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Summer Theatre Camps - 2024

We are offering three distinct summer camps this year. Working with Cindi Strobel, a frequent director and our returning Camp Director, we believe we have something that will work for campers of all ages (6-18 that is). 

The camps are geared toward the age and skills our campers will use during the weeklong camp. Check below for the camp that meets your needs and register today. Space is limited and we expect a great response!

Turning Literature into Theatre

Camp for ages 6-10** (July 15-19, 1-3pm) - $100
Final performance for parents on Friday 


Theatre, as any director will tell you, is all about telling stories. Newsies tells the story of the newspaper strike in 1899, Beauty and the Beast tells the story of the beloved Fairy Tale. So, what better place to look for children’s plays than in literature?


We will take a different children’s book each day and adapt it into a skit that the kids can perform. Camp will include theatre games and some craft activities; the kids will do a performance for the parents on Friday afternoon.

**This camp does not require reading ability


A Merry Little Melodrama

For ages 9-13 (July 29- Aug. 2, 1-4 PM) - $150
Final performance for parents on Friday 


We will learn all about melodrama, its history, its uses, stock characters, and where it is today. We will perform different melodrama skits each day and do a few favorites for the parents on Friday afternoon.


The Cryptid Survival Guide

Workshop for ages 13-18 (July 22-26,1-4PM) - $150
Final performance free to the public on Friday. 



Students will perform a hilarious One-Act Play by Don Zolidis. We will hold auditions, cast it, rehearse it, and perform it all in one week! As a part of the workshop, the students will be doing the set, props, and costuming for the show.

“You’re alone in the woods when you hear it approaching – the deadliest animal on Earth: a human being. How do you escape? Join a rollicking cast of bizarre creatures including the Wampahoofus, The Snallygaster, The Snarly Yow, Big foot and the local favorite: The Hodag, as they find methods to survive humanity. Narrators 1 and 2 will introduce you to each “monster”, one at a time as they try to navigate the scary world of the dreaded human.”


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