Musical Theatre Camp | Theatre Summer Camps for Kids
Musical Theatre Camp
In a fun and supportive environment, these camps combine dancing, singing, acting, with storytelling. Students build confidence as performers and show their skills as they progress towards a shared goal.
Camp 1 (Ages 8-10)
July 5-9, 2021
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Health and Safety
The health and safety of our students is of the utmost importance. To maintain a safe learning environment, we are reducing our in-person camp size to a maximum of twelve students, increasing our cleaning frequency, and practicing physical distancing and mask wearing during class. We will also be asking our students to aid us in creating a safe and comfortable learning environment. Find a quick summary of our health and safety measures here, or explore our detailed health and safety procedures.
6500 Gilbert Rd, Richmond
Gateway Academy believes in providing access to theatre arts training, regardless of financial means. If your family is experiencing temporary financial hardship, please apply to our bursary program generously supported by Wynford Strata Management.
About the Instructors
Rebecca is an elementary school music teacher, classical singer, pianist, and musical theatre enthusiast! She has taught musical theatre and speech arts classes at Gateway Academy for the past three years. Rebecca holds a Bachelors and Masters of Music in opera performance, an ARCT in piano performance, and a Bachelors of Education. She has performed all over the Lower Mainland and Vancouver with various companies, orchestras and choirs. Her favourite musical is West Side Story, and her favourite role is Marian the Librarian from The Music Man. Rebecca loves creating, encouraging and exploring with students of all ages!
Amanda Testini (she, her, hers)
Amanda is a performer, choreographer, director and educator, and this is her first year teaching at the Gateway Academy! She is a graduate of both the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and Studio 58. Amanda has worked on shows at the Arts Club, Bard on the Beach, Vancouver Opera, the Belfry, Carousel Theatre for Young People, the Firehall, shameless hussy productions, the Cultch, Opera Kelowna, Theatre Under the Stars, Theatre Replacement, Electric Company and, of course, the Gateway where she played 'Belle' in A Christmas Carol. Amanda believes theatre is the perfect place to practice compassion, empathy, play, imagination, and teamwork.
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