Mt. Vernon Theatre Department
BROADWAY KIDS CAMP
June 25-29, 2018

Register at  mvtheatre.weebly.com
https://www.facebook.com/maraudertheatre/

ANNIE has captivated audiences around the world! Each day of camp will be full of
vocal music, choreography, acting, and much more as campers participate in
creating the show! On the last day of camp, students will perform for the public
ANNIE KIDS at the MVHS Auditorium!
WHO: Ages 6-14
WHEN: Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29
WHERE: Mt. Vernon HS Auditorium – 8112 N. 200 W. Fortville, IN 46040
TIMES: Monday-Thursday 9:30am -3:30pm
Friday 9:30am-2pm

Campers go home to rest, have dinner
6:30pm – Call Time
7pm – PERFORMANCE!
Early Bird Tuition: $199 per camper (paid on or before May 1)
General Tuition: $249 per camper (paid after May 1)
*Over 28 hours of instruction!
*Keepsake Student Script!
*ANNIE Camp T-Shirt!
Register Online: mvtheatre.weebly.com
Facebook: MV Theatre

*Once your camper is registered, you will be emailed more information concerning
optional auditions and further camp details!
*Registration Deadline: June 1. No refunds will be given for cancellations.
Policies
All photos and videos taken by MV Theatre shall remain the property of MV Theatre and may be
used in promotional materials.  MV Theatre is not liable for accident or injury during camp.
Questions? Contact MV Theatre Director, Lindsay Davis at lindsay.davis@mvcsc.k12.in.us
Mt Vernon High School – 8112 N. 200 W. Fortville, IN 46040

Camp Staff:

Lindsay Davis Director
A graduate of Taylor University (B.S. Speech/Theatre Ed.), Miss Davis teaches speech, theatre,
and English at Mt. Vernon High School in addition to directing the MV Theatre productions. She
has been teaching since 2005, directing and choreographing throughout. She has trained at
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London and also with the musical Wicked on Broadway.
Andrew Okerson Technical Director
Mr. Okerson’s work is seen on Film, Television, Radio, the Web and the Stage. Recent theatre
projects include Electrician, Next To Normal (Ball State Mainstage) Lighting Designer, The
Diary of Anne Frank (RWTC), Director, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Ten
West).

Parent & Camper Information

What to Wear: Comfortable clothes & closed-toe shoes for safety. No sandals!
What to Bring: Bag lunch M-F and a refillable water bottle
What Not To Bring: Cell phones/electronic devices.
If a child must bring a phone, we will hold it for them until the end of the day.
Drop Off/Pick Up: Enter through Door 7
Spirit Dress-Up Days (optional) – Please no masks or toy weapons
M – Disney Day
T – Pirate Day
W – Superhero Day
Th – Patriotic Day
F – Broadway Musical Day
*In order to reduce the amount of paper we are sending home, we will send all
reminders and updates to parents via email.

Annie Kids Auditions:

May 22-23, 3:45-6pm
Mt. Vernon High School, Room B222
Auditions are optional.  If you would like to have a speaking part or solo, you must
sign-up for an audition. Those who decide not to audition will still get to experience
all that camp has to offer – singing, dancing, acting – and perform in the
production.   At auditions, you will read from the script and sing.
Campers who are given speaking roles and solos are expected to arrive at camp
with lines and music memorized.
Sign up for a 15-minute audition slot here:
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c4ea4aa29abf94-auditions1

SINGING AUDITION
 Prepare 30-45 seconds of a song from the Disney or musical theatre genres.
 Upbeat songs are best so that we can see your personality range!
 You will be singing acapella.
 If you are interested in the role of “Annie”, be familiar with the song
“Tomorrow” in case we ask you to sing it in addition to your audition song.
SUGGESTED SONGS:
 A Spoonful of Sugar from Mary Poppins
 Gary, Indiana from The Music Man
 I Won't Grow Up from Peter Pan
 I've Got Not Strings from Pinocchio
 I’d Do Anything from Oliver
 Kids from Bye Bye Birdie
 Let's Go Fly a Kite from Mary Poppins
 Supercali… from Mary Poppins
AUDITION TIPS:
 Think BIG! We love seeing expression on your face and hearing energy in
your voice! So show us your largest smile, saddest frown, or angriest face,
depending on your character’s emotions in the scene.
 Smile! Be yourself. Have fun!