Friday, April 16, 2021

Steel River Playhouse Offering Summer Camps

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The following was submitted by Steel River Playhouse.

After a year spent online, Steel River Playhouse is excited to bring creativity, learning, and fun back to the Playhouse with several choices for in person Summer Camps. 

From rising kindergarteners to high school students and those looking for a pre-professional theater experience, there is something for every age and level of experience.

Rising kindergarteners through second graders have a choice of “Mr. Tell’s Book Worms” in the morning, or “Mr. Phil’s Wiggle Worms” in the afternoon. 

These camps run from June 21 until June 25, with storytelling, movement, theater skills, and fun. If your child prefers to stay all day they are welcome, just pack a lunch.

Rising third graders through seventh graders can participate in a camp session lasting from July 19 through July 30 daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. At the end of the two weeks, the theatrical retelling of the hit animated children’s film Madagascar will take to the stage with a performance for both in-person and virtual audiences.

Rising seventh through tenth graders have the opportunity to perform in Godspell, Jr. This camp runs daytimes 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from July 5 through July 16. The culminating production will be offered with limited in person attendance as well as online access during camp hours. 

This show blends a variety of theater techniques, such as vaudeville, pantomime, and acrobatics, to bring a vibrant story to life. The musical’s songs are just as diverse, encompassing a blend of genres that ultimately leaves audiences with a message of love, tolerance, and kindness.

The Intensive Summer program will be the iconic musical theater favorite Heathers. This audition-only program will be open to those ages 13 to 21, with performances taking place Aug. 20-22. It will be directed and choreographed by Dann Dunn, who has created professional works around the world with Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winning artists, holding credits on Broadway and more.

The safety of students, staff, and community is foremost, so all programs will conform to CDC guidelines in force at the time. Full pricing and more information is available at

Steel River Playhouse is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization that seeks to strengthen our community, inspire creative exploration, educate, and entertain, through the presentation of quality performing arts events and education for diverse audiences.

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