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July 28 - August 1
2020 Summer Camp Program
Monday - Friday
9 am - 2 pm  $200 
Special Discount for Teachers!


Session 1: June 22-26 Filmmaking Camp (Teen Edition)
Session 2: June 29-July 3 Filmmaking Camp (8 and up)
Session 3: July 6-10 Filmmaking Camp (Teen Edition)
Session 4: July 13-17 Filmmaking Camp (8 and up) 

Students begin the week learning theater basics and by the end of the first day, will have brainstormed and determined their project for the week. Some kids might create short films while some might produce commercials or music videos. The important thing is that the kids provide the idea!



Parents will be invited to an end-of-week showcase/screening.



Instructor Zach Hanner is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill with a BA in Performance Studies. He has worked with young people in theater for the past 16 years and has written, directed and performed in numerous original shows for the stage including “The Mizrabel Kids,” “Alice in Pirateland,” “Fraktured Faery Tales” and the award winning weekly kids show “Super Saturday Fun Time!!!” 

Limited to 15 campers per session


create a play
in a week with Kayla Hager
July 20-24

Co-create a Magical Play In A Week! 


Drawing on the strengths of the performers we will co-create a multi-media show that embraces drama, music, circus skills, and dance to be shared on the final day of the camp. Together we will bring to life a magical world where anything is possible and surprises are abundant! New skills will be explored, and existing ones will be nurtured in this week of ultimate creativity and self-expression. Come and join the fun and get your drama on!

Ages 8 and up

​Limit 15 campers per session


Kayla Hager began teaching at TheatreNow in early 2017. A graduate of Marshall University in West Virginia, she holds a BA in Literary Studies. Presently, Ms. Hager teaches performing arts classes and camps (voice, dance, and acting) for Thalian Association as well as TheatreNow. Before making Wilmington her home, she directed her own show choir program at Monteia’s Academy of Performing Arts from 2012-2016.

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