Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Jonathan Groff and More Will Teach Master Classes at Young Actors' Theatre Camp
14 Mar 2014
Academy Award winners Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff are among the artists who will lead master classes this summer at the Young Actors' Theatre Camp, held June 24-Aug. 11 at Camp Sempervirens in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
The 2014 celebrity instructors include Tony Award nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally Blonde), Academy Award nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes ("Whale Rider"), Tony Award nominee Groff (Spring Awakening), "Frozen" Academy Award winners Lopez and Anderson-Lopez, Jim O'Heir ("Parks and Recreation"), actress Lucy Punch ("Into the Woods") and Tony Award nominee Thomas Sadoski (Becky Shaw).
"The Young Actors' Theatre Camp is heaven on earth for all the little drama geeks of the world!" said Groff in a statement. "I wish this camp had been around when I was a kid!"
Session dates are June 24-July 3, July 7-17, July 20-30 and Aug. 1-11.
According to press notes, "Courses at this year's Young Actors' Theatre Camp include vocal technique, acting, dancing, filmmaking, on-camera audition technique, comedy, improvisation and more. Outside of classes, campers will enjoy a variety of activities include swimming, movie nights, talent shows, arts and crafts, nature hikes…and, yes, S'mores!"
Other instructors during the summer camp include Geralyn Flood, Kevin Kent, Gina Latimerlo and Candace Milo.
Camp Sempervirens is located at 20161 Big Basin Highway in Boulder Creek in the Santa Cruz Mountains. For additional information on Young Actors' Theatre Camp, visit CampYATC.com or call (925) 858-3548.
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