Free Summer Camp Demos from Metro Theater Company

Thursday, July 16, 2020
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Interested in online Creative Arts Camps for your Pre-K through 5th Grader? Join Metro Theater Company for a free interactive preview of their Creative Arts Camps! Creative discovery is what it's all about as the arts disciplines blend together.

Creative Arts Campers might create a dance inspired by music they have composed or a sculpture inspired by an improvisation scene they have developed. Creative Arts Camp is a great place to make new friends, build self-confidence, and nurture imagination. A typical day might include: all camp warm up, sculpting, improvisation, free time, yoga/relaxation time, drama, storytelling, and an all camp singalong. 

Sign up for the free interactive camp preview by emailing Gen Zoufal at [email protected]. Include your name, and your student's name, age and mailing address. Interative classes are 45 minutes and feature Metro Theater's Education Director Karen Bain and Resident Teaching Artist Gen Zoufal.

Free Summer Camp Demos will be held Thursday, July 16.

9 a.m. for the Pre-K - Kindergarten session, and 

1 p.m. for students entering grades 1 through 5.

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