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2015 Registration Form 2015 Summer Conservatory Sessions Through the mounting of a full scale musical production, campers will study acting, singing, and.

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1 2015 Registration Form 2015 Summer Conservatory Sessions Through the mounting of a full scale musical production, campers will study acting, singing, and dancing. They will also work on various theatre skills from improvisation to character study. Campers will participate in an audition master class to prepare for the show audition and beyond. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to acquire a solid foundation in theatre and build self confidence in a fun and safe environment with a staff who are professionals in both the field of teaching and performance. (Please note – Due to circumstances beyond our control, camp location may be moved to a different Howard County school. You will be notified immediately.) Mail To: K.I.D.S. Summer Conservatory 9702 Gretchen Lane Ellicott City, MD Minimum enrollment - 30 Maximum - 60 per session All registrations must include deposit and be received by June 15, A $25 fee will be assessed for any returned check. Students Name Grade School Home Address City Home Phone Mother’s Name Cell Father’s Name Cell Enrolling In: Session 1: Peter Pan Session 2: Grease Please check T-Shirt Size: Youth: M L Adult: S M L XL Please make checks payable to K.I.D.S LLC Deposit due by June 1, $300 Non-refundable after June 15, 2015 Tuition (Includes Deposit) - $550 Sibling Discount AFTER one full payment - $50 Early Enrollment Discount if tuition is paid in full by February 28, $25 AM Extended Care - $40 PM Extended Care - $80 Total Fees Total fees paid today Balance Due June 15, 2015 No refunds will be given if camper drops out. Parent/Guardian Signature Date For more information, call – or visit our website: PETER PAN is the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn’t grow up. The adventure begins when Peter & Tinker Bell whisk the Darling children, Wendy, Michael & John away to Neverland. There they encounter countless adventures with the Lost Boys, Tiger Lily & her tribe, Mermaids, Pirates and of course, Captain Hook! GREASE, set in 1959 at Rydell High, sweet girl Sandy and greaser Danny kindled a friendship over summer break. But when they unexpectedly discover they’re now in the same high school surrounded by the T-Birds and Pink Ladies, will they be able to rekindle their friendship? Space limited - REGISTER SOON! 2015 Summer Conservatory Sessions Campers have use of the entire CHS drama and music wing, as well as the auditorium and stage! This session is open to current Grades K-5 Performances of Peter Pan July 16 th and 17 th Performance time: 7:30 PM at CHS June 29 th through July 17 th Monda y through Friday PM At CHS This session is open to current Grades 5-12 Performances of GREASE Aug 6 th and 7 th Performance time: 7:30 PM at CHS July 20 th through August 7 th Monda y through Friday PM At CHS Located at Centennial HS Ellicott City, MD

2 Our Daily Schedule Hours Activities 9:00 AM Warm-ups & Games 9:30 AM Staging Scenes & Blocking 11:00 AM Music 12:00 PM Lunch 1:00 PM Theatre Games & Improvisation 1:30 PM Choreography 2:00 PM Review 3:00 PM Dismissal Tuition Tuition ………………………………….…..$550 Deposit (due June 1, 2015)………….…...$300 Non-refundable after June 15, 2015 Balance (due June 15, 2015)………..…...$250 Sibling Discount after one full tuition:.…….$50 Early Enrollment Discount If tuition is paid in full by February 28, 2014 ….$25 No refunds will be given if camper drops out. Extended Care Extended Care available per session Before…………………………………………….$40 After………………………………………………$80 Extended Care Hours: Before……………………………………. 8AM - 9AM After………………………………………3PM - 5PM K.I.D.S Summer Conservatory Is sponsored by CLES PTA About the Staff… Stevie Brouillet, founder and managing director of K.I.D.S. has been a teacher in the Howard County school system for over thirty five years. Since founding K.I.D.S., Ms. Brouillet has produced a wide variety of shows including The Music Man, Annie, Beauty and the Beast, Oklahoma!, High School Musical, Willy Wonka and Bye Bye Birdie. She will serve as camp director. Kurt Boehm, (Director/Choreographer), most recently served as choreographer and director for Footloose, Zombie Prom, Bye Bye Birdie, Urinetown & Joseph…Dreamcoat for Teen K.I.D.S. Summer Conservatory. He also has taught at Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts, Creative Artists Institute, and Creative Cauldron. Mr. Boehm recently choreographed The Keegan Theatre’s production of Rent and Sprin g Awakening. Mr. Boehm has performed at the Kennedy Center, Signature Theatre, Arena Stage, Ford’s Theatre, Adventure Theatre, Olney Theatre, Theatre of The First Amendment and Toby’s Dinner Theatre. Mr. Boehm graduated from The Catholic University of America, Bachelor’s in Music with a concentration in Musical Theatre. Kathryn Carlsen, (Director) will be co-directing the Teen K.I.D.S. production. Most recently, she co-directed Footloose, Zombie Prom, Grease, Bye Bye Birdie and Urinetown with Teen K.I.D.S. For the past ten years, she has been the theatre teacher at Centennial High School. She is also the Education Director for the Baltimore Improv Group. She has worked as a camp director and counselor at Slayton House Camp of the Arts. Ms. Carlsen has performed at the Studio Theatre, Creative Alliance, Theatre Project, and Everyman Theatre. She received her bachelor’s degree from UMCP in Theatre and English Education and her master’s degree in Theatre Management from Brooklyn College. Cedric D. Lyles (Music Director) is currently the Executive Director and Resident Music Director for Arts Centric (a Baltimore theatre company). He is the Upper School Music Director at Garrison Forest School. As a music director, his focus is on aiding the story-telling through the music. His approach encourages actors to examine the text and make musical choices that support the story; even down to a simple breath. Mr. Lyles has an extensive background teaching vocal music and musical theatre. He has served several churches and theatres as musical director and is an alum of Morgan State University and American University. Emergency Information Emergency Contact: Phone: Please list any allergies or other medical concerns: Release I, as the parent or legal guardian of the above-named child, hereby give permission for his/her participation in this activity. I further authorize, without my prior approval, the rendering of any emergency medical treatment should the above-named child become ill or injured while participating in this activity. In consideration of the permission granted to the above-named child to participate in this activity, I do hereby agree, on my behalf and on the behalf of the above-named child, to release the teachers/directors, Centennial Lane Elementary School PTA (CLES PTA) and their officers, members, agents, volunteers and representatives, from any and all actions, causes of action, damages, claims or demands of whatever kind of nature which I or the above-named child may have against the CLES PTA, or the other above-listed parties for any injuries, known or unknown, which are incurred by, arise from or in any way relate to the above-named child’s participation in this activity. I have read this release and fully understand its terms. I execute the release voluntarily and with full knowledge of its significance and consequences. (Please make a copy of this form for your records.) Parent/Guardian Signature Date


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