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Cost

The cost for one camp session is $80.00 The cost for two camp sessions is $140.00 The cost for three camp sessions is $200.00 Dancers may sign up for more than one camp, or siblings can sign up, too!

Registration

Registration fees do not apply for summer camps.

Camp Descriptions

Make a Splash Camp!

Dive in and explore life beneath the waves through movement. There is so much to see and learn! Dancers will explore aspects of creative movement, musicality, spatial awareness and be introduced to jazz and ballet dance techniques. Using their new knowledge of the elements of dance, young dancers will create an “aquarium” with dancing sea life! Informal presentation at the end of the week for family and friends.

Build with Legos Camp

Build with Legos, build your dance technique! Dancers will build their own Lego environment and use this creation for inspiration while exploring the elements of dance. Turn your creation into movement! Dancers will learn jazz, ballet, and hip hop dance techniques in this fun filled Lego camp! Dancers will need to bring their own Legos in a bag labeled with their name. Informal presentation at the end of the week for family and friends.

Hip Hop Camp

Explore dance styles from the Hip Hop culture through the lens of the dance concepts and the Hip Hop elements. Dancers develop their own voice and style while learning the history of Hip Hop dance and culture. Hip Hop camp focuses on building self confidence and emphasizing the dancer’s unique personalities. We will create art inspired by the elements of Hip Hop! Informal presentation at the end of the week for family and friends.

Musical Theatre Camp

Let’s see where our imagination can take us in Musical Theatre camp! We will dance, act, play theatre games, learn about stage production and stage directions, and we may even design sets and costumes! Along with embodying different characters, dancers will develop their jazz and ballet technique as well as performance skills. Dancers will need to bring a “funny hat” to camp. Informal presentation at the end of the week for family and friends.

What We Do

We provide a safe, nurturing, educational environment where students will establish relationships and a love for movement and dance. Dancers will be engaged in creative movement activities, technique, dancing, choreography, games, and arts and crafts. There will be an informal presentation, 15 minutes before camp ends, on the last day of camp for each session. No prior experience necessary for any camp. Camps are open to all.

What To Wear

Dance wear is encouraged, but any comfortable clothing is appropriate. Costumes and excessive adornment is discouraged. Ballet shoes, jazz shoes, or non-slip socks are appropriate.