Summer

Camp

2020

Regarding COVID-19

Due to uncertainty regarding COVID-19, we are holding our June camps online. If you want to know what an online theatre camp might look like, click here!

We are planning on having a Musical Theatre Performance camp in July. As of now, that plan is still in place. However, we are only accepting "Pre-Registrations." This allows you to reserve a spot without any cost, so you can be first informed if the situation changes. By not accepting payment for the July camp, we are giving your family time to make a decision, as well as providing us a way to be flexible if needed.

High School Acting

June 8-12 for Rising 9th-12th Graders

Take your acting ability to the next level with this advanced summer acting intensive for high school students. Through scene and monologue work, you can expect to learn more about character development, objectives and obstacles, connecting to text, and bringing emotional life to your work.

$120

Virtual

Middle School Acting

June 15-19 for Rising 6th-8th Graders

We'll be exploring scene and monologue work in this week long summer camp. You'll learn about effective memorization techniques, understand how blocking works, get valuable stage time, and build a solid foundation for your acting skills for the upcoming school year. 

$120

Virtual

Musical Theatre

July 6-17 (2 Weeks), for Rising 4th-8th Graders

Come join us on stage as we mount a musical in 2 weeks! You'll get a chance to be on stage while singing, acting, and dancing.  We'll start with auditions on the first day, and by the end we'll perform for your family and friends! This is a perfect camp for the experienced and beginner performer alike- students will all participate in the production and take away valuable skills that can be used on stage and off.

 

Please note, this camp will have 2 performances outside of regular camp hours: Friday July 17th at 4:00pm & Saturday, July 18th at 2:00pm. 

$375

High School Acting Camp
Middle School Acting Camp
Musical Theatre Summer Camp

Pre-Registration Only

Aleah

Vassell

Aleah is a Canadian born artist produced by two lovely Jamaicans who raised her in Tennessee. She earned her BFA in Musical Theatre from Samford University and just graduated with her MFA in Acting from UT this past May. She is also Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Hear Me Roar Theatre Company. She has taught acting across Knoxville at UT, Flying Anvil, Knoxville Children's Theatre, and CarpetBag Theatre. Flying Anvil Performance credits include: Side by Side by Sondheim, and The Legend of Georgia McBride. Other performance credits: Mrs. Clark in People Where They Are, Bunny in Detroit '67, Catherine in A Christmas Carol (Clarence Brown Theatre), Deloris in Sister Act, Judy Haynes in White Christmas (Charleston Stage Company), and Emilie in The Submission (Hear Me Roar Theatre). 

 

Chris

Freeman

Chris (our General Manager) has been around theatre his entire life. As the son of a theatre teacher, he was in his first play at age 12 and has been professionally acting, designing, directing, managing and teaching theatre ever since then. A certified theatre teacher, Chris found his passion for Theatre for Young Audiences in college (Columbus State University), and that passion brought him to Lexington Children’s Theatre, Omaha Theatre Company for Young People, and Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre. From 2016-2019, he taught drama to grades PreK through 5 at Vineville Academy of the Arts in Macon, Georgia, and also created an after school drama program that performed fully produced musicals on a yearly basis. He is a continued invited guest artist at the Georgia Junior Thespian Conference and with Theatre Macon.

 

Virtual Summer Camp?

Here's the thing. This is uncharted territory for all of us. We still want to give your young person a chance to bond with other theatre people while learning more about acting.

 

We're not going to let the pandemic stop us from that! But, we have to be cautious. In order to try to make everyone comfortable, we've decided to go for it! As they say "creativity thrives on restrictions.

At Flying Anvil, we create adventurous theatre that connects audiences with new ideas. So, we're going to explore this space together, and we hope you join us!

Check out the sample schedule to get a picture of what a day at virtual summer camp might look like. 

Meet/Warm Ups/Morning Work

9:00-10:00

Break

10:00-10:30

Morning Lesson

10:30-11:00

Independent Work & Lunch
Small Group Mini Sessions

11:00-1:00

Afternoon Activity

1:00-2:00

Break

2:00-2:30

Sharing/Closing

2:30-3:30

*This is a not a final schedule, and it is subject to change

 
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