Musical Theatre Project in partnership with Frontlines
HopeWorks premier program TC3 in partnership with Frontlines, is hosting a unique three week summer musical theatre camp, full music, academic tutorials focusing on social studies and math, arts and crafts, field trips, skill building and more, from July 3 - August 17, 2012.
The Musical Theatre camp is offered through The HopeWorks Connection, a not-for-profit community organization dedicated to empowering youth through the performing arts, academics and relieving poverty, in partnership with Frontlines, a community centre for children and youth, this camp will harness the talent and resources of urban children and youth in Weston. We aim to empower youth, promoting excellent standards of development in musical theatre practice, dance, academic readiness, personal growth and global sensitivity. Skill-building and team-building activities enable these youth to learn skills that channel their creative talents and energy into something that cultivates self-love, harmony, balance, and critical thinking.
JULY 3- AUGUST 17
Mondays – Fridays, 10:00am – 4:00pm
(Stat holidays excluded)
Fees: Programs/ Day Camp is FREE!
*T-shirt ($10) and trips extra.
1844 Weston Road
(South of Weston Rd. and Lawrence)
TC3, The Toronto Children’s Concert Choir, was founded in 2001 by Rev. Denise Gillard. TC3 is an arts organization for youth ages 7 to 18 years who come from across the G.T.A. TC3’s mission is to promote, develop and encourage the talents and gifts of youth in the musical arts through Inspirational music and dance ranging from Spirituals to Hip Hop focusing on excellence, holistic development and world-class performance.
The Musical Theatre Project aims to empower youth, promoting excellent standards of development in theatre performance practice, dance, academic readiness, personal growth and global sensitivity, teaching youth how to channel their creative talents and energy into something that cultivates self-love, harmony, balance, and critical thinking.
For more information or any inquiries, please visit www.frontlines.to or contact Denise Gillard.