Starts: Monday, August 5, 2019
Monday thru Friday, 10am-5pm - Showing on 8/9 at 4pm
This event is in the past.
The camp runs from 10am-5pm. Extended Day is available from 8:30am–10am and 5–6pm. During this time, students will participate in group led activities such as arts and crafts, story time, etc. Extended Day is an additional $30 per day. To register for Extended Day, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our one-week Summer Acting Camp for Tweens (ages 10-13) is a great introduction to acting and The Barrow Group approach. Students begin with ensemble building games and story structure/story telling exercises, and then move on to improv and scene study. The camp culminates in a showing in The Barrow Group’s Studio Theatre.
Students should bring a lunch Monday thru Thursday. A microwave and refrigerator are available for student use. On Friday, lunch will be provided. Snacks are provided on break, however, students are also encouraged to bring their own snacks.
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This camp teaches our specific approach to storytelling, and introduces students to the same tools that our adult professional actors work with.
What makes The Barrow Group School different from many other studios in NYC is that all of our teachers have gone through an intensive teacher training program with TBG co-Artistic Directors Seth Barrish and Lee Brock. So when your child takes a class with us, the teacher has trained for years at The Barrow Group in our specific approach.TEACHER BIO
Lunie Jules is a NYC based actress and writer. She joined the Barrow Group in 2011 as a member of the Apprentice Company. NY theatre credits include Teatro SEA, Theatre 80, AlphaNYC Theater Co and the New Perspectives Theatre. Lunie had the privilege to perform in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline with the nonprofit group Art for Progress where she and the company raised money for childrens’ artistic programming. She also wrote a one woman show which she performed last year for the Failsafe Festival. Lunie won best supporting actress for the NYC 48 hour film festival. She was also in Digital Physics which was entered into several film festivals.
Mark Grenier is an actor, director, and teacher in New York City. He has taught acting and improv at many schools and organizations, including The All Stars Project, Columbia University, Fairfield University, Magnet Theater, Marymount Manhattan College, The New York Film Academy, The Peoples Improv Theater, Polaris North Theater Company, and Stand Up Showcase, as well as at festivals around the country. Students have appeared in commercials, television shows such as Boardwalk Empire and The Colbert Report, in films, and on Broadway. In addition to studying improv extensively with instructors from Annoyance Theatre, iO, Second City, and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, he has studied acting at The Atlantic Theater Company, The Barrow Group, and Michael Howard Studios, and has a degree in film from Brooklyn College.
|Monday||August 5, 2019||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Tuesday||August 6, 2019||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Wednesday||August 7, 2019||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Thursday||August 8, 2019||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Friday||August 9, 2019||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
All payments for classes are non-refundable (unless a class is canceled).
If you need to cancel a class for any reason, you must notify us by email at least one week before the class begins, and we will apply a credit to your account for a future class.
As our faculty are all working professional actors, directors and playwrights, we reserve the right to change teachers at any time.
Commitment is for the duration of the session. THERE ARE NO CREDITS OR REFUNDS FOR MISSED CLASSES. If you discontinue any class before the ending date of the session, you forfeit your fee.