Waldorf Theatre Camp
Spend a week exploring a unique combination of theatre, social-emotional learning, and mindfulness. Each morning campers will engage in drama games, singing, theater crafts, and mindful movement. Afternoons will be spent exploring our beautiful campus, participating in summer activities, and contributing to a group service project. Each week-long program will culminate with a showcase performance highlighting favorite moments from our week together.
Offering one session: August 3–7 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Waldorf Theatre Camp is open to children aged 7 to 12.
The cost of this program is $375/week. 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM with aftercare options available.
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Camp Cancellation Policy
If you choose to cancel your registration more than 2 weeks prior to camp start date you will receive a full refund (less the $4.95 processing fee). Any cancellation after that is non-refundable. Waldorf School at Moraine Farm reserves the right to cancel any camp due to insufficient enrollment, or mandates from the Beverly Board of Health. This would happen no later than one month prior to camp start date. Should this become necessary, all fees will be refunded.
About the Instructor, Branigan Reed
Branigan Reed has been involved in theatre since she was three years old. Not only has she been a performer in over 50 different productions, but she is also an experienced director, choreographer, makeup, and costume designer. Branigan majored in Theatre Education at Emerson College in Boston, and has taught creative drama and performing arts classes in various settings since 2008. Branigan founded and led a 6-week summer theatre camp for students in grades 5-8 from 2009-2012, before pursuing her graduate degree in Waldorf Foundations of Education. She taught weekly after school drama classes from 2009- 2016, then she joined the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm faculty as a class teacher where theatre and performance are deeply integrated into the waldorf pedagogy. Most recently, Branigan taught WSMF’s homeschool theatre program this winter.