Summer of 2017 Arts in the Gap kicks off with Lisa Soland's
Although among the writing offerings this summer, this playwriting workshop for adults is very much about Theatre and is running on June 3rd -7th. During this workshop, Lisa will help you refine your playwriting skills, everything from improving your dialogue or strengthening your scene development. This work shop will conclude with the 10-Minute Play Festival, June 8th.
2017 continues with a new program :
with a Theatre portion for high school students who want to attend this week long day camp. The students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) as well as create an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end. The camp runs from June 19 through the 23rd at 9AM to 3PM. For more information visit here.
*****FINE ARTS CAMP: THEATRE, has been POSTPONED*********
Appalachian Shakespeare Project
The summer of 2017 continues with Joe Gill's production of Moonshine Macbeth adapted by students of LMU's English Department under the supervisor of Dr. Natalie Spar. The performance will be held in Berkau Park through the Appalachian Shakespeare Project. For more information please visit here.
Appalachian Youth Preforming Arts Camp
AITG is bringing back the Appalachian Youth Performing Arts Camp with Amy Oden Simpson, director of Middlesboro Little Theater at the helm. For more information, see individual program pages.