Synch Into Creativity!
What is Playmaking?
Playmaking is a process of making theatre as an ensemble through creative play. Children explore improvisation, storytelling, puppetry, costumes and movement to bring a timeless folktale to life onstage.

The PFK Experience:
*skilled, passionate teachers
*nurturing, tech-free environment
*work and play with an ensemble of peers
*theatre and improvisation games that stimulate creative thinking
*developing self-confidence and self-awareness
*practicing teamwork & collaborative problem-solving

Participants should dress comfortably and bring a labeled water bottle.
Playmaking for Kids Summer Drama Camps for Ages 6-13
July 10th - 14th
Atlanta Montessori International School

Campers will learn all the different aspects of putting on a play, from scenery and costuming to creating characters and memorizing lines. Through drama games, improv and movement, campers will work as an ensemble to create their own play! This camp culminates in a performance on Friday, which family and friends are welcome to attend.

To register - please contact our AMIS partner - Rachel LeCroy, Summer Camp Director, at rachell@amischool.com or 404.325.6777
Registration
To register, contact Rachel LeCroy, Summer Camp Director, at rachell@amischool.com or 404-325-6777

$265/week; 8:30 AM-3:00 PM + Aftercare 3:00 PM-5:30 PM
Early Care: $30 a week, 7:30 AM-8:15 PM
Extended Care: $30 a week, 5:30 PM-6:00 PM
Learn more about bringing PFK to your school!
Playmaking for Kids is available as an eight- to ten-week after-school program for schools and community centers. Taught by the same experienced teachers as our camps, these new Synchronicity classes offer enrichment opportunities to elementary school students.

Major funding for this organization is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of FCAC.

Contact us for more information

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Thanks for your interst in Synchronicity!

To figure out the best match for our intern program, we need to know a little bit about you. Here’s how the process works:

Fill out the form below and email or mail to us. Please include a resume or list of experience, if you have one. (No worries if you don’t!)
We’ll call you to talk about some of the options for next season.
You’ll submit two references – either teachers, past directors, employers, etc.
We’ll see if there is a good match for you at Synchronicity as an intern!


Click here to download the General Internship Information form