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Monday, June 22nd, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Friday, June 26th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Saturday, June 27th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Monday, June 29th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Monday, July 6th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Tuesday, July 7th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Friday, July 10th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Sunday, July 12th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Monday, July 13th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

  • Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch | All Day | Kids, Summer, Camps, Kids, Activities
    Summer Acting Camps at Castle McCulloch - Castle McCulloch will be opening its drawbridge to children 4-18 years of age with the addition of Summer Theatre Camps 2015 beginning June 22 through July 15 2015. These camps, directed by Bobby Bodford, will focus on the theater skills, production and confidence building for children who attend. During the first year we are expecting an attendance of 300 children split into individual camps of no more than 20. This will create a unique learning experience for the children of the Triad looking for an introduction into the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch has enlisted Bobby Bodford, a locally well-known director to head up the project. “We want to treat your child like royalty,” says Bodford. “We will offer a variety of play titles including Cinderella and Treasure Island. Across some amazing staging areas.” The Queen’s Chamber, the Great Hall Patio and the Hillside Terrace Amphitheater that overlooks the moat will provide incredible opportunities for staging productions.

    The national historic landmark, Castle McCulloch, is already known as one of the most popular venues for weddings, receptions, and corporate events in the state. “I found the site when I was only a kid and was fascinated by the history” said Richard Harris proprietor of the castle. “Over the last 32 years the castle has been home to more than 75 productions, involving hundreds of performances and literally thousands of performing artists, so the addition of the Summer Theatre Camps for the children is a natural.”

    For more information or to register, simply go to http://www.CastleMcCulloch.com. Space is limited in each camp to insure a quality theatrical experience for every camper. If you have any questions please call 336-374-6462 and speak to our camp director, Bobby.

    The Half-Day Camps are specially designed for the younger actors who may be experiencing theatre for the first time. The campers will play theatre games and learn to create characters while rehearsing a small presentation of a classic fairy tale, narrated by the teacher/director and acted out by the children with sets, props and costumes. On the last day of each camp the campers will perform for family, friends and the community.

    Each Full Day Two Week Camp, for ages 8-18, will be a complete production. Campers will be involved with all aspects of the production on stage as well as backstage. Campers will spend the day rehearsing and learning basic theatre skills including some stage combat training for the action scenes. Auditions will be held on the first day of camp and all campers will be cast in a role.

    Bobby has been working with children’s theatre around the triad since moving here from Los Angeles with his wife Nicole in 1992. He has been directing professionally for over 40 years. He recently established a very successful summer camp program in Winston- Salem for the Children’s Theatre and is really excited to bring in other theater professionals to assist with the camps and offer real life experience in the fine arts.

    Castle McCulloch is centrally located in Jamestown, N.C. The original gold mill opened in 1832 and the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The proceeds from the camps will go to the McCulloch Foundation an educational non-profit organization committed to the education of children in the history of North Carolina and the history of the Castle McCulloch Gold Mill.
    See you at summer camp in the Castle!


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bobby Bodford. Phone: 336.374.6462. bbodfordjr@yahoo.com

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