The Cultch's Summer Camp
· Voice work
· Scene study
· Creative Composition
· Site Specific Theatre
The Only Animal
The Only Animal’s mission is to revitalize the role of theatre in society. It exists to create new works of theatre that are original, poetic, visceral and far-reaching. Our plays range from intimate journeys for small audiences to large-scale outdoor spectacles. We increasingly mentor and teach our collaborative, physical, and design-based approaches. 2005’s Other Freds featured the work of 35 professional artists and 125 community members in a musical-clown-boat-bicycle extravaganza about the possibilities of parallel worlds, staged on and around False Creek. Our signature play-in-a-pool The One That Got Away (created with Electric Company Theatre) premiered in 2000 in Vancouver, was remounted in 2007, and toured to the Magnetic North Theatre Festival in Ottawa. NiX, Canada’s first theatre of snow and ice was featured in the 2010 Cultural Olympiad at Lost Lake, Whistler. You and the moon, an intimate and perspective-shifting work for one audience member at a time, was presented by The Cultch in their Micro-Theatre Series. The Only Animal is only human, we strive to make theatre in a way that is sustainable, joyful, treads lightly on the earth, and works with respect in all levels of collaboration
Early bird deadline extended! Save $100 if registered by June 30.
Tuition fee: $600 including all taxes and service charges.
The Cultch is making a small number of bursaries available to Summer Camp participants that demonstrate a need for support. If you are interested in obtaining a bursary please email our Youth Program Intern Anna Kallage at email@example.com with the following information:
Why do you want to attend this year’s Summer Camp and what do you hope to get out of the experience?
In most cases, The Cultch is only able to offer partial support towards the Summer Camp’s tuition fee. Please indicate if you are able to contribute a portion of the fee and what that amount would be.
Online: Click here to register online.
Download and mail/fax in the registration form:
Mail: Attn: Robert Leveroos
Youth Program Manager
1895 Venables Street
Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6
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