Ages: 7 to 11
July 8-12, 2019
Member: $90 / Non-Member: $110
8 students maximum. This camp is currently full. Use the red button on the left to add your name to the waiting list.
In this camp, girls will gain confidence by creating their own theatre “world” as a group! Campers will play theatre games and learn improvisation, finding laughter at every turn. They will work on short monologues of their choice (or provided by the instructor). They may even bring in a song they’d like to rehearse for fun (a-cappella). Students will learn about the strong female characters of Shakespeare.
They will play and work at stations, including Free-Draw, Clay, and Props ‘n’ Costumes. Instructor encourages students’ own unique imaginations and creativity. Students also gain confidence through specific physical & vocal warm-ups. Instructor provides a fun, “no right or wrong,” atmosphere. Camp is based on the curriculum from Spolin Theatre Games for the Classroom by Viola Spolin.
The instructor is an experienced coach & professional actress who finds the unique quality in every student. Girls World Theatre Camp’s fun and easy environment puts every girl at ease and allows them to express her own unique “voice” while also learning the power and value of working in a group.
About Cyndi Logan:
Cyndi has been a member of the Actors’ Equity Association since 1993 and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Radio Broadcasting from Susquehanna University, PA. She received further acting training at the Neighborhood Playhouse /School of Meisner Technique in New York City. During Cyndi’s 25-year career, she has coached, directed and served as a theatre outreach instructor primarily on the East Coast. During her ten years in New York City and her 15 years on and off in Vermont, Cyndi taught camps and workshops, directed children and adults specifically for children’s theatre projects, served as an audition monitor and associate casting director in NYC, plus instructed students in private sessions (monologue work, scene study, song interpretation and audition technique).
Cyndi has been associated with such organizations as North Shore Music Theatre(MA), Papermill Playhouse (NJ), The Southern Vermont Arts Center (VT), Oldcastle Theatre Company (VT), Dorset Theatre Festival (VT), Theatreworks/USA (NYC), New York Performance Works (NYC), The Forum (NYC), Penobscot Theatre Company (ME), Adirondack Theatre Festival (NY), River Union Stage (NJ), The Tobin School (MA) , Metrowest Performing Arts Center (MA), among others. Cyndi now resides, full time, in beautiful West Pawlet, Vermont and has served her community as an assistant pre-school teacher, a full time nanny and works on staff at Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home, in Manchester, Vermont.