As we've grown over the last 30 years, so has our program options, with a range of options for every child. But don't let our size overwhelm you, below is a brief description of each of the different summer programs available.
To learn more about how our program works check out our FAQs or read through our Parent Handbook for in-depth information. Want to see what's available? Explore our Schedule to see the dates for each of our camps.
Our week-long camps are the biggest part of our program and run all summer long. Each week we present a range of exciting classes in a range of disciplines, including theatre, dance, magic, filmmaking, and much, much more. All of our week-long camps are separated by age not experience and our expert instructors tailor each class to the talents of their students. All of our summer day camps run Monday to Friday from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm each day, with optional After Care available from 4:15 pm - 6:00 pm. All of our camps conclude with a final viewing, with performing arts classes presenting their work in our Friday recital, and our arts and design classes presenting a viewing of their work. These performances are always free to attend.
Our Pre-School half-day programs are the perfect introduction to the performing arts for your 3-4-year-old child, where our youngest students get to wiggle and giggle through an engaging range of age-appropriate activities, games, and crafts while learning to work together as they make a mini-performance for their friends and families. Pre-School classes run Monday-Friday, from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm and finish with a final recital open to parents and families.
Our summer wouldn't be complete without the excitement of productions hitting the big stage. This summer we are bringing two great shows to life with our multi-week productions camps. These 3-week production camps are part of our regular season and include a demanding rehearsal period and public performance. These shows are perfect for young actors aged 8-16, who are looking for intensive production experience. These shows have in-depth rehearsal periods, and auditions are required.