Browse Summer Camps

Please select a category below to view our selection of summer camps and their description.
You can view by either date or type of camp.  When you have identified a camp or camps you would like to register for, click the register now button located at the top or bottom of each page.

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What do the different categories mean?

Performance Camps

These camps are typically geared towards more advanced students ages 7 & up, who already have had exposure to performing and being in a show.  They are a great way to hone your skills and get a valuable experience performing on our stage in a fully realized production!

Production Camps

These camps are typically geared towards students ages 7 & up, who are interested in being in a play.  These camps focus heavily on acting techniques and styles.  Students will learn what it means to create a character, and all activities throughout the week will focus on the themes and script of that specific show.  At the end of the week, the campers will have an opportunity to perform their show for an invited audience of family and friends! 

Junior Musical Production Camps

These camps are typically geared towards students ages 5-8, who are interested in being in a mini-musical.  These camps focus on basic acting and singing skills, and are a great way to introduce younger performers to the rehearsal and performance process.  Students will learn what it means to create a character, and all activities throughout the week will focus on the themes and script of that specific show.  At the end of the week, the campers will have an opportunity to perform their show for an invited audience of family and friends! 

Musical Production Camps

These camps are typically geared towards students ages 7 & up, who are interested in being in a musical.  These camps focus heavily on acting and singing techniques and styles.  Students will learn what it means to create a character, and all activities throughout the week will focus on the themes and script of that specific show.  At the end of the week, the campers will have an opportunity to perform their show for an invited audience of family and friends! 

Activity / Theme Camps

These camps vary by age.  Each camp focuses around a specific theme, and all activities are based on that theme.  Students will create crafts, compete in friendly competitions, and just generally have fun with some of their most beloved stories, plays, and movies!  Titles include Frozen, Harry Potter, American Girl DollDiary of A Wimpy Kid and many more!  These camps do not have a performance, but end with a bang all on their own!