Discover new worlds at Lifeline Theatre’s Drama Camps! Children explore their imaginations and hone their natural performing abilities while gaining sound theatre training in a fun-filled atmosphere. Our camps not only teach kids how to embody characters and act out stories, they also help them to gain confidence, express themselves, and work patiently and respectfully with each other.
SUMMER DRAMA CAMPS
2020 SUMMER CAMP UPDATE
We are very excited for summer camp 2020!
We are also, however, closely monitoring the state and city guidelines for safety. While “in person” camp would be ideal (adhering to all recommended safety measures), if we find that is not possible we have a detailed plan for Lifeline virtual drama camps ready to go! Either way, we are committed to providing kids with a fun, interactive drama experience that activates imagination and builds community – no matter the distance between us.
If we do take our camps online, we will still be exploring books, adaptation, and performance. Here is a peek at what you can expect:
For our 7-14 year olds:
Drama Stars 1, Drama Stars 2, and Theatre Intensive campers will participate in camp from 10am – Noon each day, with an optional hour of programming after lunch, from 12:30 – 1:30pm.
For our 5-7 year olds:
Drama Kids campers can look forward to an active hour of programming each morning from 10 – 11:00am.
Online camps will have adjusted pricing, of course. Activities will offer breaks from the screen and lots of movement! We will have more details for you very soon. We appreciate your patience and understanding!
In our DRAMA KIDS camps, we’ll adapt two different stories: We Don’t Eat our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins (Session 1), and Anansi and the Magic Stick, by Eric A. Kimmel (Session 2). This year, We’re growing our camp offerings by offering two levels of DRAMA STARS this summer. Our Drama Stars 1 campers will adapt madcap favorite The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, by John Scieszka and Lane Smith. Offered as a half or full day option! Drama Stars 2 will adapt A Tale Dark and Grimm, bringing their own twist to Adam Gidwitz’s wholly original, dark and humorous tale. We’ll also be bringing back our popular Theatre Intensive unit this summer – more info below!
Extended care, lunch options, and payment plans are all available. Ask us for more details.
DRAMA KIDS Summer Camp
July 6-10, 2020 (Session 1)
July 13-17, 2019 (Session 2)
9am to 12 noon
This summer, our Drama Kids campers will be adapting two stories about how our actions affect others – but mostly, they’re really, really fun! In our DRAMA KIDS camps, we’ll adapt two different stories:
We Don’t Eat our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins (Session 1)
Anansi and the Magic Stick, by Eric A. Kimmel (Session 2)
$200 per child (per five-day session) – $350 for both sessions!
DRAMA STARS Summer Camp
DRAMA STARS 1
June 29 – July 10, 2020, Monday – Friday
9am to 3pm (Full Day)
9am to 12 Noon (Half-Day)
$650 (Full day)
$395 per child (Half day)
We’re growing our camp offerings by offering two levels of Drama Stars this summer. Our Drama Stars 1 campers will adapt madcap favorite The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, by John Scieszka and Lane Smith. Offered as a half or full day option!
DRAMA STARS 2
July 13 – 24, 2020, Monday – Friday
9am to 3pm (Full day only)
$650 per child
New this year, our 2nd level of Drama Stars will welcome campers up to age 14! Drama Stars 2 will adapt A Tale Dark and Grimm, bringing their own twist to Adam Gidwitz’s wholly original, dark and humorous tale.
LIFELINE THEATRE INTENSIVE
July 27 – 31, 2020,
9am to 3pm (Full Day only)
$325 per child
Our popular Theatre Intensive gives campers a deeper look into additional fascinating aspects of theatre-making. Each day will feature a different theatre professional who will provide a window into their specialty and a hands on experience of creation, including costume design, puppetry, stage combat and set design. The week culminates in an interactive sharing for parents and friends on July 31st.