Arts for Youth is a Bridgewater State University Multi-Arts Program for Children Ages 7-12 and Teens Ages 13-15
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Bridgewater State University's summer Arts for Youth program (now held each summer at the Bridgewater-Raynham High School) is a comprehensive arts program that allows children to explore a full range of performance and visual arts. Children take classes with other students of the same age group in subjects such as video, dance, drama, animation, painting, music, creative computing, gymnastics, puppetry, mask making, and general sports. All tuition and discounts remain the same for 2020!
February 22 through April 11
For Kids ages 7-12, no experience necessary!!!
$275 for the eight-week program located in BSU's Rondileau Campus Center
Join Arts for Youth for a revue of selections from the beloved Broadway musical, Seussical the Musical! Actors, singers, and dancers ages 7-12 are invited to our workshop in which we’ll create a half-hour presentation complete with the most popular songs from the show and its most exciting scenes! Kids will perform delightfully silly songs and heart-felt tunes such as “Oh, the Thinks You Can Think;” “It’s Possible;” “Green Eggs and Ham;” and “Alone in the Universe,” while bringing iconic characters like The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, The Mayor of Whoville, and more to life!
Questions? Contact Prof. Lisa Troy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-531-2141