The perfect summer camp for young aspiring performers!
What is "Theater Creations Camp" ?
This August, Chatham Community Players will offer a two-week theater arts camp for children ages 7-10 lead by Scott Tyler, the Camp Director/Instructor. Our campers will learn the fundamentals of acting onstage while using their imaginations and artistic creativity to develop their very own play! Through various games and exercises, our campers will also learn about different theatrical elements and how they are used to shape a performance. An original script will be created using the campers chosen storyline and characters. This work will be rehearsed and ultimately performed on the CCP stage. The camp culminates in a full performance with no scripts in hand for family and friends.
When is "Theater Creations Camp" ?
Camp runs from Monday August 6th through Friday August 17th (weekdays). There are a few options when signing up: You can be a FULL DAY camper for the whole two weeks (both AM and PM sessions) or you can be a HALF DAY camper (AM or PM). AM runs from 9am--11:30 with a 15 minute break for snack. Lunch is from 11:30--12. Then PM runs 12--2:30 with another 15 minute break.
How Much is "Theater Creations Camp" ?
FULL DAY Camper = $625 and HALF DAY Camper (AM of PM) = $325. This includes two weeks of classes and 2 Free Tickets to the final performance.
Who's the Camp Director/Instructor?
The Chatham Community Players is proud to announce that Scott Tyler will be the Camp Director/Instructor. Scott Tyler has been an actor, director and arts educator for 15 years. Having been seen in 9 CCP productions including Angels in America, Taming of the Shrew and Clybourne Park, he continues to follow his love of the performing arts by bringing Theater Creations to Chatham. Scott earned a scholarship to the Papermill Playhouse Summer Conservatory after his Rising Star Nomination where he studied with Susan Speidel. He graduated from Drew University with a BA in Theater Arts and went on to study at HB Studios in NYC with Austin Pendleton and Karen Ludwig in addition to apprenticing as an actor in Two River Theater's Local Artist Network. Through his extensive acting work, Scott has performed with the George Street Playhouse and Shoestring Players professional children's theater tours and has taught various aspects of drama from grade school through high school. He has worked as an arts educator at Newark Academy, Kent Place School, Morris County School of Technology, Papermill Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ and The Actor's Camp in Westfield.
When Can I Register My Child?
Online Registration is now available.