Improvisation, character analysis, and various props and costumes are the tools we will use to create an original story from scratch. Students will form a concept on the first day of camp and play improvisation games to guide their creativity. Day two begins the process of writing the actual script using character analysis techniques. For the remainder of the week the students will finish the script and rehearse for the performance. There is no telling where this story will go until it gets there, be ready for anything! INSTRUCTOR MICHAEL PAGE graduated from Christopher Newport University with a Bachelor's degree in Theater, focusing on Musical Theater Performance, Directing, Dance/Choreography, and Lighting. He has been very active for the past 10 years in the Alexandria theater community, working with theaters such as; MVCCT, PCP, ACCT, and LTA. He has directed, choreographed, and fight choreographed children and adults alike. He has a passion for teaching the performing arts in a logical way, while inspiring creativity and individual expression.