SUMMER THEATRE ARTS CAMP

Summer Camp 2018

Join us this June for our Summer Theatre Arts Camp! There will be activities and games that center around our 2018 theme! Students will rehearse a short play, Stanley the Stalwart Dragon, and present it to their parents at the end of the two weeks. Stanley is a brave dragon who is kind to others but lacks the trade-mark trait all dragons should have – breathing fire. When a raven named City Slick, the Third, steals Stanley and sells him to the circus, his true friends embark on a rescue mission to get him back.

This camp is open for kids ages 8-14.

CAMP 1 – June 4-16, 2018 – FULL

TIME: 8:30 AM to 12 noon

WHERE: Paradise Valley Baptist Church

14034 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ 85032

CAMP 2 – June 18-30, 2018

TIME: 8:30 AM to 12 noon

WHERE: Sun City West Christian Church

20803 N. 151st Ave, Sun City West, AZ 85375

Summer Camp Fees:

$200 Tuition

$50 Tickets (which can be resold)

Total: $250

Register by June 1st, 2018 and get a $25 Early Registration discount!

CONTACT:  Arlene Moe

Phone: 623-252-8831

E-mail: moezartpr@hotmail.com

Quotes from summer camp kids:

The MoezArt summer theatre arts camp is something I look forward to every summer.  The leaders do a great job making the play come together, while also making the experience fun by playing improv and other theatre-related games. The shows are a challenge, but they are always very fun to perform. The theatre camp experience is one to be remembered.

-Mark Gintz

My first summer camp, I played Stanley in Stanley the Stalwart Dragon. It was my first lead role and I was scared to death. The staff was encouraging and helpful. By the end of the two weeks, I fell in love with being the lead and working with new castmates and new directors. Summer camp is a great place to try new roles, meet new people from all over the valley, learn more about different aspects of theater such as costumes or sets, and enjoy the casual game, snack, and hang out times. Now that I have learned to love theater, one of my favorite parts of summer camp is the challenge of putting on a new show in just two weeks. Even if you are not sure of theater is your thing, Summer Camp is a place you can feel comfortable giving it a try. I have not missed one summer camp in 5 years.
-Brenden Lawrence

2017             

Summer Camp 2017: Comic Book Artist

For our 2017 summer camp, we introduced a new show called Comic Book Artist! The story follows Stanley, an artist who dreams big, and wants to have his own comic book produced. His chance comes when when a new villian is created, Dr. Shockclock. Stanley must rescue the city by creating, and perhaps being, the hero who saves the day!

WHEN:  June 12-24, 2017

WHERE:  North Mountain Church

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2016

Summer Camp 2016 block1 copy 2Summer Camp 2016: Mystery and Melodrama

In 2016, our camp included three one-act plays: “Mystery on 13th Street”, “The Omelet Murder Case”, and “Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie”. Whether it was the melodramatic western, the spoof on Shakespeare, or the story of a mysterious house to explore, each one-act gave the students a chance to learn new skills, to work together, and to hone their dramatic and melodramatic acting.

WHEN:  June 13-25, 2016

WHERE:  North Mountain Church

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Summer Camp 2015: Happily Ever After

In 2015 our fairytale themed youth summer camp included two weeks of drama, games and fun for ages 8-14. After two weeks of rehearsals the campers present a full show for family and friends, telling the story of a bashful beast, an vain and self-centered princess, and three couples who found out that “happily ever after” sometimes needs a reboot.

WHEN:  June 15-27, 2015

WHERE:  North Mountain Church

2015

2014

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Summer Camp 2014: Adventures on the High Seas

In 2014, our camp included an adventure on a remote desert island! Pirates, explorers, adventurers and their cronies converged on one island, following a mysterious map. Their escapades and trials were hilarious and all led to an unexpected ending!

WHEN:  June 2-14, 2014

WHERE:  Covenant Community Church