Ambassador Theater teaches 2nd graders about Ancient China and Egypt
Ms. Hanna Bondarewska teaches students about Ancient China
Ambassador Theater teaches 1st graders about American symbols
Ms. Lilia Slavova leads the students through various theater games and exercises to teach them about American symbols
Ambassador Theater offers two different summer theater production camps, both of which use international literature as a platform for artistic creation and performance. Both camps provide a well-rounded production experience from a multicultural standpoint, ending with a showcase. Through both individual work and teamwork the students will open their minds to endless possibilities. Professional instructors guide them through scene work, theater games, and activities in projection and movement. The students will design their own costume and prop pieces and learn about all technical aspects of the theater production including creating posters and playbills for their performances.
Children ages 4-13 will enjoy a two week camp at the George Washington Masonic Memorial Theater in Alexandria, Virginia, and teens ages 12 and up a will experience mounting a three week full scale production at the Source Theater, in Washington, DC.
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