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Friday, 18 March 2022 00:56

YouTheatre Policies & Procedures

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Egyptian YouTheatre Summer 2022

Camp Information & Policies

Egyptian YouTheatre Summer Camps are held at the new

Egyptian Studios - 330 Main St. (basement)

(accessible from same side of street as Egyptian Theatre via breezeway between Swede Alley & Main St.)

 The safety and health of our students, families, and staff is our highest priority. Therefore, we reserve the right to change our policies as needed to match current CDC and ACA (American Camp Association) guidance.

Parent Responsibilities and Daily Checklist 

By registering my child in an Egyptian YouTheatre Summer Camp, I acknowledge it is my responsibility to adhere to the following:

1. Punctuality. I understand that arriving on time for drop-off & pick-up is imperative for the smooth running of camp. I will drop off and pick-up only at the designated area, and within the 10-minute drop-off & pick-up times. I understand YouTheatre staff is not responsible for my child if I drop off earlier than designated drop-off time and that Egyptian YouTheatre may bill me $1/minute for every minute a YT staff member needs to wait with my child to be picked-up past the 10-minute designated pick-up time. New safety protocols mean our entrances will be locked to the public. Latecomers will need to follow the instructions posted by the doors.

2. Preparation. I will make sure that I send my child to each day of camp: in clothing in adherence to the Dress Code policy laid out later in this document, having eaten breakfast, and with all required materials, including but not limited to: clean, labeled, re-fillable WATER BOTTLE, SNACK & LUNCH.

3. Illness. I agree to monitor my child’s health for the days prior to camp start date and each morning of camp. I will not drop my child(ren) off to camp if they exhibit any of the following symptoms: fever, shortness of breath, diarrhea, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting. If my child exhibits these symptoms during the camp day, I will pick my child up promptly when contacted by YouTheatre staff.  

Drop-off & Pick-up

4–7-year-olds: will occur in Swede Alley for our youngest campers. 

Ages 8 & up: will occur on the roof level of the China Bridge parking structure accessible from roundabout at Deer Valley Drive & Marsac Ave., unless otherwise specified. Older students (8 & up) can also enter the Egyptian Theatre Studios on their own if they take the bus or walk, making sure they check in with YT staff so we don’t have teachers waiting on the roof for students who are already here. 

If you are late dropping off and YT staff is no longer present at the drop-off area and your child is not old enough to get themselves inside on their own, you must park in China Bridge and walk them into the studios yourself. NEVER LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PARKED IN SWEDE ALLEY. Refer to policies in the PUNCTUALITY section above.

If dropping off students of two different age groups/drop-off locations, please drop your older student off in Swede Alley with the younger student. 

Dress Code

  • MASKS: At this time, masks are encouraged but not required in our classrooms. We anticipate this will be the case for Summer Camps as well. We do reserve the right to update our mask policy in regard to Covid-19 if the CDC guidance changes. If you wish for your child to always wear a mask (except for snack/lunch), please let us know so this info is included on our rosters AND make sure your child knows your family rule on this matter.
  • On the first day of camp students will receive one 2022 YouTheatre Summer Camp t-shirt and one t-shirt from a previous year, according to the t-shirt size indicated at time of registration. if signed up for multiple camps, they will not get a new shirt each week. They will be required to wear a YT Camp tee each day of camp and are very welcome to wear past years’ YT shirts.
  • Students are expected to wear clothing they can easily move in and close-toed shoes. NO FLIP FLOPS!
  • Some camps will require students to wear/bring “theatre blacks” on the last day of camp. This simply means solid black top, bottoms, and preferably shoes.

Lunch/Snack

Families are responsible for sending each camper with a lunch*, snack, and water bottle, all labeled with student name. We have filtered water bottle fill-up stations available. There are no refrigerators or microwaves for student lunches.

Lunch breaks will take place outside, weather permitting. 

