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First Stage Theatre Camp 10:00 am - 2:00 pm 16 16

First Stage Theatre Camp

August 2, 3, & 4

10 am to 2:pm.

$99 per child

First Stage Theatre Campers will discover through interactive activities, games, and crafts:

    • How theatre originated

    • How a theater space is used

    • How individuals such as the following work to bring a production to life:

      • Actors

      • Directors

      • Set, costume, and sound designers

      • Stage managers

      • Lghting and sound technicians 

 

Campers will get to “peek behind the curtain” with tours of all areas of the theater, including:

    • Backstage

    • Dressing rooms

    • Wardrobe area

    • Prop storeroom

    • Carpentry shop

 

Theatre professionals will instruct Campers on:

    • Memorizing lines

    • Improvisation technique

    • Making scenery, props, and costumes

 

A registration form will be emailed to you once the online sign-up and payment is completed. You may return the completed form by e-mail to ManagingArtisticDirector@wimberleyplayers.org or by regular mail to:

 

The Wimberley Players

Attn:  Trish Rigdon

450 Old Kyle Road

Wimberley, TX 78676

 

For questions or more information please feel free to contact us by phone at 512-847-0575.

Instructor: Sydney Simpson is a theater performer, music director, and certified voice teacher/coach from Austin, TX. Growing up as part of a regularly moving military family, Sydney found that it was local theater and children’s performing arts programs that provided her a space to grow and be known wherever she went. She found her home on the stage at 6 years old, performing in her first opera, La Boheme, with The El Paso Opera Company, as well as being cast in her first play, Bells On Their Toes. Sydney’s further production experiences also include Oliver (Oliver), Annie (Annie), A West Texas Christmas Carol (Goldie), Little Shop of Horrors (Crystal & Chiffon), Peter Pan (Tiger Lily), Twelfth Night (Viola), It’s A Wonderful Life (Mary Hatch-Bailey) and a concert performance of Jesus Christ Superstar (Chorus). Since graduating with her B.A. in Music Business from Florida State University in 2013, Sydney earned a Teaching & Assessment Certification through her study abroad in Australia, as well as a Voice Teaching and Coaching Certification from New York Vocal Coaching with renowned vocal coach Justin Stoney. Sydney enjoys combining the wealth of her diverse experiences with the structure of her formal education to create rich artistic learning spaces for individuals and groups of all ages.