About the Venue
About the Paul G. Reitz Theater
"The exterior of the Paul G. Reitz Theater in DuBois tells the whole story. This unique theater, located in downtown DuBois at 36 E. Scribner Ave., looks like a church. No wonder. Built in 1887, the theater was a church for nearly all of its 133 years. It was one of the few structures that survived the fire of 1888, which destroyed most of the city. It was the home of the Cornerstone Baptist Church until 1992 when Cultural Resources Inc., an organization of civic-minded community leaders, purchased the structure with the intent of converting it into a theater..."
This event repeats every day until 06/25/2019
Students in grades 1 to 6 are eligible to attend the camp, which has a registration fee of $50 ($40 for additional siblings).
Students will attend 4 different arts-themed classes each day, including visual arts, dance, theater and music. The camp is administered by Rachel Duke, assisted by Joe Sensor, Amanda Braunns and Tom Hibbert
As stated by Joe Sensor, Board President of CRI, “We at CRI are very excited to offer enriching activities in the performing and visual arts to the children of the DuBois area. We hope that this camp is a part of our ever-expanding mission to serve and enrich cultural experiences for the residents of our region.”
To register for the STAR camp, or for more information on the Reitz Theater and CRI, visit www.reitztheater.com. If you have any questions please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 375-4CRI (4274). Cultural Resources, Inc. at the Reitz Theater PO Box 958 36 E. Scribner Avenue DuBois, PA 15801 814-375-4274