Winter Break Camp 2014 | Performing Arts Theatre Camp 2015
Winter Break Camp 2014
Performing Arts Theatre Camp 2015
Summer Session 2015
June 8th - August 21st
For Students 3 to 19 yrs
Theatre 360 Summer Camp is held at 75 N. Marengo, Pasadena, CA 91101. Located within the First Baptist Church of Pasadena, we have three floors of classrooms, dressing rooms, and large theatrical performance space.
One of the most rewarding benefits at Theatre 360 is seeing your child rise to meet a challenge, be proud, embrace a new skill, and develop into a more successful actor.
Every day your child is asked to perform, whether it’s in class, on a sports team, meeting new friends, or joining an extra-curricular activity. In each of our classes we help our students cultivate self-confidence, develop their creativity, improve their coordination, and expand their public speaking skills while overcoming shyness. Whether your child is 3 or 19, at Theatre 360 we get the chance every day to work with your child on building new skills to give them a sense of belonging that will impact their lives forever.
We take the growth of our students very seriously.
We know that they flourish when they are treated professionally and thrive under our Broadway-style training.
Before & After Care
Theatre 360 offers Before and After Care for all of our summer sessions. You may drop off your child beginning at 8am for FREE. After Care is from 3-6pm and is $15/day.
The Theatre 360 Acting Program is dedicated to inspiring the use of imagination and creativity. Instruction includes theatre vocabulary, basic building blocks of the acting process (enunciation, vocal projection, and stage physicality), improvisation, theatre exercises, scene work, monologues, character development, memorization, focus, and obtaining objectives are also taught.
Please note: Students will be required to memorize specific lines and monologues,
their age and level of experience will be taken into consideration.
The Theatre 360 Dance Program gives students the tools and education needed to explore different styles of dance technique, allowing for varied levels of dancers to develop their talents, body control, and self-awareness. A strong ballet core is emphasized while working on jazz, musical theatre, and lyrical repertoire.
Please note: Students will need to wear comfortable clothing that does not constrict movement.
Please wear closed-toe shoes such as sneakers, no flip flops, sandals, or crocs.
The Theatre 360 Voice Program is designed to introduce students to fundamental vocal techniques including breath control, phrasing, enunciation, interpretation, and presentation. In-class exercises will help to refine and strengthen the student's developing voice. Shows, songs, and characters will be chosen from the Musical Theater Repertoire.
Please Note: Students need to bring a notebook with blank paper and a pen or pencil.
Students will be expected to memorize scenes and songs used in class.
Pick a Major!
Students in the Performing Arts Theatre Camp are given the opportunity to pick between 2 majors. Musical Theatre and Acting.
Musical Theatre Major: Students will work on developing a production number from a favorite hit Broadway musical; with focus on choreography, voice, and scene work. Students will work on stage presence, characterizations, polish, and teamwork.
Acting Major: Students will build a one act with emphasis on objectives, character choices, focus and stage presence. Students participating in the acting major will develop skills of willingness and personal motivation, to listen and respond, to find creative solutions for problems as a member of a team.
Showbiz Kidz is an integrated visual and performing arts program for ages 3 -5 years. Students are introduced to music, dance, drama and art through song, movement, rhythmic instruments, fairytale theatre, and hands-on craft projects. Let your child experience the magic of the arts. This program uses literature to encourage children to use their imagination as they build their creativity and self-confidence.
A preschool student’s first lesson is “how to learn.” They begin to form their attitudes toward school and to see themselves as learners. Did you know that the arts lead to increased interest in historical and geographical topics? The arts help to provide experiences for students to become lifelong learners.