Looking for a fun way to keep your children unplugged this summer? FIU Theatre’s SUMMER THEATRE CAMP is the answer! Your child will develop valuable social skills, boost their confidence, and explore their creative side…all while having TONS OF FUN.
This summer, our camp returns IN PERSON! We will follow all CDC and Panthers Protecting Panthers safety guidelines, including the use of masks by all campers and staff as well as social distancing.
We have also expanded the length of the program. For the first time ever, our summer camp will last three full weeks!
If you have any questions about any of our camps or would like to reserve your slot today, please contact Judy Litt at 305-720-7919 or email@example.com.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What will they be doing at camp?
In the mornings, campers will participate in theatre classes focusing on storytelling, voice, movement, music, and improvisation. In the afternoons, they will put all of the elements together to create, rehearse, and perform their original, self-written play which they will present to family and friends on the final day of the camp.
In addition to theatre activities, campers will also go on field trips around the FIU campus and beyond. Some of the field trips include a backstage tour of the Wertheim Performing Arts Center, an off-site trip to Pinecrest Gardens, and a visit from Perez Art Museum’s Art in the Hood. All field trips and activities will be at no extra charge to campers.
Who can attend?
Our camp is open to all children ages 6-13 with no previous acting or theatre experience necessary.
When is the camp?
Camp runs weekdays, Monday, July 12 through Friday, July 30 on FIU’s main campus on our Main Stage located in the Wertheim Performing Arts Complex. Camp hours are 9:00 AM-4:00 PM with aftercare available until 6 PM at a nominal additional cost. Our annual camp showcase is tentatively planned for Friday, July 30, so please mark your calendar!
How much does it cost?
The fee for the camp is $525 for the three (3) weeks along with a $25 registration fee. Aftercare is available from 4 PM-6 PM for an additional $40 per week which includes snacks, water, and all materials. Campers are responsible for their own lunch.
Will there be any safety guidelines in place for COVID-19?
Yes, our camp will follow all CDC and Panthers Protecting Panthers safety guidelines including the use of masks by all staff and campers, social distancing, and frequent hand hygiene.
How do I register? Contact Judy Litt Pine at 305-348-0548 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or any questions you may have and to reserve your spot.