In-Person 1-Week Tween Acting Camp (ages 10 - 13)

Starts: Monday, July 4, 2022
In-Person - July 4-8, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm

Pay the $700.00 class fee in full.
Pay a deposit of $350.00 to secure a spot in this class.
The remaining balance is due before the first day of class.

  

For more information, please click here.

The camp runs from 10am-5pm.  Extended Day is available from 8:30am–10am and 5–6:30pm. During this time, students will participate in group led activities such as arts and crafts, story time, improvisation, etc. Extended Day is an additional $50 per week. Upon registration, an email will be sent with the option to register for Extended Day .

Culminating sharing on Friday, July 8 at 4pm.

TEACHER BIO

Instructor: Lunie Jules

Lunie Jules - Believe it or not Lunie became enthralled with acting when at the age of seven she began watching music videos on MTV. Videos as Sade’s Smooth Operator and Whitney Houston’s Greatest Love of All. 

Lunie Jules is a Haitian-American actress, teaching artist and writer based in New York City. As an award-winning actress and writer, she has been seen in Barrow Group’s Apprentice Company, Teatro SEA, Theatre 80, AlphaNYC Theatre Co, and the New Perspective Theater. Lunie has had the privilege of performing in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline with Art for Progress where the group raised money for important, artistic, children’s programming. Lunie’s one-woman show Angry Black Woman was showcased at the Failsafe Festival and she is proud of her work on Digital Physics which was seen at several film festivals,  She won best-supporting actress at the NYC 48 Hour Film Festival for her work in New York Scourge and produced a short film Gone FiSSion.

Lunie is usually cast as the smart scientist, the investigative reporter or the young professional mom. She loves to spread joy and have fun by playing complex and three-dimensional characters. One of her goals is to have better representation of Haitians, both on stage and on screen. 
As a teaching artist at the Barrow Group, Lunie enjoys her work with children as they use their imagination to create stories and develop characters. She also enjoys seeing the aha moment when teaching beginning acting to adults.  Her goals are for students to feel empowered in their work, to know that they are enough, and to learn to trust their gut.

When Lunie isn’t working you can catch her either thrifting or binge-watching an old tv show. 
She is currently working on an eco-conscious and inspirational t-shirt line that will be launching soon. Her website LunieJules.co, is currently under construction, but you may sign up to receive updates. You may also follow her on social media. @LunieJules on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. 

Instructor: Farrah Crane

Farrah Crane,  originally hails from the mountains of Virginia and is a graduate of Radford University. Farrah is currently an an actor, teacher, and producer living in New York City. As an actor and director Farrah has worked regionally and in NYC; appearing on stage (The Barrow Group, The Public Theatre, New Dance Group Arts Center, Hudson Guild Theatre), working with theatre companies (Theatre in Asylum, The Poet Acts) and her film work can be seen in films such as The Great Love Rosemary and Coq Au Vin (First prize winner at Central New York Film Festival). Farrah is also the co-artistic director of Core Artist Ensemble, a NYC ensemble based theatre company committed to developing new works for theatre, film, and podcasts. Farrah also serves as the Director of Education at The Barrow Group, a non-profit theatre company and training center located in midtown Manhattan.

  

Location: 
In-Person Classes - 520 8th Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10018*
Online Classes - held via Zoom

*Valid government-issued ID required for entry to the building

   

Meets

MondayJuly 4, 202210:00 am - 5:00 pm
TuesdayJuly 5, 202210:00 am - 5:00 pm
WednesdayJuly 6, 202210:00 am - 5:00 pm
ThursdayJuly 7, 202210:00 am - 5:00 pm
FridayJuly 8, 202210:00 am - 5:00 pm
Please Note:

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.