A two-week musical theatre camp for rising 7th-9th graders
Join us at this year's Fame Camp, where you will spend two weeks learning how to act, sing, dance, and create technical theatre elements on the Hanford High stage!
Hanford High School
Fame Camp is held in the auditorium and surrounding classrooms at Hanford High School. You'll be acting in the black box theatre, dancing on the main stage, singing in the music room, and learning about technical theatre in the drama classroom.
Drop-off will happen at the south entrance to Hanford High.
July 17-28, 2023 | 12:45-5:00 p.m.
Drop-off is at 12:45 p.m. each afternoon, when you'll meet up with your fellow campers, stash any personal items, and get ready for a great day of theatre.
Pick-up is promptly at 5:00 each day, until we get to our final day of camp. On our last day, we'll put on a showcase in the Hanford auditorium for friends and family. We can't wait to show you what we've learned!
What do I bring?
(besides a smile)
Clothes & shoes you can groove in
A water bottle (we'll have a custom sticker for you when you get here!)
A snack (no nuts, please!)
Enthusiasm and a can-do attitude
$350 ($325 if paid in one sum)
Your Fame Camp registration includes 40+ hours of instruction, a t-shirt, a custom water bottle sticker, and a showcase performance for friends and family on the Hanford stage!
We have some scholarship monies available to assist those with financial need. If you wish to apply for a scholarship, there are two steps:
Fill out the scholarship form linked above.
Fill out the Fame Camp Registration Form below and pay a $50 deposit to reserve your spot.
Mr. Leggett has been teaching drama for 30 years and has directed dozens of shows at Hanford High School. He loves working with middle school students each summer to get them excited about the world of theatre.
Mrs. Brown has been the vocal director for Hanford Drama musicals since the mid-90s and her energy and enthusiasm are infectious. She brings out the best in every student.
Mr. Jones is the Hanford High School choir teacher and is also a rabid musical theatre enthusiast. He has not only directed three of the last four Hanford Drama musicals, but also vocal directed and conducted the pit orchestra on other HHS productions.
Ms. Flaten is our Hanford Drama Club advisor and is an alumna of the program. She loves making theatre and telling stories with young people and has directed nearly ten productions for Hanford Drama.
Kelsey is our Hanford Drama choreographer and another Hanford alumna. In addition to choreographing our musicals, she also teaches summer dance workshops for our students so that they can continually improve their skills.
Mrs. Dickey (another Hanford alumna) is the Fame Camp administrator and has taught drama classes at the high school since 2017. She loves helping middle schoolers make a connection with Hanford Drama each year.