Consuming Kinetics Dance Camp

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Consuming Kinetics Dance Camp and Art Camp is an educational, physical and fun summer experience. Dance and Art Camp is hosted annually by Consuming Kinetics Dance Company, or CKDC, a 501c3 nonprofit professional dance company in St. Louis, MO. Truly an ALL DAY camp, our hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m because we understand that our parents struggle with the work week during the summer months.

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Shakespeare Festival’s Summer Camps

 

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The Heart of America Shakespeare Festival’s summer camps is a unique and fun summer arts experience your kids will never forget! Students will improve their understanding of literature and Renaissance times while creating their own version of a Shakespearean classic. Drama, visual art, dance, and stage combat all come together in this delightful camp, taught by theatre professionals! Continue reading “Shakespeare Festival’s Summer Camps”

Monarch Camps Los Angeles

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Monarch Camps has been a leading day camp in Los Angeles, California since 1971. Operating on 105 acres, their facilities include an Olympic sized aquatics complex, two gymnasiums, multiple athletic fields, a football stadium, a soccer field, two basketball courts, a softball field, three tennis courts, a newly renovated baseball field, an archery range, an arts & crafts facility, recreation rooms for science fun lessons and experiments, a fully outfitted kitchen, two game rooms, a dance studio, a rock wall, and a performing arts auditorium.

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The Second City – Summer Camps & Weekly Programs

Second City Summer Camps

It all started with children’s games. During the 1920s and 30s, Viola Spolin was working as a social worker at Jane Addams Hull House in Chicago, where her job was to help immigrant children better assimilate into their new surroundings. Spolin created a number of improvisational games that gave the children a hands-on experience at behaving collaboratively and empathetically. Spolin’s son, Paul Sills, was enamored by the games and taught them to his University of Chicago friends, where the true potential of these games to develop material and entertain audiences was uncovered. Continue reading “The Second City – Summer Camps & Weekly Programs”