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Elkhart Civic Theatre (574) 848-5853

Announces ECTeam Youth Theatre P.O. Box 252


2015 Summer Camps Bristol, IN 46507

We are excited to bring you another of our


annual Theatre Camps!
Students ages 8-18 have the opportunity to come
develop their acting skills in a daily
fun summer setting.
Camp dates: June 8-20 (8:00– noon)
Performances June 19 & 20 at Bristol Opera House

STORYTELLER’S THEATRE (ages 8-11)

Directed by Annette Kaczanowski


Designed for our younger actors, this camp will help develop
stage presence, characterization, and vocal projection.

**DISCOUNT Available for more than one student


Students will showcase what they have learned at our
performances, held June 19 & 20 at the Bristol Opera House.

Enrolled in a family! First student: $109


Additional family members: $89 each
MUSICAL THEATRE FAST TRACK (Ages 12-18)

Get ready for the most hilarious Directed by Mary Norwood


Wedding of the year—hillbilly style!
The bride is at the altar, the guests
have arrived—but where is the
groom? Don’t miss this fun show!
Camp dates:
June 8-20 (8:00– noon)
Performances June 19 & 20

*Pre-camp Meeting & Audition *


Monday June 1, 6:30pm

There is room for only 40 students - don’t miss out!


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