Come join us from July 13-17 for a week-long Musical Theatre camp! Kids grade 3 and up will develop skills in singing, dancing, and acting, culminating in a showcase at the end of the week.
Camp starts at 9am and runs until 4pm. Drop off can happen any time between 8:30 and 9:00am, and pick up between 4:00 and 4:30pm. Campers should wear comfortable clothes that don’t restrict movement. Please bring:
- a lunch and snacks (nut free please)
- a water bottle
- sunscreen and a hat (we’ll go outside at break, weather permitting)
- dance shoes or indoor sneakers
Cost: $275 per camper. If more than one sibling from the same family is registered there is a $50 discount/camper (ie $450/2 campers, etc).
Location: The Hall of the Kanata Christian Reformed Church, 46 Castlefrank Road, Kanata (corner of Stonehaven).
Robin Guy is an actor and teaching artist who has been teaching since 1998. Her work has included choreography for the World Youth Day celebrations at the Ottawa Civic Centre, and co-choreography for the first Ottawa Catholic Board musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. In addition to private coaching, she provides customized workshops in all aspects of drama, movement, and musical theatre and has worked with a variety of schools as a visiting artist since 2001. Robin works in live theatre, screen, and, voiceover. Recent gigs include critically acclaimed productions of The Revolutionists, This Flight Tonight, Miss Shakespeare, The Clean House, Crimes of the Heart, Marion Bridge, War of the Worlds, Cyrano de Bergerac, and A Flea in her Ear at The Gladstone and the role of Jacques in Shakespeare’s As You Like It with Bear and Co. Robin operates her own theatre company, Three Sisters. Other roles include Maria in The Sound of Music, Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Vivian Burns is an Ottawa based educator, actor, singer, dancer and choreographer. She received her Bachelor of Education at the University of Ottawa and studied in the Musical Theatre program at Randolph Academy of the Arts in Toronto. Vivian has taught dance at private studios across the Ottawa region for over 25 years. She co-directed Allegro DanceWorks for 16 years, winning multiple accolades at dance competitions for her choreography, where she continues to teach all levels in classical ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical/contemporary and musical theatre. As a performer, Vivian was most recently seen in SevenThirty Productions’ Minding Frankie and in Plosive Productions’ It’s a Wonderful Life, both at The Gladstone Theatre, as well as in the iconic role of Sally Bowles in Suzart’s Cabaret. Favourite lead roles in shows include Mary Poppins, Shrek the Musical, Ragtime, Cabaret and A Chorus Line. She was a member of the a cappella group Harmonic Generation for five years, and in shows with Black Sheep Theatre, Orpheus, ASNY, Savoy Society, and CMT. Vivian was a principal on the Comedy Network produced TV series Butch Patterson for three seasons and became a full ACTRA member in 1999. Vivian is also a certified yoga instructor and the performing arts specialist at Joan of Arc Academy.