Summer 2017 Camps

Summer 2017 Camps

June 19 - August 19
Important Dates

Summer Semester: 6/19 -8/19

Last day to waive registration fee for summer classes: 5/7

Last day to apply for scholarships: 5/20

School Closed: 7/2-7/9

Youth Camp Prices: Summer 2017

Full-Day Camps: $250

Do a Play all the way: $250

Creative Movement (Half-Day): $125

**We offer a 10% sibling discount for Camps ~ Each additional child will receive the discount. (Does not apply to classes).

Dance Project reserves the right to cancel any class/camp due to insufficient enrollment

We also offer weekly classes for children, teens, and adults during our 8 week summer session. Want to see our class schedule? Click the button below.

Dance Sampler Platter Camp

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June 19th-June 23rd, Ages 6-11
June 26th-June 30th, Ages 6-8  This week has been cancelled! 

8:30am-4:30pm, Studio 323

Teacher: Jenny Braswell

$250

 

Description: The “Dance Sampler Platter” camp is a full day dance camp for dancers who are looking to experience a lot of different styles of dance technique. Get a taste of sassy jazz and musical theater, find the freedom of modern dance, and the long lines of ballet. Try out the infectious rhythms of tap and hip hop, and colorful dances from around the world. This is an experience that a budding dancer will not want to miss! The dancers will end the week with a performance for their family and friends to share what they have learned. Don’t miss it!

*Snacks and lunch will not be provided, students will be responsible for bringing their own lunch and snacks. A water bottle is recommended for all classes. There are water fountains available in the building. All camps will have snack and lunch next door in Lebauer Park!

Do a Play All the Way

Be a part of an amazing collaboration with the Drama Center and Center for Visual Artists as participants learn the skills to be a part of a musical.  Students spend part of the day in drama tackling acting, part of the day learning dances, and part of the day working on sets and costumes to create an entire musical in one week. There will be a performance of the designated show at the end of the camp for family and friends.

Registration for these two camps happens online only, through the Center for Visual Artist’s website. Click here.

Seussical is currently at capacity! If you are interested in getting on the wait list please contact 336-333-7474!

*Snacks and lunch will not be provided, students will be responsible for bringing their own lunch and snacks. A water bottle is recommended for all classes. There are water fountains available in the building. All camps will have snack and lunch next door in Lebauer Park!

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Seussical

July 10th-14th, Ages 5-15 *Seussical is currently at capacity! If you are interested in getting on the wait list please contact 336-333-7474!
9-5pm, Studio 323

Teacher: TBA

$250

Description: Adapted from the beloved story Horton Hears a Who by Dr. Seuss, the show features Horton the Elephant and a cast of wacky characters in a story of perseverance and love. The show has lots of lively songs and fun action. 

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Sleeping Beauty

July 17th-21st, Ages 5-15

9-5pm, Studio 323

Teacher: TBA

$250

Description: Based on one of the most treasured Disney animated films of all time, and featuring some of the world’s most memorable songs, the show is a delight! It’s Princess Aurora’s sixteenth birthday, and fairies must use their magic and a prince must use his wits to save her from an evil spell. 

Dancing a Story

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July 24th-28th, Ages 3-5

9am-12pm, Studio 323

Teacher: TBA

$125

Description: (Creative Movement Camp) Dancers will explore popular storybooks from the “Very Hungry Caterpillar” to “Where the Wild Things Are,” and more recent favorites like “Peppa Goes to Dance Class,” through the expression of dance! Dancers will be introduced to the foundations of dance and have fun! At the end of the week, dancers will share what they’ve learned in a presentation for friends and family. 

*Snacks will not be provided, students will be responsible for bringing their own snacks. A water bottle is recommended for all classes. There are water fountains available in the building. All camps will have snack and lunch next door in Lebauer Park!

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