Icicle Creek Theater Camps
Summer takes the stage!
Summer takes the stage!
An extraordinary overnight or day camp experience for aspiring young actors (ages 10-18) on the Icicle Creek campus in a spectacular mountain setting. Now in our sixth year, our camps fill up with excellent students form throughout the northwest and beyond.
All classes, master classes, and workshops cater to each student’s specific needs and skill levels by creating a safe and nurturing environment for all kids to express themselves creatively through theater. Acting groups are assembled to receive age and experience appropriate instruction throughout the week. This program is designed to give young people life-changing experiences in theater instruction, skill acquisition, and the confidence to use them on stage and in life. Outdoor activities on our mountain meadow campus for both camps including hiking and kayaking. In addition, the acting camp features horseback riding and musical theater, laser tag. Each camp culminates in a public performance by the students on the last day of camp in the spectacular Snowy Owl Theater.
We heartily recommend that, when possible, our young artists attend both of our excellent summer theater camps!
For more information about Icicle Creek Summer Theater Camps, contact Director Henry Hettick at email@example.com
Young actors will work in groups by age and experience with professional teaching actors and directors to learn and improve their skills and confidence with auditioning, acting, character development, directing, stage movement, voice, Shakespeare, and even stage combat. These young actors will confidently present monologues, scenes, and directing projects for a live audience at week’s end.
Young musical theater performers will learn to become triple threats of the stage (acting, singing, dancing) as they work with excellent professionals in each discipline. Auditioning for musicals, acting a song, giving honest and engaging portrayals in a musical, and doing it all with confidence and energy are emphasized in the week’s Master Classes. Young actors in this camp will present scenes, songs, and dances from several musicals at week’s end.
Per Camp Costs
Overnight Camp – $975 (Includes tuition, housing, all meals, snacks and activities)
Day Camp – $575 (Includes tuition, lunch, snacks, and activities)
$50 deposit is required for registration
There is a $50 discount for attending both camps, which will be applied by our office staff after registering (so don’t pay in full)
Students share cabins, eat great, healthy meals together and study and perform in acoustically perfect and sun-filled performance spaces. The mountains and meadows of Icicle Creek provide an open and beautiful backdrop with built-in opportunities for exploring. Students are housed on-site at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts in shared, chaperoned, cozy cabins. Cabins are air-conditioned, comfortable, and have their own bathroom with shower. The campers are organized according to age and gender and have an experienced camp counselor in their cabin.
A number of need-based scholarships will be given out to deserving students for each of the camps. Please indicate your interest in financial aid on the registration form and also complete the online scholarship application within registration. You need to register and pay the deposit even if your participation in camp is contingent on receiving a scholarship.
Those who wish to receive scholarships should register early as scholarship funds are limited. Our first group of scholarships will be awarded to those who apply before April 5, 2017.
Note: Students are encouraged to participate in both theater camp sessions (dramatic acting and musical theater), but may also elect to choose only one. Those who register for both camps will receive $50 off their tuition!
We love to have fun! Acting Camp activities include kayaking and horseback riding. Musical Theater Camp activities include kayaking and laser tag. Other extracurricular activities may include hiking, swimming, group games, a movie night, and talent show.
Participation in horseback riding and kayaking require waiver forms to be filled out completely.
Please upload the form during registration, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to PO Box 2071, Leavenworth, WA 98826.
7:00—8:00 Rise and shine and shower
9:00—10:20 Day students arrive
Group A: Acting, Scene Work / Singing
Group B: Stage Combat / Acting
Group C: Shakespeare / Dancing
10:20—10:30 Break w/snacks
10:30—11:50 Group A: Shakespeare /Acting
Group B: Acting ,Scene Work / Dancing
Group C: Directing / Singing
11:50—12:30 Lunch—great meals!
12:30—1:50 Group A: Stage Combat / Dancing
Group B: Directing / Singing
Group C: Acting,Scene Work / Acting
1:50—4:30 Tandem Kayaking on the Wenatchee River (swim) or Horseback Riding!
4:30—5:30 Short hike or rehearsal for End-of-Camp Show for a live audience!
5:30—6:15 Dinner. Day students return home.
6:15—7:30 Master Class Choices:
– How to Audition and be Remembered
– Designing for the Theater
– Sound and lights—tech class!
-Acting the Song
–How to create an honest portrayal
– Writing songs for the Stage
– Creating a Musical Play
7:30—9:00 Movie, Talent Show, or Rehearsal
9:00 Overnighters off to their cabins with counselors for fun, games, and sleep!