“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” 

(Twelth Night, Act 2 Scene 5)


Join us for a week of games, classes, performance, and fun!

August 12-16, 2019 

 

The Park Place Theatre

5480 Point Pleasant Drive

Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

$225 + HST

Ages 10-17 years 

Early drop off and pick up is available (8:00-9:00 am early drop-off $25.00; 4:00-5:00 pm late pick-up $25.00)

(Please note: There is space for 24 registrants. After that, registrants can opt to be wait listed.)

For more information, please contact sbtscamp@smu.ca.

Come to SBTS Summer Training Camp to achieve your own greatness! You will have the opportunity to work with some of the fabulous SBTS actors during the week-long training camp, developing fundamental skills in voice, movement, stage combat, and physical comedy. ”We know what we are, but know not what we may be”, so the training involves a lot of fun things including vocal, physical, and creative warm-up, learning about voice, movement, and character building, blocking, and rehearsing your presentation. Because “All’s Well that Ends Well”, the camp concludes with a mini-Shakespeare production on the last day of the camp. So… “To thine ownself, be true” and register today to secure your spot! 


We’ll be putting together a performance of a collection of scenes by William Shakespeare, taught by Shakespeare by the Sea company members!

Start each day with a vocal, physical, and creative warm-up, and learn about Shakespeare acting technique.

Take voice, movement, and character building workshops.

Afternoons will be spent blocking, learning lines, and rehearsing the performance, which will take place on Friday, August 16th onstage at The Park Place Theatre!

Work with the fabulous SBTS actors during the week-long camp, develop fundamental skills and training in voice, movement, stage combat, and physical comedy. Get a headshot done for the final performance flyer!

For more information, please contact sbtscamp@smu.ca.

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