We accept Mastercard/Visa, Discover and American Express.

Tuition

By Mail

Tuition must be paid in full at least one week prior to the beginning of each camp. We accept check, credit card, or money order. A two payment option is available only when using a credit card. This option is only available by mail or phone. See registration form for details.

Registration Form can be found on the opposite page. Mail your Registration Form with check enclosed made out to: Children’s Theatre Company - Ticket Office 2400 Third Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55404

Camp Sizes

RECEIVE 15% OFF of your tuition cost if you are a CTC Season Subscriber. Receive 10% off of your tuition cost if you have registered for more than one camp or more than one student in your family registered for camp.
A $100 discount is also available for one TAT camp if your child has performed in one of CTC's professional shows either in the Cargill or on the UnitedHealth Group Stage within 12 months of the closing date of that show. Cannot be combined with any other discounts, including subscriber discount.

Camp sizes are limited to ensure the best possible learning environment for your student. Please register early to ensure a spot, as registrations are held on a first paid basis. All camps are subject to cancellation prior to camp start if minimum enrollment is not met.

Supervision / Pick Up

TAT supervision ends at the end of each session. Students 9 years and older will wait at CTC’s Stage Door entrance to be picked up. Students 4 to 8 years must be dropped off and picked up from their classroom.

Dance & Movement Attire

Students should wear clothing that is easy to move in and that won't inhibit movement. The more clearly the teacher can see the student’s body joints, the more easily the teacher can give the student technical feedback. Dressing in layers is a good idea, but wearing a lot of bulky clothing makes it difficult to give feedback. It can be a bit cool in the studio at the beginning of camp and very warm by the end, so please be prepared to shed extra clothing as we go along. Hair should be pulled back and off the student’s face. Please remove all large or dangling jewelry prior to camp to prevent injuries.

Shoes:

Most dance camps require bare feet unless otherwise noted. For ballet, tap or jazz camps, please wear the appropriate shoes for that style of dance. Students are encouraged to dance barefoot during creative movement camps. If you have questions about what to wear, ask your instructor or the TAT office.

Summer 2014 Ages 4-5

Table Of Contents

June 9 - August 15, 2014 1-2 2-4 4-7 7-10

Registration Form Summer 2014
Student’s Name Address City · State · Zip Code Home Phone Student Email (grades 7-12 only) Parent/Legal Guardian Day Phone Address Evening Phone
(if different from above)

Date of Birth Age

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Ages K-1

Grades 2-3 Grades 4-6 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12

11-13 13-15 15 16 17

Extended Care Option Registration Form

City·State·Zip Code Cell Phone Parent/Legal Guardian Email (required) Camp Title Camp Title Camp Title Camp Title Camp ID Camp ID Camp ID Camp ID Dates Dates Dates Dates Tuition Tuition Tuition Tuition

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A Note from Debra

Dreaming about your next great summer adventure? To help bring dreams to life for all children in our community, CTC has created the ACT Pass – our new program to bridge the economic realities of low income families. Eligible ACT Pass-holders are offered opportunities for deeply discounted tickets, classes and camps. To apply or learn more, simply visit our website (childrenstheatre.org). We heaRd you! Last summer our shift to offering camps to grades K-2 and grades 2-3 was a hit but needed a little refinement. This summer, based on suggestions from our families, we have decided to make a slight adjustment and offer camps for those entering grades K-1 and for grades 2-3 with the same great full day option. We also added a small musical note to alleviate the confusion about which camps feature musical theatre components and which do not. This summer, our students will be bringing to life Dear Edwina Jr. (Jr Intensive) and bare (Sr Intensive). Auditions will be held this spring and both will be performed this summer on the Cargill Stage. Check our website (childrenstheatre.org) for audition information. Don’t just imagine the wonder – make it real.

of your tuition cost if you have checked the box below. Only one discount can be applied to an individual camp. I am a CTC Season Subscriber. of your tuition cost if you have checked either of the boxes below. Only one discount can be applied to an individual camp. I have registered for more than one camp this session. I have more than one student from my family registered for camp this session.

RECEIVE 15% OFF

Tax Deductible Scholarship Contribution (optional)

TOTAL

A CTC T-Shirt is included in camp tuition cost.
Please indicate the size you would like:
Child’s X- Small Child’s Small Childs Medium Child’s Large Child’s X- Large Adult Small Adult Medium

RECEIVE 10% OFF

Adult Large Adult X-Large

TWO PAYMENT OPTION:
Debra Baron Theatre Arts Training Director

Scholarship Program

If using a credit card 50% of the total cost can be charged at the time of registration and the remaining 50% will be charged four weeks later or one week prior to the first day of camp, whichever comes first. Please check box to take advantage of this offer.

A $100 discount is also available for one TAT camp if your child has performed in one of CTC’s professional shows either in the Cargill Theatre or on the Unitedhealth Group Stage within 12 months of the closing date of that show. Cannot be combined with any other discounts, including subscriber discount.

CTC is committed to a future when our theatre is a home for all people for all families – a true reflection of our community. To that end, CTC has created the ACT Pass – our new program to bridge the economic arts gap. As an ACT Pass-holder you automatically qualify (subject to availability) for a Theatre Arts Training scholarship for classes and camps. If you have any questions about the ACT Pass, please contact: Deb Girdwood, Access and Special Programs Manager at 612.872.5188 or send a note to access@childrenstheatre.org. If you have a question about scholarships, please contact Debra Baron at 612.879.5699 or send a note to dbaron@childrenstheatre.org.

FORM OF PAYMENT
Check Visa/Mastercard American Express Discover Money Order Credit Card # Exp. Date Signature
We recommend that you make a copy of the registration form for your records before submitting. Camp registration is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation from the Ticket Office. All camps are first-paid, first-served.

You can also register online at childrenstheatre.org or call 612.874.0400.

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