Entry Detail

    The Peanut Gallery - Musical Theater Summer Adventure Camp
    Street:
    199 14th Street
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11215
    Phone:
    6463421239
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    Description:

    Taught by professional theatre artists, the Peanut Gallery is devoted to musical theatre, personal expression, and self confidence. Children will learn the basics of singing and dancing, as well as what it means to participate and contribute to a group. Through story-telling, theatre games, art projects and performance, and with the guidance of the talented instructors, kids will not only have fun but will increase their own expressiveness and positive self-image. During one spectacular week of Peanut Gallery, they will create and perform their own original show with songs from Broadway musicals on the stage of Gallery Players’ 99-seat theater!

    Discount:

    10% off season subscriptions, show tickets and Peanut Gallery Summer Musical Theatre Camp  Discount valid with proof of membership Discount may not be used with other offers  Discount Code is PSP10 for 10% off

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 29-Jul-2010
    Comment:  One of my daughters went to their one-week program twice. She had a great time. I was very impressed by what they put together in one week.(may 2010)
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 08-Apr-2010
    Comment:  I want to give some feedback on Peanut Gallery, the musical theater camp run by Gallery Players. My kids, 7 and 8, attended this camp in 2009. They loved it and kept asking me if they go for a few more weeks. It was pretty structured--they did vocal warm ups, dance warm ups and acting/expression warm ups. They chose a theme and learned a new song every day, as well as choreography. This is not the type of camp where they make their own props and costumes--its more about the singing and dancing. They put on a show on Friday, and all the kids were very enthused. So if your kids are into performing, this is a great local option.(March 2010)