If you’re not sure how to stimulate your little one’s imagination during the winter break, bring them to Emerald City Theatre School’s Winter Camps. Camps take place at the Athenaeum Theatre and The Menomonee Club. Winter Camps go on sale Tuesday, September 23rd, featuring exciting themes for ages 3.5 – 5 and 6 – 10.
Camps at Emerald City Theatre School
Monday, December 29 – Friday, January 2
(no camp Thursday, January 1)
Winter Wonderland Camp: 3.5 – 5 years old
Campers will embark on a magical journey where penguins dance, snowmen sing, and wintry adventures await you at every frosty turn. Come inside and warm up with theatre teachers and other campers during drama games, storytelling activities and songs such as “Let it Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” Special winter-themed crafts will round out our time together.
Eternal winter has set in the land of Arendelle. Queen Elsa’s icy powers have trapped the kingdom, and her little sister has to face an epic journey to save Arendelle from endless winter! Campers will explore a frozen wonderland filled with familiar characters and friendly faces. Expect lots of games and active fun in this winter-inspired adventure, including songs such as “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” Campers will showcase their snow-covered adventure in a glistening final show on the last day of camp!
Registration starts Tuesday, September 23rd. To enroll, call 773.529.2690×10or visit EmeraldCityTheatre.com. Camps take place at Emerald City’s spaces in the Athenaeum Theatre Building and The Menomonee Club in Lincoln Park.
About Emerald City Theatre
Founded in 1996, Emerald City Theatre creates theatre experiences that inspire early learners through play. Emerald City is one of Chicago’s most attended non-profit theatres, with an annual programming reach of 80,000.
Through a rigorous collaboration between innovating artists and leading educators, Emerald City develops new work for young audiences, with over 29 world premieres; produces professional productions at the Apollo Theater in Lincoln Park, The Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, and regional tour venues; and provides acclaimed educational programming throughout Chicago throughEmerald City Theatre School. Emerald City’s Little Theatre, the nation’s first facility dedicated to theatre for the very young (ages 0-4), opened in April 2013.Emerald City was awarded the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce’s Excellence in Arts and Culture Award in 2013.
Emerald City’s lead funders include the McArthur Fund for the Arts and Culture, Illinois Arts Council, The Land of Nod, KPMG, and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Chicago.