Wortham Arts Summer Camp
with Bright Star Theatre
July 6-10, 2020 (Rising 1st-Rising 4th)
July 27-31, 2020 (Rising 5th-Rising 7th)
August 3-7, 2020 (Rising 5th-Rising 7th)
Age of Campers:
Rising 1st through Rising 4th Grade
Rising 5th through Rising 7th Grade
Rising 1st-Rising 4th Grade
Your child will wiggle, sing, dance and shout their way through a fun-filled week of creative play at Asheville’s premier performing arts center. With non-stop opportunities to express themselves through arts-based games, activities and field trips, your child will learn life-long skills such as collaboration, communication, self-confidence and leadership. At the end of the week, enjoy watching your creative genius perform on a professional stage in an original performance created exclusively by campers.
Rising 5th-Rising 7th Grade
Your child will enjoy a fun-filled week of creative interaction at Asheville’s premier performing arts center. With non-stop opportunities to express themselves through arts-based games, activities and field trips, campers will learn life-long skills such as collaboration, communication, self-confidence and leadership. Facilitated by professional arts educators with Bright Star Theatre Company, students will write their own show and perform it on one of Wortham's professional stages in an end-of-week showcase for family and friends.
Scholarships available through the Wortham Center Y.E.S. Fund
To register — Box Office: 828-257-4530 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions or more information — Jared McEntire: 828-257-4530 or email@example.com
About Bright Star Theatre: Bright Star Touring Theatre is one of the largest professional touring theatre companies in the country. The company performs for over 2000 audiences each year, from The National Theatre in Washington DC to National Parks in the Midwest, from a bike ride of Seattle’s Space Needle to theatres overlooking the Manhattan skyline, from school cafeterias or gymnasiums in South Carolina to libraries in Cape Cod. The company has created programs that allow it to bring theatre to schools and communities that are often underserved but the arts and bring the magic of theatre to young people who may not always have the chance to see it.