Details

Session: Summer 2020
Chapter:  Tri-Valley
Location:  East Pleasanton
Time:  8:45am - 12:00pm
Day:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Starts:  07/13
Ages:  5-18
Tuition:  $210.00
Open Spots:  2

Camp Description

Come join us for a live camp where we will take the script created in the Yes And... camp bring it to life! We will dance, act, play games, and put on our own mini show, all while learning about the core elements of theater. Come put it all together with us!
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Counselor:


Isabella Olfert

Camp Coordinator - Isabella Olfert

Counselor:


Heather Warren

Heather is an active performer in the Bay Area, and has been performing in theatre since elementary school. Some recent/favorite credits include Meg in Little Women (Chanticleers Theatre), Mrs. Brill in Mary Poppins (Starstruck Theatre), and Silly Girl/Napkin in Beauty and the Beast (3Crosses Church). Heather is also a company member of Open City Dance Company, a worship dance group that both performs and offers workshops and worship nights that are open to the public. When not performing, Heather works in property management and has taught many after school classes and camps in subjects ranging from drama, puppetry, public speaking, art, expression, and dance. She loves any opportunity to be outside, and is passionate about creating with her Creator! She is excited to use dance and expression to both connect with God personally, and draw others to know God more through His artistry.

Counselor:


Jordan Higby

Jordan Higby is 21 years old, and has 15 years of ballet training in both classical and contemporary styles. She began her training at Livermore School of Dance at age 6, where she still studies today. She has also been an active member of Le Tableau Magnifique Ballet Company for 10 years, where she is now a Principal Dancer. Some of her favorite past roles include The Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Baker’s Wife in Into The Woods, and Peter Pan in Return to Neverland. She has a passion for passing on her love and knowledge of dance to the younger generation. Jordan will be moving to Riverside, California for the 2020-2021 school year to pursue her Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications at California Baptist University. She hopes to never stop dancing and teaching!

Counselor:


Kristin Werder

Kristin Baer-Werder (KW) earned her BFA from the Actor Training Conservatory at UC Santa Barbara and her MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts. She is a proud member of AFTRA/SAG and AEA. KW worked in television and major motion pictures, but most enjoyed her work in regional theatres across the country. Favorite roles include Rosalind in As You Like It, Dorine in Tartuffe, and Miss Hyde in Dr. Jekyll and Miss Hyde. KW worked for six+ years with San Francisco Shakespeare Festival as the Props Designer and Backstage Manager and was proud to open the Firehouse Theatre. KW was on the steering committee and a founding member of CYT Tri-Valley, where she also taught classes, worked backstage and directed Junie B. Jones, Into the Woods, Jr, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. KW lives in Pleasanton with her husband and son (her daughter is an actress in Utah) and one unreasonably fat dog.

Location Notes:

Location specifics will be sent upon registration.

Camp Location:

Address Specifics will be sent upon registration, Pleasanton, CA 94588