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Stages CSD Educational Theater Program

Corvallis Camps 2019!

CSD Theaters and Corvallis High School are pleased to present their eleventh annual STAGES Theater Camp for kids entering grades 1st – 12th. The positive and fun training will provide education in theater skills while raising the student’s appreciation of the arts.

Summer Theater Camps

We provide a platform to enable students to explore and express their creativity and imagination while encouraging them to delight in the theater process and the end-product.

Past classes have include training in dance, stage movement, basic stage combat, lighting and color on stage, pantomime, stage acting, acting on camera, projection and voice work, music performance, the science of theater, stagecraft, play-writing, clowning, devised works and more.

The exciting two week camp will culminate in a student showcase of techniques and projects worked on during camp. Unlike traditional theater camps, STAGES is a skills-based camp and not a performance-based camp.

Students work on marketable skills necessary for careers in the theater industry.

Summer Camp Audition Information

(Optional)

There is ONE ‘conservatory’ group for upper division students (Shooting Stars).

There is no lower division conservatory. Entry into the Shooting Stars will be by audition. Shooting Stars must be incoming 6th- 12th grade. Curriculum at the Conservatory level will be more advanced and will require more from the students in terms of memorization, character development, movement and voice.

Interested students should fill out a Conservatory Application and then prepare a 1-2 minute monologue. Students may choose a monologue of their own or they may choose one from the attached monologue list. Auditions will be held the first day of camp.

Upper Division Conservatory Audition Info

Auditions will be held on the first day of camp (during camp).  Questions? Please contact: Miz B at laura.beck-ard@corvallis.k12.or.us

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This is a two week camp. Registration for campers wishing to enroll in only ONE WEEK is just fine. The weeks are separated in terms of content, so it is not an issue – just be sure to select the “one week” option (and let us know which week, 1st or 2nd) when enrolling!

Cost for 1 week:

Lower Division $135 Early Bird, $150 Late Bird (after May 1st).

Upper Division 1 week: $155 Early Bird, $170 Late Bird (After May 1st).

If you then need any assistance with this and would like to speak to a live person to complete the transaction over the phone: 541-750-7990

Links:

Apply for a Partial Scholarship (Limited Number Available)
Because of the overwhelming response, Scholarship applications will not be available after May 1st. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Conservatory Application
Monologues for Kids and Teens

Dates

June 17th-28th 2019*

Final Showcase: Friday June 28th
Lower Division: 5:30-6:40pm
Upper Division: 7:00-8:00pm
at The Main Stage Theater, CHS

*If makeup days for snow or other emergencies need to be made up in June, camp will shift to June 25th-July 6th and we would have camp on July 4th.

Lower Division Camp

1st -5th Graders
(as of September 2019)

8:00am -12:30pm (drop off starts at 8am with warm ups and rally. Students are in class working by 8:30am)
THIS IS A HALF DAY CAMP, M-F

Aftercare is not available but we will provide a bus to the Boys & Girls club and drop of at OSU kidspirit for a small additional fee ($2/day).

Students bring their own water bottle, and snacks (to avoid food allergy issues).

Students need to wear comfortable clothes and closed toed shoes.

Cost

$230 Early Bird (paid before May 1st)
$260 Paid after May 1st

Upper Division Camp

6th- 12th Graders (as of September 2019)

This camp has three sections, one of which can be auditioned for (see “conservatory” auditions below).
1:00pm-5:00pm M-F

Cost for the Two Week Camp

$260 Early Bird (paid by May 1st)
$290 Paid after May 1st
(Some partial scholarships are available, but not many. Please ask if finances would keep your child from participating.)