Footloose Theater Programs
Director: Liam Pickett
Registration Form Below!
SAVE $50 IF YOU REGISTER BY MAY 1ST USING THE COUPON CODE: NTB26
About the Program
Register now for a three week, full day summer camp 5 days a week beginning July 3rd and running through July 21st (OFF on July 4th).
Theater Camp Junior - Ages 8-12
Theater Camp for Teens - Ages 13-18
The camp will run from 9:00am to 3:00pm and will culminate into performances of a full Broadway style musical productions which will be performed on Friday, July 21st and Saturday, July 22nd.
Auditions for roles will be held during the first day of the camp but all camp participants will be acting, singing, and dancing throughout this entire production. The camp day will be filled with theatre games, vocal work on songs for the show, choreography of the dance numbers, staging of the scenes, memorization of lines and music, and production work for this show. The last week of the camp will involve full runs of the show in order to prepare for the performances.
We will offer before and after care too! Before Care will begin at 8:00AM and After Care will end at 4:00PM for those families that need to drop off their students early/pick them up late. There will be an extra $50 fee upon registration if you will need these Before Care/After Care accommodations.
The cost of camp this year is $600 per student and returning actors/actresses from last year will receive a $50 discount.
If you are in need of financial aid to help cover part of the cost please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to inquiry!
I have over eight years of experience working with kids and teenagers through theatre. Throughout college and in community/semi-professional theaters I've been directing, acting, stage managing, producing, working sound and microphones, installing lights, building sets. And during all of this I have been teaching it to kids as well and building connections to professionals on and off Broadway.
I went to Marist College studying Biochemistry, Adolescent Education, and Theatre. I currently work at Amsterdam High School as a Chemistry teacher. I am very active with Home Made Theater, a professional quality community theater organization in Saratoga Springs as well as other theater groups in the Capital Region (Harbinger Theater, Family Players, and Circle Theatre Players at Sand Lake Center for the Arts).
My mission is to help kids and teenagers to discover their passions, build confidence, create social bonds, provide hope, and provide an escape from their everyday lives through performance. Life can be hard, especially today, and kids are sometimes the most vulnerable to it all. Theatre and performance can help them find creative outlets for the stress that the other aspects of life often induce.