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Great Lakes Theater to hold two summer drama camps for students

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Berea-Midpark High School and Laurel School will be camp partners

Great Lakes Theater (Cleveland’s Classic Company) will be presenting two summer drama camps for students age 4-18 this coming summer (2014) in cooperation with Berea High School and Laurel School.

“CAMP THEATER!” will be held at the Berea-Midpark High School on June 9-20, 2014 and will feature interactive and educational theater based activities while working with Great Lakes Theater’s professional teaching artists while participating in a fun, safe and supportive environment.

There will be two one-week sessions scheduled daily from Monday through Friday and students are allowed to enroll in one or both weeklong sessions each of which will feature different material. The program is open to all children regardless of their experience or ability. No audition is required. Classes will be divided according to students respective ages. Featured subjects during the camps will be
acting, Shakespeare, movement, improvisation, stage combat, mask making and much more!

“The Shakespeare Intensive at Laurel” will be held from August 4 through 16, 2014 and will consist of a summer Shakespeare intensive designed for students entering grades 9 up to 12. The sessions will focus on William Shakespeare’s classic comedy “Twelfth Night” and is designed to challenge and enhance the various skills and capacities as performers.

This is a professional training program for students geared to help them hone their acting techniques and capabilities while using the sessions as a springboard to further theater apprentice programs across the nation. Included in the intensive will be focused voice, movement, text, stage combat, monologue and scene work that will culminate in two fully staged performances of Twelfth Night.

For complete information including downloadable registration forms, visit here and click on the links or contact Great Lakes Theater’s director of educational services, Kelly Schaffer Florian, at (216) 453-4443 or via email at