South City Theatre offering youth summer camp

PELHAM – This summer, South City Theatre is offering an opportunity for young thespians to sharpen their skills at the Acting Up Theatre Summer Camp.

The camp will take place June 10-21 at Crosscreek Baptist Church in Pelham, Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The camp is for youth ages 7-18.

The camp offers students a fun-filled program to help them develop confidence, imagination, enthusiasm, theatrical skills, vocal ability and self-esteem. Students will work with professional performers and teachers to become better artists through studying acting, dancing singing and more.

The two-week camp costs $325 and includes a T-shirt. There is a is non-refundable fee of $50. Refunds are available up to two weeks prior to the start of camp. Registration is open until June 12 or until the camp is full.

There will be a showcase performance on Friday, June 21, at 6 p.m.

Acting Up is South City Theatre’s youth theatre division. Two workshops are offered per year for aspiring actors ages 9-18, and a Summer Musical Theatre Camp for ages 7-18. The organization’s fall musical workshop runs from September to November, and the spring workshop (non-musical) runs March to May.

Both workshops rehearse twice a week and culminate with a full production. The goal of these workshops is to guide young actors through the entire production experience, including the thrill of a curtain call. Space is limited, and all registered participants have an active role in the production.

For more information, contact Camp Director Melissa Bailey at info@southcitytheatre.com. To register, go to Goo.gl/forms/qnW1oHp1DQZXxAVF2.