3rd – 6th Grade Summer Camps

Summer Classes

Summer Stage  ·  PlayMakers  ·  Change It Up  ·  Skills Camps

Have a blast this summer, make new friends and learn all about theater in Studio East camps for 3rd through 6th graders. Want to rehearse a full production in two weeks? Choose a Summer Stage camp. Want to create your own script and bring it to life on stage? Choose a PlayMakers or Change It Up camp.  Want to learn about and improve theater skills like acting, improv, or tech theater?  Skills Camps the right choice for you.  Better yet, try them all!

Tuition Assistance is available for families in need. Please contact the main office before registering for additional information.

Grade refers to a student’s placement in Fall 2021.

View full camp descriptions, daily schedule, and skills developed in PlayMakers, Summer Stage, Change It Up, and Skills Camps HERE.

Extended Care until 5:30pm is available for select PlayMakers and Summer Stage camps for an additional fee. To register for Extended Care please answer YES to “Would you like to add Extended Care?” during the registration process.

Extended Care is available for the following PlayMakers Camps for an additional $95 per week:

  • August 2-6 Myths & Legends

Extended Care is available for the following Summer Stage camps for an additional $275 per camp:

  • July 12-23 Spamilton
  • August 9-20 Snow White and the Black Forest
GRADEPROGRAMCLASSDAYTIMEDATESDESCRIPTIONEXTENDED CARELOCATIONSINSTRUCTOR 
Gr 3-6Skills CampTech TheaterMon-Fri9:00am-3:00pm8/23-8/27Do you want to "tech" a show? Maybe even work up to being a Stage Manager? This is the perfect place to get training in the art of technical theater, from design plots to prompt books to spotlights, this week we’ll explore different aspects of tech theater.NOSEJulia GorordoJoin the waitlist
Gr 6-12Skills CampTech TheaterMon-Fri9:00am-3:00pm8/23-8/27Do you want to "tech" a show? Maybe even work up to being a Stage Manager? This is the perfect place to get training in the art of technical theater, from design plots to prompt books to spotlights, this week we’ll explore different aspects of tech theater.NOLCCErik EaglesonJoin the waitlist
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