February & April Camps

Is your young person overflowing with creativity during those vacation weeks off of school? Why not bring them down to STAGES! In addition to our Mainstage offerings, STAGES holds week-long theater camps during school vacation weeks. Kids celebrate acting, story creation, music, production design and/or creative play, and share their work in a final presentation for family and friends!

Program details – are listed below, in age group order. Please read our FAQ’s, payment plan, discount, and refund/cancellation policies before registering!



February Vacation Camp
Dates: Monday through Friday, February 18-22, 2019
Time: 9:00AM-3:00PM
Family Presentation: February 22
Tuition: $225 **CYBER MONDAY RATE ($100.00!) AVAILABLE ON NOV 26-27**

Have you ever fantasized about being a costume designer? Explore, experiment and work together with other campers to create cohesive costume designs based on a Broadway play. Campers will design and make their own costumes culminating in a “fashion show presentation” on the final day of camp. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!

APRIL 2019

msm-image.jpgApril Vacation Camp (FULL DAY)
Dates: Monday through Friday, April 15-19, 2019
Time: 9:00AM-3:00PM
Family Presentation: April 19
Tuition: $225 **CYBER MONDAY RATE ($100.00!) AVAILABLE ON NOV 26-27**

A STAGES classic and one of our most popular programs! Write and star in your own Musical Theatre production based on YOUR own (real or fictional!) school experiences. Students will work together to write an original show, then choreograph and rehearse the scenes — with a final staged reading for family and friends at the end of the week. This “page to stage” camp is a great outlet for singers and dancers with big imaginations and creativity! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!

My School Musical 2017 campers rehearse their original musical, “The School of Arts Moon Day Dream”

“When you graduate from STAGES you wish you could do it all over again. STAGES helped me grow as a person and I truly miss it.”

DJ Nicholas, STAGES Alum

“Being involved in putting on a production teaches lifelong skills.  Those who are involved for longer periods of time, or in more productions; they learn to deal with adversity, appreciate diversity, collaborate and get exposed different personalities, understand the correlation of work ethic to results, learn to expect the unexpected, and generally have better coping skills as a result… Continue reading Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent

Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent