Performing Arts Deals in San Jose
You're organized but certainly no stage mother. Your child, however, is a stage kid through and through -- and with today's deal from Allegro Performing Arts, you can give him or her an opportunity to perfect that performing ability with your choice of summer camp for $90 (regularly $180). From July 31 to August 3, kids ages 9 and up can enjoy the Musical Theater Conservatory camp. Camp meets from noon to 3 p.m. each day and little show-stoppers will receive vocal training while working on acting and dancing skills, creating props, and putting on a show the last day. If your kid's full of cheer, try the Cheer and Dance Team Conservatory for ages 12 and up, which runs from July 30 to August 2 from noon to 3 p.m. If your spirited star is set on making the cheer or dance team next year, this camp will help through practice of stunting, hip-hop dance moves, acrobatics, dance combos, and cheers. If you've got a tinier twirler, opt for the Princess Conservatory for ages 3 to 6 from July 24 to 27 from 9:30 to noon. Little princesses will read stories, play dress-up, incorporate props into dancing, create a royal-themed art project, and put on a royal performance the last day. You don't need to be a stage mother to get a round of applause -- just put camp at this Winchester Boulvevard studio on your calendar. Want more? Check out Allegro Performing Arts on Facebook.
Nothing on earth is more adorable than your child on stage. Give him or her the chance to shine as a ballerina, a hip-hop dancer, or a Broadway belter with their choice of performing arts camps from Allegro Performing Arts. Your child can start as early as age 3 and grow with this renowned dance conservatory. $165 ($330 value) for five-day children's princess dance camp for ages 3-5, July 8‐12 $165 ($330 value) for five-day children's hip hop dance camp for ages 6 and up, July 8‐12 $220 ($440 value) for five-day children's musical theatre camp for ages 7 and up, July 22‐26 Princess camp also incorporates stories, dress-up, and age-appropriate art projects for these tiny dancers Each camp concludes with a show for friends and family (Bring extra batteries for the video camera!)