MIH Summer Program
Performing arts courses are designed to develop imagination, teach communication skills and encourage self-confidence. Participants will discover many methods of expression from improvisational exercises, sound and motion, to pantomime. They will develop characters and watch them come alive on stage.
Make It Happen Theatre Company has the exciting opportunity to collaborate with the Birmingham Civil Rights (BCRI) Institute for an innovative educational performing arts program that teaches Civil Rights History during a summer Drama Day Camp. The objective of this program is to explore the importance of expression for today’s youth and the different ways one can communicate physically, verbally, musically and overall, artistically to present important historical stories through the performing arts. The program will culminate in a live performance, giving each student a voice to boost their confidence, which will inspire a lifetime of purpose-driven accomplishments.
- Drama Camp: June 6 through- July 15, 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily to engage in research, performing arts classes and rehearsals for a Family and Friend Public Viewing Saturday June 18, 2:00p.m. There will be no classes July 4 and July 5 in lieu of the holidays.
- Drama Camp students will perform the play, A. G. Gaston: The Man, the Mogul and His Mission.
- The camp will utilize intense courses, training and rehearsal to prepare daily Productions that will be preformed for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute’s touring visitors. Daily Performances will start Monday June 20, through July 18, 2014.
- Camp is $125 per week due every Monday by 5:00 p.m. $50 non-refundable registration fee is due per child at the time of enrollment.
- All paper work must be completed and on file at the camp site on the first day of camp.
- Scholarships are available – Applications are considered based on multiple factors. Notifications will be made on a rolling basis. Please apply and we will contact you with our decision.