WORKSHOP 2017

Shiprock & Anchordog Get Energized

 

2017 is a Big Year for Shiprock & Anchordog!

1 CAMP IN JULY/AUGUST 2017 

We're doing our 7th annual workshop this summer, at The Hilltown Charter School in EasthamptonJuly 31st to August 13th. Our students in the workshop will create a rock-musical production about Shiprock & Anchordog and their adventures with sustainable energy. The focus will be on theater and the visual/musical arts that can support a theatrical production.

Kids will work on aspects of the production that they feel most excited about, whether that's crafting characters for the play, working on a dance routine, making up songs, or something different. It will be up to the kids what the story and show will look like. We will bring a skeleton of a show and the kids will flesh it out. The performances will showcase what the kids have worked on in the two weeks of the program. 

The program will culminate in two shows on the weekend of August 12th & 13th at 2pm each day. 

The camp will run Monday through Friday, 9:00am-2:00pm with some aftercare available. Payment is on a sliding scale: $350-$500 for the whole two-week camp, based on what you feel you can afford. We can sometimes offer financial aid as well, if families request it.

Age limit is 5 and up, though we have had confident four-year-olds participate happily. Middle and high school students can apply to be CITs and attend camp free.

Please use our contact form and write to us to sign up or learn more about programs.

  

The Blue Barn at Stone Soup Farm, where several Shiprock musicals were staged.

The Blue Barn at Stone Soup Farm, where several Shiprock musicals were staged.

Inside the Blue Barn

Inside the Blue Barn

A flyer from our first rock musical in 2011, which featured an ensemble cast of local kids.   

A flyer from our first rock musical in 2011, which featured an ensemble cast of local kids. 

 

 The fields of Stone Soup Farm, where we held Shiprock Camp for three years.

 The fields of Stone Soup Farm, where we held Shiprock Camp for three years.