2013 E.H.S. Summer Theater Camp
Explore Imagination and creation on stage this summer!
Eustace High School's 1st Annual Theater Camp
Times: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Where: Eustace High School Campus (band hall entrance)
Cost: $100 for first child & $75 for each additional child enrolled
Receive $25 off enrollment fee if paid by June 4th (That's $75 for 1st child & $50 each additional child!)
What are the requirements for enrollment?
Child Must be ages 10-15
Complete a registration form and return it to:
Ms. Tammy Beaty
Eustace High School Theater Arts
@ High School Campus if before June 4th.
After June 4th Please complete and mail by June 21st to:
405 Church Street
Eustace, TX 75124
Please make checks payable to: Eustace High School Drama
Your Child must be ages 10-15 and have transportation to and from the school.
What will you need?
Comfortable clothing and shoes you can dance in!
Ms. Tammy "Queen" Beaty
E.H.S. Theater Arts Teacher & Director/Sponsor
Mr. Calvin "King" Kennedy
E.H.S. Theater Arts Co-Director/Sponsor and History Teacher
Advanced Theater Arts Students
E.H.S. Theater Arts Students
Bring out your child's inner star!!
Students will enjoy creating and applying their own original makeup designs and creative costumes using recyclable materials. This is a fun for all class where creativity is king! Students will be able to take home their costumes.
Pantomime & Improvisation:
Students will learn the basic movements and hand positions of pantomime and the rules of improvisation through various improvisation games. They'll use hats, props and costumes pieces to quickly think up scenes and act them out using the items. A laugh a minute these games encourage students to work as an ensemble using creative thinking, socialization & leadership skills.
Stage Movement from Rockin' it Out to Oh, Romeo!:
Students will learn the 9 acting areas of the stage, the 8 stage positions, levels, entrances and exits, using upstage and downstage gestures and keeping open to the audience through activities that increase their confidence and stage presence. Stylized movement for different genres of theater will also be learned through a variety of games.
Choreography, Vocals and Music for Musical Theater:
Students will learn a choreographed number from a Broadway Musical while exploring vocals and the techniques to controlling the voice on stage. Projection exercises and vocal warm ups will also be taught. Bring your instruments in if you're a musician!