This stunning camp offered by the Worship & Performing Arts Department of Lancaster Bible College will place the campers under the teaching and direction of top professionals in their fields as they learn to sing, dance and act. Dance instruction, combined with ensemble choreography, acting instruction and musical production will all come together for a final showcase presentation that will feature the stage presentation of “Finian's Rainbow Jr”. The camp is open to students on all levels; beginner, intermediate, and advanced are all welcome.
Dates: June 24-28, Monday-Friday: 9 am – 3 pm
Friday: 4:30 pm. Showcase performance in Good Shepherd Chapel
Age Group: 11-15 years old
Cost: $175. Includes daily hands-on instruction by top teachers and professionals, ensemble rehearsals, all materials and handouts.
Limited attendance slots available! Register by April 15 for a discounted price of $160. Registration Deadline: May 31.
About the Artists
Guest director, Renee Morth joins the LBC musical theatre, vocal performance, and dance professors to lead an amazing week of being stretched and challenged.
Auditions for all registered students will be held on Monday and Tuesday, June 3-4 from 4 to 6:30 pm in the Good Shepherd Chapel. Auditions are for role assignments and to determine entering skill level. This show was specifically chosen to give the maximum amount of opportunities to the maximum amount of campers. Each registered student will receive an email notification of their assigned time on or before June 2. Please prepare 32 bars of a Broadway or sacred selection and bring the sheet music. An accompanist will be provided. You will also learn a dance combination in a group setting so dress comfortably with appropriate shoes.
Campers must provide their own water bottles each day. Label your script/score, water bottles, lunches, etc... Comfortable shoes are required for dance classes and choreography. No flip flops or sandals please!
About "Finian's Rainbow Jr."
Music by Burton Lane. Lyrics by Yip Harburg. Book by Fred Saidy and Yip Harburg. Adaptation by Deena R. Harburg.
“Finian McLonergan, who has emigrated from Ireland to the town of Rainbow Valley in the mythical state of Missitucky with his daughter Sharon, intent on burying a stolen pot of gold in the shadows of Fort Knox, in the belief it will grow and multiply. Hot on their heels is Og, a leprechaun intent on recovering his treasure, before the loss of it turns him permanently human. Complicating matters are a corrupt senator but in the end, Sharon marries the handsome, young Woody Mahoney; and Woody's mute sister, Susan, acquires the power of speech and falls in love with Og, who decides that being human is not so bad after all.”
When & Where
Lancaster Bible College
At Lancaster Bible College, our focus is on your journey to fulfill God's purpose for your life. Our mission has remained constant since 1933 to educate Christian students to think and live a biblical worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving him in the Church and society.