Quest Theatre Drama Camps!

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Kids can be shy or enthusiastic, intellectual or physical, imaginative or quiet  - but they all have great stories to tell!  Creating a show in one week is an exhilarating experience and we are blessed with artists that love sharing their passion for theatre making with young people to help campers along the way.  Quest Theatre camps support different levels of creative development, celebrate every creative twitch, and most of all, nurtures the organic ridiculous and brilliant ideas of your child!

Play & Perform - Winter Break Drama Camp

January 2nd-4th, 2019

For ages 6-10 (Drop In Style)

$70 for a single days OR $180 for all three days.

Winter Camps ‘Drop-In” style. You can register your child for one day or for all three days. Each day will feature new classes and theatrical ideas starting from the very beginning and an end of day sharing of what they’ve worked on! Camp runs from 9am-4pm with free before and after care from 8.30-9am & 4-5pm.

Summer Camps 

JOURNEYS

For ages 6-9 (one week camp) $300

This camp capitalizes on the imaginative talents of children aged 6 – 9.  It doesn’t take much to make believe a wild adventure with this age group! Through playing creatively as a group, a story, and characters emerge!  Some weeks we have no idea how we take puppies, aliens, princesses and detectives into a performance by Friday – but we always get there, laughing and creating the whole way!

 

TREKS

For ages 10 – 12 (one week camp) $300

This camp acknowledges this age groups ability to weave complex stories and build multifaceted relationships. Working together, young people are guided to consider other ideas to satisfy the best story outcome.  Group support and encouragement often lead to utilizing humour and extreme character exploration. Campers blossom at this age and confidence and group achievement is often a by-product of the fun!

 

EXPEDITIONS

for ages 10 – 14 (two week camp) $550

For those campers who LOVE drama and making plays, this two week camp often involves prototyping performance material through writing, improvisation or planned scene work. Campers regularly come together and overtake or suggest whole plays to instructors whose job is really to gather, encourage and reflect ideas back for further exploration.  Nurturing campers collective vision, giving campers the opportunity to make their own choices, and implementing their own strategies for innovation is the reason these campers and their friends often return year after year.