Summer Theatre Festival

Day Camps:​

  • Grades 4-6      MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE CAMP     May 31 -- June 4
    • Develop and perform exciting musical theatre scenes, songs, and dances with Allyson Moon and SC students!
  • Grades K-3     STORY THEATRE CAMP     June 13 -- June 17 and June 20 -- 25
    • Bring to life the "Where the Wild Things Are" and more production, working with Allyson Moon and SC Students
  • Grades 4-8      YOUTH THEATRE CAMP     June 13 -- June 17 and June 20 -- 25
    • Learn about all aspects of theatre while creating the "Where the Wild Things Are" and more production
  • Grades 6-9      IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING CAMP     June 27 -- July 1
    • Develop original characters and scenes in a comedy format. All levels of experience are welcome!
  • Grades 6-9      PLAYWRIGHTING CAMP      June 27 -- July 1
    • Develop skills in writing original scenes and short plays. All levels of experience are welcome!

Day camps are $25 to $30. For more information on summer camps, or to register, contact the Winfield Arts and Humanities Council
at 620-221-2161


"Where the Wild Things Are" and other Maurice Sendak Plays Explore the fascinating world of imagination in the company of master illustrator and storyteller Maurice Sendak. When Max is sent to bed without supper, he sails off to a world inhabited by weird creatures. He becomes the king of all wild things--until he misses his real home. Entertainment for the whole family. Helen Graham Little Theatre. Performance: June 24-25

Hairspray Tracy Turnblad, an overweight teenager with all the right moves, is obsessed with the Corny Collins Show. Every day after school, she and her best friend Penny race home to watch the show and drool over the hot Link Larkin, much to Tracy's mother, Edna's, dismay. Tracy decides that it's not fair that black kids can only dance on the Corny Collins show once a month and with the help of Seaweed, Link, Penny, Motormouth Maybelle, her father, and Edna, she's going to integrate the show......without denting her 'do! Entertainment for the whole family. Richardson Performing Arts Center. Performances: July 15-17

[title of show]  Jeff and Hunter, two struggling writers, hear about a new musical theatre festival. The deadline for submissions is a mere three weeks away. The pair decides to try to create something new with the help of their friends, Susan, Heidi, and Larry on the eighty-eights. With the cast in place, Jeff and Hunter begin a conversation about what to write about. They make a pact to write up until the festival's deadline and dream about the show changing their lives. Entertainment for the whole family. Messenger Recital Hall. Performances: July 22-24

For more information, you can call SC Theatre Arts Office: (620) 229 - 6328 or (620) 229 - 6171

or (800) 846 - 1543 ext.   6171


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