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Summer Camps at PPAS are a great opportunity for kids of all experience levels to jump into theatre fun! Through a mixture of games, work with scripted material, and critical thinking, campers will have the opportunity to learn more about the world of theatre and dive in! Whether you’re just getting your feet wet or you’ve performed all over, our instructors will help you find your way!
All camps will end in a performance at our studio.
PPAS offers one week intensives (full day), 2 week production camps (full day), and 2 week half day camps.
Half Day Camps – [$200] 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM or 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Production Camps – [$350] 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
One Week Intensives – [$175] 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Early drop off and pick up is available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
What To Expect
Most camps at PPAS are focused on teaching the three main elements of stage performing: Singing, Acting, and Dancing. We believe that the best way to help performers grow is to give them opportunities to PERFORM! Throughout the duration of camp, campers will work with professional performers and teachers who will give them all the tools they need for a successful performance. Through theatre games, scripted work, directed activities, practice, and repetition, campers will learn more about their bodies, their minds, and the stories that they can tell!
What Should I Bring?
A lot of that depends on the camp in which you’re enrolled! Each individual camp page lists if there are any specific things to bring. Most will require comfortable clothing and not much else.
1/2 Day Campers should bring a snack and a water bottle.
Full Day Campers should bring a snack, a water bottle, and a lunch.
Frozen the Musical KIDS Production Camp: June 17-28
Aladdin Junior Production Camp: June 17-28
Lion King Kids Production Camp: July 8-19
Musical Theatre Intensive: July 8-12
Art of Auditioning Intensive: July 15-19
- Communicating effectively with an accompanist
- Choosing audition cuts that best feature your voice
- Breaking down “sides” and scripts to create a believable character
- Taking direction—and redirection—and making it work for you
- Acting comfortably in front of a table of casting directors
- How to present yourself as a professional, even if you're shaking in your boots!t