BTG's SUMMER THEATRE CAMP

Theatrical Workshops
By Bill Coughlin

 

Aug 3 – Aug 14, 2015

Monday – Friday

9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

"Talent Showcase"

Friday August 14th at 1pm

 

ACTING ~ IMPROVISATION

LIGHTING ~ SCENE WORK

MOVEMENT ~THEATER GAMES

MAKEUP ~… AND MORE !

 

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

For 5th - 12th graders

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

AUGUST 2, 2015

Instructor’s Phone: (315) 572-0111

 

  • The purpose of BTG’s Summer Arts Camp is to provide a positive theatrical experience for your child’s development.

  • The program will consist of workshops in various aspects of theater (acting, improvisation, makeup, technical design, scene study, etc.)

  • All sessions will be supervised by Bill Coughlin, actor, drama instructor and director.

  • The program is open to any 5th-12th graders in the 2015-16 school year. Students have the option of attending full-time or part-time. Payments may be made by the day ($15), or by the week ($75).

  • All proceeds will go directly to the program to help defray the costs.  Students are asked to bring their own lunch.

SUmmer Theatre Camp

Daily Rate: $15/day

Weekly Rate: $75/week

 

Pay On-Line by clicking on the buttons below.

You can also mail in your registration by

downloading the brochure.

All parents/guardians of participants must

sign a release form.

Please bring this with you for first day of camp.

About our Instructor:

 

Bill Coughlin holds an MFA in Theatre from BrooklynCollege, studying under such notables as Sir Tobey Robertson, Bernard Barrow and Stephen Langley. As a performer, Bill’s work ranges from Shakespeare to children’s theatre. He appeared opposite The Wonder Years’ Dan Lauria in Whenever Summer’s Gone at the George Raft Theatre and appeared on The Guiding Light and Ryan’s Hope. Bill directed South Pacific for Baldwinsville Theatre Guild.  His directing credits for Cortland Repertory Theater include State Fair, The King and I, The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz.  Bill also acted at CRT in Over The River and Through the Woods (for which he won Best Actor at the Syracuse Area Live Theatre Awards), Annie Get Your Gun, South Pacific and The Music Man to name a few.  He has also directed Rumors, My Fair Lady, Run for Your Wife and Lend Me a Tenor for local companies.  When not acting or directing, Bill is an English and Drama teacher at Mexico High School.