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Children explore artisitic side during Camp Broadway at ASU Gammage


February 20, 2013

ASU Gammage will host the 14th annual Camp Broadway, June 24-28, where theater-loving kids will express themselves through performing arts with the help of Broadway professionals. The weeklong program teaches children skills of theatrical productions, builds self-esteem and inspires creativity.

Broadway professionals work with the campers between the ages of 10 and 17 teaching them singing, dancing and acting inspired by classic Broadway musicals. Campers will also see the Broadway hit musical "Sister Act" and attend master classes where they will meet professionals from different departments of the performing arts world. At the end of the week, campers will perform in the “Family Finale” highlighting the skills they learned.

Tuition includes training, lunch and tickets to "Sister Act." Spaces are limited are first come first served. Spaces are going fast so call 480-965-5062 to reserve a spot. Camp Tuition is $600 and tickets to SISTER ACT start at $23.50.

Located on the Tempe campus of Arizona State University, ASU Gammage is among the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. ASU Gammage is the home theater of the Broadway Across America – Arizona and Beyond series. Its mission is connecting communities by providing artistic excellence and educational outreach to the public. ASU Gammage is an historic hall designed by internationally-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. 

For more information about Camp Broadway, call 480-965-5062. For tickets to "Sister Act" visit asugammage.com.