“Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up”
– Pablo Picasso
SHOWCAMP is more than a non-profit, it is a family. And each summer we join forces with a group of enthusiastic kids, and alumni, to absorb the true beauty of artistic expression. We feel privileged at the opportunity to offer any child with the desire, regardless of financial capability, scholarships to partake in this performance experience…and have only been able to do so with the help and support of individuals and businesses within the community. Our desire is to teach, educate, and assist children in understanding the power of the Performing Arts, in their own lives. We hope to continue inspiring them to do good work in the world, sing their hearts out and dance like no one is watching! And while money is not why we do this, Support and charitable contributions allow us to continue doing so… which is why I have made this post. Please visit our website: www.showcamp.com or email me personally at: GRizzoBishop@Gmail.com for more information on sponsoring a child, making donations, or simply to find out more information on how you can support this inspiring program!
So, What is ShowCamp? ShowCamp is a nonprofit organization with a mission to enrich the cultural life of the community by providing arts education and performance opportunities for children. To achieve our goals we rely on the generous support of individuals and businesses. Program advertising is a great way to promote your business and also support kids in the arts! We invite you to join our 13th anniversary celebration with a fun-filled musical theater experience for the entire family.
The “sun’ll come out” in this fun-filled story as a human colony from the dark ages of the 23rd century attempt to recreate an ancient musical classic, and in the process, rediscover the relevance of the performing arts in their lives. Performances will be presented at The Colony Theatre in Burbank on Thursday, July 19 at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm and on Friday, July 20 at 7:00 pm. Matinee tickets are $10 and evening show tickets are $15. Special discounted rates of $7 matinee tickets and $12 evening tickets are available for groups of 20 or more.
In celebration of the 13th anniversary season, ShowCamp is proud to present a cast of extremely talented young performers ranging in age from 5 years to adult. Each summer, the ShowCamp community joins forces to offer performing arts classes as well as a production opportunity. The ShowCamp philosophy emphasizes the importance of creative expression through the arts. For the past 13 years, the ShowCamp scholarship program has provided this musical theatre experience to countless children with financial needs. To do this, the nonprofit organization known as ShowCamp depends on the support from the community. We are always grateful for donations, program ads, and group ticket sales because that is what keeps the music playing for many of our ShowCamp kids. For additional information, visit our website: www.showcamp.com.
SUPPORT THE ARTS!
Find out how you can support SHOWCAMP:
1. Place an Ad in our program: To achieve our goals we rely on the generous support of individuals and businesses. Program advertising is a great way to promote your business and also support kids in the arts:
2. Purchase tickets or take advantage of group rates to join us in celebrating the arts: Performances will be presented at The Colony Theatre in Burbank on Thursday, July 19 at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm and on Friday, July 20 at 7:00 pm. Matinee tickets are $10 and evening show tickets are $15. Special discounted rates of $7 matinee tickets and $12 evening tickets are available for groups of 20 or more. Tickets can be purchased at the door, on the night of the event, or weekdays at Burbank High School (near the drama room) between 12-4pm.
3. Visit our Website: www.Showcamp.com to make a donation or for more information, “Like” us on Facebook, and Spread the word!
13 Amazing Years in the Burbank Community:
“The thing about performance, even if it’s only an illusion, is that it is a celebration of the fact that we do contain within ourselves infinite possibilities.” – Daniel Day Lewis