march, 2020

This is a repeating event

16mar8:30 am4:30 pmMarch Break Musical Theatre CampDiscipline:Performing ArtsType of event:Arts Workshop / Class

Event Details

Our Theater Camps:

Your young actor will be able to flex their imagination while building
friendships and performance skills in our day camps. Each camp is
designed to allow your child to build skills at their own pace, and to
have a chance to play and learn in a supportive and caring environment.
Our teachers are top-notch, and are themselves active theatre artists
who are well-known to our company. When possible, we invite guest
instructors, and take walking trips to help give a bit more pizzazz to a

Campers at the March Break and Summer Camps will perform their show for
friends and family (and maybe a few strays!) on the last Friday of each
session. We celebrate their success and want you to see the fruit of
their imagination come to life!


Bottle Tree Productions’ Artist Educator, Anne Marie Mortensen, has this to say about theatre:

Participating in theatre can create life-long
friendships, and it can build skills, which builds confidence. There is a
place for everyone in the theatre. If you love to be on stage, if you
love to write, to sew, to paint, to build, to manage, to design, to
dance, to move, to sing, to play, or if what you really love is to watch
and be transported – there is a place for you. Belonging to a community
is a basic human need that is well-met with this artform. I see how our
company has helped people, young and old, to create this community, to
move together toward a mutual goal, to support each other and spin gold
from straw. In theatre, through story telling, people can create
something from nothing. That is magic.



(Monday) 8:30 am - 4:30 pm


Bottle Tree Productions' Studio in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

130 Clergy Street East, Kingston ON

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