Calling all 7- to 11-year-olds who love performing!
Come and be part of The Chatham Community Players Theater Creations.
Camp runs Monday through Friday, 9 am to 12 noon ~ August 9 thru August 20
Young actors 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, kids will also learn about different theatrical elements and how they are used to shape a performance.
An original script will be created using the kids' chosen storyline and characters.
This work will be rehearsed and ultimately presented on the Chatham Playhouse stage in a full performance with no scripts in hand for family and friends.
Price includes a copy of the final show and a Theater Creations T-shirt.
The two week camp is only $325 per person.
REFUND POLICY: All monies will be refunded in the event that the Chatham Community Players is required to cancel Theater Creations. If a participant chooses to cancel, a full refund will be provided up to 2 weeks prior to the start, with a sliding scale thereafter.
- No more than 15 participants will be accepted
- Temperatures will be taken at the start of each day
- Masks will be worn at all times during workshops and rehearsals
- Social distancing will be maintained during workshops, rehearsals and breaks
- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the theater
- Instructor will be fully vaccinated
- Tuition will be refunded in full if changes in CDC guidelines result in cancellation of the program prior to Monday, July 19th
About Our Theater Creations Director
'Scott Tyler' Richenaker has been an actor, director and arts educator for over 15 years. In 1998, after his Rising Star Nomination, Scott earned a scholarship to the Papermill Playhouse Summer Conservatory where he studied with Dr. Susan Speidel. He earned a Presidential Scholarship to Drew University and graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts. He 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 for three years. His extensive stage work has led him to perform on the Chatham Playhouse stage in ten different productions while also performing for the George Street Playhouse and Shoestring Players professional children's theater tours. From grade school through high school, Scott has worked as an arts educator at Newark Academy, Kent Place School, Morris County School of Technology, Papermill Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Chatham Playhouse and The Actor's Camp in Westfield.
Scott continues to engage in professional development for the arts and strives to bring his passion of performance to students of all ages.
For questions, please email TheaterCreations@ChathamPlayers.org.