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Join us at NHTP for camps that sparkle with laughter, light and learning!
Fulfilling our mission of providing a nurturing environment for creating compassionate community through theatre, New Hampshire Theatre Project offers Summer & Vacation Theatre Camps as a great way to educate youth about the world and work of theatre, and to nurture communication, collaboration and leadership skills. NHTP camps provide students with the opportunity to create and present their work in a professional theatre venue. All NHTP programs emphasize individual growth and working in community.
Register early for NHTP'S 2017 SUMMER THEATRE CAMPS!
All instructors have extensive experience working in both educational and theatrical settings. NHTP camps emphasize artistic excellence and individual creative exploration, developmentally appropriate activities, critical thinking, ensemble teamwork, and lots of fun!
Deposits are not refundable after June 1, 2017. Tuition balances are not refundable within 10 business days of the camp opening. Scholarships are available – please inquire for details! For more information on NHTP Theatre Camps, contact us at 603-431-6644 x 4 or email email@example.com
Jun 26, 2017 to Jun 30, 2017
Now in its 16th year, Kids Theatre Camp is a popular favorite for youngsters interested in learning more about acting in a fun, safe and creative atmosphere.
Jul 05, 2017 to Jul 15, 2017
The theme for this year’s incredibly popular camp will be created by the campers themselves, an ensemble performance drawn from social issues and participants’ own personal life stories.
Jul 17, 2017 to Jul 29, 2017
NHTP’s most popular camp has been a favorite of seacoast children for 22 years!! Story Theatre Camp 2017 will explore Myths and Legends from around the world.
Jul 31, 2017 to Aug 04, 2017
Held at Strafford School in Strafford, NH and guided by NHTP Director, Genevieve Aichele and musician Randy Armstrong, activities include dramatic theatre and movement instruction, storytelling, ...