Theater Jr. Camp (ages 7-11) — REGISTRATION CLOSED

with Lindsey Collins

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June 24-28
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This camp is sponsored by a Kenneth Reams Arts for Justice Grant.

Theater Jr. Camp teaches beginners basic performance skills. Campers will work with props and costumes and perform numbers and scenes from various children’s plays and musicals. Through engaging activities, expressive arts, and collaborative performances, participants will discover how the stage can be a transformative space for self-discovery and emotional resilience.

The camp fosters a supportive community where kids hone their theatrical skills but also learn valuable tools to cope with and express complex emotions. 

This camp culminates in a performance on Friday, June 28.

Parent or guardian must read, complete, and submit the summer camp manual by the first day of camp. Download here.

Scholarships are available! Complete the scholarship application here.

Join us at the ARTx3 Campus for an exciting theatrical journey with the Kenneth Reams: Arts for Justice Grant-sponsored “Theater for Change” program! Dive into the world of theatre through a series of engaging classes and summer camps, featuring acting, playwriting, stage management, and directing.

This unique opportunity is designed for community members and volunteers of all ages to discover and enhance their theatrical skills while aligning with the inspiring messages and mission of artist Kenneth Reams. Each program is tailored to specific age groups, ensuring everyone has the chance to hear the artist's story and the magic of theater.

Shakeelah Rahmaan
Programs Director
(870) 536-3375
About the Instructor

Lindsey Collins


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