High School Corps 2016 – Ellicott City

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Applications are being accepted now for CSC Corps in Ellicott City. Click here.
New! CSC camp and workshop programs in our Baltimore theater, too. Details here.

Join the CSC Corps at the PFI Historic Park, Ellicott City

What are you doing this summer?

CSC Corps members conceptualize, design and perform 90-minute versions of Shakespeare’s great plays.  They have opportunities to attend master classes with CSC teaching artists: acting, vocal skills, stage combat, and more. 

Gain valuable experience as you greet the public attending CSC’s professional performances in the ruins at the PFI Historic Park in Ellicott City.  CSC Corps members observe and support the making of our exciting festival-style outdoor productions, from behind the scenes and in front of the public. When it’s time to produce their own shows, they’ll be ready!

No auditions are required.  We are all about the fun of learning together. This is a non-competitive program where students explore Shakespeare’s words, make new friends, learn theatre skills, rehearse together, and then perform on our summer stage before family and friends. 

The CSC Corps is open to high school students (rising 9th graders through 12th graders).

KEY DATES: The application period is open now.

May 22, 2016  — CSC Corps Meet and Greet, 1-4pm, PFI Historic Park, Ellicott City
May 28 through July 17  — CSC Corps rehearsals, Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4pm
July 11, 12, 18, 19 (with rain date July 20) — CSC Corps performances at 7pm

Important:  To successfully mount a production, we make a commitment to each other to be present for rehearsals and performances. Everyone has a role and there are no understudies. Please confirm your summer schedule to avoid conflicts. Attendance on performance dates is mandatory; no scheduling conflicts will be permitted.

Apply today:  No audition is necessary. Click here for the application.

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PHOTOS:  The CSC Corps Summer 2015. Top photo: The cast of Julius Caesar.  Bottom photo:  CSC Corps members perform The Taming of the Shrew. 

QUESTIONS? 

Contact Ron Heneghan, CSC Director of Community Engagement, at heneghan@chesapeakeshakespeare.com