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During Stage & Screen Week, AYS campers learned all about what it’s like to be in front of and behind the camera, and what it takes to make it to the stage.
Hinkle Creek visited WISH TV, learning what life is like in the world of broadcast journalism. Students had the chance to stand in front of the green screen and play meteorologist, and sit behind the desk to show off their anchor skills.
AYS campers at Center For Inquiry 84 went “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” with Classical Music Indy.
For three days that week, kids learned about beat counting, how some composers use different instruments and techniques to sound like different animals, and more!
After learning a thing or two about musical notes, the kids wrote their own pieces, and Classical Music Indy performed them at the end of the week.
Other camps, like Spring Mill and Allisonville, went to an Indiana Fever game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse – because for some, the court is a stage.
Other camps did activities like prop design, charades and commercial making. Some even relaxed and took a couple notes from movies like “Monsters, Inc.”
Most camps capped off Stage & Screen week with a talent show.