Scripts are mailed out before the first day of camp. Students should have read the play and arrive with 2 character choices for which they would like to audition.
Auditions will be held on the first 2 days of camp. The musical director will teach part of an ensemble song for one-on-one evaluation. The choreographer will give a simple movement audition, and then the director will play some character acting games. At callbacks, we will be reading scenes from the play.
Casting is a collaboration of all teachers and KAOW reserves the right to determine casting at our discretion. It’s wonderful to get to know the childrens’ talents before casting. We will be teaching audition techniques; working on monologues and songs for future auditions.
Costumes are created at camp.
After the show has been cast and the kids know the characters they will be playing, a notice regarding costumes will be sent home. Costumes are not bought or rented but created at camp with essentials brought from home.
And now, to set the stage.
Campers will be involved in helping to create the set and props. On painting days, we will supply T-shirts to protect their clothing.
We will capture those memorable moments.
We take pictures and videos through out camp which are available for sale at the shows. A FREE headshot of each student will be taken and yours to keep after the show.
Wednesday, July 15 11AM (Free)
Thursday, July 16 7PM
Friday, July 17 2PM
Saturday, July 18 7PM
*Thursday, the campers go home at 3pm and return at 6pm for evening show
*Friday, camp is a regular schedule of 9am-3pm.
*Saturday, the campers call time for show is at 5pm then a cast party afterwards in the cafeteria.
The shows will be held at the Adventist Academy. Tickets are $5.00 per child and $10 per adult. There will be plenty of seats.
The reward for all their hard work.
Cast party is right after the last show in the cafeteria from 8:30-10pm at the Adventist Academy. Music and desserts will be offered. Potluck will appreciated.