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Camp (Calgary): Spring Break 2015 Drama/Theatre Camps for ages 7 – 14 – Theatre A Go-Go

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Camp (Calgary): Spring Break 2015 Drama/Theatre Camps for ages 7 – 14 – Theatre A Go-Go

Only 4 days remain for Early Bird discount to kids Spring Break Drama Camps!

Register today and invest in your loved ones by providing them with a rich Theatre Arts experience that engages body, emotions, and senses in dynamic fun learning!

This spring, it’s all about the Jungle Book at Theatre A Go-Go and we’re proud to present our exciting line up of Spring Break Drama/Theatre Arts Camps. Join us, meet new friends and have fun while improving physical, emotional and verbal literacy.

WHO: Ages 7-14
WHAT: JUNGLE BOOK ADVENTURES with Tanya Lukenoff – Imagine the Literary world of Rudyard Kipling and the jungles of India. In a series of fun-filled drama classes, players will begin with self-development before creating their own character mask and exploring another character. With a new sense of body and vocal confidence, players will express their character and the style of Theatre by presenting an adaptation of The Jungle Book, at the end of the camp. This Celebration of Learning is for friends, family and anyone who would like to see how we play.

WHEN: Monday – Friday, March 23-27 OR April 6-10, 2015 from 9:00am – 4:00pm (Pre & post care available)

INVESTMENT: Discount = $230/player if registered by February 23, or for members of: the same family, Parkdale Community, Calgary Kids Club, Morpheus Theatre
Regular = $280/player
INVESTMENT INCLUDES: 5 classes x 7 hours/class plus 2 hours for dress rehearsal and performance at the end of the program. For the performance, costumes, props and set are supplied by Theatre A Go-Go. $10 of investment goes towards the supplies needed for take home Character mask.

WHERE: All classes take place at the Morpheus Rehearsal Centre in the Parkdale Community Centre (3512 5 Ave. N.W.).

ACCOLADES: “My overall impression of the programs is that they are very child focused, with the goal of character development as well as self-discovery and confidence, as well as exploring dramatic skills and techniques. My child developed in all of these areas. Thank you!!!” – Parent
“The program is a good chance first and foremost to learn about collaboration and for kids to make some friends; a good introduction to what working in the theatre is all about; learning that a character is the whole picture: inner thoughts and feelings, physical presence and mannerisms etc. and getting to experience putting on a show!” – Parent

T.A.G.G.–You’re it!

CONTACT Tanya for more information at:
EM: or PH: 403.283.4622 or WEB:


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