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YAGL 2024 Summer Camp Line-Up

Camp Sessions are Monday - Friday
Morning Sessions (9am-Noon)
Afternoon Sessions (1-4pm)

All Instructors are experienced teachers or community business owners who share a love for performing arts. 

All classes will be held at hollingsworth hall cultural center
4228 Boston Avenue in Lubbock.

 
Tuition is $125/week (Excluding the Musical Theatre Intensive)

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE:
YAGL Members will receive $10 off.
Sibling Discount ($10 off) for families registering more than one student.
Early Bird Special: Additional $10 off if you register by May 1st.

Spin a Yarn in Fiber Arts

Age Group: 5th-12th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Ashley Cox  -  June 3 -7  -  Morning (9am - Noon)  -  $125 

What are fiber arts? Anything you can do with yarn! In this hands-on camp, students will learn about and experiment with several different fiber arts, including but not limited to crocheting and felting. Students will be working on and accomplishing projects designed to inspire them to learn more. There are so many ways to express yourself with fiber arts, and we will just be scratching the surface in this fun, engaging, class.


Students will have a showcase to display their creations on Friday, for family and friends. A list of materials will be provided upon registration. 


(15 students)

Script to Stage

Age Group: 1st-5th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Janie Hutchins  -  June 3-7  -  Afternoon Session (1-4pm)  -  $125 

Young artists will experience all aspects of theatre production, from creating a script, costume design, set/prop construction, to acting. Students will write, design, produce and perform short plays, in this fast-paced, fun-filled week.


Students will have a showcase performance on Friday, for family and friends. 


(20 students)

Dr. Seuss on the Loose

Age Group: K-3rd Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Nicole Caddel  -  June 10-14  -  Morning Session (9am-noon)  -  $125 

Beginning actors will bring Dr. Suess characters to life, complete with props and costumes. Campers will experience the magic of theater, develop performance skills, and practice stage basics through Dr. Seuss themed literature, games, music, activities, and crafts.

 

Students will have a showcase performance on Friday for friends and family.  


(10 students)

Props and Set Design

Age Group: 6th-12th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Janie Hutchins -  June 10-14  -  Afternoon Session (1-4pm)  -  $125 

Aspiring artists will learn the elements of prop making and set design. Students will use their creativity as they design, construct, and paint props and set pieces to be used in the YAGL Summer Musical Intensive Camp Madagascar Jr. 


Students will have a showcase to display their creations on Friday, for family and friends.

 
(15 students) 

Improv Live!

Age Group: 6th-12th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Corbin Throgmorton -  June 17-21  -  Morning Session (9am-noon)  -  $125 

Students will learn the elements and techniques of improvisation to heighten focus and concentration, and foster mutual respect, collaboration, and team building, all while participating in fast-paced fun activities, and creating epic skits!


(20 students)

Costuming on a Dime

Age Group: 5th-12th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Diane Bancroft  -  June 17-21  -  Afternoon Session (1-4pm)  -  $125 

Aspiring fashion designers and costumers will learn how to use garments, embellishments, and fabrics to design and make their very own unique costumes.  Students will learn about different kinds of fabrics and how to operate a sewing machine, along with how to adjust garments to fit, and sewing techniques.


Students will model their creations on Friday for a Costume Show, for friends and family. A list of sewing materials (appx $20.00) will be provided upon registration.


(10 students)    

Exploring Monologues and Scenes

Age Group: 6th-12th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Nicole Caddel  -  June 24-28  -  Morning Session (9am-noon)  -  $125 

Actors will bring drama to life using monologues, scene work, and improvisation, to build acting and public speaking skills that assist students to perform confidently in a variety of settings, while engaging audiences with their personal charisma.
 

(20 students)

Nature Music Camp

Age Group: K-3rd Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Ashley Cox  -  June 24-28  -  Afternoon Session (1-4pm)  -  $125 

What's more fun than exploring nature? Learning all about nature through music. In this camp, students will have fun exploring nature through music and creative movement. Students will sing, dance, act out stories, play, make simple instruments, and do fun crafts, all based on the Nature theme.
 

(12 students)

Nursery Rhymes Adventures

Age Group: K-3rd Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Miranda Davis  -  July 8-12  -  Morning session (9am-noon)  -  $125 

Beginning actors will help bring Nursery Rhymes to life, complete with props and costumes. Campers will experience the magic of theater, develop performance skills, and practice stage basics through Nursery rhyme-themed literature, games, music, activities, and crafts. Students will have a showcase performance on Friday for friends and family.  


(10 students)

Mystery Solved!

Age Group: 3rd-5th Grade

 INSTRUCTOR:  Miranda Davis  -  July 8-12  -  Afternoon Session (1-4pm)  -  $125 

Young sleuths will learn the elements of a mystery story and bring their very own mystery to life, complete with clues, suspects, and a reveal. Students will experience the magic of theater, develop performance skills, and practice stage basics through Mystery-themed literature, games, music, activities, and crafts.


Students will have a showcase performance on Friday, for family and friends. 


(10 students)

MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE CAMP
Madascar Jr. - Based on the DreamWorks Animated Movie

Age Group:

1st-5th Grade (9am-noon)

6th-12th Grade (9am-2pm)

 Monday-Friday - July 15-19 & 22-26  - PERFORMANCES: July 26th, 27th & 28th 

 1st-5th Grade: $225  -  6th-12th Grade:$250 

Move it, Move it, with all your favorite crack-a-lackin wild animal friends in this fast-paced, engaging, 2 week camp. Students will have the opportunity to explore acting, dancing, and singing, while growing in the world of musical theatre. At the end of the 2 weeks, students will showcase their skills during 4 performances. This camp is suitable for performers of all levels and is designed to help students hone their skills and build confidence.

1st-5th Grade (15 Students)

6th-12th Grade (20 Students)


Our Pre-Camp Auditions will help us place students in the appropriate skill level (everyone receives a great part!)

 

*Pre-Camp Auditions will be scheduled in June*


Secondary students will bring a sack lunch and have a supervised lunch break from 12:00-12:30. 


Camp Fee includes scripts, costumes, and 2 performance tickets per registered student.
 

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