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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


Productions:

Wild Things! A collection of Maurice Sendak favorites.

Explore the fascinating world of imagination in the company of master illustrator and storyteller Maurice Sendak. When Max is sent to bed without supper, and children wander in the forest, and when bears come out to play, you'll know that magic happens!

Entertainment for the child in all of us! Helen Graham Little Theatre. 

Performances: June 24 at 2:00pm and 7:00pm & June 25 at 10:00am and 2:00pm

Hairspray

It's 1962, and Tracy Turnblad, an overweight teenager with all the right moves, dreams of being on the Corny Collins Show. Tracy thinks it's not fair that black kids can only dance on the Corny Collins show once a month and with the help of her friends and family, she's going to integrate the show.....without denting her 'do!

Entertainment for the whole family. Richardson Performing Arts Center.

Performances: July 15--16 at 7:30pm & July 17 at 2:00pm

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[title of show]

Tony nominated and Obie award winner, [title of show] tells of two struggling musicians attempting to write an original musical for a new musical theatre festival. The deadline for submissions is a mere three weeks away. With the help of their friends, Susan and Heidi, they write about their four lives up until the deadline, with big dreams of the show making it to Broadway....which it did! 

PG-13 Entertainment for high school age and up. Messenger Recital Hall. 

Performances: July 22--23 at 7:30pm & July 24 at 2:00pm

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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