What if Hades was a used car salesman instead of king of the underworld? Ever wonder what the snakes on Medusa’s head talk about? What about a sitcom about two gods who must be roommates and what would you do if you came face-to-face with a Minotaur? Myth mashup’s come alive as we put a modern spin on the Greek gods in the action-packed weeklong camp. This is a great early exposure to mythology, improv, and character analysis. The final day of camp will include a share-formance for parents and family.
THE FIRST DAY: Parents and students please come to the theater by 9:00 am; shortly thereafter you will hear a 10-minute presentation from
Nathan Cummings, Cinnabars Education Director. After the presentation, kids will begin camp and parents will be excused
ITEMS TO BRING DAILY: Please pay attention to all the items you are being asked to bring from home.
Each item should be clearly labeled with his/her name. Cinnabar Theater and its faculty/staff are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
• Water Bottle which can STAY in their box for the duration of camp, so they don’t have to remember it every day (otherwise we end up going thru hundreds of paper cups…please help us conserve!!!)
• A snack/lunch (We recommend healthful, low-sugar items; do not send items that need refrigeration or require a microwave)
o Cinnabar Theater is a Peanut-Free/Tree -Nut Free campus. Please do not include nuts of any kind in your child’s snack or lunch. If you have questions regarding this please contact Cinnabar.
• A pencil
What to Wear: Wear comfortable clothing suitable for movement/dance, theater games (often involve sitting on the floor), and craft activities involving paint, glue, etc. Campers should wear comfortable shoes, closed-toed shoes (sneakers are perfect!): NO flip-flops, heels, slip-ons or clogs! No Dresses or Skirts (unless campers wear shorts underneath) your child may not be allowed to participate in certain activities if they do not have appropriate footwear.