The theatre camp for all students!

Endstation Theatre Company believes in the transformative experience of theatre for youth and supports the self-expression of young people.

In 2017, Endstation launched the Embark! Youth Theatre Conservatory. This program focuses on teaching the 3C’s: Confidence, Creativity, and Communication. The Conservatory gives rising 3rd through graduating 12th graders the opportunity to hone their skills under the direction of theatre professionals from around the region and nation.

Students of similar age and/or experience will be grouped into three different levels which rotate between six unique classes.

FULL & PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE
CONTACT US BELOW TO APPLY!


Schedule

  • 8:00 – 9:00 Student Drop Off

  • 9:00 – 12:00 Classes

  • 12:10 – 12:50 Lunch

  • 12:55 - 3:35 Classes

  • 3:40 – 4:00 End of Day

The camp will conclude with a showcase event on Friday, July 19th.

July 8 - 19 , 2019

2019 TUITION

Early Bird  (before May 1) 
$250 + $100 deposit

Regular
$275 + $100 deposit



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Martha Reddick

Program Director

Martha Reddick earned a masters in Secondary Education from the University of Tennessee. While there, she was a member of the advanced ensemble and appeared in various professional productions at the Clarence Brown Theatre. She is currently a teaching artist in Chicago, balancing her time between education and acting. She is a company member of the St. Sebastian Players and a producer of a Harry Potter themed improv show.


Master Teachers

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Ezra Colón

Ezra Colón is thrilled to be returning to Lynchburg, Virginia to teach! Ezra taught with Wildcat Theatre Conservatory on the Randolph College campus from 2012-2015. Ezra is a teaching artist, director, and actor based in Omaha, NE. Last fall, he founded and co-taught the Kids Theatre Studio in Corrales, New Mexico, prior to moving to Nebraska. Ezra was a company member with Duke City Repertory Theatre in Albuquerque, NM for five years. In that time, he adapted and directed The Jungle Book for young audiences; other directing credits include The Drunken City and The Telling Project for Duke City Rep, as well as FROSTY and The Frog Prince for the Barter Players in Abingdon, VA. As an actor, some of his favorite roles include The Call of the Wild (Buck), Death and the Maiden (Gerardo), Julius Caesar (Mark Antony), The 39 Steps (Clown 1), These Shining Lives (Tom Donahue), Oedipus the King (Oedipus), The Full Monty (Dave Bukatinsky), Frankenstein (Dr. Victor Frankenstein), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Lefou), and Hamlet (Hamlet), Macbeth (Seyton), Taming of the Shrew (Grumio), King Lear (The Fool). He has a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance from Columbus State University.

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Jessica De La Rosa

Jessica De La Rosa is an actor and Teaching Artist based in Louisville, KY.  Jess spent her recent years in New York City developing her own studio practice in Shakespearean text and performance. She has over 15 years of experience in education, teaching subjects in theatre from ages in early childhood education to professional actors. After receiving her MFA from the University of Tennessee, Jess focused her career on devising theatre and ensemble development, where she delights in creating new works inspired by classical texts. Recently, she served as an Artist Educator for Kentucky Shakespeare where she taught everything from Text Analysis to Renaissance Dance. 


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