*This year we are allowing TEEN students of certain camps to bring money and buy their lunch from Main St. businesses if they have parent permission. The only camps allowed this privilege will be: TEEN FILM CAMP June 20-24, TEEN INTENSIVE July 11-15, TEEN PRODUCTION July 25-Aug 4. This is a privilege that will be revoked if not handled responsibly. Students need to be able to purchase and consume their lunch within the 45 minute lunch time. YouTheatre staff is not responsible for students when they’ve left campus for lunch. 

Showcases

Camps that end in a showcase performance will be open to live audiences made up of camper family members. Seating will be extremely limited, and we will let you know in the welcome email that goes out the week before the camp starts how many seats each camper will be allowed to have. We also record each showcase, and once they’ve been edited links to the performance will be sent to the email used at registration to be shared with friends and family far and wide. Due to current Covid cases, we are requiring audiences to wear masks as we do not have room to distance in our Studios blackbox. 

Behavior Policy

The Egyptian YouTheatre runs on a three-strike behavior policy for students. Strike 1 is a verbal warning directly to the student. Strike 2 includes notifying the parent of the situation. Strike 3 will result in dismissal from the program.

Saturday, 01 May 2021 17:55

Contact YouTheatre

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Egyptian YouTheatre
Historic Park City, Utah

Hours: 9am- 4pm
Address: Egyptian Studios 330 Main Street | PO Box 3119, Park City, UT 84060
Phone: (435) 296-SING (7464)
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 
Friday, 06 March 2020 00:09

2021-2022 Board of Trustees

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Our Board of Trustees and Executive Board is responsible for the fiduciary and operational oversight of The Egyptian Theatre operations, YouTheatre youth classes, and the BlackBox Theater including all associated programs. Each board member has a three year commitment to participate in all board meetings, be a member of the Pharaoh Club, provide financial contributions, attend productions, promote programs, and be an advocate for The Egyptian Theatre. 

(Left to Right): Andrew Cohen & Morgan Lemaitre. 
First Winter Blast (Left to Right): Joel Shine, Ellen Hendrickson, Mitchel Burns, Randy Barton, Morgan Lemaitre, & Andrew Cohen.
 

EXECUTIVE BOARD:

Andrew Cohen – President

Certified Live Online Digital Producer at Dale Carnegie Training

Morgan Lemaitre – Vice President

Managing Director, Founder Partner at Park City Family Office

Kaylene Kotter – Treasurer

Controller at Red Ledges Land Developments

Gretchen Rubell - Secretary

Executive Health Business Development with Mayo Clinic

Mitchel Burns – Executive Board Member

Chief Operations Officer at Red Ledge Land Developments

 

MEMBERS AT LARGE:

Ellen Hendrickson – Trustee & Legal Board Advisor
Retired Attorney at Law

Lynn Fey – Trustee & Board Historian
Retired Chief Physical Therapist

Amanda Forbes - Trustee & Youth Theatre Advocate
Vice President of Fidelity National Title

Leslie Goldman – Trustee & Finance Committee
Co-Founder & Principal of the Artemis Fund 

Randy Sikora – Trustee
CEO of Twister Gymnastics/USA Competitions

Kathy Stepp – Trustee
Founder & Financial Planner of Stepp & Rothwell, Inc.

Peter Zaccagnino – Trustee & Strategic Planning Committee
CEO of High Performance Aircraft Group, Author

Joel Shine - Trustee & Social Media Committee
CEO of Woodside Homes

PAST PRESIDENT EMERITUS:

  • Morgan Lemaitre – Managing Director, Founder Partner with Park City Family Office
  • Andrew Cohen – Previous Executive Director with Park City Museum & Historical Society
  • Mitchel Burns -  Chief Operations Officer with Red Ledges Land Developments
  • Maura Robbins - Controller with Sea To Ski Property
  • Paul Tan – Financial Advisor with Park City Wealth Management

To escalate a matter to the Executive Board of Trustees, please email us with your full name, subject of discussion, and phone number at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will respond to your inquiry within 72 business hours.

BOARD MEETING DATES for 2021/2022:

  • Tuesday, September 7, 2021
  • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
  • Tuesday, January 11, 2022
  • Tuesday, March 8, 2022
  • Tuesday, May 10, 2022
  • Tuesday, July 12, 2022
  • Tuesday, September 13, 2022

All meetings are held at 7:15 p.m. in the Edwina Room at the Historic Egyptian Theatre and over Zoom Conference unless otherwise indicated.

