FIU THEATRE VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMPS
FIU Theatre Camps are going virtual! Join us this summer for a fun experience that will awaken your child’s imagination and give them confidence in their creativity.
In addition to our regular summer camp offering, we’re expanding to new camps creating more opportunities for kids of all ages, interests, and experience levels!
With everyone’s safety in mind, all of our camps are on Zoom this summer.
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.
Open to all children, ages 6 – 13
July 13 – 24, 2020
Our Acting and Writing camp gives children ages 6-13 the opportunity to explore their creative side, develop valuable social skills, and boost their confidence…all while having TONS OF FUN!
The camp runs for two weeks, this year virtually on Zoom.
During the first week, campers meet for a half-day program, from 9 am-Noon. They will take classes focusing on storytelling, voice, movement, music, and improvisation.
During the second week, they meet in the mornings and also for two hours in the afternoon to begin working on original monologues and short scenes. This culminates in a final performance that is open to families and the public.
Open to middle school and high school students
June 15 – 26, 2020
Discover how theatrical designers, Disney Imagineers, and TV/Film production designers use the principles of art and design to bring their visions to life. Campers will be introduced to scenic, costume, lighting, and sound design with hands-on activities in each area. You’ll also do a lot of drawing and sketching and learning about the principles of design.
Join us and make the things you imagine come to life!
The camp will meet for two weeks in the afternoons from Noon – 4 pm. All sessions will be online via Zoom.
Required materials: drawing paper, blank printer paper, pencil, eraser, colored pencils, scissors, basic art supplies, and access to a printer to print provided materials.
Open to high school students
June 15 – July 15 (excluding July 3)
Our new Musical Theatre Camp will offer campers the opportunity to find their voice and grow as musical theatre performers.
Along with frequent vocal lessons, campers will take classes on truthfully acting the song, taking care of their voices, understanding musical theatre song styles, and developing dynamic movement.
Additionally, campers will learn valuable audition skills to help them get accepted to college programs or book roles in musicals. They will learn about choosing great audition material, making strong 16 bar cuts, and self-taping their video auditions.
The camp will conclude with self-taped mock auditions that will be reviewed by the faculty. Students will receive written feedback on their strengths and areas to focus on as they continue to grow.
The camp will meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1 – 3 pm, along with some additional individual coaching sessions. All sessions will be online via Zoom.