Do you have a child that wants to be an actor, or wants to see what it's like to be on stage? There is a great program for kids to check out this summer at the Silvermoon Children's Theatre in Texarkana. 

Silvermoon Children's Theatre is offering a wonderful program where kids will have the opportunity to put together a show as a team, plus they will be able to learn and practice their acting skills to see if they catch the acting bug.

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There are a few different options for a Drama Camp for kids ages 7-16. Camp is every day Monday through Thursday from 10 AM to 3 PM and on Friday from 10 AM - until performances are over in the evening about 8 PM. Kids need to bring a lunch.

Cost is $225 which includes a t-shirt and 6 passes for parents and friends to see the performance on Friday night.

Schedule of Productions

The Claw: A New Children’s Musical June 27 - July 1

Under the Sea - A Pirate Adventure July 11 - 15

The Claw: A New Children’s Musical July 25 - 29

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Production Camp for ages 12-18 Mamma Mia!

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This Production Camp is two weeks and is for older kids that have performed on the main stage camp or are recommended by a drama teacher. July 25 - August 6

Camp times are Monday - Thursday, July 25-July 28 from 4 PM to- 7 PM  and the next week  Monday - Friday, August 1 - August 5 from 1 PM - 5 PM. The performances will be on Friday, August 5 and Saturday, August 6. Cost for this camp is  $325. It includes a t-shirt and 4 comp tickets to see the show. Extra tickets will cost $10 each.

you can find out more information at Silvermoon Children's Theatre

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