Ramah Drama Academy
About Ramah Drama Academy
Whether you are new to the stage or have been basking in the spotlight for years Ramah Drama Academy is the place for you! For Summer 2017, Camp Ramah in the Poconos is piloting Ramah Drama Academy, open to campers in current 3rd-6th, and 8th-10th grades. This week long drama intensive specialty track during our first session will give campers the opportunity to learn acting techniques and create original performances. They will focus on improvisation skills, vocal technique, and explore their comedic and dramatic sides. Ramah Drama Academy will culminate with final performances by our participants.
Campers that choose the Ramah Drama Academy track this summer (July 9th-15th), will spend two hours a day with their peers in a drama intensive track, while still enjoying all of the innovative programming camp has to offer.
For our pilot summer, there is no additional cost to participate in Ramah Drama Academy. Please contact Laura Finkelstein, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Program Leader: Ariel Warmflash (Gesher ’06)
Ariel is a New York-based theatre-maker, educator and activist. She has worked as a teaching artist in schools in NYC and DC as well as with The In[heir]itance Project, Creative Arts Team and GO Project in New York, and Smithsonian Discovery Theatre, Theater J, and Arena Stage in Washington, DC. Ariel has worked as a Jewish educator with Hebrew Helpers, Jewish Community Project and the DC JCC. She grew up attending Camp Ramah in the Poconos as a camper, before working as a bunk counselor and later at Ramah Day Camp in Philadelphia. She is a 2017 graduate of the MA in Applied Theatre Program at the CUNY School of Professional Studies. As a committed Jewish educator and theatre maker, Ariel is excited about being back at her summer home to work with a new group of Ramah artists!