Hear ye, hear ye! Join us this summer for Ransom Fellowship School’s first ever summer drama camp! In this one week intensive camp, we will be working on a play from beginning to end, from learning the first lines and blocking to putting on a full performance at the end of the week, telling a well-known story set in medieval times. Whether you are a first time participant in theater or have been acting for years, you are sure to learn something new and have lots of fun!
Monday- Thursday June 19th- June 22nd 9am- 2pm.
*Friday, June 23rd from 2pm-9pm*
Play will be performed at 7pm Friday evening with reception to follow.
Monday- Thursday: Ransom Fellowship School- 12211 Old Shelbyville Rd. Suite A
Friday Rehearsal and Performance: St Michael Orthodox Church Parish Hall
This camp will be led and taught by Mrs. Morgan Coronato (formerly Aldridge).
Morgan Coronato has been involved in theater in some capacity for over a decade. From 7th-12th grade, she acted in and wrote several plays performed at her middle and high school, before transitioning to the role of stage manager for two community theater productions while attending college at WKU. After graduating, Mrs. Coronato ventured back to the middle and high school she attended to serve as an English teacher and the drama club director for three years. Mrs. Coronato is now looking forward to introducing a new set of students to the wonderful storytelling world of theater this summer!
This camp is offered to students who will be rising to 5th-12th grade.
Cost: $200 per student. Multi-sibling discounts may be available- inquire for details.
Registration Process: Submit the contact form below and we will email you with enrollment directions.