Ages 7 to 12

Camp Elings: Theater Camp

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7 to 12


$350 campers + $30 for materials


9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


8:45 to 9:00 a.m.
at Godric Grove, Elings Park

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3 to 3:15 p.m.
at Godric Grove, Elings Park

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Week 1: July 24 - July 28

Theater Camp

Camp Elings’ new Storybook Theater Camp promises a creative and fun week for budding thespians aged seven to 12. Campers learn and perform a play from Spotlight’s collection of works specifically designed for young performers, with plenty of roles for both boys and girls.

It’s a fun schedule of rehearsing, painting sets, creating costumes, playing games, making new friends, and performing live on stage. The week culminates with a 30-minute performance for family and friends at the Godric Grove amphitheater.

It’s a fantastic opportunity to boost self-esteem and practice teamwork in a creative environment.

Don’t miss out on our new summer camp!

Theater Camp Play Announced: “Snow White ‘Lite'”

The culmination of this summer’s Theater Camp is a production of “Snow White ‘Lite'”, held at the Godric Grove Amphitheater on Friday, July 28. Children of all ages will love to perform this tongue-in-cheek, witty adaptation of this classic Storybook favorite.

This show is so “lite” it only has five dwarves.  Since they don’t need help with cooking and cleaning, they hand Snow White a plunger and put her to work.  When the Queen, tries to finish Snow White off with a poisoned apple, the girl is saved by the quick response from Prince Heimlich.

For questions please call Linda at (805) 455-1430.

Meet Theater Camp Instructor Linda McComb

About Linda

Linda is an experienced and dedicated theater teacher who has been led highly sought-after summer camps in Santa Barbara since 2013. Her unique approach to teaching combines technical instruction with a focus on building social and emotional skills such as empathy, teamwork, and creative problem-solving.

“I believe that theater is an ideal platform for children to express themselves creatively and develop the skills they need to succeed in life.,” says Linda. “We work to ensure that each child has a fun and educational experience, and to helping every student reach their full potential.”

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