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Dive into Disney Summer Camp with Roberstson County Players and King’s Kids Inc.

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King’s Kids and The Robertson County Players Summer Theater Camp” which will be held at Springfield High School in Springfield. The camp dates are June 9 – 13. Starts at 9 am · Ends at 3 pm. Those eligible for the camp are 1st grade thru 8th grade students.

Fee: $100 for the week

On the last night of the theater camp on Friday, June 13 at 7 pm at the Springfield High School Auditorium we plan to have a original musical performance of “Dive Into Disney” which will be performed by the campers that will include songs from Peter Pan, Winnie the Pooh and The Little Mermaid. This will be open to parents and also to the general public.

For more information visit the King’s Kids and The Robertson County Players Summer Theater Camp Facebook page.

To register click the links below to download the registration and camp waiver forms, complete and then mail the completed form along with the $100 camp fee to:
Robertson County Players
PO Box 279
Springfield, TN 37172

Download Registration Form
Download Waiver Form

Space is limited so sign up now! Applications must be received by Tuesday, June 1st. If you need to hand deliver yours to meet the deadline, bring it to Connie Smith at Shelter Insurance 2023D Memorial BLVD in Springfield.

Bakari KingNashville actor, singer, director and choreographer Bakari King who teaches Middle School Theater at the University School of Nashville will serve as the camp director. He will also serve as the director and choreographer for the Players summer musical Ragtime in July.

King said recently, “I am really excited about this opportunity to join forces with the Players to bring a full scale summer theater camp to teach the many skill sets of performing before a live audience. Being a teacher and performer myself, I know how important the theater arts are to help broaden our young peoples lives.

King went on to say, “we plan to teach our students what goes on behind the scenes of theater, from making costumes, to learning choreography to building sets and scenery and of course acting and singing on stage.

Players spokesperson Danny Atchley said, “the RCP have wanted to host a theater camp for students since our earliest days of being a community theater. It wasn’t until we hit on the idea of enlisting Bakari as our camp director with all of his passion, ability and technical skill for theater that we realized we had the perfect person to make this dream a reality. This is going to be a wonderful opportunity for young people to learn from one of the most talented performers and theater teachers in Middle Tennessee.

 

Author: Robertson County Players