2020 Summer Theatre Camps

Summer Camps

SUMMER CAMPS 2020!

 All Camp Materials (t-shirt or summer camp swag, snacks, class materials) are covered in the camp tuition. 

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

PLEASE NOTE: 

While we are looking forward to providing on-site educational programming for our community this summer, as we continue to monitor the novel COVID-19 activity, restrictions set into place by the state of Pennsylvania, and guidelines set forth by the state and the CDC we will alter, delay or cancel any program that does not fall in line with the guidelines or may pose an unsafe situation for our community. We are proud to offer stellar community based educational and enriching opportunities and entertainment to our community, but we can only continue our legacy of putting community first if we stay true to it. Your health and safety is paramount to us and we will always respond accordingly. If we are unable to continue with our on-site summer educational programming you will be notified immediately and we will provide virtual programming that you may use your credit towards. Thank you for understanding. If you have any questions please contact the Educational Coordinator, Brianne Tupper at [email protected] 

Open House

Camp grades are determined by the grade students will be ENTERING in Fall 2020.

 

Grades K-1

If You Give A Kid A Script (1 week)

Instructor: Wendy Durant
Week 6: August 17-21,
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Cost: $175

Based on the works of beloved children's author, Laura Numeroff, this one week drama camp for K-1 explores the world of theatre arts through popular books such as If You Give A Mouse a Cookie and If You Give A Cat A Cupcake.  Campers will act, create and play their way through the week with these silly and lesson filled stories.  The week will conclude with a reader’s theatre style presentation of four of the stories for friends and family.
Final Presentations: Week 6: Friday, August 21 at 4:00pm

Register For "If You Give a Kid a Script" Week 6 Here

 

Grades 2-3

Magical Musicals (1 week) SOLD OUT!!

Instructor: Sarah Pulver & Brianne Tupper
Week 3: July 27-31,
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: $175

Join us for a week of magical music, creative thinking, hands on prop making and of course a sense of wonder!  Students will spend part of their camp learning songs from beloved musicals with a magical theme and the other half building props and playing games that compliment the music.  If your student loves to sing and build this is the camp for them!
Final Performance: Friday, July 31 at 11:30am

Register For "Magical Musicals" Here


Pirates! A musical adventure (1 week)
Instructor: Sarah Pulver
Week 4: August 3-7,
1:30 - 4:30 PM
Cost: $175

Ahoy, me hearties!  Join us for this adventure across the seas as we sing, dance, and revel in the fun that is being a pirate.  Ye and your mates will learn music, and moves from Pirates! The Musical while you practice your buccaneer skills and form camaraderie with the group.  The week will conclude with an abridged version of this rousing musical for family and friends.    
Final Performance: Friday, July 7 at 4:00pm

Register For "Pirates!" Here

 

There’s a Wocket in my Pocket, A Dr Seuss Drama Camp! (1 week)
Instructor: Wendy Durant
Week 6: August 17-21, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: $175

Oh, how many theatre lessons can be done with such silly books filled with so much fun!  Join us for this lively and creative drama intensive for 2-3 grade students. Campers will use the works of Dr. Seuss to practice their acting skills and dig deep into how even silly books can help you explore the range of emotions necessary to put on a good show.  The camp will conclude with a presentation for family and friends.
Final Performance: Friday, August 21 at 11:30am

Register For "There's a Wocket..." Here

 

Grades 4-6

Complaint Department & Lemonade (2 weeks)
Instructor: Brianne Tupper
Week 2 & 3: July 20-24 & 27-31,
1:00 - 4:00 PM

In this rapid succession of hysterical grievances, the complaint department takes on everything from Oreo icing to kleptomania and from songs stuck in the head to the price of cheese and on and on and on.  Could there be a glimmer of hope for anyone in charge of a complaint department? In this two week acting camp, 4-6 grade students will laugh their way through this comedy script while honing their acting skills.  There will be a performance of the play, Complaint Department and Lemonade, at the end of the two weeks for family and friends to enjoy.
Final Performance: Friday, July 31 at 3:30pm

Register For "Complaint Department & Lemonade" Here


The Lion King Experience (2 week)
Instructor: Brandy Aguirre
Week 4 & 5: August 3-7 & 10-14,
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Hakuna Matata! The Lion King Experience is a 30-minute adaptation of the original Broadway musical created especially for elementary and middle school students to explore the fundamentals of theatre-making. This two week camp will include ACTING, DESIGN, MUSIC, PLAYWRITING, CHOREOGRAPHY, DIRECTING and MORE!  The camp will conclude with a performance of The Lion King for family and friends.
Final Performance: Friday, August 14 at 12:00 PM (noon)

Register For "The Lion King Experience" Here

Sing Your Heart Out! (1 week)
Instructor:  Sarah Pulver
Week 6: August 17-21, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Cost: $175

Warm up your vocal cords and raise your voice… This camp is all about singing!  In this one week intensive students will work with a vocal instructor to discover or fine tune their singing through the joy of musical theatre.  Campers will work as a group towards performing a showcase of songs from popular musicals for family and friends on the last day of camp.
Final Performance: Friday, August 21 at 3:00pm

Register For "Sing Your Heart Out!" Here


Grades 7-12

 

Summer Nights with Shakespeare (2 week)
Instructor: John Weaver
Weeks 5 & 6: August 10-14 & 17-21,
5:30 - 8:30 PM
Cost: $300

“All days are nights to see till I see thee, and nights bright days when dreams do show thee me.”  In this two week evening camp students will delve into the drama, comedy and wit of the world’s most beloved bard.  The two weeks will be filled with theme based activities and acting lessons while learning why Shakespeare is still relevant today. Students will collaborate to produce an abridged version of a Shakespeare play.
Final Performance: Friday, August 21 at 7:30pm

Register For "Summer Nights with Shakespeare" Here


Grades 9-12


*All instructors have multiple up to date clearances on file.

Scholarships

Financial aid, in the form of tuition assistance grants, is awarded to deserving students to partially off-set the costs of attending the CTL's Community Academy of Stage and Theatre After School and Summer Camp Programs.  Financial Aid is available on a limited basis; therefore, applicants must demonstrate a clear financial need and a strong desire to participate in our educational programing.  The questions asked in this application are designed to help the CTL staff understand the family situation and financial position, and to make certain that assistance is awarded to students whose need is greatest.  The information you provide in this application is considered strictly confidential. All decisions regarding financial assistance are made by CTL's Educational Coordinator and staff.

Scholarship Deadline: June 1, 2020.

Any registrations that come in after June 1st will be evaluated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

Complete the Scholarship Form Here