Monday, 11 June 2018 17:43

SUMMER 2022 CAMP Info

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS- Summer Camp registration will open on our website March 18th!

SUMMER CAMPS 2022 ~ BEST of the LAST 10 YEARS!

CONNECT, PLAY, CREATE!, Bilingual (Spanish/English): ages 5 & up/entering K-12th
June 6-10 / 9am-3pm / $10 w/ coupon code
Led by Latinx artists and separated into groups by age, participants will explore the creative arts, including acting, movement, martial arts and storytelling, as well as collaborating on an original piece to perform at the end-of-week showcase on the Egyptian Studios stage!

FILM CAMP: ages 10-15/entering 5th-10th
June 6-10 / 9am-3pm / $325
From concept to creative, filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week campers will create a short film with phones, cameras, and all the elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced students alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

STAGE COMBAT: ages 13-18/entering 8th-12th
June 6-9 / 9am-3pm / $300
Campers will learn how to create exciting scenes of theatrical stage fights while keeping minds and bodies safe! This class will focus on unarmed and quarterstaff techniques. No blades or firearms will be used in this class. This class goes Mon-Thurs and does not end in a showcase.

THEATRE BUGS: ages 5-7/entering K-2nd
June 13-17 / 9am-1pm / $250 (after-care available Mon-Thur 1-3pm, $80)
Play your way through the essential elements of theatre arts with students rotating through drama, music & dance, and stage crafts. End-of-week showcase on the Egyptian Studios stage!

IMPROV PUPPETRY TROUPE: ages 8-14/entering 3rd-9th
June 13-17 / 9am-3pm / $300
Puppet Up! A summer hit- this showcase always has the audience in tears with the hilarity of it all. Craft, voice, and character-develop a unique puppet to perform in an ensemble end-of-week showcase on the Egyptian Studios stage.

RADIO DRAMA: ages 10-15/entering 5th-9th
June 13-17 / 9am-3pm / $300
Participants will explore all aspects of bringing a radio play to life- character and sound effects creation, voice acting and recording, editing, and dropping the final product. These campers will get the full creative audio experience streamed at the end-of-week showcase and made available to podcast listeners everywhere.

SILLY SHAKESPEARE: ages 8-14*/entering 3rd-9th
June 20-24 / 9am-3pm / $325
Just like being a part of a real theatre troupe- performers will be *split into groups by age* and have a hand in every part of the production! Learn your lines, create characters, rehearse, plus make props, costumes, and set pieces, and end the week with a performance on the Egyptian Studios stage.

MUSICAL SHAKES: ages 12 & up/entering 7th-12th
June 20-24 / 9am-3pm / $325
Learning lyrics and choreography to pop music chosen specifically on the themes of this week’s Shakespeare productions, campers will add an extra element of dramatic flair to the end-of-week Shakespeare showcase. Combining forces to help tell these stories not only through prose and verse, but also through song and dance.

TEEN FILM CAMP: ages 13 & up/entering 8th-12th
June 20-24 / 9am-3pm / $325
From concept to creative, filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week campers will create a short film with phones, cameras, and all the elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced students alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

STEAM TO STAGE, BUGS!: ages 4-7/entering Pre-K-2nd*
June 27-July 1 / 9am-1pm / $250
Each day of camp is a new adventure as we explore the world of creepy crawly creatures through creative play, imaginative story improv, dance and movement, and daily crafts! All leading to the end-of-week showcase on the Egyptian Studios stage.
*campers must already be 4 years old and completely potty trained and able to communicate their needs

FULL STEAM AHEAD, BUGS & INSECTS!: ages 8-12/entering 3rd-7th
June 27-July 1 / 9am-3pm / $300
STEM learning is more fun when Art is in the mix! Join our science and theatre specialists as we explore all things creepy and crawly through acting, voice, movement, improv, music, and science! Show off what you’ve learned at the end-of-the-week performance on the Egyptian Studios stage!

