The Wizard of OZ Virtual Production

The stage is virtual. The memories are real.

Don't let staying at home keep your budding young artists from exploring their creativity. This summer, Oklahoma Children's Theatre is bringing our signature summer musical theatre experience right into your living rooms with our brand new Virtual Summer Production Camp. Hosted by our longterm musical theatre experts Miss Kaitlin and Mr Josh, your children will collaborate with their other classmates, learn all about performance and visual art, and make lasting memories - all from home. We know that our virtual camps will engage and inspire.

The Wizard of OZ

Special full-length production camp!

Join our extraordinary musical theatre directors Miss Kaitlin and Mr. Josh for this exciting online Wizard of OZ masterclass. This special 2 1/2 week-long class will see budding young performers spend their days working alongside their classmates to learn, memorize, rehearse, and perform a unique digital rendition of the Wizard of OZ. Following all of the traditional in-person production aspects, from auditions right through to performance, this class will develop the characterization, performance, and vocal skills of all students through intensive workshops, activities, and rehearsals.

Camp Outcomes

  • To learn a Zoom adapted version of  Wizard of Oz with Mr. Josh and Miss Kaitlin.
  • To perform a Zoom adapted Wizard of Oz using pre-recorded and live components.
  • To greatly strengthen our Acting, Singing, and Movement skills as performers! 
  • To take weekly individual Voice Lessons and Monologue Coaching with Miss Kaitlin and Mr. Josh.

Dates: July 6th - 22nd
Times: Class runs Mon - Fri, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm daily.
Ages: 8 - 16 years old
Tuition price: $400. Financial Aid for this program is available. Apply online

How it works

This exciting online production class will be hosted online using Zoom. Prior to class parents will be provided with Zoom links and passwords to access the class on any Zoom compatible device, including tablets, smart phones, and any computers with webcam and microphone features.

About the day

Performers will start their day with group warm ups and acting games, before working closely with the class directors on the their final performance with a series of self directed, small group, and individual workshops. Each afternoon the class rejoins as a whole for daily rehearsals, music and voice coaching, educational lessons, and improv games.

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