The Emerald Coast Theater Company presents summer camps for kids and sign ups are happening now. Have a kid that’s really into drama and theater? This might be the perfect summer camp for them. Kids and students can experience training in the theater and practice communication, critical thinking and team-based skills all summer long throughout June and July for students ages 4 to 15. This covers kids in Bay, Okaloosa and Walton counties as well.
Pre-K – 1st Grade – Ages 4 – 7
This is specifically designed for the youngest campers out there. They will be performing Little Rascals, which is a camp focusing on activities for students exploring acting, singing and movement. They will have an energetic and nurturing environment that fosters creativity. There are three different camp weeks so check the website for details and registration.
Grade 2 to 8
Camp Showtime features half-day and full-day camps starting on Monday, June 6. Students can come and act, sing and dance to popular Broadway is a calls and tunes and learn some simple choreography to WOW the parents on the last day.
Grades 2 to 8
Beauty and the Beast is an enchanting camp providing a musical version of this familiar fairytale. There will be many fun roles available for both boys and girls. This camp starts Monday, June 6 and has a five Different weeks available for camp activities.
Grades 3 to 9
this is one of the more expensive camps and runs starting June 13 through June 25 and again on July 18 through July 29. This is located at either the Rise Dance Center in Destin or the Gulf Coast State College in Panama City. The tuition is $275 and they do have payment plans available. This camp will be focusing on Annie, Junior, the musical. This popular comic strip adapted from the Tony award-winning musical will feature all your favorite songs, fantastic roles for orphans, servants and tourists and will feature fully dressed up theater entertainment.
For information on any of these unique drama and theater camps over the summer in Panama City Beach and surrounding communities and towns visit the Emerald Coast Theater.org to register.
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