6-8 and 9-12 Year Old Age Group
Please Note: Both camps are now full. Click the form below to be added to the waiting list.
We will be offering two summer camps for youth ages 6-8 and 9-12 One will take place from July 5-9, 2021 from 9AM-12PM for youth ages 9-12,, and the other will take place August 9-13, 2021 from 9AM-12PM for youth ages 6-8. Participants will have fun playing theatre games, playing with costumes and props, and they will present short sketches at the end of the week. The main focus will be on discovering the fun of theatre, and building skills. This camp is open to all experience levels.
$125.00/Youth (reduced on June 10)
There is a $25.00 discount per youth if more than one youth per household registers.
Summer Camp Overview
Participants, ages 6-8 and 9-12 will learn fun theatre games in a fun, inclusive, and engaging environment. In addition to fun theatre games, participants will also work on short sketches, which they will present at the end of the week.
While we hope to be able to present the sketches for a live audience of friends and family, we may need to record and stream the sketches in order to align with AHS guidelines.
This one week camp will be offered July 5-9 (ages 9-12) and August 9-13 (ages 6-8). Each day of camp will run from 9AM to 12PM.
Summer camp leaders
Nicole Leal dedicated her life to the arts community the moment she stepped on to a stage. A 2013 graduate from Red Deer College’s Performing Arts & Creation program, Nicole landed the position as the first female Artistic Director for Tree House Youth Theatre, and remained in that role from 2016-2018. With Nicole’s long history of volunteer work with Central Alberta Theatre, she was soon hired as their Production Manager. Her work as an actor includes Prime Stock Theatre’s Bard on Bower, B.I.T.E., Butt Ugly, various productions for Central Alberta Theatre, and an alum for RDC’s mainstage performances. Various parts in film include landing the lead role in CACHE Production’s film Are You Listening. In 2016, Nicole successfully co-founded Red Deer’s newest improvisation group called Improv Jelly.
Trista Mask is a member of the Hunting Hills High School Class of 2021, has been a part of Tree House Youth Theatre since 2014, and is finishing her final season as a participant. Most recently, Trista was the assistant director for the Tree House production of Romeo and Juliet and is currently directing her second one-act play, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Fifth Period. Trista was an actor in Butt Ugly: The Anti-Tobacco Touring Company, in Grade 9, which toured around to middle schools teaching the dangers of tobacco, through theatre. Some productions she was a part of are Little Women (2019), and Into the Woods (2017), and James and the Giant Peach 2016) for THYT, and Addams Family at Hunting Hills High School.