Summer Camps 2019
Central Wisconsin’s Children’s Theatre invites you to join one of our Summer Camps! This is an exciting and creative environment to engage with specific theatre skills, a community of dedicated educators and peers, and the structured process of developing and sharing final productions. In partnership with RE:THEATRE, the Summer Intensive’s core team will guide students in fun learning activities and the creative theatre-making process through both small and large group settings. Each day, students will rotate through a series of classes that focus on acting, singing, dancing, and theatre-making, all through an educational and production lens. The final day of the Summer Intensive will culminate in a final performance where the students can showcase their learning.
August 5-9, 9am-3pm
Ready… Set… lets make a show! Whether your child has been onstage a dozen times or is the star of your living room concert venue, this camp is one your star will not want to miss. Through a creative and supportive environment, elementary-aged students will engage with the actor’s toolbox (gesture, facial expression, body language), listening/repetition, and ensemble storytelling to create their own original jukebox musical. Each student will perform two large group numbers and two small group numbers, as well as have the opportunity help write an all original script with the guidance of some amazing artists.
July 22-26, 9am-3pm
Divided into two groups (6-8 grade and 9-12 grade), middle and high school students will dig into today’s hottest musical theatre performances and technique. Through scene/song analysis, dance/vocal technique, and ensemble work students will unlock the most interesting aspects of performance with shows such as Be More Chill, Dear Evan Hansen, The Prom, and so much more. Each student will perform in a large group number and two small group numbers, as well as have the opportunity to audition for solos/duets. If you’re ready to take your performance to the next level, you can’t afford to miss out on this fantastic opportunity!
Lead Professional Teaching Artists
Originally from Wisconsin, Lindsay Kujawa is an educator and dramaturg currently based in Seattle. In 2009, she founded Introspect Arts, a fine arts company comprised of individuals under 25 who created, produced and performed original art in an effort to inspire community dialogue. Since she has moved to the PNW she has pursued her passion of telling and creating stories that encourage empathy through her work onstage and in the classroom at organizations including The 5th Avenue Theatre, Intiman Theatre and Village Theatre. Currently, she is the Artistic Director of RE:THEATRE and host of the podcast “Flipping The Script.
Kate Jaeger is a Seattle-based actor, director, educator, and improviser. Favorite roles include: Ursula in The Little Mermaid (Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre), Audrey in As You Like It (Wooden O), and Madame Thénardier in Les Misérables (Village Theatre). As an educator, she has worked with Intiman, Jet City Improv, Village Theatre, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. Kate has directed for Seattle Children’s Theatre, Book-It, ArtsWest, Young Playwrights Program (ACT Theatre), 14/48 and Village Theatre.
To Register Please Call 715-842-4416