MAD CAMP is a day camp for those entering grades 3-8 who enjoy the arts. During the week, campers will experience a taste of music, art, and drama as they assemble the musical, The Emperor’s New Clothes.
Hans Christian Andersen’s The Emperor’s New Clothes is a humorous fairy tale about a good-hearted but gullible king who is duped by cunning scoundrels who weave an invisible suit of clothes which “only the wise can see.”
Other fun stuff!
- Handbells/Handchimes introduction
- Bowling & Pizza Road Trip
- Professional choreography Clinic
- Movie Feature & Popcorn
9:00-10:00 Musical Block
12:15-1:45 Adventure Block
Monday: Duckpin Bowling & Pizza
Tuesday: Guest Choreographer
Wednesday: Movie & Popcorn
Thursday: Musical Practice
2:00-2:30 Handbells/Handchime Practice
2:30-2:45 Snack Break
2:45-3:45 Musical Block
4:00 Pick up time!
Friday (note pick-up time)
9:00-10:15 Musical Block
10:30-11:15 Dress Rehearsal I
12:15-12:45 Handbells/Chime Practice
1:00-2:00 Dress Rehearsal II
*2:00 Pick up time
*6:00 PM Community Potluck Dinner
*6:45 PM Drama/Musical Presentation!
Please pack and send along a lunch for your child each day. We will provide water and lemonade at lunch as well as with the afternoon snack. Refillable water bottles are also encouraged.
MAD CAMP is directed by Len Langrick, former Music Director at St. James’ Episcopal Church. He is also music educator for Indian Creek School in Crownsville, as well as director of early childhood music education for the Children’s Chorus of Maryland. Camp information: Langrick@verizon.net.