Experience theater in a whole new way! In this process-based program, campers cultivate their talents as they create and perform their own scenes. During fun-filled days of improvisational games and imaginative exercises, campers gain theatrical knowledge, acquire technical skills, and develop the confidence to take the stage. Campers bring their own ideas for characters, settings and conflicts to life through a combination of improvisation, collaboration, and writing. At the end of camp, actors showcase what they have learned in a final performance for family and friends.
Director: Jack Novak is a playwright, actor and teaching artist. He has performed in the DC and Baltimore regions at Imagination Stage, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Faction of Fools, the Source Festival, Washington Improv Theatre and many others. He has taught improv, mime and other subjects for a wide range of age groups, ranging from the ages of 2-3 years old up to adults at Imagination Stage, Washington Improv Theatre, Roundhouse Theatre, Educational Theatre Company, InterAct Story Theatre and others. He holds a degree in theatre from Northwestern University.