REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Is your child interested in theatre and acting? Need something fun to do this Summer? They will LOVE our modern, silly, magical summer theatre camp! Brought to you by the Cardome Renaissance Center and Georgetown Community Children's Theatre.
THREE FULL WEEKS of acting games, activities, interactive lessons, costumes, stage makeup, props, auditions, performance time, and so much more! Along with a full-stage performance of the ,"Once on This Island, Jr. at the end of the camp for all friends and family to attend.
Accepting Campers ages 7-18yrs
Camp lasts a FULL THREE WEEKS:
1st Week: Monday, JULY 15th - Friday, JULY 19th
2nd Week: Monday, JULY 22nd - Friday, JULY 26th
3rd Week: Monday, JULY 29th - Friday, August 1st
**Performances Friday, Aug 2nd, Saturday, Aug 3rd, & Sunday, Aug 4th, for all friends and family to attend!
Camp Dropoff 9:00am, Pickup 4:00pm
Registration is $470 per camper (That's an average of $4.47 AN HOUR for this camp!) **Please note that meals/drinks/snacks are NOT included as part of the camp. You will need to provide your child with their own meals/drinks/snacks each day.
Located in the Academy Theatre at the Cardome Renaissance Center in Georgetown.
Below is a copy of the full camp itinerary for your review, as well as more information about the camp goals, our mission, the Director, registration and payment information.
To bring an all-encompassing theatre camp experience to Scott County and Central Kentucky, that ALL children can learn from, enjoy, and love!
All children ages 7-18 years are welcome!
We want every child that comes through our doors to know that they are loved, safe, cared for, and accounted for. That at our camps, we not only want them to have fun, but to grow as a young artist and actor. For them to make new friends, learn new skills, and take on artistic challenges headfirst. To teach them to be problem solvers, active helpers, and excited learners. So that when they leave each day, they can't wait to come back! And when camp ends, they will have memories to last a lifetime, and fresh new skills to take to their next theatre adventure!
Camp Director, Sloan Theaker
Sloan Theaker is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, with a BA in Theatre and emphasis in Musical Theatre and Stage Combat. Mrs. Theaker is a freelance artist in Lexington, KY. Having worked in local theatres around central Kentucky, Mrs. Theaker has worked as a director (University of Kentucky and Georgetown Community Theatre), choreographer (UK, SCAPA, and Lexington Christian Academy), production assistant (The REP and Diana Evans School of Dance), props mistress (Woodford Theatre), audition monitor and child wrangler (The Lexington Theatre Company), stage manager (SCAPA and Diana Evans School of Dance), and fight director (Asbury College). Mrs. Theaker’s first love is performing. She made her regional theatre debut in the Lexington Theatre Company’s Legally Blonde. She has performed at Lexington Christian Academy (The Music Man, Cinderella, Seussical the Musical, The Wizard of Oz, and choreographer for Shrek the Musical), Lexington Children’s Theatre (Seussical the Musical, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe), Woodford Theatre (Once on this Island JR, Beauty and the Beast, JR, Scrooge the Musical, A Christmas Story: the Musical, and Hairspray), The REP (Georgie Boy! and assistant choreographer for Wizard of Oz), and UK (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hair, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and She Kills Monsters), and Georgetown Community Theatre (Peter Pan, the British Musical). Sloan is excited and grateful for every opportunity to train with the next generation of theatre artists.
Camp Itinerary & Show Information
This rousing Calypso-flavored tale (Once on This Island, Jr.) follows one small girl who finds love in a world of prejudice. With its poignant story and catchy Caribbean-flavored score, it is a highly original theatrical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s popular fairy tale, The Little Mermaid, and the Tony-nominated Broadway musical by the legendary writing team, Ahrens and Flaherty. (MTI).
Below is a schedule breakdown of each camp week, so you can review what your child will be doing BEFORE you commit!
After the camp ends, there will be a full performance by the cast of "Once on This Island, Jr.", for all friends, family, and public to attend. Each camper receives 2 FREE tickets to give to their Family or Friends. Additional tickets will be $10 each. We will have full seating available by the stage, as well as concessions for sale at the performance.
July 15-19, Monday – Friday 9am-4pm
During this week, students will learn musical theatre techniques
(including acting, dance, and voice sessions, to name a few). The students will receive training in multiple disciplines of the theatrical arts. On Friday of this week, students will participate in a mock audition, to help prepare them for future auditions and shows.
July 22-26, Monday – Friday 9am-4pm
During this week, students will be assigned roles to participate in our summer show, Once on This Island Jr,
We will spend the week learning the songs, dances, and staging for this
wonderful, one-act musical.
July 29-August 1, Monday – Thursday 6-9pm
This week will be our final dress rehearsals in the EVENINGS for the show, where students will also learn the foundations of the technical side of theatre, including hair, makeup, lights, sound, and set.
PERFORMANCE DATES, 7-9pm
Friday, August 2nd @ 7pm
Saturday, August 3rd @ 7pm
Sunday, August 4th @ 2pm