2019 Summer Camps

Yellowstone Theatre Project

We are proud to provide process-based, student-led exploration of theatre for young artists. Our goal is to foster an environment where students grow through imaginative play, challenge themselves, and support each other through ensemble work. We trust they will take their ability to create, communicate, and nurture out of the theatre classroom and into their lives.

Summer Storybook Theatre Camp

Monday, June 10-Friday, June 14  |  9am-3pm

Students entering grades 3-6 work on scenes from classic children’s literature.

Scene Showcase for Friends & Family, Friday, June 14 at 3pm

Cost: $200 for the week  |  Drop-ins: $40/day
(Full and partial scholarships available)

Solstice Shakespeare Summer Camp and Scene Festival

Monday, June 17–Friday, June 21  |  9am-3pm

Students entering grades 7-12 explore Shakespeare’s words and work. No previous experience necessary.

Scene Showcase for Friends & Family, Friday, June 21 at 3pm

Cost: $200 for the week  |  Drop-ins: $40/day
(Full and partial scholarships available)

Our Director

Kristin HammargrenKristin Hammargren is directing the Yellowstone Theater Project and our 2019 Spring Break Camp. Kristin is an actor, singer, and teaching artist based in Chicago. Born and raised in Minnesota, she grew up doing musical theatre and studying voice in her hometown of Bloomington. Kristin resettled in Chicago after several years of traveling the Midwest and West performing in Shakespeare, musicals, and her one-woman show Discovering Austen. She works as a professional actor and teaching artist, including a recent stint as visiting faculty at Lawrence University and several education tours with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In Chicago she teaches with Victory Gardens, Writers Theatre, and Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble. She is a veteran of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks.

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