German Language Camps Galli Theater Acting Camp – German and English
Join us for a summer full of fairy tale fun in German or English! Have you ever wanted to play a prince, princess, king or queen? Do the singing seven dwarfs or magical fairies tickle your fancy? Our camp is just the right place to try out different roles from different fairy tales while learning a language. The camp sessions are Monday – Friday. We do warm up games, movement activities, theater games to prepare our little actors for the stage. We then choose a fairy tale that we will rehearse and act out as a group. Each child picks their own role and of course we have costumes to complete the transformation! On Fridays, there will be a presentation for friends and family.
Please bring a snack and lunch for your children.
The German camps are intended for children with a good knowledge of German since the classes will be conducted entirely in German as will the final presentation.
Ages 4-10 years old.
Galli Theater Acting Camp in German at the German School Brooklyn,
July 31st – August 4th, 9am – 3pm
August 7th – August 11th, 9am – 3pm
August 14th – August 18th, 9am – 3pm
August 21st – August 25th, 9am – 3pm
The price is :
$400 for students of the GSB
$450 for external studentsGalli Theater Acting Camp in German at Galli Theater
151 West 26th street, 10th Floor
July 3rd-7th, 9am-1pm
July 10th – 14th, 9am – 1pm
• Cancellation by Galli’s Fairytale Theater: We reserve the right to cancel a camp if enrollment is insufficient. Any tuition paid will be refunded in full.
• Returned Checks: A $20 service charge will be attached to any check returned by the bank due to insufficient funds.
• Photography: Galli’s Fairytale Theater reserves the right to use photos and videos taken during classes for promotional materials only.
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