Pacific Northwest Theater is proud to announce our line-up of shows for the summer camps for 2022. Register online now to hold your space:
All camps are scheduled to begin on Monday June 27, 2022. Performances are scheduled as follows:
Annie KIDS - Performances July 15 & 16, 2022
Matilda Jr. - Performances July 22 & 23, 2022
Big Fish - Performances July 29 & 30, 2022
The performances for the 2021 summer camps are upon us! We are proud and excited. In case you missed a printed copy, here are PDF versions of the Programs available for download:
James and the Giant Peach, Jr.
Cover Pages Inside Pages
The Drowsy Chaperone
Pacific Northwest Theater (PNT) is holding in-person theater camp with two shows this Summer 2021, taking all necessary and appropriate safety measures for the health of your kids and families. Registration online is NOW OPEN. It is first-come, first-served, and numbers are limited so please click the Events & Programs link to sign up!
Here are the details so far:
Location: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1601 North Street SE, Olympia, WA 98501
We are SO excited to hold camp again this Summer! We will follow best practices and requirements for health protocols for summer camps and theater productions. We hope that you will feel comfortable sharing your kids with us this Summer. See you soon!
With Fall upon us, time to get your limited edition PNT Hoodie, now available for purchase online at the Shop. PNT Theater is excited to make these hoodies available as a fund raiser for the nonprofit association.
Through guided lessons, students will learn the process of writing, directing, acting, and cinematography. Using the tools they have available to them (cell phones, video cameras, etc.), students will film stories of their own creation, with some help from us (and maybe you). Students are encouraged to use family, friends, or others within their "safe" bubble as actors and extras within their projects. They will learn the fun of creating, writing, filming, and bringing their film to life. Once filmed, they will send the movie to us for editing, and once edited, we will return it for sharing. We will also watch the created movies as a group (via online) for a chance to talk about them, encourage each other, and learn from the experience using positive feedback.
We understand that times are hard and people are busy. This class is held every Monday at 4:30 pm. Each session lasts between 30-40 min. If we have enough demand we will offer a second class on Wednesday also at 4:30pm.
Cost- We charge $10 per student per class, each week. We want this to be an affordable and accessible experience in these strange times.
How to sign up?-This class will be offered over zoom. If you are interested, we will need an email to send the invite too. Send us a message via our Facebook page with the details of your interest and which email works best.
The first class was Monday, Sept 21th at 4:30 pm and we are still accepting new entrants.
Questions- We understand that every child is one of a kind and that this class could create unique challenges. If you have any questions, concerns, or thoughts, we would love to hear them! We are always looking for ways to improve and grow. Please feel free to message us anytime.
Dear Pacific Northwest Theater Families,
In these difficult times, we hope that this communication finds you in good health and good spirits. It is time to make the difficult decision about our summer programs and with a heavy heart we have decided to cancel all Pacific Northwest Theater summer programs. This has been hard for us to accept, but we believe that it is the right thing to do for our community and our families. We do not see any way to maintain social distancing protocols and create a live show in front of an audience. The limitations on groups, the challenge of finding a space to hold the camp and the uncertainty of protocols make planning for a successful summer program impossible. The health and safety of your kids and our staff is of utmost importance to us and with an overabundance of caution we have decided not to hold camps this summer. We are grateful for your support and your previous willingness to include us in your summer plans.
In this unprecedented situation, we ask that you either please email to let us know what you'd like for us to do with your previously paid deposit(s) or complete this brief Google Form (https://forms.gle/DQnbRfp1y72m3q9q6). If you have already paid a deposit to hold your spot for the summer program, we need your input on what you would like to do with that. Here are the options:
A) Donation - You choose to convert your deposit(s) into a tax deductible donation to Pacific Northwest Theater. Any donors will receive a receipt for their tax-deductible donation. Since Tuesday, May 5 is Giving Tuesday a global generosity movement that helps communities support the not-for-profit organizations like Pacific Northwest Theater, this can be an ideal way to support a local cause that you believe in.
B) Refund - You want a refund of your deposit(s) in full. We understand that many families are feeling an economic pinch during this time. If you would like a full refund let us know and we'll have that out to you within 6 to 8 weeks.
C) Partial or Additional Donation - if you are able and willing, as we are in such a tenuous financial situation, an additional contribution will greatly help our non-profit remain viable for future camps. If you'd like a partial deposit refund, with the remainder converting into a donation, please specify the dollar amounts for each. Please follow this link to our Donation Page for any additional donations. Contributions in any amount are welcome and deeply appreciated.
Please let us know your choice before June 20th.
We are working to design a summer program for next year that will be fun and engaging for young people of all ages. We do not know what those shows will be at this time, but we are looking forward to a time when we can engage in the joys of live theater again with your child/children.
With the cancellation of all of our programs, Pacific Northwest Theater needs your help to remain viable and ready to serve your kids in the future.
Thank you for supporting the mission of Pacific Northwest Theater and sharing so many happy memories with us. We will be sending updates and opportunities as they are available.
With sincere gratitude and appreciation,
The Pacific Northwest Theater Board of Directors:
Pacific Northwest Theater (PNT) is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization. Mailing Address: 837 Lawson St. SE, Olympia, WA, 98513