Dates Set For iNGenUity Summer Camps
Tigerville, SC - (February 6, 2019) - North Greenville University’s School of Theatre will hold its annual iNGenUity summer camps June 17-21.
The Novice/Intermediate Camp will be offered to students age 9 and up and the Pre-College Intensive Camp is available for students 13 and up. The camps will take place Monday-Friday, June 17-21 from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m and offer instruction in acting, movement, dance, stage make-up, costuming, improv, and more.
The Novice/Intermediate Camp fee is $175 and Pre-College Intensive Camp fee is $200. The fee will cover lunch, camp t-shirt, and supplies. Camp will also include a devotion time, and games.
Pre-College Intensive Camp students should prepare and memorize a 45-60 second monologue prior to camp.For more information, contact Marnie Daniel in the School of Theatre at 864.977.7085 or email@example.com or register online.
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