The Shakespeare Playground™ --
Brooklyn’s ‘hottest’ summer theater camp for kids* -- presents HAMLET Mon July 13 - Fri July 17
Ages 8 to 13: 9am-1pm
“To be or not to be…”
Kids explore Shakespeare’s great ghost story (and the inspiration for Disney’s The Lion King) in a supportive ensemble setting. Using
theater games, improvisation, costumes, props, and stage fighting techniques, students rehearse scenes from this tale of betrayal, revenge, and conscience for a final performance for friends and family. No previous experience necessary.
Cost: $325. Limited space. Some scholarships available.
Contact: Miranda at 646-883-4840 or email Renee at firstname.lastname@example.org
*The Shakespeare Playground™, directed and developed by professional actor/director/educator Renée Bucciarelli--now assisted by swordswoman Miranda Knutson-- was dubbed New York’s ‘hottest’ kids’ summer theatre program by The New York Post in 2000.
Brooklyn Pop Strings Camp Mon July 20 - Fri July 24
Ages 8 to adult: 10am-5pm
String students of all ages and ability levels will get to play their favorite pop music in an all strings ensemble, led by inspiring teachers who have worked with the stars: Beyonce’, Jay-Z, Adele, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, and many many more! Brooklyn Pop String Camp will empower young musicians to have fun while learning to improvise, groove, and play by ear in small groups that choose their own songs to play.
School for Improvisational Music
NYC Summer Intensive Mon July 27 - Fri Aug 7
Since 2001, SIM has held over 20 intensive workshop sessions for more than 800 aspiring students of creative music from all over the globe, led by a cross-section of the most creative improvisers from the jazz and contemporary music fields.
The summer intensive at the Brooklyn Conservatory will include 2 masterclasses per day, 2 private lessons per week with instruction on any musical topic, ensemble coaching, and
student and faculty performances. The SIM
experience is less about teaching through the lens of style and more about the overarching
concepts of improvisation, touching on multiple disciplines. www.schoolforimprov.org
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