10-DAY CAMP: Monday July 18 to Friday July 29, 2016 9AM to 3PM
PERFORMANCE: Saturday July 30; 1PM
Celebration of success to follow show;
(campers attend 11AM to end of set strike and theatre clean up)
Bard in the Valley’s summer camp 2016 is fully registered; please send an email to email@example.com if you would like to get on the early notice list for the 2017 camp.
The 10 day camp is for 10 to 15 year old youth; usually held in July at Langley Players, 4307 200th street.
Thank you for your interest.
Once again the show will be an original script featuring many elements of live theatre; written and directed by camp leaders Dylan Coulter and Dayna Thomas.
There will be a dress rehearsal on Friday July 29th; open to those parents/siblings who can attend.
The 1 PM performance on Saturday will be open to the friends and family and general patrons. This will be a fundraiser; $5 per seat or a donation towards next year’s camp costs.
This is an excellent opportunity for young thespians to experience and learn all aspects of theatre at a beautiful venue. Workshops on auditioning, rehearsals, script breakdown, set design, building, decorating, costuming, makeup, performing, technical and team work will be offered.
Bard in the Valley Youth Theatre Coordinator and camp supervisor and producer: Bev Pride
Camp leaders: Dayna Thomas and Dylan Coulter,
Dayna is very happy to have the opportunity to lead this camp for the second year and work with enthusiastic and talented young people. Dayna has been passionate about theatre since she was in Grade 2 and got to play an Egyptian in her school’s Christmas play.
Since then, she has studied Theatre in her undergrad at the University of the Fraser Valley, and taken classes through Vancouver Theatre Sports League, Studio on the Drive and Fight Director’s Canada. She currently works as a teacher in the Langley School District and is currently cast in LP’s spring show “Ghosts” and in Bard in the Valley’s summer show “Taming of the Shrew.” Thank you to her family for their patience and support and to Dylan, an amazing partner on and off the stage.
Dylan loves the experience of working with young actors on original productions. As a director, his goal has always been to push a cast of actors to their limits in order to find success, risking themselves for the benefit of their peers. Dylan has a background in stage combat and in Shakespeare,with an education in theatre and English from the University of the Fraser Valley, and in film from the Vancouver Film School. He graduated from Langley Fine Arts High School. He is cast in “Taming of the Shrew,” BIV’s summer show as well as working in New Westminster museum venues
Location: Langley Players
4307 200th Street