Not Quite Ripe Improv Summer Camps 2019

 
 

First, a little about not quite ripe…

The four different summer camp sessions are geared toward specific age groups. So the activities will be different, but the focus is the same: Build Confidence, Encourage Creativity and Embrace Teamwork.

Each camp is one week long and runs 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

There is a show with the NQR actors on the Friday evening at the end of the week.

We will provide the snacks. You will need to provide a lunch for Monday - Thursday. Friday is pizza day!

Each camp is taught by NQR founder and certified Brevard Public Schools teacher, Jessica Taylor.

$250 (+fees) Early Registration (Before May 1st)/Currently Enrolled Adult and/or Child Improv Students
$300 (+fees) Late Registration/Non-Improv Students
10% Discount for enrolled siblings (Promo Code: PLEASETAKEMYCHILDREN)

More information about each camp session and registration can be found below.

Entering 1st - 3rd Grades

Put those imaginations and unbridled wit to use learning improv rules, techniques and games to build a sense of teamwork and self-confidence. We'll also explore a bit of EGAD.

June 10-14 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

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Entering 4th - 6th Grades

Put those imaginations and unbridled wit to use learning improv rules, techniques and games to build a sense of teamwork and self-confidence. We'll also explore a bit of EGAD.

June 17 - 22 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

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Entering 7th & 8th Grades

Put those imaginations and sarcasm to use learning improv rules, techniques and games to build a sense of teamwork and self-confidence. We'll also explore a bit of EGAD. 

July 8 - 12 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

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High school improv intensive

This is a crash course in improv - really diving into the rules and structures of short form and long form techniques. Having a foundation in improv improves a student's ability to think on their feet, have confidence in themselves and better work together as a team. This is also very helpful for any high schooler involved in theatre competitions like Districts and State Thespians, community theatre, high school programs and planning a future as a professional actor.

July 22 - 26 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

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