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Unfortunately, the TheatreMakers Spring Break Camp has been canceled.
Watch for details on our 2021 TheatreMakers Summer Camp!

Creating Original Theatre

Bozeman Actors Theatre and Yellowstone TheatreMakers present Fairy Tale REMIX Spring Break Camp!* Have you ever wondered what happened to Cinderella’s less-than-lovely stepsisters? Where all of those big bad wolves came from? Or what if Rapunzel had a YouTube channel? Over five fast and fun days, campers will create original plays by turning classic favorites on their heads. Workshop participants will devise the stories together, serving as actors, directors, playwrights, and designers. In this camp, we’ll focus on making bold physical and vocal choices to support our characters and learn scenic painting skills to create backdrops for our plays. Led by YTM Director Kristin Hammargren and experienced members of the BAT company, Fairy Tale REMIX promises to be a creative experience your child will not want to miss.

*Given the ongoing uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 in our community all plans for camp are subject to change. We are taking a limited number of campers and will practice masking, social distancing, and sanitation. All staff will be local and/or vaccinated. Our socially-distanced summer camp went well and at the moment we feel comfortable offering in-person programming. If camp is canceled due to changes in circumstance or you no longer feel comfortable with your child attending, fees will be refunded in full.

YTI TreeBozeman Actors Theatre

TheatreMakers Spring Break Camp *CANCELED*

WHO: Students entering 4th-12th grades**
**Advanced opportunities and leadership roles available for older students

WHEN: March 15–19 (Monday–Friday) 9am-3pm

WHERE: Yellowstone Theological Institute Rehearsal Space
2030 Stadium Drive, Bozeman, MT

Coming This Summer:

Mark your calendars for TheatreMakers Summer Camp, August 16-20, 2021

Group of young actors working on a project

Adventurous Live Theatre
Fun & Supportive Environment

Workshop Objectives

  • Students learn the fundamentals of creating a character and dramatic structure through writing and performance
  • Students explore and stretch their body, voice, and imagination
  • Students gain hands-on experience in theatre design
  • Students learn about theatre from a variety of perspectives including performer, director, writer, and designer
  • Students work together as a supportive ensemble
  • Students learn about the world of professional theatre from local working artists

How to Prepare

  • Students should be well-rested and dressed in comfortable clothes for movement.
  • Please bring a water bottle and a lunch. A refrigerator and microwave are available.
  • Feel free to communicate any special needs, or other concerns you might have about your child’s participation in our workshops. We are committed to fostering a safe, comfortable environment for all students. Email questions or concerns to Kristin Hammargren at talktomisskh@gmail.com.

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