Summer Drama Day Camp fun in July

Tehachapi Community Theatre Spotlight


July 6, 2019

Tehachapi Community Theatre (TCT) will hold its annual Drama Day Camp in July.

“Campers” will have a whole lot of fun while learning the basics of acting for the theater. They will learn theater games that are not only fun but help build confidence in performing. They will also learn about stage direction, blocking, diaphragmatic breathing, auditioning, monologues, skits, theater etiquette and much more! The week-long camp will end with actors performing a skit and monologues for family and friends.

There will be one session held Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 12. Camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at TCT’s Second Space located at 431 W. J St. (next to the Spirited Bead store).

Campers must be between the ages of 8 and 18. Camp fee is $125. There are two options for payment. You may pay online at or download a registration form and mail it to 431 W. J St. with a check made out to TCT. 

Campers must bring a water bottle and a snack and wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes, no flip-flops please.

Instructor Monica Nadon has a degree in Theatre Arts from CSU Fresno and has studied film acting and improvisation in Hollywood. She has acted in numerous plays for TCT, as well as having directed many TCT shows including, “Princess K.I.M.,” “Little Women,” “Oliver!,” “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “The Princess and the Pea” and “King Midas.”

For more information, please call Monica Nadon at (661) 886-4821.


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