STAR, Summer Theatre at theREP, is a four week summer theatre program that allows up to 25 students, ages 10-13, to explore the world of theatre in an original and exciting way!
Idolize Percy Jackson? Want to fight like Athena? Believe in magic, mystery and mayhem? STAR 2014 gives you your chance. Students work side by side with professional artists to create a theatre company that works together around the theme “Greek Mythology” to create an original 45-minute performance about the gods and goddesses, and all the mischief they can cause.
During their time with STAR, students will gain skills in writing, costume design, dancing, acting and singing. In a real-world, professional theatre environment, these young producers, performers and writers will learn to work cooperatively with one another thanks to guidance from our professional staff.
Our students are given the freedom to let loose their creative energies and work together to build a show of mythological proportions!
Deadline to enroll is June 27th.
DATES and TIMES: July 7 through August 3, Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm
PERFORMANCES: August 1, 2, 3
LOCATION: Capital Repertory Theatre, 111 N Pearl St., Albany, NY 12207
TUITION: $800, limited financial aid available, can pay in installments
DISCOUNT: A $50 refer-a-friend discount available
FINANCIAL AID FORM: If you need financial assistance, submit this form BEFORE registering for this camp.
For more information contact Katherine Stephens, Education Program Manager at 382•3884 x168 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in being a part of the STAR process? Do you like working with young students?
Then apply to be a STAR Production Assistant!
The STAR Production Assistant will work with the playwright, director, assistant to the director and the education program manager in making sure STAR runs smoothly. Responsibilities include checking students in and out each day, taking notes during rehearsal and assisting during morning warm-ups as well as other duties as assigned. STAR takes place July 7 through August 3 with one meeting taking place in the week of June 30.
Compensation is $500 stipend for the summer.