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Pistarckle Theater Offers Summer Camps

April 18, 2009 – Pistarckle Theater will offer two summer youth camps and an auditioning class during May through August.
May 25-29 – Art of Auditioning will be held from 3:30-6:30 p.m. the cost is $55. This class could be your ticket to a great part in the summer show. Learn from industry professionals the tricks of the trade to land a call back and the role you want. The class is taught by Marc Fellnererez.
May 29 – Registration for Summer Camp will be 7 p.m. Hear the stories that inspired the summer musical “Just So,” as told by Kwabena Davis.
Production Camp I – June 8-12
A five-week program ending with a full scale musical production. Take a walk on the wild side in “Just So,” a magical musical based on Rudyard Kipling’s stories. Discover how the elephant got its trunk, how the leopard got its spots and how the rhino got its skin.
Leadership Camp II – July 20 through Aug. 14.
Larry Bryant is back by popular demand. Students will create an original piece based on the Civil Rights and Feminism movements. Great effort is made to create an environment where students are encouraged to view themselves as intrinsic to the creative process: writing, designing, directing and producing new work that stretches their ideas of what theater can be. The program incorporates a high level of group empowerment and collaboration as well as physical and mental concentration.
Sponsored by Innovative, VICA and LEPC.

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