THELMA’s arts day camp – On Stage @ THELMA will feature the theatrical adventure “The Show Must Go Online” which is the first of its kind musical written to be rehearsed remotely, performed virtually, and shared with audiences online. The storyline is linear, made up of monologues and songs intended to be performed as solos. When these scenes are video recorded and played in sequence, it presents a complete musical theater experience available to any audience with an internet connection. Actors can easily practice their parts, video conference with or record/send to the director their rehearsal, and receive real time or remote acting adjustments and direction. This clear format facilitates distance learning for drama students and directors.
This show was created during the COVID-19 pandemic when schools and theaters were abruptly forced to cancel their stage productions. “The Show Must Go Online” was made specifically for all the young performers and communities affected by this unprecedented circumstance.
Fourth through eighth grade students will learn the lines and the music, create their video of their part at home and will be featured in a video that will be shown online for all to see! David Hein, THELMA’s Artistic Director will coordinate a schedule with each participating student to meet via Zoom to go over part.
Camp Dates: July 6 – July 29 (schedule will be created with each student)
Fee $185 ($148 for THELMA Members)
No other discounts apply
Video performance will be shown August 7 online! It will be available to view on THELMA’s YouTube, Facebook and website.
T-Shirt included. Will be available to pick up at THELMA’s Welcome Desk.
To register, visit thelmaarts.org, stop in or call us at 920.921.5410 to register your child.
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