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Coming August 2015: Theatre Camp!


class_campThis summer, Anything is Possible Theatre will offer a day camp for kids 8 to 15, taught by seasoned local theatre professionals.

Session 1: August 10-14   9 am – 3 pm

Session 2: August 17-21   9 am – 3 pm

Limited after-care will be available.

Cost: $250 per session; email hidden; JavaScript is required about scholarships.

Camp will be held at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center – 3515 S. Alaska St., Seattle 98118.

Campers will receive instruction in:

  • Theatre games
  • Acting (scene work)
  • Music theatre (music and dance)
  • Stage combat
  • Circus arts

For more information or early registration, email hidden; JavaScript is required. See you at camp!

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make_webTo help create this opportunity, we are inviting you to “Make Anything Possible” — an energizing evening of food, drink, entertainment, and fabulous prizes — with proceeds funding camp scholarships! The event takes place Friday, March 20, 7:00 p.m. at the Columbia City Gallery. Help send a kid to theatre camp – get tickets here!

Stay tuned or email hidden; JavaScript is required for more details about the camp and our next production, “Pickle: the Dog who Loved to Read!”

 

In June 2014 Anything is Possible Theatre occupied Nottingham!


Guitar playerRobin Hood: An Old Tale for Modern Times opened on June 132014. Our Special Giving Night on June 21st proved to be a great intersection of community and theater. Throughout the run, we had robust audiences who responded with enthusiasm and warmth.

Our successful Robin Hood class taught the basic elements of acting, singing, stage combat and hip hop dance. Three of the youth from the class auditioned for and were cast in the main stage production, and had the rich experience of working with seasoned actors in a professional show.

Watch a scene from Robin Hood

In addition to ticket sales, we raised $3,000 for three organizations: The Rainier Valley Food Bank, Project Cool (providing school supplies and support for homeless students) and the Columbia City Church of Hope (for their work with homeless families.) Our project was financially successful–we were able to cover all costs and pay every artist working with the production.