Fall Break 2021 Camp
Where the Wild Things Are – (Grades K-2) What does it really take to be King of the Wild Things? Join Max and his monster friends as they explore the wonders of the night and find out. Along with art projects, theatre games, songs, and dance, students will develop and nurture their performance abilities through creative play, narrative pantomime, and story drama. The week culminates in a showcase for family and friends on Friday afternoon. Come be a part of the Wildest Rumpus in Reno.
Monster Academy – (Grades 3-6) Scare tactics aren’t something monsters are born with, but rather skills they acquire under the tutelage of professors at Monster Academy, the nation’s only accredited school for our slimy, furry, or many-legged friends. Along with theatre games, songs, and dance, lessons for this age group focus on character creation, acting, and performance skills in addition to the exploration of theme and story. The week culminates with a showcase for family and friends on Friday afternoon. It’s sure to be a frighteningly fangtastic time.
10/4/21-10/8/21 9am-3:30 pm
Showcase Event on Friday 10/8 at 3:30 pm. All of those over 12 years old wishing to see the showcase performance must provide RLT proof of a COVID vaccination (or a negative COVID test taken in the 48 hours prior to the performance.)
Day in the Life of RLT Camp:
9a-10a: Team building/focus games
10a-11a: Choreography Time (learn a dance that will be in the showcase)
11a-11:15a Morning snack break
11:15a-12:15p Art Project
12:15p-12:45p: Lunch Time
1p-2p: Music Time
2p-2:30p Theatre Exercises- improv/character building/etc.
2:30p-2:45p: Afternoon snack time
2:45p-3:315p: Scene work time
3:15p-3:30p Closing circle
*Campers ages 9-12 schedule can vary slightly to allow more scene work time and different art projects
We are currently looking for Stage Managers for our Broadway Our Way productions as well as Assistant Teaching Artists for all our camps (Fall, Spring, and Summer.) If you love theatre and creating with kids, contact our Education Department (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) for more information.
Education Refund Policy
There is a $50 non-refundable and non-transferable camp deposit.
Cancellation more than 2 weeks before a class/camp begins will result in a full refund, less the $50 deposit.
Cancellation within 1-2 weeks of a class/camp beginning will result in a class/camp credit, less the $50 deposit.
Cancellation 1 week or less before a class/camp begins will result in no refund or credit.
Exceptions will be considered for students with COVID-19 symptoms.
In the event of a positive COVID-19 case within a class/camp, the class/camp will not be canceled but instead transition to a virtual format. Refunds will be considered for students with COVID-19 symptoms
If Reno Little Theater cancels a class or camp, for any reason, you will be issued
a full refund including the $50 deposit for classes that have not yet started.
a prorated refund (including the $50 deposit) for classes that have started.