Don't delay, signup today for CHILDREN'S ARTS PROGRAM - JULY 10, 11, &12, 2012 - at Old Academy Players - Kids ages 8-13

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 3544 Indian Queen Ln Philadelphia PA 19129  See map


                    Old Academy Players (OAP)


          4th Annual Children’s Arts Program (CAP)

                 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

                     July 10, 11, & 12, 2012

                     from 8:30 am  – 3:30 pm &


                           July 12 at 7 pm

                      For children ages 8-13

           Children will participate and experience

           Classes in Theatre Arts - Acting & Music

           including Voice and Movement/Dance

           with members of OAP.

Through the class rotation, participants will develop a short musical revue with some scene work. Students will have *some* lines to memorize along with songs and choreography.  Students will help design and construct costumes and sets!

Tuition Cost of the 3-day program is $100 per child.

Students should bring their own lunches Tuesday and Wednesday, and OAP will provide a pizza party on Thursday.

Capacity of CAP is set for 24 children.

Deadline to register is July 1.

If interested, complete the attached CAP registration form. Checks should be made payable to “Old Academy Players”.


Email Courtney at OldAcademyChildren@gmail.com .

Old Academy Players [ www.oldacademyplayers.org ], in continuous performances since 1923, is a non-profit community theater located in the East Falls (3540-44 Indian Queen Lane; Philadelphia, PA 19129; 215-843-1109) section of Philadelphia.  The Old Academy building was constructed in 1819 and has been the OAP home since 1932.  Both Grace Kelly and Robert Prosky began their acting careers on the OAP stage.

Dawne thornton June 09, 2012 at 04:09 PM
My dsughter is seven and her brother is ninr and I would like to enroll them buth together. Is that possible


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