Spring Break Acting Camps

April 12-16, 2021

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Summer Acting Camps

June - August 2021

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Fall Acting Classes

October - December 2021

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Winter & Midwinter Break Acting Classes

February - April 2021

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SPRING BREAK DRAMAQUEST CAMP
1st-3rd grade
“Once upon a time…” These words are the portal to fantastic adventures and imaginative journeys. This camp offers young children a great introduction to drama and is a guaranteed imagination builder. In each session students may listen to and tell stories, learn dynamic theatre games to play at home, and make their very own characters with things from around the house! This one-week virtual camp culminates in a final recorded performance that will be available after camp is over to watch at home and share with friends and family!

Location: Your living room!
Teacher: TBD 
Date: Monday-Friday, April 12 – 16 
Time: 10am-10:45am (on Zoom), 10:45am-11:15am break, 11:15am-12pm (on Zoom) 
Cost: $100 (1 week) 

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SPRING BREAK YOUTH AND TEEN SHOWCASE
4th-12th grade
This camp provides all the fun and excitement of putting on a great production online. From auditioning and rehearsing to preparing for the performance, students will have a great time working together and developing their acting skills. Get ready for an action-packed, fast-paced theatre adventure as students are challenged to make bold and detailed character decisions and fully immerse themselves in the world of the play. This one-week virtual camp culminates in a final recorded performance that will be available after camp is over to watch at home and share with friends and family
!

Location: Your living room!
Teacher: TBD 
Date: Monday-Friday, April 12 – 16 
Time: 10am-11:30am (on Zoom), 11:30am-12:30pm break, 12:30pm-2pm (on Zoom)
Cost: $200 (1 week) 

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2021 Summer Acting Camps will be announced January of 2021. Please check back later for updates.

2021 Fall Classes will be announced August 2021. Please check back later for updates.
WEEKLY CLASSES FOR STUDENTS MIDWINTER BREAK CAMPS

WINTER YOUTH SHOWCASE 
4th-6th grade
Theatre is all about telling a great story. The stronger an ensemble and the more confident the actors, the better the story they can tell. As students work together, they’ll be challenged to make bold and detailed character decisions and fully immerse themselves in the world of the play. This week long virtual class will culminate in a final recorded performance that will be available after class is over to watch at home and share with friends and family!

Location: Your living room!
Teachers: Lorrie Fargo
Rehearsal Dates:
Mondays, February 1 – March 29  |  8 sessions (no class February 15)                         
Time: 6pm-7:30pm | Cost: $250 

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WINTER TEEN SHOWCASE
7th-12th grade
In this online class students will learn what it takes to build an ensemble and put on a virtual showcase performance, all under the direction of Taproot Theatre’s professional teachers. Experience isn’t required, but students will need to be at all rehearsals and be ready to work together, trust each other and take risks. Students will be amazed at what they’ve accomplished when it all comes together. This 8 week long virtual class will culminate in a final recorded performance that will be available after class is over to watch at home and share with friends and family!

Location: Your living room!
Teachers:
Lorrie Fargo
Rehearsal Dates:
Tuesdays, February 2 – March 30  |  8 sessions (no class February 16)  
Time:
6pm-7:30pm | Cost: $250

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MIDWINTER BREAK DRAMAQUEST CAMP
1st-3rd grade
“Once upon a time…” These words are the portal to fantastic adventures and imaginative journeys. This camp offers young children a great introduction to drama and is a guaranteed imagination builder. In each session students may listen to and tell stories, learn dynamic theatre games to play at home, and make their very own characters with things from around the houseThis one-week virtual camp culminates in a final recorded performance that will be available after camp is over to watch at home and share with friends and family!

Location: Your living room!
Teacher: Sarah Diener
Dates: Monday-Friday, February 15-19 
Time: 10am-10:45am (on Zoom), 10:45am-11:15am break, 11:15am-12pm (on Zoom)
Cost: $100 (1 week) 

register here


MIDWINTER BREAK YOUTH & TEEN SHOWCASE
4th-12th grade
This camp provides all the fun and excitement of putting on a great production online. From auditioning and rehearsing to preparing for the performance, students will have a great time working together and developing their acting skills. Get ready for an action-packed, fastpaced theatre adventure as students are challenged to make bold and detailed character decisions and fully immerse themselves in the world of the play. This one-week virtual camp culminates in a final recorded performance that will be available after camp is over to watch at home and share with friends and family!

Teacher: Emily Paul
Location:
Your living room!
Dates: Monday-Friday, February 15-19 
Time: 10am-11:30am (on Zoom), 11:30am-12:30pm break, 12:30pm-2pm (on Zoom)
Cost: $200 (1 week)

register here

Class Locations

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Taproot Theatre

204 N 85th St
Seattle, WA 98103

Street parking

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church

7500 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Church parking lot entrance off of N 75th St

United Evangelical Free Church

1420 NW 80th St
Seattle, WA 98117

Church parking lot entrance off of Mary Ave NW

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Thank You

Support for Taproot Theatre’s Education & Outreach programming is generously provided by:

 

BlackRock, Inc
D.V. & Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust
Fredric Sjoholm, Trustee, Margery M. Jones Charitable Trust
St. John’s Lodge #9
Anonymous


Taproot Theatre acknowledges that we live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Duwamish, and that we occupy this land. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with Indigenous communities but serves as a first step in honoring the land we occupy and resisting the erasure of Indigenous past, present and future.