Camp Sight & Sound 2019 🗓

Camp Sight & Sound Director – Alan Crummette

June 24 – June 28, 2019

1 week – ½ Day Camp……………..$95

Afternoon Session ~ Grades 8-12 (1:00pm – 4:00pm)

Camp Sight and Sound provides a great opportunity for those who prefer to work behind the scenes on a theatrical production. Campers will have an opportunity to work side-by-side with experienced professionals for an innovative hands-on approach to sound and lighting design. Beginning with the basics of technical theatre production, campers will gain a working knowledge of light and soundboard operating, cue calling and gain the skills to participate as a member of our stage crew. Utilizing their newly acquired skills, Campers will complete the week by designing and creating an audio/visual program for a performance by Camp Encore in our Cooke-Haley Theater. This camp is perfect for those interested in technical theatre and backstage work!


Registration for camp is completed in 2 steps:

  1. Pay for camp by following the correct link below,  mailing a check with your completed registration packet, or visiting the Box Office (Hours: T – F ; 12:00pm – 4:00pm)
  2. Fill out and return the 2019 Registration Packet by June 21, 2019.

REGISTER HERE FOR GRADES 8 – 12 (Afternoon Session)

The Louisa Arts Center offers a limited amount of scholarships for Summer Camp participants. Please contact our Box Office directly to receive additional information at (540) 967 – 5200.

Camp Sight & Sound is made possible by our generous sponsors the William A. Cooke Foundation and Rappahannock Electric Cooperative.

* The Louisa Arts Center recently received funds from The Power of Change to purchase art supplies, snacks, t-shirts, and advertising for our 2019 Summer Camps. The Power of Change receives its funding from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) members who volunteer to have their electric bill rounded up to the next highest whole dollar. If REC provides your power, we ask you to consider supporting The Power of Change to help other organizations and charitable causes. 

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