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Summer Camp at Long Wharf

Time: June 25, 2018 at 9am to July 6, 2018 at 3pm
Location: Long Wharf Theatre
Street: 222 Sargent Drive
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.longwharf.org/stud…
Phone: 2037777027
Event Type: summer, camp
Organized By: Eliza Orleans
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2018

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Writer’s Workshop

  • June 25th – July 6th (*No camp on July 4th) 
  • Open to students entering grades 5 – 12
  • 9AM – 3PM
  • $725 for two weeks of camp

Join us this June for Writer’s Workshop! This two-week summer camp will introduce young writers to the fundamentals of playwriting. Through daily workshops with Long Wharf Theatre staff members, writers will unlock their creativity, explore different playwriting genres, and bring their original plays to life. Campers will receive individual feedback on their work throughout the two weeks. Camp culminates in a public showcase of campers’ work for family and friends.


Register here: https://longwharftheatre.formstack.com/forms/studio_school_registration

Scholarships and financial aid available. Please contact Education Programs Manager Eliza Orleans ateliza.orleans@longwharf.org or 203.777.7027 with questions or concerns. 

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