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Summer Fun: Piedmont Players summer theatre camps

PPT summer theater camps

704-633-5471 piedmontplayers.com

Camps held at the Meroney Theater,

213 S, Main St.

June 17-21

Acting Up (Pre-K – second grade)

Students learn to express themselves while we play games, do puzzles, and learn basic acting and design skills.

Aladdin Musical (elementary)

Aladdin, the Princess, the Lamp and the Genie. Exploring musical fantasy.

Creature Feature (middle/high sSchool)

Using special effects makeup, hats, wigs, props to create a memorable stage performance.

June 24-28

The Little Prince (elementary)

Magical fable where a pilot is forced to land in the desert, where he is befriended by a little prince from the planet Asteroid B-612.

Broadway Bootcamp (middle/high school)

One of the most popular camps ever. Learn the dance steps and songs of some of the most popular shows in Broadway history.

July 8-12

To Be Announced (elementary) Glow Show (elementary)

Create a black light show using black lights and day glow colors. Great choice for kids who like both art and theater.

July 15-19 & July 22-26

Commedia Creation (middle/high school)

Learn about Commedia del Arte from the Italian Renaissance and create your very own production. Design original masks to keep.

Christmas in July (middle/high school)

Perform  songs, dances  and scenes from favorite Christmas musicals like A Christmas Carol, Elf, White Christmas and How the Grinch stole Christmas.

July 22-26

Technology and Costume (middle/high school)

Work backstage and at the costume shop to learn what it takes to bring a live production to stage.

July 15-August 2

From the Page  to Stage (elementary)

Become characters from your favorite books. Songs, dances, and scenes from Matilda, Junie B. Jones, The Wizard of Oz, Seussical, Harry Potter and more.

PPT summer productions

PPT Youth  present  ‘Annie’

July 11-14, July 18-20, 7:30 p.m.

Some of the greatest musical theatre hits ever written.     Norvell Theater, 135 E Fisher St.

PPT presents ‘The Wiz’

July 25-28, July 31-Aug. 3, 7:30  p.m.

Dazzling mix of rock, gospel and soul music. Meroney Theater, 213 S. Main St.



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