Tyler, TX (KETK) — The City of Tyler’s Liberty Hall is starting registration for their first children's summer camp established through a partnership with APEX Entertainment.
Felicity Enas and Hannah Morris, APEX Entertainment directors, will offer a special opportunity for children ages 8-14 to participate in theater camp from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 17-21 at Liberty Hall.
Each day, children will have the opportunity to learn acting technique with a special focus on movement of the body and musicality. Students will work with monologues or scenes with a showcase at the end of the camp on June 22 at 2:30 p.m.
Campers will be taught “Really Rosie,” a children’s musical written by Maurice Sendak, who is best known for his children’s books, including "Where the Wild Things Are.” The music for “Really Rosie” is written by Carole King.
The musical is about Rosie, the self-proclaimed sassiest kid on the block, who entertains everyone by directing and starring in an Oscar-winning movie based on the exciting, dramatic, funny (and slightly exaggerated) story of her life. Her friends begin fighting and a thunderstorm forces the kids inside.
Liberty Hall is pleased to collaborate with local partners to bring the best in live entertainment to its stage. APEX provides both training of actors for film and the stage and produces cutting-edge plays not available elsewhere in the city.
The summer camp costs $250 per camper and there are only 25 spots available. To register, or for more information about APEX Entertainment go to www.apextheatre20.com  or call (903) 740-5387.