TIFT offers March Break ‘star’ camp

A National Theatre School of Canada grad is coming home to Barrie to teach a Talk is Free Theatre (TIFT) local youngsters who want “to be a star.”
TIFT is again offering its March Break theatre camp and has signed Barrie’s Brandon Crone to be the instructor.

Barrie's Brandon Crone will be the instructor for TIFT's March Break camp.

“Brandon was there at our very beginning as a high-school teenager, passionately developing into an artist,” says TIFT artistic producer Arkady Spivak. “He did three of our shows and participated in our signature youth mentorship program Small Talk before being selected as one of the eight people nationally to attend the National Theatre School in Montreal.
“It’s only fitting, therefore, that we bring him back for the camp, so he can inspire the second generation of TIFT’s young theatre enthusiasts.”
The camp is scheduled to run from Monday, March 14 to Friday, March 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at TIFT’s education centre, 230 Bayview Drive, Suite 19. The program calls for participants to produce a performance for friends and family. Lessons include instruction on theatre techniques, lighting, make-up, sets and costumes.
Cost of the program is $175. Contact TIFT for more information, or register in person at the education centre.

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