Kids will love this full day camp where they become part of creating and performing in an original show complete with comedy, music, dancing (and perhaps a little stage combat...there always is)! Students will develop their own scenes, skits, musical numbers or whatever their awesome brains can come up with ALL IN ONE WEEK! Parents can join us for a show on the final afternoon program.
For ages 8-16
Classes 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
February 21 - 25
Schacht Fine Arts Center, Troy Campus
Masks and social distancing will be be required.
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The Theatre Institute at Sage’s Theatre Education Programs offer an environment where students can feel comfortable and safe exploring, expressing personal creativity. Inappropriate behavior and habitual discipline problems cause difficulty for staff, teachers and other students in class. Therefore, we have developed a Dismissal Policy which outlines a specific procedure for dealing with these problems. Our overall objective is to deal promptly and fairly with discipline problems and to resolve them order to avoid a student’s dismissal from the program. This procedure is to take place after the teacher has already tried to manage the student on his/her own within the classroom.
Certain extreme negative behavior (e.g., physical violence) may warrant immediate dismissal at the discretion of the Theatre Education Program Coordinator and the TIS Managing Director. Dismissal from the Theatre Education Program does not allow for a tuition refund.