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5 South Greenwood Avenue
Hopewell, NJ 08525
(609) 466-1964
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Summer Stars Theatre Camp

Summer Stars Theatre Camp
Summer Stars Summer Camp runs Monday through Friday from 1:30 pm to 5 pm, beginning Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 19. Registration ends on Monday, July 1. 

Kids, get ready to take the stage at Hopewell Theater - you are cordially invited to join our Summer Stars theater camp! 
Every afternoon will be filled with fun, hands-on theater arts activities exploring character, movement, costuming, and backstage jobs. The program will lead up to and prepare campers for the final big show at the end of camp, the "Showcase" where every camper will have a part, performed at Hopewell Theater. All campers will also have the opportunity to "meet-the-actors" after HT's children's theater production of My Mother, The Astronaut the week of camp (includes two free tickets to the show for camper and parent/guardian).

Camp begins each day at 1:30 pm. Late-afternoon snack and supplies will be provided, included in registration cost. Pick up time is between 5 pm - 5:30 pm. Late afternoon snack will be provided in standard and vegetarian options each camp day for every registered camper. All late afternoon snacks will not contain nuts. Camp is appropriate for 1st through 7th graders. There will be an afternoon Summer Stars showcase at 4:30 pm on Friday, July 19. 

Ashley Layton will direct the summer camp. Ashley was the Director of Branchburg Township's Creative Theater program for 5 years, working with children ages 6 to 14, after serving as Assistant Director for 5 years. During her tenure running the Creative Theater program, she wrote, directed, designed and stage managed every production. In 2014, she co-founded the non-profit theater company, The Igloo Collective, which focuses on using theater to connect communities and ignite change; she is currently President of the Board of Directors. Ashley recived her theater training at The New School. She currently curates the programming at Hopewell Theater, as program manager.
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