SPECIAL FX MAKE-UP: ages 13 & up/entering 8th-12th
June 28-30 / 12-4pm / $250
This three-day workshop will cover three basic areas of special effects and stage makeup: glamor, gore, and creature effects. Students will walk away with a basic knowledge of prosthetics and their application. From glamorous to ghastly we cover it! This camp does not end in a showcase.

HOW TO WORKSHOPS, AUDITION & SHAKESPEARE: ages 12 & up/entering 7th-12th
June 27-30 / $150/each OR $250/combined
HOW TO AUDITION, 9-11:30am
Students will learn how to put their best foot forward in any type of audition. From entering the room to clothing choices, writing resumes to approaching text, this workshop will cover it all!

HOW TO SHAKESPEARE, 12:30-3pm
Students will learn how best to approach and speak Shakespeare’s words.

PRE-TEEN INTENSIVE: ages 8-12/entering 3rd-7th
July 11-15 / 9am-3pm* / $300
Campers will choose three electives, each focused on a different discipline- working in an ensemble, working solo and with a partner, and stage crafts. *This camp ends at 12pm the final Friday and does not end in a showcase.

TEEN INTENSIVE: ages 13 & up/entering 8th-12th
July 11-15 / 9am-3pm* / $350
Intensive training in Acting, Movement, Voice, and Auditioning, taught by theatre professionals. Film vs Stage and Acting Technique, Stage Combat & Dance Technique, Dialects and Voice for Musical Theatre & Stage will all be covered, as will an Audition Masterclass and practical mock audition. *This camp ends at 12pm the final Friday and does not end in a showcase.

STORY TO STAGE: ages 5-7/entering K-2nd
July 18-22 / 9am-1pm / $250 (after-care available Mon-Thurs 1-3pm)
Jump into a book with us and watch it come to life! Play your way through the essential elements of theatre arts with students rotating through drama, music & dance, and stage crafts. End-of-week showcase on the Egyptian Studios stage!

STORY TO STAGE: ages 8-12/entering 3rd-7th
July 18-22 / 9am-3pm / $325
Young performers will have a hand in every piece of bringing a book to life onstage for their end-of-week showcase- learning lines, creating characters, rehearsing, plus making props, costumes, and set pieces.

MUSICAL THEATRE REVUE: ages 10 & up/entering 5th-12th
July 18-22 / 9am-3pm / $300
We pick songs from the wonderful world of musical theatre on our chosen theme and you spend the week rehearsing music and choreography to perform on the Egyptian Studios stage at the end-of-week showcase!

SPECIAL FX MAKE-UP: ages 13 & up/entering 8th-12th
June 19-21 / 12-4pm / $250
This three-day workshop will cover three basic areas of special effects and stage makeup: glamor, gore, and creature effects. Students will walk away with a basic knowledge of prosthetics and their application. From glamorous to ghastly we cover it! This camp does not end in a showcase.

FILM CAMP: ages 10-15/entering 5th-10th
July 25-29 / 9am-3pm / $325
From concept to creative, filmmaking has evolved to be possible in the palm of your hand. Each week campers will create a short film with phones, cameras, and all the elements of a modern film set. Beginners and experienced students alike are invited to work on a real film production, both in front of and behind the cameras.

FULL STEAM AHEAD w/ SWANER EcoCenter: ages 10-12/entering 5th-6th
July 25-29 / 9am-4pm / $300
STEM learning is more fun when Art is in the mix, so join our science and drama specialists for a unique combination of drama, dance, music, and science exploration!  This is a partner camp with Egyptian YouTheatre and Swaner.  Camp will be held at the Swaner EcoCenter, w/ the final two days pick-up at Egyptian. 

PRE-TEEN PRODUCTION: ages 8-12/entering 3rd-7th
July 25-29 & Aug 1-4* / 9am-3pm / $575
Campers choose between putting on a play or putting on a musical. Both groups will work hard in rehearsals to put on a big show at the end of the second week. Week One is Mon-Fri, Week Two is Mon-Thur.

