P.L.A.Y: Music & Theater
Partnering with professional artistic staff in residence from The College of Performing Arts at the New School in NYC, P.L.A.Y. programs offer music and theater workshops for kids ages 8-18 each summer. In 2017, we will offer two sessions, P.L.A.Y: Music from July 9-29, 2017 and P.L.A.Y: Theater from July 30 – August 19, 2017. Both programs run from 9am-4pm Monday through Friday. Light breakfast and lunch served. $350 per program per student. Tuition assistance available. Registration is now open! Enrollment is limited to 35 students in each program.
- A three-week exploration of collaborative music making between skilled musicians and youth ages of 9–15. Anchored in social engagement with an air of interdisciplinary exposure, this program values the contributions of each participant, highlights the importance of working as a team, and inspires participants and observers alike to feel supported in their exploration of the arts.
- Through exploration of creative writing and theatre technique, and with the guidance from resident artists, participants from each age group will develop and combine original pieces - from sets to monologues, from dances to songs, from poems to prose – to be celebrated on stage for a single, collaborative presentation
- 8-18 year olds will participate in a 3-week program. P.L.A.Y: Theater runs from 9am – 4pm M-F
For more information, contact us at [email protected]
P.L.A.Y. Programs are made possible in part by a grant from the John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation
Funding for education, outreach and museum programming for individuals and families is provided by generous individuals, foundations and agencies including: Montreign Resort Casino, American Gift Fund, John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation, Annelise Gerry and Family, Robyn Gerry, IBM, Joan Kaplan, the Monticello Motor Club, the Museum Association of New York, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Rhulen Loughlin Family -- in memory of Trevor John Loughlin, and James and Kelly Schmitt. Transportation and tuition assistance made possible in part by First Niagara Foundation, Dan and Joan Silna, and the Williams Endowed Education Fund at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
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