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 SCHOOL VACATION WEEK CAMP
“THE GREATEST CAMP ON EARTH!”
Dates: February 17-21, 2020
Step right up! The circus is coming to town. Jump into the ring through juggling, clowning, singing, dancing, costuming, puppet-making, and more. Whether you’re new to the stage or the greatest showman around, you’ll love learning new skills and acting out one-of-a-kind circus stories. The last day of camp will include a costumed presentation for friends and family. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!
APRIL 2020 SCHOOL VACATION CAMP
“MY SCHOOL MUSICAL”
Dates: April 20-24, 2020
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. This “page to stage” camp is a great outlet for singers and dancers with big imaginations and creativity! 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. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE!
Details about 2021 February and April vacation camps will be posted in Fall 2020!
“STAGES brings together people who may not have met otherwise and allows kids to develop the skills to make friends in a setting outside of school. Without theater, some of my dearest friends would be strangers to me.”
“Theater/STAGES was a critical part of my children’s development. Educators talk of the importance of sports and ‘teamwork.’ My non-athletic kids learned that through theater. They both appreciate the importance of expression through the arts….they are better people for it!”