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Compass Creative Dramatics: The Jungle Book

Venue:
Joy & Lynch Christian Warehouse Theatre
Time:
August 5, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
$200
End Date:
Monday - Friday
Number of Classes/Day:
August 9
Skip Days:
1 week
Ages:
August 3
Register by:
1st - 12th Grade

THIS CAMP IS FULL! To be put on the waiting list, please contact Kelly at [email protected]
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Students will go from auditions to performance in just five days with Compass Creative Dramatics, a Chicago-based touring theatre who will be hosting a week-long theatre residency at the Academy. Students in grades 1 – 12 will stretch their creativity and bravery muscles through daily rehearsals for Peter Pan. Students also perform alongside two professional actors during the week and will participate in acting classes from those directors in the afternoon! No acting experience necessary – just come ready to be silly and have fun! This camp will be rehearsing and performing in our Joy and Lynch Christian Warehouse Theatre.

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ABOUT THE SHOW: An abandoned baby. A crew of cheeky monkeys.

One menacing tiger determined to destroy the peace of the jungle.

​Join Mowgli, Baloo, Akela, and all of the jungle creatures as they race for survival against Shere Khan and his band of jackals!

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Payment plans are available. Contact Kelly Posenauer at [email protected] or (434) 528-3256 ext 304 for more information or payment plan options. Each student registered will receive a total of 2 free comp tickets (subject to availability).

Academy Center of the Arts

Venue:
Joy & Lynch Christian Warehouse Theatre
Time:
August 5, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
$200
End Date:
Monday - Friday
Number of Classes/Day:
August 9
Skip Days:
1 week
Ages:
August 3
Register by:
1st - 12th Grade

ACADEMY ANNOUNCES VENUE REOPENING GUIDELINES

The Academy Center of the Arts has always put our patrons, our supporters, and our community members first. That’s why, when COVID-19 began to spread throughout the region, we closed our doors ahead of official governing regulations, and why we continue to put tremendous thought into when and how we will reopen those doors to the public in the future.

 

Following Governor Northam’s Executive Order No. 65, we are officially releasing our plans to reopen our educational and gallery venues, as well as our guidelines for reopening our performance venues in the future.


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