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Academy of Children’s Theatre Summer Camps 2014

Spots are taken quickly – SIGN UP SOON! During each fun-filled week, students will develop their theatre skills through direct teaching, exciting improvisations, and preparing a musical theatre production. On Friday, the camps from that week will come together to present their productions for friends and family!

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Full-day and half-day week-long camps (drop-off), various times

Camp Dates: Weekly camps June 2 - August 1 (camps filling quickly, check for availability)

Age Range:
4 - 19 yrs. old

Costs: $125 - $225

Registration Deadline:
Classes filling quickly - register now to get a spot!



Academy of Children’s Theatre (ACT)
2314 Vickers Drive
80918 | Go to Map

Phone: 719-282-9101
Email: aoct@comcast.net
Website Address:
http://actcolorado.net/
 
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