EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT:
Register by March 17th and receive 10% off the registration fee!
This year’s line up:
Shakespeare Camp - Led by director Eleanor Crowder, campers will learn classical text analysis and delivery, movement, stage combat and singing techniques by bringing Shakespeare’s magical comedy, The Tempest to life.
- Fee: $780 (HST applicable for campers aged 15+)
- Dates: July 7-25; 3 weeks
- Ages: 12-18 years
Performance Camp - Led by seasoned professional artists, campers will learn singing, dancing and acting skills through exploring the music, characters and story from the boisterous and witty musical Pirates of Penzance.
- Fee: $545 (HST not applicable)
- Dates: August 18-29; 2 weeks
- Ages: 10-14 years
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Located at the picturesque Billings Estate Museum, both camps culminated in a beautiful outdoor evening performance!
The whole family will enjoy the GCTC Children’s Sunday Series, featuring two of the city’s longest-running theatres for young audiences: Salamander Theatre & Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre! From September through June, join us in the Studio Theatre upstairs at the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre (home of the Great Canadian Theatre Company) on select Sunday afternoons for fantastic family programming that includes singing, dancing, puppets, sword fighting, and a whole lot of fun!
All performances take place on Sundays at 1:30PM at 1233 Wellington Street West (at Holland Avenue) in the studio theatre
- September 29th - The Light Princess (Rag and Bone)
- October 20th - Macbeth (Salamander) *Recommended ages 10+
- November 3rd - Where Poppies Blow (Salamander)
- March 2nd - The Last Drop (Salamander)
- March 11th-13th - The Last Polar Bear (Rag and Bone) *5 performances!
- May 4th - Zoom at Sea (Rag and Bone)
- May 11th - Swan River (Salamander)
Tickets are $10/person, or $32 for a family of four, and can be purchased online or at the door (cash only). All shows are 45-60 minutes long and include a talkback with performers after the show.
Stay tuned for our summer 2014 camp lineup!
Salamander Theatre presents educational programs
that inspire creativity!
We bring professional theatre and drama-in-education and arts resources to schools, teachers and communities throughout Ontario, and reach over 15,000 youth each year. Founded in 1993, Salamander Theatre has been dedicated to helping youth transform their experiences to artistic expression through our four major programs: Touring Performances, Educational Workshops & Residencies, and Summer Drama Camps.
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