DFT Theatre Camps

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DRT Camp Reg 2019

DRT Scholarship App 2019

Intern Application Form

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All of our 2014 and 2015 Children’s Theatre Camps were FULL

REGISTER TODAY for DRT SUMMER THEATRE CAMPS 2016 at durhamregionaltheatre.com/theatre-camps/

DRT Camp Registration 2017

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Acting games, auditions, play rehearsals, painting sets, inventing costumes, hanging lights, the thrill of an audience and the warmth of friendships old and new … That’s what you find at DFT Summer Theatre Camps where every young actor is guaranteed a part.

Public performances are held on Friday and Saturday evenings the final week of each two and three week camp session.

ndea 1Teen Teaching/Directing Internships ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL CHILDREN’S CAMPS
. To apply for an internship position with Durham Family Theatre, download and read the Intern Job Description 2017 download, fill-out and submit the DRT Intern Application 2017



9 responses to “DFT Theatre Camps

  1. Has is yet been decided what play will be performed for the June 19-July 1, 2017 camp?

    • Dear Michele, Thanks for asking. Yes. I’m excited to say we will be perform a full-length series of award-winning one-act plays. The play will be selected from both “The Humana Festival” best plays collection and the “Best Short Plays in America” (using selections from several recent years – including the latest, 2017, collection which includes two plays by an old friend of mine.)

      Final play selections will take place in early June, as I see who registers for the camp.
      Please let me know if you have more questions.
      I hope to have the pleasure of seeing your family this summer.
      Warmly, Jenny Justice
      DRT Artistic Director

  2. Molly Cronenwett

    What are the daily hours–start and end times– of your camps?

    • Dear Molly,
      Camps run from 9 am – 3 pm Monday – Friday with options for early drop-off and afternoon childcare. You can read all the details at our website: durhamregionaltheatre.com/theatre-camps

      Warmly, Jenny Justice

  3. Is there a longer description for the TEEN THEATRE CONSERVATORY ? Thank you!

    • Dear Joanne,
      Thanks for asking about our Teen Conservatory. It is a great camp, usually attended by 15-20 teens from a wide range of acting backgrounds – some beginners, some experienced – They are taught skills in voice (based on the work of Kristen Linklatter, “Freeing the Natural Voice,”) stage movement, character development, stage design, script analysis and performance. And all make a full commitment to rehearsing for and performing our full-length play (open to public audiences.)

      There are many details to choose from, please email me at durhamfamilytheatre@gmail.com with a few of your specific questions so I can give you the most helpful answer.

      Warmly, Jenny Justice

  4. Frank, Aerin, Holly and Kennon

    I am interested in my daughter participating in the “A Play a Day” camp the week of August 11th. If anything becomes available please let me know. It seems that kids can just do one day at $30 per day or all week, is that correct? One day would be great! Thank you so much, Holly

  5. Sybil Bond Dorsey

    Bravo Durham Family Theatre (DFT)
    Durham Family Theatre presented “Bridget without A Story” written and directed by Jenny Justice. The cast and crew were outstanding. The audience was filled with expectancy, their energy was high. The young performers were beaming with excitement. They TOOK their places on the stage and OWNED it form the first line to the final call! Great Job DFT you’ve done it again. Bridget is no longer without a story; in fact, we all left with a Story!

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