The primary purpose of this seven-day camp is to provide campers with an opportunity to improve their theatre skills alongside others with similar interests.
Campers in the acting portion of the camp are assigned to groups based on grade. Mornings consist of classes in voice, movement, and improvisation. Afternoons and evenings are devoted to rehearsing scenes in preparation for a capstone performance on the final day of the camp.
Campers in the design/technical theatre portion of the camp receive daily instruction in stage management and scenery, lighting and costume design. They spend the afternoons and evenings assisting the scene directors and preparing the design and technical elements of the final scenes.
The final day concludes with a presentation of the scenes. The enrollment in the camp is limited to 50-55 campers in order to maximize opportunities for individualized attention.