Exploring diversity through theatre
Circle of Hope now has a thespian compassion team that is planning and hosting our first summer theatre camp for kids ages 7-14! What’s better is that the kids will have the opportunity to explore writing, acting, and playing roles with themes surrounding diversity and strong communities. The final day of camp will be the culminating performance that the kids will present. This camp will help kids to find their creativity, their voice, and of course make a bunch of friends!
Would you like to know more? Visit the summer camp website for more details and registration information. If you don’t have kids and know a child who would benefit from this experience, don’t forget to pass this info along! And if you think this is awesome and would like to help provide money that will support the team, be sure to shop at our Circle Thrift stores on Saturday, July 16th! Circle Thrift will donate half of their profit from that day’s sales to this compassion team and their effort to make this camp a success!
Other questions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Stevie Neale, reporting
Stevie Neale is a performer, director, and teaching artist in the South Jersey/Philly area. She has worked as a teaching artist for over 10 years in children’s theatres and community centers in Florida, New Jersey, and Philadelphia focusing on musical theatre, improvisation, and playwriting. She has also taught theatre in Latin America with BuildaBridge International. Stevie believes strongly in the capacity of the creative arts to transform individuals and communities. As an artist and a member of Circle of Hope, she feels strongly called to bring her abilities and passions for theatre and its transformational powers into the neighborhoods we reside. This camp is only the beginning.