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? Camp Shakespeare offers a technical theatre track for students interested in learning all about production and design.
Session 1: Love’s Labour’s Lost & Henry VI
|June 6 – 24, 9 AM – 3 PM||Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to 18|
Session 2: The Tempest & Coriolanus
|July 11 – 29, 9 AM – 3 PM||Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to 18|
Pricing & Registration
|Camp||Standard Tuition||Members Save 10%|
|Camp Shakespeare, Session 1 or 2||$510||$459|
|Camp Shakespeare, BOTH Sessions||$970 (save $50)||$918|
Festival Members receive a 10% discount on Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Summer Camps. Become a member today! Discounts cannot be combined. If you are a Member, contact Catie Gainor for your discount code.
Limited financial assistance is available. Please contact Catie for more information prior to registering. Financial assistance is by application only, and is based on need.
Michael B. Perkins has been active with SFSTL as a teaching artist, performer, and graphic designer since 2007, when he joined the Education Tour. Since then, he has taught for the Festival’s numerous education programs, including Shakespeare Squadron, summer camps, residencies, and workshops. Recently, he joined the Festival full-time as the Company & Special Projects Manager.
Brianna Owens studied musical theatre at Millikin University before ultimately receiving both a BA and an MA in English Literature from California State University Sacramento. She has worked with children of all ages teaching Shakespearean drama in the Sacramento and Davis communities and has worked extensively with the Davis Shakespeare Ensemble playing such roles as Time in “The Sonnet Project,” Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, stage managing Henry V, and…
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 for more information.