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Musical Theater Summer Camps 2015
Performance Workshop opportunities for children of all ages and experience levels.
Ages 5-15
Week 1: Alice in Wonderland (June 1-7)
Week 2: Wizard of Oz (June 8-14)
Week 3: Peter Pan (June 15-21)
Week 4: Hansel & Gretel (June 22-28)
Week 5: Treasure Island (July 6-12)
Week 6: Aladdin (July 7-19)
Week 7: Sleepy Hollow (July 20-26)
Week 8: Marvelous Land of Oz (July 27- Aug 2)
Week 9: Snow White (Aug 3-9)

Summer Camp will be held at our main studio, located 404 Ludlow Avenue, 45220.

Tuition: 285.00 early bird (save 35.00) 250.00
This includes five full days (M-F 9-3) of exploration with our story, characters, theatre terms and direction, dance, song AND a whole lot of summer camp fun!
The following Saturday and Sunday will be two performance opportunities for our families and friends to see our completed production.

Next in the 2014-2015 season from Untethered Theater:

Three Days of Rain
May 7-23, 2015
Written by Richard Greenberg, directed by Leah Strasser
Three childhood friends reunite after a family tragedy only to discover a mystery inside a weathered journal. Walker, Nan and their childhood friend Pip meet for reading of their father’s will, where an unexpected bequeathment triggers a rift in their friendship. Richard Greenburg’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play takes patrons back in time to explore the motives behind decisions in the past and how they impact the present. The trio are the offspring of the most important architects of modern times. On a fateful day they find themselves with a newly discovered journal which takes them back to Greenwich Village in 1960. The journal opens a door for the children to sort out the mystery behind their lives, loves and losses. Featuring Untethered favorites Carter Bratton and MaryKate Moran, joined by Adam Jones.

The Players and Untethered complete almost all of the pre-production and production work in-house, keeping with the mission of high quality/low cost productions. Our sets and costumes are often built out of reclaimed materials, and we partner with the other businesses in our district to promote the health and viability of the Clifton community.  The space transforms with each production, drawing you into the setting of the current show, while still remaining a studio for learning available to all those wishing to continue or begin their craft. When you see a show at the Clifton Performance Theatre, you get a true storefront experience – an intimate, highly-charged, actor-driven theatrical production.

We greatly need and appreciate all those who have in the past or continue to financially support this space.
Every ticket sale, every donation, every class purchase, is a tool for keeping this unique theater available in Cincinnati. Thank you!