Kids ages 8-17 will
have a chance to write, direct, improvise, and act with their peers in
their own play. Our weeklong program culminates in an original production
for our family and friends! We are hoping to have students join us for a
hybrid in person/virtual camp in 2021! As we hear guidance from the CDC,
we will update accordingly.
All classes will be
held at the Broadwater, home of the award-winning Sacred Fools
Theater Company, or at our local park with a possible virtual
component. Classes are taught by working actors who have performed on
Broadway and in Regional theaters around the country.
Week 1, Mon-Fri, July 12-16: Senior
Fools workshops in improvisation, writing an original play, and directing.
Week 2, Mon-Fri, July 19-23 & Sun, July
25: Junior Fools join in the workshops, and both groups stage an
to find out how
we’re adhering to safe and socially distant practices during our summer
Libby Baker fell in love with
theatre when she began performing in productions as a child. She
studied acting, directing, and set design at Moorhead State
University in Moorhead, Minnesota. She Co-Directed the DlinSpin
Summer Drama Camp for Kids in Denver, Colorado, and co-authored
their original productions. Libby's career spans regional theatres
across the country, as well as commercials, TV and film. She can
most recently be seen in Up All Night, Modern Family, and
Jon Benjamin Has A Van. Libby also teaches science and gardening
classes to kids of all ages, all over Los Angeles.
Kosloski began performing in grade school in community theater
productions and in classes just like this one! She has a degree in Voice
and Musical Theatre from Northwestern University, and has been seen on
Broadway in Les Miserables and in large and small regional theaters
all over the country. She is also an accomplished commercial and
television actress, having guest starred in many shows including Drake
and Josh, ER, Southland and Cold Case. She has been teaching
kids of all ages for 12 years in the Los Angeles area!
Ruth Silveira taught theater
games to the middle school group at KYCC (Koreatown Youth and
Community Center) for several years as part of the outreach program
of Laughter 4 a Change. She is a member of Sacred Fools Theater
Company, where she has acted, directed, written, and costumed.
Marianne Davis Rago has been a professional actor
since the age of 10, acting in theater, movies and television.
Currently working on her degree in education, she has always
partnered her love of theater with her love of teaching. Marianne is
a lead teaching artist at the Summer Camp, and a teaching artist in
Sacred Fools' in-school programs throughout the year.
This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a
state agency. Learn more at
9am-12:30pm, July 12-16 (Seniors)
9am-12:30pm, July 19-23 (Jr & Sr)