Send the Kids to Starlight’s Frosty Fun Days on December 29-30

Send the Kids to Starlight’s Frosty Fun Days on December 29-30

FrostyFunDays_2014Students ages 6 to 10 can warm up their imaginations and performance skills over winter break by participating in Frosty Fun Days at Starlight Theatre. Now in its third year, this interactive day camp gives students an opportunity to explore the world of musical theatre.

This year’s sessions are offered indoors at Starlight on Monday, December 29 and Tuesday, Dec. 30. Students may register for one day or both. Each day’s agenda is packed full of theatre games, storytelling, music, dance and movement. Campers even make props and create a piece of live theatre to share with their new friends during each day’s finale – the Shivery Showoff!

The registration fee for one day is $45, or $81 for both days (a 10% discount). Camp runs 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily with before and after care available for an additional fee.

The teaching artists for Frosty Fun Days are:

  • Stephanie Charlton. Stephanie, the Movement/Music Teaching Artist for Frosty Fun Days, has been involved in the arts ever since she could walk. She studied theater performance at Johnson County Community College under the guidance of Beate Pettigrew and Sheila Philip. For the past 11 years, Stephanie has performed locally and nationally with such companies as the Seem to Be Players (American Tall Tales National Tour), Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre (The Who’s TOMMY, Ragtime), The Mystery Train and Theater for Young America (Cinderella, Goldilocks and the Three Bears). In addition to performing, she is a teaching artist with The Coterie and teaches a theater class at the downtown Central Kansas City Library branch.
  • Derek Jensen. Derek, the Acting Teaching Artist for Frosty Fun Days, is in his second year as theater teacher at Topeka High School, where he currently co-sponsors the school’s thespian chapter, directs the winter play and serves as assistant director for the musical. A 2008 graduate of Emporia State University, Derek taught middle school drama in Dodge City for three years and was technical director at Olathe Northwest High School for two years. He previously was a teaching assistant at Starlight’s Spring Break and Act Like An Animal camps.

Sign up soon so your aspiring young artist can ditch those winter doldrums at Starlight!

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