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Calling All Youth!

Posted on January 8, 2015 in General News

The Youth Committee of Shuswap Theatre has been busy planning some exciting events for the new year.

Unplug and Play

This year, Shuswap Theatre will be taking part in the Unplug and Play event organized by the Literacy Alliance of the Shuswap Society (LASS).
What: A reading of the popular children’s story, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt!
When: January 31st from 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Where: Shuswap Theatre
What else?: Drama games, snacks and juice

Spring Break Drama Camp

This camp will provide children with opportunities to use their creativity and learn theatrical skills – being on stage, projecting the voice, using props and enhancing the love and joy of theatre! Snacks will be provided.
Who: Ages 8 – 12
When: March 16 – 19, 9:30 – 11:30 am
Where: Shuswap Theatre
Cost: $80
What else?: Facilitated by Nathan Zwicker and Joy Peters
To register or for more information please contact Shannon Hecker, 250-833-6001. Check our website for further information closer to the event.

After School Drama Club

This club will resume on January 13 from 3:45 – 5:30 pm and run every Tuesday at SAS Jackson Campus (to be confirmed). This is open to 14 – 18 year-olds who are interested in adding to their theatrical skills and learning new ones – actors, writers and those interested in backstage opportunities. Please bring a toonie! For more information contact Joy Peters, 250-833-2550 or Nathan Zwicker, 250-803-2267.

Theatre Collective

If you are between the ages of 18-29 and you are interested in starting a Theatre Collective, please contact Shannon Hecker, 250 833-6001. What is a theatre collective? It is a group that meets regularly to focus on sharing the creative genius of its members around all things theatre. The collective might decide to put on an experimental play outside of our mainstage season, or do brief “guerrilla theatre” addressing contemporary issues in public places, or write a play or any number of other activities. The passions of its members determine its directions and offerings.