This summer, Imagine That! Productions is offering drama camps for kids and teens.

Drama camps for kids and teens

Imagine That! Productions is hosting drama camps in Langley throughout the summer for acting students

This summer, Imagine That! Productions is offering drama camps for kids and teens who are interested in having fun while being creative in a structured group environment.

Theatre, acting and drama training increase poise, confidence, articulation and team collaboration.

The week-long programs are great for those who wish to perform in a play production, and also compliment kids who are already involved in other performance activities such as dance, cheer, music, public speaking and sports.

The remaining camps run:

— Aug. 8 to 12 at 20178  96 Ave. (for ages 10 to 14);

— Aug. 15 to 19  at 20178  96 Ave. (for ages 8 to 11);

— Aug. 22 to 26 at The Venue, 5708 Glover Rd. (for ages 12 to 16).

All camps are on from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and are $195 per week.

Registration details are available online at www.imaginethatplace.com.

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