BOSS Production Camp Descriptions

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Broadway on Second Street Production Camps - 9am-4pm (Ages 7-17):

A 2 week, theater intensive production camp that gives your performer the chance to participate in a full-length children's theater show from start to finish. Each day will be a full day of acting, blocking, dancing and singing in preparation for a final show open to the public on the 2nd Street Stage.

Full Day, 2 Weeks Only—$300 per session.

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Broadway on Second Street – 2 week Production Camp  (9am – 4pm)

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Each day will consist of character development, music direction, chorography, staging and more. There will be guest instructors in order to enhance the student’s knowledge of acting techniques. Teaming up with local theater professionals makes this is a unique opportunity for both seasoned actors and new-comers to learn from the very best. The final weekend production will be open to the public with performances on Friday and Saturday at 7pm.

Session 1: June 19 – June 30 (Ages 8-16)

Willy Wonka– Willy Wonka is the classic story by Roald Dahl about a young boy, Charlie, who dreams of finding the Golden Ticket in order to visit the infamous Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Join us on our journey with unforgetable characters, scrumdiddlyumptious tunes, and some little orange men! (Ages 8-16)

Shows Dates: Friday June 30 and Saturday July 1 at 7:00 pm

Session 2: July 10 – July 21 (Ages 7-15)

Peter Pan – Peter and Wendy is the story of a boy who never wants to grow up! Join the Darling children as they magically fly to Neverland and meet new friends but also will encounter some dangerous enemies. Our original musical will end with 2 public performances on July 21 and 22 at 7:00pm. (Ages 7-15)

Shows Dates: Friday July 21 and Saturday July 22 at 7:00 pm

Session 3: July 24 – August 4 (Ages 11-17)

TEEN ONLY EDITION – This session of BOSS camp is for our TEENS! The campers will have the choice of 3 straight plays that they will get to choose from on the first day of camp. With special guest instructors from local professionals this will be a truly unique oppurtunity for our older campers. Campers will not only be responsible for learning their lines but will also learn how to design a set, make props, build a costume plot, and all the funamental functions of putting on a full length play. Come ready to PLAY and LEARN! (Ages 11-17)

Shows Dates: Friday August 4 and Saturday August 5 at 7:00 pm

Schedule

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Our Management

The Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center is managed by the staff of the The Thalian Association, the Official Community Theater of North Carolina.

The Thalian Association is a non-profit, membership organization founded in 1788 to provide arts education and bring the excitement of the performing arts to Wilmington. The organization has its offices and holds auditions at the Community Arts Center.  The Center also hosts the Thalian Children's Theater classes and performances.


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Parking Information

 

   

Patrons of the HBHUSO/Community Arts Center can park in the surface lot conveniently located next to the building.


Parking Rates:

- Hourly: $1.25
- Daily: $7.00
- Monthly: $50.00

 

Paid parking is enforced 24/7 unless otherwise noted.  Visit the City of Wilmington's website for more information about downtown Wilmington parking.