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Spring 2021 Youth Programs

LDTC’s Youth Camps & Classes provide theatre-based education programs to Summit County’s youth. While students gain knowledge and skills in the performance arts through theatre, music, and dance classes, the program’s ultimate focus is to broaden perspectives, build confidence, and bolster community ties through shared experiences.

The health and well-being of your student(s) is our top priority. Mandatory face masks, regular temperature testing, consistent physical distancing, ongoing hand washing and  enhanced sanitation procedures will be included in the daily protocols. We understand that families may have questions and also have different levels of comfort as it relates to policies and procedures moving forward.

The Struggles and Triumphs of Being a Kid

Ages 5-10

The Struggles and Triumphs of Being a Kid

Ages 5-10
January 20-March 10
Wednesdays 1pm-5pm
(No Class Feb.22-26 for Winter Break)
Cost - $200

Students will learn acting games, theatre skills and perform a collection of short scenes and monologues about growing up and life in elementary school.  This fun interactive camp will be right up there alley with real life experience to bring to their theatrical work.

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10 minute Playwriting and Performance

Ages 10-16

10 minute Playwriting and Performance

Ages 10-16 years
January 19-March 11
Tues. &  Thur.  4:30pm-6:30pm
(No Class Feb.22-26 for Winter Break)
Cost - $200

Students will read and work on scenes from different 10-minute plays to become familiar with the format of the 10-minute play. Then each student will write a 10-minute play and the students will perform each other's plays for a formal staged reading, the final week of class.

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Life in the Middle

 

 

Ages 10-16

LIFE IN THE MIDDLE

Ages 10-16 years
March 16 - May 15
Tues. &  Thur.  4:30pm-6:30pm
(No Class April 19-23 for Spring Break)
Cost - $200

Based on interviews with real students, this inventive musical delves into the shifting perspectives middle schoolers have regarding their families, school, growing pains, and what it really feels like to be caught in that strange age between childhood and adulthood. Designed for actors in middle school to perform with their own rock band, Life in the Middle offers young and old audiences alike an inspiring glimpse into the lives of some extraordinary kids and reminds those in middle school today that they are not alone.

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A Year with Frog and Toad kids

 

Ages 5-10

A  YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD kids

Ages 5-10 years
March 17 - May 15
Wednesdays 1pm-5pm
(No Class April 19-23 for Spring Break)
Cost - $200

Adapted from the three-time-Tony-nominated Broadway hit comes A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS. Based on Arnold Lobel's well-loved books, the jazzy, upbeat score bubbles with melody. Part vaudeville, part make-believe, and all charm, A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS tells the story of a friendship that endures throughout the seasons.

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