Summer Camps From Pacific Northwest Theater Co.

aliceby Christian Carvajal for OLY ARTS

Pacific Northwest Theater Co. (PNTC), headed by managing artistic director Steven Wells, has announced its summer 2016 lineup of summer camps for children ages 5-15. On weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., kids will learn the basics of acting and character development as well as singing and dancing. They’ll build confidence, make friends, and develop real skills that they can use not only on the stage but in other aspects of life. They will also participate in fun theater games to help them learn these concepts. The four weeks of camp culminate in a performance for friends and family, with a set, makeup, costumes, music and an adoring audience. Camps are two weeks long for children aged 5-9, and four weeks long for older children.

Summer 2016 Camps:
Seussical Jr., ages 10-15, July 5-29, $250
A Year With Frog and Toad Kids, ages 5-9, July 5-29, $175
The Jungle Book, ages 5-9, July 5-29, $175

Performance Details:

What: PNTC youth theater

Where: The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd Olympia, 1601 North St. SE

(Summer 2016 Performances at First Baptist Church: 904 Washington St SE Olympia)

When: July 15 (Frog and Toad), July 30 (The Jungle Book), July 29-30(Seussical Jr.)

How much: free-$5

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