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UTexas-Austin Law Summer Programs

American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive

www.utexas.edu/cofa/theatre/abt.html
The University of Texas at Austin became the newest site for American Ballet Theatre's Summer Intensive program in 2001.  The summer intensive program is a four-week session, taught by faculty from American Ballet Theatre and The University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance.  It will be held July 9-August 4, 2006 and is geared toward intermediate/advanced dancers age 12-18.

The ABT Summer Intensive curriculum will include both high level technique classes and lecture courses on subjects critical to the development of a well-rounded dancer.  Classes include ballet technique, pointe, pas de deux, variations, men's class, modern, jazz, character, choreography, meet the artist, pilates, dance history, acting, music, nutrition, stage production, and weight training for men.

Auditions are held in January and February during ABT's national audition tour.  Please see ABT website http://www.abt.org/ for audition dates and locations. 
Program Cost: $3000 for 4-week intensive

Contact: gholstonc@mail.utexas.edu
Phone: 512-232-5301

Deadline: 01/07/06

US Performing Arts Acting for the Camera Camp

www.utexas.edu/cofa/theatre/usperfartscamps.html
June 18-23, 2006

Theater - High school students ages 15-18 only.

The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to inaugurate its 2006 Acting for the Camera Camp.  Acting for the Camera offers specialized training with working professionals in film and television.  Study techniques for learning how to capitalize on your special strengths as an actor, and build skills in movement, voice and script development.  Small, personalized sessions will be captured on video and analyzed by faculty and peers.  For those interested in commercial work as well as a future on the big screen, this camp offers essential how-to information and experiences.  Austin, now on the creative cutting edge in all the performing arts, is an ideal setting for summer study; the work of UT graduates in acting, design, dance and playwriting is seen worldwide.  Come join us for a fun week of intensive immersion in the worlds of theatre, Austin, and the University of Texas. 
Program Cost: $1150 for one week; includes room and board

Contact: gholstonc@mail.utexas.edu
Phone: 512-232-5301

Deadline: 05/01/06

US Performing Arts Theater Camp

www.utexas.edu/cofa/theatre/usperfartscamps.html
June 25-July 1, 2006

Theater - Grades 9-12

The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to host the 2006 Performing Arts Theater Camp, an exciting program for young actors who want to study, work and learn in a professional theatre environment.  Classes in acting, movement, voice and related topics will be taught by faculty from the Department of Theatre and Dance and the Department of Radio, Television and Film, an internationally-recognized collective of professional performers and scholars.  Austin, now on the creative cutting edge in all the performing arts, is an ideal setting for summer study; the work of UT graduates in acting, design, dance and playwriting is seen worldwide.  Come join us for a fun week of intensive immersion in the worlds of theatre, Austin, and the University of Texas. 
Program Cost: $1100 for one week; room & board included

Contact: gholstonc@mail.utexas.edu
Phone: 512-232-5301

Deadline: 05/02/06

US Performing Arts Improvisational Theater Camp

www.utexas.edu/cofa/theatre/usperfartscamps.html
June 18-23, 2006

Theater - High school students grades 9-12.

The University of Texas at Austin, the flagship state university in Texas, is proud to inaugurate its 2006 Improvisational Theater Camp.  Be a part of something bigger than yourself.  For the young actor who longs to be a member of an improvisational troupe…this is for you!  A one week Improvisational Theater intensive.  During the week you will be given the structure to use your body, voice and imagination to create long form improvisational pieces.  You and your fellow actors will create an ensemble that will culminate in a performance on the final day.  You will learn “trust and support” and work on various exercises using your voice and body to create linear and non-linear improvisational pieces.  You will learn to create unscripted scenes where the comedy (or drama) comes out of the situation.  You will learn how to feel comfortable on stage without a script.  Most of all, you will have a week of fun and exploration with your fellow actors in the world of the improvisation ensemble…a must for all actors.  Austin, now on the creative cutting edge in all the performing arts, is an ideal setting for summer study; the work of UT graduates in acting, design, dance and playwriting is seen worldwide.  Come join us for a fun week of intensive immersion in the worlds of theatre, Austin, and the University of Texas. 
Program Cost: $1100 for one week; room & board included

Contact: gholstonc@mail.utexas.edu
Phone: 512-232-5301

Deadline: 05/01/06

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