Summer on Stage (8-16)

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Summer on Stage (8-16)

Monday, July 8 — Friday, July 26 at 9:00am — 4:00pm
(Extended care from 8–9 am and/or 4–5 pm available for an additional cost)

This three-week, full-day summer camp in the performing arts emphasizes personal development, collaboration, creativity, commitment and fun. Summer on Stage includes daily classes in acting as well as a variety of theatre workshops including dance, voice, improvisation, stage combat, and backdrop painting. Campers collaborate with a teaching artist in an area of their choice and create an original performance piece presented on the final afternoon of the program.

Tuition: $675


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The Theatre Institute at Sage’s Summer 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.

  1. An incident report will be filed, the student will be referred to the Summer on Stage Coordinator, and a parent/ guardian will be contacted.
  2. An incident report will be filed, the parent will be asked to meet with the Summer on Stage Coordinator and other staff involved, the TIS Managing Director will be notified.
  3. An incident report will be filed; the student will meet with the TIS Managing Director and will be dismissed from the program.

Certain extreme negative behavior (e.g., physical violence) may warrant immediate dismissal at the discretion of the Summer Programs Coordinator and the TIS Managing Director. Dismissal from TIS Summer Programs does not allow for a tuition refund.