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"This camp was like none I have ever tried before. You very quickly feel comfortable and willing to be open to your fellow members. Within two days you become as thick as thieves with each other. For me, it has been one of the closest families I have ever had." -Drake Arial
Attending Theatre Summer Camp at BYU-Idaho provides the opportunity to learn and grow in a gospel-centered atmosphere. Participants will showcase their skills at the end of the week in a revue-style performance for their friends and family. Instructed and led by experienced BYU-Idaho theatre students, Theatre Summer Camp is an opportunity to make new friends and grow as a theatre artist in unique ways. The camp is open to participants from ages 14-18.
What to Look Forward To
-Acting, Tech, and Musical Theatre Workshops
-Morning and Nightly Devotionals
-Zombie Prombie Dance
-Improv Comedy Show
-Revue Show to demonstrate what you've accomplished during the week!
Registration is open!
For those who register before February 2nd, the cost for Theatre Summer Camp 2014 is discounted to $400. After Feb. 2, the cost for the camp is $425. This cost includes all meals, activities, lodging, and use of BYU-Idaho's Theatre Department Equipment.
Here is the link to the BYU-Idaho Ticket office: http://byui.universitytickets.com/user_pages/event_listings.aspx?id=126
Please be aware that there is a specific registration for boys and girls to keep the numbers even. Theatre Summer Camp will be offered for two weeks this year. Session 1: August 4-9. Session 2: August 11-16.
Preparing for Theatre Camp
-Prepare a 1 min monologue (can be either comedic or dramatic).
-Prepare 16 bars of any Musical Theatre/Disney Song.
-Bring sheet music for the Musical audition. You will not be allowed to sing accapella.
-Make sure you have proper travel arrangements that match the program's dates and times.