2022 Children's Theater
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This summer, Theatre of Dare and Porkchop Productions are teaming up to bring you FIVE different Children's Theater Summer Camp sessions, each with its own unique theme, tailored to specific age groups and specific interests. Each session will conclude with a combined performance.
Each camp consists of two sessions: 10 a.m.-noon for ages 6-11 and 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. for ages 12-17. On the final day of each session, both groups will meet at 10 a.m. for a final run through of the week's performance, with the combined performance beginning at 11 a.m.
The cost for each session is $175 per participant, $200 for the "Special FX Makeup" session.
Click on the images below for more information and to register. Registration is NOW OPEN!
ABOUT PORKCHOP PRODUCTIONS
Founded in 1991, Porkchop Productions is a professional touring children’s theatre company that tours extensively throughout the southeast. From live shows, workshops, residencies, and camps, Porkchop Productions offers unique, participatory theatre experiences for audiences and students of all ages. Porkchop has performed for the Piccolo Spoleto festival in Charleston SC, Europa Cruise Lines in Key West, FL, The Super Saturday Children’s Theatre Festival in Tryon, NC, The Patchwork Tales Storytelling Festival in Rock Hill, SC, The Salon de Jeanne d’Arc in New Orleans, LA and for thousands of students in schools and libraries in six states. Porkchop Productions appears on the Approved Artist Roster of the South Carolina Arts Commission.
For more information, visit www.porkchopproductions.com
ABOUT STACEY MAXWELL
A native of South Carolina, Stacey holds a BA in speech/drama with an emphasis in children’s theatre from Columbia College. Throughout her career, Stacey has worked for many professional children’s theatre companies, is an active voice over artist, and spent six summers at The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama, where she held several positions including two years in the role of Agona. Stacey founded Porkchop Productions Children’s Theatre in 1991, and serves as Artistic Director, playwright, teaching artist and actor. Stacey received the Career Achievement Award from Columbia College in 2014, along with the Evelyn Russell Layton Award in 1992, and the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2015 from The Lost Colony.
Our thanks to the Dare County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council for giving us funds to provide scholarships for one to two students per camp session. More information is provided during the registration process.
CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE