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C-A-M-P Creative Arts, Music and Performance :: Workshops & Seminars
Rockin' Pit Band Yoga for the Performer Sketch 22: An Intro to Visual Arts Dance Phenomenon Voice & Movement Adventures in Theatre A Capella Shakespeare's World Costume Design & Wearable Arts Improv Photography Call Back Triple Threat, The Professional Musical Theater Experience Musical Theater Creative Writing Monologues Film Making
Rockin' Pit Band
An elective that really rocks! In this elective, you will learn music to play in the final showcase using your preferred instrument.

Yoga for the Performer
Explore how yoga can benefit the performer! The yogic practices of breath work (pranayama), meditation (dhyana) and phisical postures (asana) will be explored and explained. Learn how yoga & meditation can really enhance your performance!

Sketch 22: An Intro to Visual Arts
A fun, easy-going class focusing on observational and perspective drawing! Students will travel around camp, picking a specific subject for each class. No previous experience necessary, artists of all skill levels welcome! All you need is a sketchbook, an pencil, and your imagination.

Dance Phenomenon
Students explore dance as a discipline by using self-expression.  The workshop is tailored to the skill level of the participants and emphasizes the creative process.

Voice & Movement
Discovering the boday as your instrument through focus exercises, line studies, physicality, and sound.

Adventures in Theatre
Participants are guided through the process of writing and staging a new theater piece. Over the course of C-A-M-P, members develop and revise new plays of their own; excerpts of the plays will be presented and staged for talent shows, and the final showcase.

A Capella
Students will learn how to sing a variety of a capella music, and learn some of the basics of vocal percussion. This elective focuses on improving blending, pitch matching, and maintaining rhythm and pitch without the assistance of instruments.

Shakespeare's World
This course is a hands-on approach to the works of William Shakespeare. Students will work on excerpts from Shakespeare's plays to be performed at the end of the session.

Costume Design & Wearable Arts
This workshop provides students with basic concepts of costume design. Students develop basic sketching, patternmaking, sewing, construction skills, tailoring garments and custom fitting will be reviewed.

In this upbeat and fun elective, students will explore the world of Improvisation! Students will be playing improv games and excercises to improve their acting skills.

This is a series of lessons designed to introduce beginning photographers to the basic techniques of digital photography, learn to photograph landscapes, environmental portraiture, and much more.

Call Back
This seminar will focus on preparing for auditions. Topics of discussion will include preparing a monologue, picking the right song, preparing a resume and how to get the best headshot.

Triple Threat, The Professional Musical Theater Experience
Learn the "ins & outs" of the REAL theater world from professionals in the business through Q&A, mock auditions, and seminars.

Musical Theater
Students will be able to work on their musical theater skills in a mock-audition setting. They will practice connecting with an audition setting. They will practice connecting with an audience, vocal technique, and preparing for performance in the musical theater genre.

Creative Writing
Discover and express your unique voice as a writer. You will practice writing techniques in this workshop. Participants will have an opportunity to write and edit their own pieces using the beautiful scenery as inspiration.

An introduction to audition technique and creating a scene-stealing performance with only yourself! Students will choose a monologue and perform it for their fellow actors. Using their writing skills and imagination, they will learn how to present a monologue with confidence!

Film Making
Students learn techniques from storyboarding through all stages of shooting, developing and editing to create a short film. Students work collaboratively to conceptualize, plan, shoot, process, and edit the piece.

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