Campers will learn some of the ins and outs of musical theatre from choreography and vocal work to costuming and makeup. We will watch some of our favorite Disney musicals and the classics! Campers will have the opportunity to create their very own musical using the tools they learn during the week. They will learn how to audition, shake out those nerves, and put on an awesome performance for their parents and friends on Friday!
Dive into the world of Harry Potter, get sorted into the Hogwarts Americana School of Magic houses, find your wand, test your skills at potion making, casting spells and prepare for the TriWizard Tournament. Will you get past the Whomping Willow, win a Quidditch match or perhaps be the TriWizard Champions? Family and Friends will get to see all of the new skills learned throughout the week at Fridays Wizard Exhibition!
Step right up to The Greatest Show Theatre Camp, all inspired by the magical world of P.T. Barnum’s Circus. Dance, sing, swirl and spin! Everyone is onstage in the Greatest Show performance on the last day of camp with props and costumes made throughout the week!
Do you love game shows, have a knack for trivia, enjoy a good challenge and have a competitive spirit? If so, you're going to love this camp! Each day campers will explore various gameshows and develop performance skills while going for the win! At the end of the week, campers will have developed, designed and built their very own gameshow for parents, family and friends to compete in on Friday! Don't be shy, step right up and beat the odds!
Use the Force and join the Rebellion to help rid the galaxy from the clutches of the evil Empire! Come prepared to build your own lightsaber and practice dueling with your friends. Campers will also have daily activities and games where they will build droids, create their own galactic warrior name, and learn how to act out their very own scenes. Family and Friends will enjoy the epic conclusion on Friday.
If you have ever been curious about “Improv” this one-week summer camp is a chance to give it a try in a safe, fun, supportive setting. Improv is a great way to learn to take risks, have fun, to gain self-confidence, and participate with a team to create spontaneous comedy. You will be up on your feet, moving, responding, and working together to make improv magic! Campers will also be introduced to sketch comedy and develop their comedic writing skills. At the end of the camp, there will be a show for parents, family, and friends.
(FOR YOUTH ENTERING 6TH-12TH GRADES ONLY).
In this workshop, campers will learn the craft of developing and then building their own unique Escape Room! If you love puzzles, mysteries, games and big challenges, this camp is for you! Not only do escape rooms help develop problem solving skills, they also promote creativity as many puzzles and clues found in these games are not as straight forward as putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Players will often need to think creatively, think outside the box. On Friday family and friends will see if they can escape the room!
Are you ready for Broadway? Spend a week developing the skills needed to succeed. Singing, Choreography, Vocalization and Character Development are all necessary for that great audition that lands you on Broadway. Present a special musical for family and friends on Friday before that bus to NYC leaves!
ACT’s Summer On Stage Staff have been trained upon and will enforce a detailed “Staff Safety Protocol” approved by the ACT Board of Directors outlining their obligations and responsibilities. This Staff Safety Protocol includes the continuous wearing of masks, the maintenance of a “safe social distance” of six feet at all times, the vigilance for signs of potentially unhealthy students or staff members and appropriate response, the on-going cleaning and sanitizing of all facilities, the wiping down of commonly-touched facilities on a regular schedule and other protocols consistent with the CDC’s recommendations for personnel and facilities for these purposes. A detailed safety protocol for campers and for staff can be viewed by clicking the button below,
Camps and Workshops run from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.
YES! You can find more information HERE. Please fill out and submit form per the instructions if you meet the criteria.
Occasionally a camp will not make because not enough kids are enrolled. Camps can be refunded or you may select another camp to attend.
We love our interns! They have lots of responsibilities that help develop their leadership skills and prepare them to be a future Assistant Teacher at ACT. Some of their duties include helping the teachers, cleaning up during and after camp, mentoring campers and a whole lot more. If you are interested in being an intern, please contact the Education Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the link below to print out the photo and liability release forms to bring to the theatre. ALL CAMPERS MUST HAVE THIS IN PLACE ON THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP.
YES! Please provide lunch for your camper each day. Please be aware that some people have allergies to nuts and should not be around nut-based products (like Peanut Butter). You are also encouraged to send a healthy snack with them each day, too.
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