Improve your acting, singing, dancing, and writing skills as we create all-new, fully-staged shows during our one week summer camps.
Call Sarah Grace Shewbert at 503-544-4308 or email email@example.com for more information.
Summer 2014: Three One-Week Musical Theater Camps
Who: Kids entering grades 2-8
What: Theater games, improvisation, script development, stage movement, and live performance!
When: Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm, July 21st – 25th, July 28th – August 1st, and/or August 4th – 8th (after-care available; see below)
Where: Concordia University Theater (Fine Arts Building), corner of NE 27th & Highland
How much: $175 per kid, per week (family discounts available; see below)
Why: Because musical theater is fun, creative, collaborative, and uses all aspects of one’s mind and body!
Family and friends will be invited to a special, fully-staged performance on the last day of each camp at 2pm in the Concordia University Theater.
Each week’s music, story, and performance are completely independent, so kids are encouraged to attend one, two, or all three camps!
Campers will be provided with morning and afternoon snacks, but will need to bring a sack lunch daily.
The registration fee is $175 per kid, per week. A 10% discount is available for additional family members who sign up for camp OR for single campers who register for additional weeks. Examples: 2 kids, 1 week (or 1 kid, 2 weeks) = $332.50 ($175 + $157.50); 3 kids, 1 week (or 1 kid, 3 weeks) = $490 ($175 + $157.50 + $157.50); 2 kids, 2 weeks = $665 ($332.50 x 2)
After-care is available Monday-Thursday, 3-5pm in the Theater: $15 per kid, per day; $10 per day for additional family members. Pre-registration is requested.
Call Sarah Grace Shewbert at 503-544-4308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information. You can also download the registration form (PDF).
Registration is limited to 32 kids (additional registrations received will be placed on a waiting list pending cancellations). Confirmation will be sent once the registration fees have been received. Checks (made payable to Concordia University) should be sent to:
Sarah Grace Shewbert
MADE for Kids
2811 NE Holman St
Portland OR 97211
Cancellation policy: 100% refund up to 14 days prior to the beginning of camp. No refund within 14 days of the camp’s start date.
About the instructors
Mark has a degree in Performing & Expressive Arts from Ithaca College. He has performed as an actor, singer, and puppeteer and was half of the musical comedy duo, "Humble Divas." He recently played Homer Zuckerman in Charlotte's Web for Oregon Children's Theater. Mark has stage and/or music directed dozens of plays and musical productions and was the Theater Arts Director at Mittleman Jewish Community Center. He stage directed two children's operas for Musical Kids Onstage and has music directed Hair for Radiant Theater. Currently, Mark teaches musical theater classes and directs theater camps for Oregon Children's Theatre and MADE for Kids at Concordia University. He gives private and group lessons in singing and audition prep and has an Interior Redesign/Home Staging business called Fluff It Up Redesign.
Sarah Grace Shewbert
Sarah Grace will complete a doctorate in Music History from the University of Washington in 2014. She holds degrees in Music from the University of Portland and Portland State, and Theater for Youth and English from Concordia University. She has served as musical theater instructor and accompanist at Oregon Children's Theatre and has stage and music directed at Concordia University. Sarah Grace currently teaches at Concordia University and has been the director of the MADE for Kids program since 2004.
About MADE for Kids
MADE for Kids is Music, Art & Drama Education, a community-oriented opportunity for children who live in North and N.E. Portland. Established by Concordia University in 1996, the program is designed to encourage underprivileged children with interactive arts experiences beyond their regular school programs. MADE for Kids incorporates diverse student help from Concordia's theatre, art and elementary education programs. Saturday Arts Carnivals and Summer Camps have featured local artists-in-residence like Will Hornyak and Tears of Joy, while some CU theatre productions and arts activities are Made for Kids. This intergenerational, interscholastic experiment has been supported through grants from the Pamplin Foundation, Herbert Templeton Foundation, Autzen Foundation, Union Pacific Foundation, and the McMenamin Brothers. Recent MADE activities have included Concordia's own Case of the Broken Zoosafone (presented to eight neighboring Elementary schools), Aladdin (Summer Camp), Folk Tales and World Legends (presented at Faubion Elementary classrooms by Concordia education students) and the 2006 original one-act musical Mirror, Mirror, Off the Wall.
MADE for Kids has been made possible in the past by generous grants from The Herbert A Templeton Foundation, The Anne A. Berni Foundation, Wells Fargo and Co., The Wyss Foundation, Union Pacific Foundation, and McMenamins Brothers.
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