Camp Imagine will be 5 days of exploration and creativity for young individuals to imagine, create, play and build new friendships all while working with Catapult’s professional acting coaches.
This camps is for kids ages 5 to 6 (and mature 4 year olds), and will end with a special performance that will showcase each student’s talent and highlight the new skills they have explored during their time at camp!
Instructors: Julia Jones & Carrie Anne Hunt
Ages: 5-6 year olds (mature 4 year olds welcome)
Dates: July 23-27th | 9:30am-1pm
Investment: Early Bird: $299 | Regular: $349
Combine CAMP IMAGINE with ON-CAMERA EXPLORERS 12 WEEK CLASS and save $150!
INSTRUCTOR: JULIA JONES
Julia Jones is an Atlanta based actress – her degrees are in History and Theatre Arts from LaGrange College. After graduation, Julia moved to Atlanta and interned at Horizon Theatre – performing for a year under an acting apprenticeship. She performed with several theatre companies in the Atlanta metro area and then discovered the Village Theatre. Julia has been with the Village Theatre since January 2013 performing in a wide range of shows. She is completely in love with the art form of improv and cannot wait to share her knowledge with young, future improvisors!
INSTRUCTOR: CARRIE ANNE HUNT
Carrie Anne Hunt is an actress and filmmaker originally from Columbia, SC. She started her career on stage and her classical training has proved to be a strong foundation for her current work in television and film. In addition to acting, Carrie Anne is also the founder of Faerie Path Productions, where she is currently developing her own content for a fantasy adventure series. She also regularly works as a producer, writer, and director, helping other filmmakers to realize their creative visions.
As an acting coach, Carrie Anne is committed to helping each individual performer find their light and shine. Carrie Anne is best known for her work in The Beach House (Hallmark), Living the Dream (Sky 1 – UK), Magic Mike XXL (Warner Brothers), Sleepy Hollow (FOX), Edgar Allan Poe’s Mystery Theatre (PBS) and Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime).