Maltz Jupiter Theatre's Conservatory of Performing Arts Announces Summer Camps and More
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by BWW News Desk
Children in Pre-K through 12th grade have a reason to celebrate this spring and summer break: the return of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's popular Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts camp programs!
With a flexible schedule that includes optional pre-care and after-care, budding young performers will participate in a broad range of theatre-related activities, including acting, dancing, singing, prop-making, improvisation, storytelling and more. Each summer camp concludes with a themed showcase performance, with the summer's two largest shows - the Senior Conservatory's Little Shop of Horrors and the Junior Conservatory's Aladdin, Jr. - taking place this summer only in Jupiter Community High School's 800-seat auditorium.
"Our vacation camps have something for everyone, from dance, magic and musical theatre to comedy," said Julie Rowe, director of education for the Conservatory. "Our goal is to make sure that all of our students have fun, build confidence, express their creativity and have the opportunity to experience being part of a performance."
A great way to introduce young children to theatre, the Conservatory's vacation camp offerings include a secret agent-themed spring break camp (March 25 - 29) and the beloved Junior and Senior Conservatory summer camps (grades 3-5 and 6-12). The Senior Conservatory will take place June 10 - 28 (with full performances of Little Shop of Horrors on June 28 and 29), while the Junior Conservatory will take place July 8 - 26 (with a full performance of Aladdin, Jr. on July 26).
"We are so thrilled that our Junior and Senior Conservatory campers will have the opportunity to perform onstage this year in the large, beautiful auditorium at Jupiter Community High School, while some exciting renovations occur at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre," Rowe said. "Our Conservatory students will also be presenting the musical Oklahoma! there this May, with performances scheduled for May 18 and 19."
Other camp options include a four-day Monster Mash Camp for grades K-5 and a four-day Discover Disney Camp for Pre-K students age 4 and 5 (both July 1 - 5); a one-week Dr. Seuss Camp for grades K-5 (July 29 - Aug. 6); a one-week Super Sea Creatures Camp for grades K-5 (August 5-9); and a two-week Dance Intensive Camp for grades 6-12 (July 29 - Aug. 9). All registrations will be handled through the Conservatory, not the high school.
Here's a look at upcoming vacation camp offerings at the Conservatory:
March 25 - 29 - Super Secret Agent Spring Break Spy Camp, grades K-5
June 10 - 28 - Senior Conservatory, grades 6-12
July 1 - 5 - Four Day Discover Disney Camp, Pre-K students ages 4 and 5
July 29 - August 2 - One Week Dr. Seuss Camp, grades K-5
August 5 - 9 - One Week Super Sea Creatures Camp, grades K-5
Registration is now open for the Conservatory's vacation camp programs. Call 561-575-2672 for more information or visit www.jupitertheatre.org.