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    Treasure Trunk Theatre
    Phone:
    (347) 762-9475
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    Description:

    Treasure Trunk Theatre, LLC, is a nurturing place for children to develop and expand their creative energies while learning valuable skills in communication, teamwork, and confidence. Through the theatrical arts, children will learn to use their bodies, voices, and imaginations to express themselves and be connected with the world around them. We offer weekly classes, camps during all school holidays (including snow days!), and dramatic birthday parties.

    Discount:

    5% off classes and camps

    Use discount code PSP5 when you book.

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 22-Sep-2018
    Subject:  space for b.day
    Comment:  Hi - Treasure Trunk theater opened a space on Atlantic ave and they rent it out for events. I don’t know how many it can accommodate, but might be worth checking out.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 29-Aug-2018
    Subject:  2018 Summer Camp Reviews
    Comment:  Summer 2018 Review: This is a fun, indoor pretend play camp. My kid did Moana week this year. For the morning camp (9-12 with an 8:50 drop off), they pretend as a group with the guidance of a teacher, do some “acting”, a craft and read a story every day. There’s an option to stay until three and go to the playground, but I never used it. On Fridays, the kids demonstrate the things they’ve been doing, put on a little play and do a choreographed dance in the middle of a day. Age of child: 4
    Reviewed by 2016Review
    On 27-Sep-2016
    Subject:  Summer Camp Survey 2016
    Comment:  Age of child: 4Review: The camp, although small-scale (hosted at the Brooklyn Brainery) was the highlight of my daughter's summer. She came home singing new songs and full of details. She has already asked to attend next summer (and the summer after that!). She is an imaginative kid and loves everything make-believe, so perhaps it's not a surprise that she loved it so much and can't speak for those children who are less inclined to be the "stars of the show.". But it seemed very age appropriate and it was a week of fun when very few camps were operating.What would you change about the program, if anything? It's a bit pricey for what it is (no swimming or field trips and a very short day 9-12). The extended day program was really undersubscribed and they just ended up going to the playground, so it might have been cheaper just to hire our usual sitter for those extra three hours. If it had been more "programmed" I might have thought it more worthwhile.
    Reviewed by 2016Review
    On 27-Sep-2016
    Subject:  Summer Camp Survey 2016
    Comment:  Age of child: 4 yrsReview: Fantastically friendly teachers, my son loved the program. Each day of the week long camp addressed the theme with books, crafts, music and dancing.