Museum & Box Office Hours
Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm (Dec-May)
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm (Jun-Nov)
Visitors can find us, tour our galleries and studios, and visit the rooftop at 533 Eaton Street.
A super-fun week-long theater workshop where kids get to build a play and perform it at the end of the week. Mornings begin with games that teach students articulation, listening, projection and team building. Afternoons we will work on the performance using our creativity. We will build sets, costumes, and learn about blocking, public speaking and performance. Most importantly, the class is designed for the students to have fun, build self-confidence and get creative.
Nancy 3. Hoffman is a classically trained pianist and works nationally as a music theater director. Nancy 3. Is a founding member of The Casco Bay Tummlers Klezmer Band playing Eastern European Jewish folk music for over 30 years. She brings her love of this music to spice up the mix at Fiddle Camp. She leads The Maine Squeeze accordion ensemble, playing international folk music. Her solo work includes international cabaret and her one-woman rendition of Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta The Mikado. She is also director and curator of the world’s only Umbrella Cover Museum. Nancy 3. lives on Peaks Island and migrates to Key West for the winter. Her middle name is really 3.
Caroline Taylor’s passion is bringing the art of theater to kids and teens. Caroline worked with kids most recently co-directing the Red Barn production of How to Eat Like a Child, and has worked at Williams Hall teaching theater classes to teens. She is currently directing an Improv class for adults at TSKW and was just in the last Fringe Theater production of 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche. Caroline has long been an advocate in utilizing Theater Arts as a way of building self-confidence, communication skills and inspiring a way to discover self expression. She is thrilled to offer the ActOut Spring Break Camp again this year.
sponsored by Key West Fine Wines