WICA Conservatory Summer Camps


  • Whidbey Island Center for the Arts 565 Camano Ave Langley, WA, 98260 United States

The multi-session WICA Conservatory introduces an holistic approach to theatre that includes all areas of stagecraft, creative dramatics, and acting experiences, with emphasis on development of self-esteem, self-confidence and personal expression. We believe process and product are of equal value—participants experience hands-on learning, professional instruction, internship opportunities, and performing in a first-class facility.

Register for classes by calling WICA Administration at 360.221.8262 or 800.638.7631

 

WICA CONSERVATORY SUMMER CAMPS 2015

 

BRING LIFE TO COLOR - INTERDISCIPLINARY COLOR THEORY CLASS:  
JULY 13-17 / ALL AGES

Lead Teacher: Fritha Strand

Mixing most artistic disciplines, this all ages camp is sure to have your child exploring and having fun doing so.  Focusing on the color wheel, we will discover mixing colors, dance, music, writing and theatre with visual art. If your child enjoys creativity and hands on learning, this is the camp to take!

When: July 13 –17, M - F, from 1pm-3pm, with a performance and exhibition July 17th at 2pm

Cost: $80 (some scholarship available)

For registration information call WICA at 360.221.8262

Bring Life to Color Registration Form

 

SHAKESPEARE DECODED:  JULY 20-24 / AGES 12-ADULT
(YOUNGER STUDENTS ADMITTED BY INTERVIEW)

Lead Teacher: Tristan A.B. Steel

For anyone who has ever felt intimidated by Shakespeare, wondered “What language are they speaking?”, or simply wanted to learn more about the rhythm and meter of his verse - this class is for you!  Designed for actors and spectators, for novices and veteran “Bardologists” alike, it will provide a “Rosetta Stone” for unlocking the words, characters, thoughts, and ideas of one of the greatest playwrights and poets in the English language.  Offered in a workshop setting, class participants will learn simple, straightforward tools and resources to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of Shakespeare.  

When: July 20 - 24, M - F, from 1pm-3pm

Cost: $80 (some scholarship available)

For registration information call WICA at 360.221.8262

Shakespeare Decoded Registration Form

 

 

DRAMA CAMP:  JULY 14 - 23 / AGES 5-10

Where the Wild Things Are

Lead Teacher/Director: Deana Duncan

Maurice Sendak’s beloved literary classic, Where the Wild Things Are will be brought to life this summer during a two-week summer camp for youth. The story features all the charming characters from the book and will be performed by the kids on the final day of camp. This program will provide each child with the opportunity to play, learn, and shine!

This story of only 338 words focuses on a young boy named Max who, after dressing in his wolf costume, wreaks such havoc through his household that he is sent to bed without his supper. Max's bedroom undergoes a mysterious transformation into a jungle environment, and he winds up sailing to an island inhabited by malicious beasts known as the "Wild Things." After successfully intimidating the creatures, Max is hailed as the king of the Wild Things and enjoys a playful romp with his subjects; however, he decides to return home, to the Wild Things' dismay. After arriving in his bedroom, Max discovers a hot supper waiting for him.

When:  July 14-23: T,W,Th from 9:30am-11:30am, with a performance on July 23 at Noon.

Cost:      $80 (some scholarship available)

For registration information call WICA at 360.221.8262

Drama Camp Registration Form

 

PAINTING WITH LIGHT:  JULY 14 - 30 / ALL AGES

Lead Teacher: Ann Deacon

Painting With Light will explore how a light design goes from the page to the stage by exploring design functions: visibility, mood and atmosphere, composition, plausibility, reinforcement, revelation of form, and punctuation. 

When: July 14 – 30, Tuesdays & Thursdays, from 6 pm - 8 pm

Cost: $100 (some scholarship available)

For registration information call WICA at 360.221.8262

Painting With Light Registration Form