“Those who tell the stories rule the world.”
We are pleased to announce three summer camps, taught by Destini Fleming, drama instructor at Wando High School. Destini brings a wealth of experience and trainings, as well as a passion for helping young performers find their voices and tell their stories through the magic of making theatre.
Elementary School (rising 1st-4th graders)
Dates: June 12-17, 2017
Time: 8am-2pm, each day except for final showcase day
5th Wall’s premier Elementary Age theatrical summer camp will introduce young performers to the origins of theatre through the art of storytelling. Campers will participate in collaboration-building theatre games and activities, create original artwork, and create an original performance to be presented to their families. All campers will be introduced to the basics of acting, playwriting, and elements of technical theatre.
Dates: July 7-10, 2017
Time: 8am-2:30pm, each day except for final showcase day
5th Wall’s premier Middle School Age theatrical summer camp will introduce 5th to 8th grade performers to origins of theatre from early storytelling rituals to Greek/Roman and Renaissance theatre and relate these early practices to modern theatre. Campers will participate in various ensemble and skill building activities and games, create original artwork and theatrical designs, and create an original performance to be presented to their families. All campers will explore acting technique, playwriting, and elements of technical theatre.
Dates: July 31- August 5, 2017
Time: 8am-3pm each day except for final showcase day
5th Wall’s premier High School Age theatrical summer camp will introduce 9th to 12th grade performers to the storytelling rituals of theatre’s origin and apply those practices to modern theatrical practices. Campers will participate in ensemble and skill building activities, create theatrical designs, and create and original performance to be presented to their families. All campers will experience intensive acting coaching, playwriting, and elements of technical theatre.
How to Register:
Step 1: CLICK HERE to fill out our online registration form.
Step 2: If you have opted to pay online in advance, click the button below to complete payment. OR, if you opted to pay on the first day of class, please be prepared to pay the full tuition* via cash, check, or credit/debit card.
*Payment plans will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you chose the payment plan option on your registration, someone from 5th Wall will be in touch shortly to work out the best plan for you.
Youth Education FAQs
-Does my child need any previous experience?
No! All of our youth classes are designed to welcome and challenge children of any experience level. We would love to be part of your young person’s first theatre experience.
-What should my child wear to camp?
All of our classes are very active, so students should come dressed in clothes they can move in. For example, girls who prefer dresses may be more comfortable with shorts, tights, or leggings underneath. We strongly recommend all students wear close-toed shoes for safety. The Studio can get chilly, so a light jacket or sweater is never a bad idea!
-Does my child need to bring anything special?
Students will need to bring bagged lunch each day, as they will not be permitted to leave the space to purchase food. Extra bottled water is always recommended, as we do not have a water fountain. Students should always bring any scripts, folders, and other materials as assigned.
-Should I stay in the Studio during camp?
We have found that most young people feel more free to explore and experiment when their adults aren’t around, so we encourage parents to use class time for shopping, errands, reading… whatever you need! That said, if your child feels more comfortable having you in the studio during class, we have space where you are welcome to wait.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact our Artistic Director, Blair Cadden: email@example.com / 843.697.3359