New Adaptive Theatre Program for Students and Adults
Introducing NTPA’s New Adaptive Theatre Program for Students and Adults who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
NTPA’s vision is to light the passion of the performing arts for our youth, and ensure all youth have the opportunity for the profound experience of taking the stage and having their voices heard.
Through our newest program, NTPA Deaf Theatre, we will continue to expand our mission by promoting equal access to theatre and the performing arts to Deaf and hard of hearing youth, while encouraging diversity, equity, education and social inclusiveness at NTPA.
Learn theatre skills with highly-qualified instructors
Join a community of performing arts fans
Perform on stage for friends and family
Join us for Summer Camp!
A Night at the Circus
Director: Kailey Rice
Rehearsals: June 27-July 1, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Performance: Friday, July 1, 7:30 pm
Location: Willow Bend Center of the Arts
This camp is designed for youth grades 1-8 who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
Students will learn the fundamentals of theatre and acting as they rehearse and perform a short production based on The Greatest Showman.
Under the direction of therapeutically minded staff, certified interpreters, and qualified volunteers, campers will create stories, develop characters, play theatre games, learn vocabulary, and put together a short theatrical production. The camp will end with a performance showcase for families to watch on the final day of camp.
This production will be fully inclusive with ASL and English interpretation provided.
Kailey Rice is a Goshen College graduate with a double major in Music (Vocal Performance Concentration) and American Sign Language Interpreting. She also has a minor in Musical Theater. When she isn’t teaching lessons, she loves to spend her time singing, cooking and baking, doing crafty things, relaxing with family and friends, and adventuring.