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Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman Theatre Camp Guide

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1000 Cape Moonshine Road
Piermont,NH 3779
(800) 657-8282

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Camp Type: Overnight
Session Length: 3 Weeks 4 Weeks 7 Weeks
Camp Focus: Traditional Camp Activities, Athletics, Arts, Adventure

Located in the scenic White Mountains of New Hampshire, our traditional coed overnight summer camp for kids has been an exciting and fun summer home for generations of campers.

We provide excellent instruction to help our campers improve in all of the physical skills at camp, while focusing on the care and attention necessary to develop their full potential as individuals and as members of the Camp Walt Whitman family.

The arts program at Camp Walt Whitman provides multiple outlets for our campers’ creative interests and talents. Professional artists and teachers lead regularly scheduled art classes in separate, well-equipped studios for ceramics, woodworking and crafts. Our Lego Loft and Technology Tent provide additional opportunities for creating. And for artistically inclined campers, daily and weekly elective periods provide even more time to complete projects and explore all of camp’s artistic options.

Campers can also look forward to being a part of a theatrical production led by an experienced theater director who helps kids develop their stage presence. Our Junior Campers all participate in some way, either by acting on stage, helping with set design, creating costumes, or working the lights, sound or curtain. By the 4th grade, participation becomes optional, but so many campers choose to keep performing that each age group presents its own play, and many participate in one of our two talent shows.

Productions take place in the Jancy and Bill Dorfman Center. Completed in 2016, it boasts a professional light and sound board, and as the only air-conditioned building in camp, it’s a wonderful place to be on warm nights!

Campers have multiple outlets to make music, too, either by specializing during elective times in a cappella groups, guitar lessons, or drum making, or by joining a camp band.

Syracuse Stage Announces Changes to the 2020/2021 Season
January 14, 2021

Syracuse Stage today announced adjustments to the schedule for the remainder of the 2020/2021 season. These adjustments include replacing previously announced shows with new titles and come in direct response to the evolving situation concerning the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Crossing Releases 'The Tower and The Garden' Feat. Works By Gregory Spears, Joel Puckett, And Toivo Tulev
January 12, 2021

On Friday, February 12, 2021, GRAMMY-winning choir The Crossing, led by Donald Nally, releases its 23rd commercial album, THE TOWER AND THE GARDEN on Navona Records.

The Cecilia Chorus Of New York Presents Their Music Director Mark Shapiro In Conversation With Composer Tom Cipullo
January 11, 2021

In the sixth episode of their free, online series You Heard Them First, Conversation, Music-Making, and More, The Cecilia Chorus of New York presents their Music Director Mark Shapiro in a Zoom conversation on January 25 at 7:30 PM with composer Tom Cipullo.

Servant Stage Presents THE CIVIL WAR in Concert
January 07, 2021

Servant Stage will bring a virtual production of the Broadway musical The Civil War to the community. This thrilling dramatic theatrical concert draws on letters, diaries, firsthand accounts, and the words of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Walt Whitman to put a human face on the greatest tragedy of American history.

Composer Sid Richardson Releases 'Borne by a Wind'
January 05, 2021

On Friday, February 12, 2021, Boston-born composer Sid Richardson releases Borne by a Wind on New Focus Recordings.

Composer Sid Richardson Releases 'Borne By A Wind'
January 05, 2021

On Friday, February 12, 2021, Boston-born composer Sid Richardson releases Borne by a Wind on New Focus Recordings.

I AND YOU Tentatively Scheduled for March 2021 at Boise Contemporary Theatre
December 23, 2020

Boise Contemporary Theatre plans to produce Lauren Gunderson's I and You in 2021. The production is currently tentatively scheduled for March. 

The Abbey Theatre in Partnership With Aware Presents ABBEY CALLING
December 09, 2020

This December, the Abbey Theatre will present Abbey Calling - a new initiative, bringing brilliant pieces of literature directly into the homes of those feeling isolated. A partnership with mental health charity, Aware, Abbey Calling sees 50 of Ireland's leading actors make up to 2,000 phone calls.

Nick Africano Heads to Nashville to Record New Album GOSSIP OF FLAMES
November 24, 2020

Poignant songwriters carry a brilliance of capturing heart piercing stories in real-time while reflecting deep-seated emotions and a lust for life that uplifts. Nick Africano's poetic storytelling bears unflinching intimacy and releases our imaginations to dream of love's abundance of emotions.

Playwright Lauren Gunderson Joins Live TampaREP Talkback
November 12, 2020

Following Tampa Repertory Theatre's (TampaREP's) live, virtual performance of Lauren Gunderson's play I and You on Sunday, November 22 at 3:00 P.M., Gunderson herself will join in a post-show talkback session along with the I and You cast, creatives, and a special Generation Z panel. Audience members will be able to join the Zoom talkback via a link on Broadway on Demand at the end of the live, streamed performance. 

Episcopal Actors Guild Presents BLACK VOICES
November 12, 2020

All those who enjoyed Small Plates: An Evening of Short Plays will want to return to EAG's Zoom on November 19 for this next collaboration curated by Omar M'Sai: Black Voices, a night of one-act readings featuring:

The Episcopal Actors' Guild Presents BLACK VOICES
November 12, 2020

All those who enjoyed Small Plates: An Evening of Short Plays will want to return to EAG's Zoom on November 19 for this next collaboration curated by Omar M'Sai: Black Voices, a night of one-act readings.

The Washington Chorus Opens 2020-2021 Virtual Season With CANTATA FOR A MORE HOPEFUL TOMORROW Short Film
November 11, 2020

Influenced by stories of hope and the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has had on the Black community, The Washington Chorus and Artistic Director Dr. Eugene Rogers commissioned composer Damien Geter and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Bob Berg to produce a short music film.

TampaREP Presents Virtual Production of I AND YOU
November 10, 2020

Tampa Repertory Theatre (TampaREP) will present a live, virtual production of award-winning playwright Lauren Gunderson's play I and You on Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. on the Broadway On Demand platform.

October 30, 2020

Acclaimed composer Lisa Bielawa has created Brickyard Broadcast, a spatialized work for hundreds of musicians that will have its world premiere in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment designed by the digital media teams at the NC State University Libraries.