Full-day workshops led by experienced Shakespeare Festival Teaching Artists include training in voice, movement, stage combat, and physical comedy. The final week includes a performance for family and friends. Sessions are limited to 30 campers.
Want to work behind the scenes? Sign up for camp and choose the technical theatre track to learn all about production and design.
All camps will be held at Crossroads College Preparatory School, 500 DeBaliviere Ave, St. Louis, MO.
Session 1: Much Ado About Nothing & Julius Caesar
|June 8 – 26, 9 AM – 3 PM||Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to 18|
Session 2: The Comedy of Errors & Measure for Measure
|July 6 – 24, 9 AM – 3 PM||Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to 18|
Session 3: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
|July 27 – August 7, 9 AM – 12 PM||Ages 8 to 10|
Beyond the Bard
Using classical text and Shakespeare as inspiration, students experiment with scenes and monologues pulled from mythology and contemporary playwrights. Advanced acting techniques are also covered. The session ends with an informal performance for family and friends. Limited to 25 campers.
Beyond the Bard
|July 27 – August 7, 9 AM – 3 PM||Ages 14 to 18*|
|Crossroads College Prep, 500 DeBaliviere Ave, St. Louis|
* Classical acting experience or approval of instructors is required
|Camp||Regular Pricing||Members Save 10%|
|Camp Shakespeare, Session 1 or 2||$495||$445.50|
|Camp Shakespeare, Both Sessions 1 & 2||$940 (save $50)||$846.00|
|Camp Shakespeare, Session 3||$325||$293|
|Beyond the Bard||$350||$315.00|
|Festival Members receive a 10% discount on Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Summer Camps. Discounts cannot be combined. Scholarships available – please contact us for more information. Become a member today!|
For more information, please contact Catie Gainor at 314-531-9800 ext. 106 or via email to email@example.com
OTHER CAMP OPPORTUNITIES
Join Shakespeare Festival’s teaching artists at special performance workshops presented in collaboration with Center for Creative Arts (COCA). Visit COCA’s website to register.
*There will be no camp on Friday, July 3rd in observance of the holiday.