Register for KIDSTAGE Summer Camps Today!
Summer camps run June 26–August 18. Camps are for students in kindergarten to 12th grade. Browse the summer camp offerings below.
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Ignite your inner glow at KIDSTAGE summer camps! Our team of theatre professionals will guide your student through an exciting journey of self-discovery and creative exploration. With options in acting, dance, music, writing, and design, your student can tap into their passions and develop new skills.
At KIDSTAGE, we are committed to helping your student shine on and off the stage. Whether it’s speaking up in front of a crowd, nailing an audition, or simply feeling more confident in themselves, our summer camps are designed to help your student discover their inner glow.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up for KIDSTAGE
summer camps today and let your student shine!
“This program has been a phenomenal opportunity to boost both [my student’s] social confidence among peers, and her self-acceptance of making mistakes in front of others.” —KIDSTAGE Parent
All new students, even those with no experience in musical theatre, are welcome to start by taking any class at their grade level. Our theatre classes and camps are designed to engage and build skills for children of various experience levels, whether they are brand new to theatre or have been taking classes with us for years. Unless specifically stated, our classes have no prerequisites.
If you are new to KIDSTAGE, it might be helpful to know that our Acting Classes will focus on building acting skills such as creating characters, collaborating in acting scenes, improvisation, stage direction, projecting our voices, etc. Our Musical Theatre classes will be focusing on singing and basic dance for musical theatre. In these classes, kids will typically sing and dance, as a group, in 2-4 musical numbers from popular shows.
Additionally, we offer specific Singing and Dance classes for our students in 6th grade and up.
There is a demonstration on the last day of class, where family and friends are invited in to see what their students have been working on in their class.