TEEN PRODUCTION, A Midsummer Night’s Dream the 80’s Musical: ages 13 & up/entering 8th-12th
July 25-29 & Aug 1-4* / 9am-4pm / $575
Teen performers will immerse themselves in both Shakespeare and the best of 80’s pop music in this modernized production that has roles for everyone- actors, singers, and dancers. After working hard in rehearsal over two weeks, the cast will get to perform twice on our final day. *Week One is Mon-Fri, Week Two is Mon-Thur.

STAGE COMBAT: ages 13-18/entering 8th-12th
August 1-4 / 9am-3pm / $300
Campers will learn how to create exciting scenes of theatrical stage fights while keeping minds and bodies safe! This class will focus on unarmed and quarterstaff techniques. No blades or firearms will be used in this class. This class goes Mon-Thurs and does not end in a showcase.

 

Thursday, 10 August 2017 19:51

YouTheatre Studio

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Benefits of New Space:

  • A home for the YouTheatre Kids
  • Black Box Theatre
  • A home for Pharaoh Socials & Events
  • Sundance Rentals


FOUR WAYS TO GIVE

1. Our Capital Campaign: Save Our Space

Click to Donate Now
or call Randy Barton to arrange a tour: (435) 901-4119

 
2. Become a Pharaoh Club Member

Click to Learn More | Click to Join Now


3. Front Row Society Member (Businesses)

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4. Save Our Banksy

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Fundraising Plan:
Two joint non profits collaborating SOS (Save Our Stage Foundation) and PCP (Park City Performances). Real property and fixed assets shall be owned by SOS. All other improvements shall be owned by PCP.

All funds raised will first be used to acquire the space and secondly to make improvements.

Total Cost: $3.75 Million to purchase space and fully build out
Raised to date: $2.6 Million

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:11

About YouTheatre

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About YouTheatre

 

Enrollment & Scholarships
Class sizes are limited and space is available on a first-come first-paid basis. Full payment is required to secure your space.
Scholarship opportunities available - please contact Jamie at 435-296-7464 to enquire.

 

Cancellations
The Egyptian Theatre reserves the right to cancel a class if enrollment is insufficient. Any tuition paid would be refunded in full in such an event.

 

Once maximum class size is reached, registration will be closed and a waitlist started. Cancellations made 14-days prior to class start date will receive a full refund to the original payment method. Cancellations made with less than 14-days’ notice for classes with waitlists will receive a check refund by mail minus a $50 admin fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made on or after the class start date.

 

 

 

Our History
Since 1995 the Egyptian Theatre has enriched children's lives through their YouTheatre programs. YouTheatre has taught over a thousand aspiring actors who have gone onto study acting in college or pursue careers in the theatrical arts. Some former YouTheatre students have performed on Broadway-- their dream come true!

 

Our Mission
The Egyptian Theatre YouTheatre program is based on the premise that participating in an arts program is an important aspect in the growth of every child. From the teamwork of being part of a cast, the discipline required putting on a production, and the confidence gained performing before a live audience, our young actors are instilled with an appreciation for the performing arts that will carry them into adulthood.

Register today!
For more information call 435-296-7464 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:14

YouTheatre Summer Session

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EGYPTIAN YOUTHEATRE SUMMER CAMPS 2020

Schedule will be available here March 3rd 

Registration will open April 1

Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:18

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Wednesday, 29 April 2015 06:00

YouTheatre Space

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Tuesday, 04 November 2014 00:00

Contact Us

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Egyptian Theatre
Historic Park City, Utah

Hours: 9am- 6pm daily and/or 11am- 8:30pm on show days
Address: 328 Main Street | PO Box 3119, Park City, UT 84060
Phone:(855) 745-SHOW (7469)
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Paid Parking Only in Old Town!   Shuttle in -- we have a great free bus system.

If you are coming from Salt Lake consider parking by the Kimball Junction transit center and taking the Express Bus to Main Street. Additionally, there is usually parking at the resorts and high school with shuttles to Main Street. Click here for more information.

 

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