Drama has always been a popular activity at Rockbrook. Throughout the week, the drama activity periods involve improv situations, puppet shows, charades, and other games, but during each main session the campers and drama instructors also produce a full-blown play. Costumes, scenery, music, choreography, and of course characters presenting a story— it’s an elaborate production performed for the whole camp at the end of the session.
The camp play brings together so many different campers and staff members, all in a cooperative and noncompetitive spirit. It’s a wonderful example of our kids camp philosophy, a great opportunity to create something together, and for all of us to marvel at the results.
P.S. This photo is from last summer’s production of Alice in Wonderland.