Saturday, March 13, 2010

Public Theater's programs for Teens


Bringing your kids to the Delacorte this summer? Give them a head start with:

: A five-day intensive theater lab for young actors, directors and other theater artists.
Monday March 29 through Friday April 2 10 AM–4PM
Act, direct, design, paint, draw, and compose your way to a new understanding of two Shakespearean Classics: The Merchant of Venice and The Winter’s Tale. Shakespeare Spring Break, is for young people ages 13 to 17. It uses creative arts to engender a deep and personal connection to each play.
A MIDSUMMER DAY’S CAMP — August 2–14, 2010
A summer acting conservatory serving New York’s new generation of Shakespearean actors. Includes an intense regimen of training in voice, movement, acting, text, stage combat, clown and more. Study with the faculty of the acclaimed Shakespeare Lab professional training program and special guests from The Public’s family of artists. A Midsummer Day's camp is a chance for young actors aged 13-18 to perform on stage at The Public Theater.
For more info on the program and tuition call Ian Hersey at 212.539.8656 or email

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