EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

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Timber Lake Playhouse offers educational workshops for children and teens using the theatrical arts as a tool to motivate and extend learning in other content areas.

TO REGISTER FOR TLP WORKSHOPS, CLICK HERE OR CALL THE BOX OFFICE AT (815) 244-2035

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Week Long Teen Theatre Project
July 16 – 20
10 AM-4 PM daily
$150 per student

This five day immersive experience for ages 12 – 19 will feature workshops in acting, dance and music, improvisation, playwriting, theatre design, and how to audition for schools and professional shows. The cost of the five-day workshop is $150 and includes daily lunch and a ticket to TLP’s Baskerville.  The week concludes with a performance for families and friends.

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Children’s Theatre Workshop
August 11
10AM – 1PM
$30 per student

The three-hour workshop includes structured storytelling games, creating characters, team-building ensemble activities, and a chance to learn about all of the creative departments involved in putting on a show. The cost is $30 and includes a ticket to the Magic Owl Children’s Theatre performance of Madagascar.  Participation in the Children’s Theatre Workshop is open to children ages 7 – 12.

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Children’s Theatre Performance Workshop
July 24 – 28
1PM – 4PM
$50 per student

This performance camp with a Musical Theatre theme focuses on developing strong performance skills, while emphasizing self-confidence, self-expression, creativity, concentration, self-esteem, individual style, public speaking, and group cooperation skills leading up to a public performance.  Participants will have the opportunity to showcase their acting, vocal performance, and/or dancing skills.  This summer’s camp will use the music and story of Joseph as the theme.  Participation in the Performance Camp is open to children ages 7 – 12.

To register for Camp Joseph, click here or contact the Box Office at 815-244-2035 or by email at info@timberlakeplayhouse.org  The Performance is Saturday, July 28 at 2:00 and is open to the public.  Tickets are $10.