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ZACH Theatre Camps
In addition to ongoing classes, ZACH’s popular camps are held during Holidays, Spring Break and all through the Summer. Camps are full-day weekly sessions for ages 5-13. Each week, campers can experience a unique theme exploring the theatre world through acting, song and dance, comedy improv, theatre games and more. ZACH teachers are theatre professionals and caring educators who provide a fun and collaborative theatre arts experience for children of all backgrounds.
SPRING BREAK March 11-15
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. | extended care available
Registration available now!
FAIRY TALE PLAYERS
Age 5 - Kindergarten
Students jump inside their favorite fairy tales. Using art projects, creative movement and imaginative play, students will explore new possibilities within well-loved stories. Families and friends are invited on the last day of class to see an original tall tale created by the students.
Grades 1-6 | Students divided into age-appropriate groups
Make a movie with ZACH and Film Kids! Students will rotate through a series of classes in Improv, Design and Acting for the Camera as they prepare to make a world premiere short film to be shared on the last day of class.
What to Bring
Students should dress in clothes they can easily move in. Please pack a healthy lunch, snack and water bottle.
Campers are divided into age apporpriate groups.
You may pick up your student at 5:00pm by signing out with a Kidcode. A Kidcode or a one-word password that anyone picking up your student will have to supply in order for your student to be released. Please give your kidcode at time of registration or first day of camp.
Early Drop off begins at 8:30am. Late Pick up is until 5:30pm. Regular hours are 9:00am-5:00pm. $25/week for either; $40/week for both. Parents picking up after 5:30pm will be assessed an additional fee.
For week-long Camps
- Most camps feature morning classes focused on acting skills, movement and music with a rotation of instructors. Afternoons are spent with class directors who help students create original stories & scenes and rehearse for Friday’s presentation of skills. For more specifics about your students camp, call the Performing Arts School. A complete schedule will be available the first day of class.
- On the last day of camp, family and friends are invited to watch a short presentation of the skills students honed during their week of camp. Presentation time will be available on the first day of camp.
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