Session: Summer 2019
Chapter:  Phoenix
Location:  North Bible Church
Time:  9:00am - 3:00pm
Day:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Starts:  07/08
Ages:  5-12
Tuition:  $275.00

Camp Description

Who doesn't love Heroes? At We Could Be Heroes, campers will use singing, dancing, and acting, to tell a story and explore character traits that make a hero. The camp week will be packed with games, crafts, acting, vocal, and dance rotations, culminating in a showcase at the end of the camp week for their families and friends. Campers will get to create their own super hero character for showcase, and participate in theme based games, crafts, and activities alongside their camp counselors to develop their character. With songs from Tarzan, Hercules, Big Hero 6 and more, campers will have the opportunity to work with talented local artists, and have a blast working on their performing arts skills. Come save the day with us at We Could Be Heroes!
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Dexter Tuten

Dexter Tuten is a CYT alumnus, having participated in CYT classes and shows while in High School, and has worked as Stage Manager for many CYT Phoenix main-stage productions. Dexter is now on staff at CYT Phoenix as Show Coordinator and Teacher.


Alexandra Biggs

Alexandra Biggs is a graduate of Grand Canyon University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Education. She is currently serving as the Artistic Director of Dance at Maricopa High School, and holds a state teaching certificate in her field. She has been dancing since the age of three, and throughout her training enjoyed multiple successes in the competitive realm. She has had the opportunity to study at the prestigious dance department at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, as well as spending two wonderful years at Grand Canyon University. She feels fortunate to have spent time with many teachers over the years that have made a lasting impact on her life, and looks forward to continuing the tradition of excellence in dance education she has received to all of her students in the future.


Emily Hendricks

Emily Hendricks is a senior at Grand Canyon University studying vocal performance. Emily has studied voice under Dr. Rachel Velarde, Dr. Sheila Corley, and Rachel Stoddard. At Grand Canyon University, she has had many performing opportunities including performing with GCU’s three vocal ensembles with the culmination of singing at Carnegie Hall in New York City. As an Arizona native, Emily loves basking in the warm sunshine, the smell of old books, and spending quality time with her family. No matter where life takes her, Emily looks to daily chase down new opportunities and adventures.

Camp Location:

15678 N. Greenway-Hayden Loop Scottsdale AZ 85260, Suite 101 , Scottsdale AZ, AZ 85260