What You'll Get
Acting classes teach students how to convincingly inhabit a character, a critical skill for aspiring film stars and identity thieves. Truly become Dr. Michael Waltien of Des Moines, Iowa, with this Groupon.
$125 for a One-Week Kids' Arts Summer Camp ($250 Value)
Choose from dance or drama camp or musical-theater or visual-arts camp, then choose from the following dates:
- June 10–14
- June 17–21
- June 24–28
- July 8–12
- July 15–19
- July 22–26
- July 29–August 2
During dance camps, students explore techniques such as ballet, jazz, and hip-hop dance, creative movement, and character work, and participate in dance-related games. In drama camps, instructors help them hone skills in voice and speech, movement, improvisation, and monologue work.
Musical-theater camps focus on theater games and character work as well as skills in dance, solo vocals, and ensemble vocals. Visual-arts camps depart from the performance format with workshops in ceramics, leatherworking, jewelry-making, and painting.
Atlantic Arts Academy suggests that parents preregister for classes by Friday, May 17.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 2, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required by 5/17. Dance/musical theater/visual arts valid for ages 7-15; drama valid for ages 8-15. Must sign waiver. New students only or those who have not taken a class in the past year. Classes must be used by the same student. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Atlantic Arts Academy
Four dance studios. A 200-seat, stadium-style proscenium theater. One 1,000-square foot stage. More than 10,000 square feet of air-conditioned space. The instructors at Atlantic Arts Academy ensure students have ample room to comfortably explore their creative potential in a range of performing- and visual-arts classes. They coach students in the basics of ballet, modern, and hip-hop dance on floating cushioned floors or in the principles of solo and ensemble singing in a private vocal studio. On the stage, acting classes push visitors to explore creative movement, improvisation, scene study, and the idea that all the world's just a figment of Shakespeare's imagination.