Auditions for the Paladin Playhouse Summer Theatre Camp production of Moana, Jr. are scheduled for Wednesday, June 15th from 9am - 4pm, with lunch provided (pizza and drink). We hope to see you there!
After a two year COVID break, we are excited to bring back The Paladin Playhouse Summer Theater Camp at South Plantation High School!
Theater Director Jason Zembuch-Young and his team of industry professionals and camp counselors are once again offering children ages 7-13 the opportunity to experience the thrill and excitement of the performing arts.
No other summer camp offers the comprehensive curriculum (and FUN!) that The Paladin Playhouse Summer Theatre Camp offers so sign up early while slots are still open!
The Paladin Playhouse Summer Theater Camp is a 6 week summer camp beginning June 20th and runs Monday through Thursday, 9am - 4pm, wrapping up on July 28th with a full mainstage production.
Campers will be placed into age-appropriate groups for all classes and will be adjusted based on main-stage production needs. The curriculum will cover subjects including acting, dance, vocal instruction and stagecraft (see sidebar to your right), all of which will result in a fully produced end-of-camp production on the Paladin Playhouse stage, complete with lights, make up, costumes & music. This year's mainstage production will be Moana, Jr!!
Camp tuition is as follows:
$850.00 per camper if paid in full before May 1, 2022
$900.00 per camper if paid by June 1, 2022.
TUITION DUE IN FULL BY JUNE 1, 2022.
If sending more than one child per family deduct $50 per additional child.
You can also secure your reservation today by sending your application and check to:
South Plantation High School c/o Jason Zembuch-Young
1300 SW 54th Ave.
Plantation, FL 33317
Please make checks out to the South Plantation Friends of the Theatre
For additional information please email Theater Director Jason Zembuch-Young at Jason.Zembuch@browardschools.com or call 754-323-2033.
9am – 12pm Classes
Acting/Stage Movement – Campers will learn the basic principles of acting and stage movement including: characterization, partner work, stage directions and positions, and stage movement.
Dance for the Musical Stage – Campers will be introduced to some of the more traditional styles of dance for musical theatre; including jazz, ballet, and modern. Throughout the class, they will also learn comprehensive warm-up techniques and several routines.
Vocals for the Musical Stage – Campers will learn how to properly warm up their voices and be instructed on proper vocal placement and breathing. Vocal coaching will focus on pitch and intonation as well as style.
Pantomime/Improvisation/Theatre Games – Campers will be introduced to the basic principles of both pantomime and improvisational acting and how to use these principles in order to create dynamic scenes.
12pm – 1pm Lunch (Bring your Own or Lunch Options Available For Purchase)
1pm – 4pm Production Work
Students will be exposed to multiple facets of production including set design and construction, scenic painting, props, costumes, and makeup.
Rehearsal: Blocking and Choreography. This time will be dedicated to staging and choreographing the main-stage production. Students will now have the opportunity to use the skills they have been learning in the classes.
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