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Forefront Arts "How to Eat Like A Child" Drama Camp (ages 6-14)
"HOW TO EAT LIKE A CHILD" PERFORMANCE CAMP
Join Forefront Arts for an exciting week of Drama Camp that will include creative play, drama games, improvisation, and rehearsing for the big show on Friday!
About the Show...
"How to Eat Like a Child" is a hilarious musical crash course on the essential skills of childhood. Cast members give lessons in such subjects as how to beg for a dog, how to torture your sister, how to act after being sent to your room, and how to laugh hysterically! Song titles include “I Feel Sick”, “We Refuse to Fall Asleep”, and “Why Should A Child Have to Walk?” With group numbers, solo songs and speaking parts for those who are comfortable, there’s something in this show for every young performer!
Campers will get to experience the entire production rehearsal process: auditions to find the perfect role for each student, blocking rehearsals, character development, memorizing lines, music and dance rehearsals, and finally, performing the show for an audience of family and friends!
In addition to rehearsing the show campers will play fun theatre games, learn warm-ups, and do crafts. The camp will expose students to many aspects of live theatre including movement, music, blocking, theatrical makeup, and set and costume design. Both novice and experienced performers are welcome. We’ll work and play hard all week and perform a great show on Friday for family and friends.
Dates: July 30-August 3
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: $250, $225 for additional siblings
"How to Eat Like A Child" will be performed at St James on Friday, August 3 at 7 pm. Campers will need to return to the church by 6:30 to prepare for the performance.
|Where||St. James United Methodist Church 4400 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30342|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||9:00 am–3:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Everyone, Kids, Families|
|Price||$250, $225 additional siblings|
More About St. James United Methodist Church
St. James United Methodist Church has a rich heritage of reaching out to the community that extends back to its founding in 1956. The church, though small, has a place for everyone, with ministries for children, young adults, and seniors. Wednesday evening Bible studies are preceded by a group supper.