Virtual Youth Programs
Virtual Summer Camp 2020
Our Summer Acting Camp offers students a fun, exciting, and creative environment with professional instructors active in the fields of theatre, improvisation, and acting. We’ve learned a lot since shelter-in-place went into effect in March, having hosted & observed numerous Zoom classes and webinars since then. We have embraced the challenge and are looking forward to providing an exciting & engaging experience for students, teachers, and families alike. Come and join the fun!
SPACE IS LIMITED!
Juniors (6 – 8 years old)
Week #1 – Short Play Performance #1: Monday-Friday July 6th – July 10th 9:00am-10:15am
Week #2 – Dance & Music: Monday-Friday July 13th – July 17th 9:00am-10:15am
Week #3 – Arts & Crafts & Games: Monday-Friday July 20th – July 24th 9:00am-10:15am
Week #4 – Short Play Performance #2: Monday-Friday July 27th – July 31st 9:00am-10:15am
Youth ( 9 – 12 years old)
Week #1 – Improv and Theatre Games: Monday-Friday July 6th – July 10th 11:00am-12:15am SOLD OUT
Week #1 – Improv and Theatre Games #2: Monday-Friday July 6th – July 10th 1:00pm – 2:15pm
Week #2 – Short Play Performance: Monday-Friday July 13th – July 17th 11:00am-12:15am SOLD OUT
Week #2 – Short Play Performance #2: Monday – Friday July 13th – July 17th 1:00pm – 2:15pm
Week #3 – Dance & Music: Monday-Friday July 20th – July 24th 11:00am-12:15am
Week #4 – YouTube & Video Production: Monday-Friday July 27th – July 31st 11:00am-12:15am SOLD OUT
Teen ( 13 – 17 years old)
Week #1 – Dance & Music: Monday-Friday July 6th – July 10th 1:00pm-2:15pm
Week #2 – Improv and Theatre Games Monday-Friday July 13th – July 17th 1:00p -2:15pm SOLD OUT
Week #3 – YouTube & Video Production Monday-Friday July 20th – July 24th 1:00pm-2:15pm SOLD OUT
Week #4 – Scenes and Acting Monday-Friday July 27th – July 31st 1:00pm-2:15pm SOLD OUT
Virtual Summer Camp Class Descriptions
Short Play Performance: Adapted for the Zoom format, young actors will learn & perform short plays from B Street Theatre’s extensive catalog of scripts!
Improv and Theatre Games: Through games and exercises, this fun-filled week is an introduction to the fundamentals of improvisation!
Music & Dance: This class will explore storytelling through Musical Theatre choreography and fundamental dance technique. All experience levels are welcome!
YouTube & Video Production: For the young writer/director/aspiring film maker, learn vital quick-tips to make your own short videos pop!
Arts and Crafts and Games: With games, activities, & creative problem solving challenges, this class is an engaging scavenger hunt for fun!
Our Teaching Staff
Greg Alexander– Director of Education, B Street Acting Company Member, most recently appeared as Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz for the Family Series.
Stephanie Altholz– B Street Acting Company Member, part of B Street’s Maximum Occupancy improv team, most recently appeared in Charlotte’s Web for the Family Series.
Alissa Doyle– B Street staff teaching artist, Saturday Studio for Young Actor Teens & Adult Conservatory teacher, appeared in two B Street School Tours and New Comedies Festival(2018-2019).
Taylor Fleer– B Street staff teaching artist, Saturday Studio for Young Actor Teens teacher, most recently seen onstage in The Sword in the Stone, and Ride Sally Ride! for the Family Series.
Julianna Hess– B Street staff teaching artist, Saturday Studio for Young Actors Juniors & Youth teacher, teaching team member with Marin Shakespeare.
Jacob Gutierrez Montoya– Founder & Artistic Director of Sacramento Contemporary Dance Theatre, Artistic Director for the Hawkins Contemporary Jazz Company, most recently choreographed The Wizard of Oz for the Family Series.
Dave Pierini– Acting Company Member, improvisational actor in Maximum Occupancy, and most recently appeared as the Wicked Witch in The Wizard of Oz for the Family Series.
Peter Story—Acting Company Member, B Street staff teaching artist, regular performer in B Street’s weekly Virtual programming, most recently appeared in Byhalia, Mississippi on the Main Stage.
Malik X. Williams—Visual & Media Arts Educator, Video Content Creator & Co-host of “The Gauntlet of Gaming” YouTube Channel, proud alumni of Sheldon High School’s K9 Animation Studios.
Purchase individual weeks, 2 weeks, 3 weeks, or all 4 weeks of a program.
1 week: $100 M-F ($20 per class)
2 weeks: $190 M-F ($19 per class) <—-better deal
3 weeks: $270 M-F ($18 per class) <—-better deal
4 weeks $340 M-F ($17 per class) <—-BEST deal
What technology does my child need to participate in the virtual classes?
A computer or tablet that has video and audio capability.
A strong Wifi connection.
What will they learn?
Students will be challenged to think and collaborate in the Virtual environment. All will be called upon to be resourceful learners, as together we engage in creative problem-solving. From Acting, to Dance, to Improv, to Video Production, each class will be facilitated by teachers adept at sharing their craft in the Zoom format, as we develop our skills and discover new talents!
Do we need to audition?
Auditions are not required for the classes. All skill levels welcome. We make an effort to pair students appropriately in regards to age and skill level.
What if I need to cancel? Is class registration non-refundable?
There is a $5.00 processing fee for all cancellations. There are NO refunds after classes begin.
For questions about the Virtual Summer Camp, please call the Program Director, Greg Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org