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Magical Make and Move
Are your little ones bored at home? Could you use a camp that can be done without supervision, on your own schedule? Sign up for Roseneath Theatre’s newest camp, Magical Make and Move, an arts and exercise camp for kids aged 5-7! This camp includes a prerecorded exercise and yoga video, two virtual arts and crafts sessions, and a materials kit. Magical Make and Move runs on July 27th and 29th from 10am-12pm so sign up now on our website!
A professional magician is here to reveal a few of his tricks! Find out what’s up our sleeves at MAGICIAN CAMP! Campers will learn a few tricks of the trade of their own as they explore sleight of hand magic.
Making a Scene
Scene Study for Teens, this program is for youth ages 13+ who miss drama classes! We have a professional playwright ready to walk campers through a new play made for performance on online video chat.
The Plot Thickens
Beyond a dark and stormy night, this writing camp will challenge storytellers to take their plot ideas even further. Participants will be supported in creating their own original stories and explore different ways to perform and share these on a digital platform.
You've heard all about D&D from your friends or maybe saw someone play it on TV. Not sure where to start or how to play? This program is for first time players or players who need a refresher on the basics. Our DM will help with character creation, improv skills, and building a back story as well as learning the rules of gameplay and how to stay engaged with the story even if you aren't sure what your character should be doing.
Girls & NonBinary D&D Gameplay
We are finally able to offer a space just for girls and gender non conforming kids to play. A female DM will take our adventuring party on an epic fantasy quest like any other, but with the safety and confidence that comes with an inclusive and positive space! Additional sessions will be added if demand is high!
Dungeon Master Camp
Dungeons and Dragons cannot happen without a Dungeon Master (or DM). The DM builds the world, sets the mood, acts out every character and monster, and has the knowledge to back it up and improvise around what their players throw at them. They are like the referee, narrator, and the god of the universe. Our comprehensive program has kids levelling up their home game so that they can DM for their friends so that even more people can play!
This is a Youth Leadership course, and DMs who complete the program can volunteer with Roseneath Theatre to DM for other tables and put those hours towards community service!
Campy Drag Camp
Calling all royalty, our CAMPY DRAG CAMP is back to slay the summer with a fun exploration of performance, lip synching and drop dead gorgeous looks. A combination of performance, music, dance, personality and make up for all gender expressions.
Deaf Eyes in ASL Improv
Deaf Eyes in ASL Improv Workshops are for d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing Black youth aged 13-18. This 4 week workshop will take actors through theory, improv games and skits, and generally provide a place for d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing actors to practice their craft with experienced actors as their guides. Courage and Ebony bring a wealth of experience, talent, and activism to their artistic practice - to find out more please go to their facebook page AccessAntiRacism
D&D Long Campaign
Hello there Fellow Adventurers!
Running weekly until Sept 2, 2021 from 4 - 7 PM Roseneath Theatre will be offering long term Dungeons and Dragons Adventures.
DM Breticus will be running Ghosts of Saltmarsh
This Adventure collects seven D&D adventures, each famous for their unique challenges, for their deadly threats, and for embracing the danger and wonder of the high seas. Some of these adventures initially charted their courses in the earliest days of D&D’s history. While others set sail in more recent years. In each case, these tales of plunder and peril have been updated for the current edition of the game revealing salty shores for brave crews to explore anew!
Get ready for an hour of improv fun that focuses on building social skills! These improv sessions are geared towards kids on the autism spectrum with modified games of all kinds!
Dungeons & Dragons
Adventure awaits! Supervised Dungeons & Dragons will keep your kid engaged 3 hours a day with problem solving, math, and team work. Dungeons & Dragons provides a unique opportunity to adventure with friends without leaving the comfort of your home. All skill levels welcome from level 1 first-time players to level 20 dragon slayers! Saturday AM, Saturday PM and Sunday PM sessions are now available!