Make friends for life
At the camp, you’ll get to know a lot of wonderful people, and many of them will become lifelong friends. We ensure that you’ll make good connections, and the numerous activities throughout the week will bring you closer together. So, don’t worry if you don’t know anyone at first – that’ll change in a blink of an eye!
Pursue your passion
Every morning, the camp begins with yoga, vocal training, or stretching. There are five scheduled lessons each day, covering drama, singing, and dancing. In the evenings, you have the option to participate in masterclasses, solo sessions, or simply enjoy quality time with friends.
You will have plenty of opportunities to pursue your hobby, develop your skills, and bond with like-minded individuals.
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Who can participate?
If you love to dance, sing, and act, and you want to learn more – Summer Camp is for you! Some of the participants already engage in theater in their free time, while for others, it’s completely new. The most important thing is that you want to try and enjoy having fun together with other wonderful people.
What is included in the price?
The price includes:
– 6 nights of accommodation
– Drama, singing, dancing, and plenty of other activities
– 5 hours of lessons per day
– 3 delicious meals and snacks every day
– Exciting activities every evening
– Morning yoga sessions
– Summer camp t-shirt, bag, and goodie bag
What can I expect?
At SceneKunst’s summer camps, you will be divided into teams with people in your age group. This is the group you’ll spend most of your time with at rehearsals. When it comes to our daily theatre practice, we typically work with elements from various plays and musicals. Everyone is given at least one role to practice throughout the week. At the end of the week, everyone performs at our closing ceremony only for students. Additionally, at the camp, participants are divided into dining-groups that span across all teams. You will help cooking and setting the table at least three times a week. This fosters a good balance by allowing younger participants to get to know some of the older ones.