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Thrive Theatre Camp

Written by Geff Moyer
Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service (Denver, CO)

 

"When Red Riding Hood trips over a root in the forest, she spills her basket of goodies only to encounter Hansel and Gretel wanting her food basket.  They have finished off the gingerbread house and are now running from the witch.  Poor Red is confused — there’s no witch in her story!  But when Bambi scampers in, chased by Robin Hood, who is running from Goldilocks because he shot arrows at her three bears, Red knows the fairy tale forest is in total chaos!  From Snow White to the heartless Tin Man and the Headless Horseman to Rapunzel to the White Rabbit, the story just gets crazier and crazier!  To complicate matters, a Shrek-like Sheriff Ogre tries to shoo away the “legend” characters because they don’t belong in Fairy Tale Forest.  The hysterical stage action builds to a crescendo until all suddenly goes black.  When the lights come up, we realize it was all just a dream...or was it?"

 

Camp Details:

 
The week will begin with auditions to determine your role in the play (no preparation needed) and will culminate in a 30-minute performance of "Chaos in the Fairy Tale Forest". Parents will be invited to watch the performance as COVID regulations allow. During the week we will enjoy fun theatre and improvisation games, work to increase confidence and presentation skills, rehearse the show, and work together on all the behind-the-scenes elements to create an entertaining event!
 
Cost: $240
Dates: July 12-16
Ages: 8-12 years old
Location: Cascade Christian High School
Time: 9 AM - 3:30 PM
 

 

About The Instructor:

 
Krista Severeid has been Cascade Christian Schools' JH/HS Theatre Director since 2018 where she has Directed 'Alice in Wonderland', 'Seussical Jr.', 'It's a Wonderful Life' and many more. Krista also teaches theatre and production classes at the CCS JH/HS. Krista’s performing credits include National Tours, NY, Regional and Dinner Theatres across the country, an international cruise and local theatres including Seattle’s 5th Avenue and Village. Krista is a member of Actors Equity Association. Teaching/Directing experience also includes Icicle Creek Young Artists Theatre Camp, CCS Spanaway Elementary music and NY's StarKidz. Krista especially enjoys performing with her husband, actor Tony Lawson. Currently, they sing together on the worship team at Emmanuel Church in Tacoma. Together they have one son, Indy, age 5.