Wednesday Night Shows are an opportunity for girls to creatively express themselves. They can be best described as talent variety shows that are held in the Lodge, where Campers, Leaders and Staff put on a performance.
Acts range from singing, dancing, performing the Camp Kiniya Rap and everything in between. Karate, flutes and guitar strumming duos have graced the stage of the Lodge. Some recite poetry and other girls pair up with their summer sisters and put on a short skit. Anything goes.
Wednesday Night Shows are a chance for girls to show off their talents, such as a new song they’ve been practicing in the Studio during free choice, or to goof off and have a fun, rememberable time with their friends.
Almost every single camper, between the Wednesday and Saturday Night Shows, will get the chance to stand under the lights at some point over the summer. And staff members often use the shows to step over onto their silly side as well.
The girls will also never get a better audience than the rest of camp watching. There is an outpour of love, laughs, cheers and screams when each girl starts and finishes their act, making each girl feel encouraged and supported.
By #23621 Elaine Ezerins