2019 Theatre Camp

"Being true to yourself never goes out of style."- "Legally Blonde"

"All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players" -Shakespeare

Fun at Cape May Stage Camp

“All the world's a stage.” - Shakespeare

Creative Drama Level 1 | Grades 2-4

Dates: Tuesday, July 9th – Friday, July 12th
Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (Full Day)
Grades: 2nd-4th

Our Creative Drama Camp allows students to work together as an ensemble to create an original story and adapt it to the stage. Students will use skills such as plot and character analysis, playwriting, and basic performance technique throughout the course of the camp. 

 

 

Registration begins March 23rd

Creative Drama Level 2 | Grades 5-8

Dates: Tuesday, July 16th – Friday, July 19th
Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (Full Day)
Grades: 5th-8th

Our Creative Drama Camp allows students to work together as an ensemble to create an original story and adapt it to the stage. Students will use skills such as plot and character analysis, playwriting, and basic performance technique throughout the course of the camp. 

 

 

Registration begins March 23rd

Musical Theater Camp Level 1 | Grades 2-4

Dates: Tuesday, July 23rd – Friday, July 26th
Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (Full Day)
Grades: 2nd-4th

Our Musical Theatre Camp will teach students how to act and tell stories through song and dance. Students will be taught proper vocal technique, dance combinations, and basic acting technique throughout the course of the camp.

 

 

Registration begins March 23rd

Musical Theatre Level 2 | Grades 5-8

Dates: Tuesday, July 30 – Friday, August 2
Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (Full Day)
Grades: 5th-8th

Our Musical Theatre Camp will teach students how to act and tell stories through song and dance. Students will be taught proper vocal technique, dance combinations, and basic acting technique throughout the course of the camp. Level 2 students will be given the opportunity to perform in solos and duets as well as large group numbers with a focus on understanding their vocal range and what songs suit their voices best. 

 

Registration begins March 23rd

Summer Camp Financial Aid Application

Will Be Available Soon!

Cape May Stage’s Ocean First Summer Camp Scholarship provided by Ocean First Bank

The Scholarship is intended to help provide outstanding young artists some assistance to further their artistic development. No family should be discouraged from applying to Cape May Stage’s Theatre Camp because of lack of funds. Scholarship space is limited and fills on a first-come, first-served basis.

Cape May Stage is a catalyst for creativity. For 27 years our teaching artists have worked with young people to develop their theatre arts skills and increase their creativity.

Join Cape May Stage for
Creative Drama/Musical Theatre Workshop
on Saturday March 23rd & March 30th

Under Professional Direction of Amy Hadam.

As part of The Stages Festival, our Creative Drama Camp allows students to work together as an ensemble to create an original story and adapt it to the stage. Students will use skills such as plot and character analysis, play writing, and basic performance technique throughout the course of the camp. Our workshop on March 23 will take inspiration based on Cape May Stage’s theme for their 2019 season and create a brief presentation.

This event is free and open to the public.

Saturday, March 23, 1:00pm-2:30pm
Creative Drama: Level 1
Grades: 2-4
Saturday, March 23, 3:00pm-4:30pm
Creative Drama: Level 2
Grades: 5-8

Our Creative Drama Camp allows students to work together as an ensemble to create an original story and adapt it to the stage. Students will use skills such as plot and character analysis, play writing, and basic performance technique throughout the course of the camp. Our workshop on March 23, 2019 will take inspiration based on Cape May Stage’s theme for their 2019 season and create a brief presentation.

Our NEW Musical Theatre Camp will teach students how to act and tell stories through song and dance. Students will be taught proper vocal technique, dance combinations, and basic acting technique throughout the course of the camp. Our workshop on March 30, 2019 will focus on learning the lyrics and choreography to a brief section of a popular musical theatre song.

 

Location:
TBD

Enrollment is FREE for all workshops.

Saturday, March 30, 1:00pm-2:30pm
Musical Theatre: Level 1
Grades: 2-4
Saturday, March 30, 3:00pm-4:30pm
Musical Theatre: Level 2
Grades: 5-8

NJ Stages Festival

“Stages is all about theatre access,” said John McEwen, Executive Director of the Alliance. “For 21 years we have enjoyed bringing theatre to all pockets of the state, offering it free or at a deep discount. We’re encouraged to hear that after experiencing a Stages event, the vast majority of attendees want to make theatre an ongoing part of their lives.”

Since 1997, New Jersey State Council on the Arts (“NJSCA”) has been partnering with the Alliance to make Stages possible. Nicholas Paleologos, Executive Director of NJSCA, remarked: “Everybody’s got a cell phone. They can watch whatever they want. Yet last year Broadway had the highest attendance ever. Why? Because in 2,500 years there’s never been a decent substitute for the soul-satisfying human experience of live theater. And nobody does it better than New Jersey. Which is why we are proud, enthusiastic supporters of the Stages Festival.”

Most events require registration. For a full listing of events, program details, and registration information visit stagesfestival.org:

The Stages Festival is a project of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Alliance. Major funding is also provided by Bank of America, The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, and PSEG Foundation. Additional support is provided by individuals, corporations, and foundations such as The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, F.M. Kirby Foundation, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Fund for the New Jersey Blind, and George A. Ohl, Jr. Trust.