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Harlem School of the Arts


The Harlem School of the Arts offers a summer of fun in the arts for children ages 4-12. ARTScape Summer Day Camp is an arts experience like no other. Campers enjoy a variety of classes in four different art forms: music, dance, theatre, and art and design.

Weekly trips to NYC’s cultural destinations and afternoon swimming highlight the three two-week sessions. Each session culminates with a performance for campers’ families and friends.

Join the fun! Visit the website to register online.


Imagine Works Youth Theatre - Camp Imagine


Imagine Works Youth Theatre's hit summer camp, Camp Imagine, is back at the Off-Broadway Players Theatre. Camp Imagine is a performance intensive day camp for tweens and teens ages 11-18. Students focus on fundamental skills in voice, drama, and dance during hour-long classes each morning.

Camp Imagine is great for new and experienced performers. Campers are placed in groups based on age and experience to allow all kids to learn at their own level. Class sizes are small so that every camper receives one-on-one attention from instructors. At the end of the session, campers perform a Broadway musical on a professional, 200-seat Off-Broadway stage.

Please visit the website for a schedule and more information. Spots fill up quickly, so register today!

Rising Star Children's Musical Theatre Troupe


Rising Star Summer Camps are for kids who want to have fun and experience the excitement of being on stage in a musical. At Rising Star, performers of all levels—beginner and advanced—have a place. Four camp sessions are offered:

Little Stars (ages 4-6): Choose from two one-week sessions—Fairy Tale Week or Classic Musical Theater.

Lucky Stars (ages 7-10): This two-week sesion ends with three performances of Mary Poppins Jr.

Rising Stars (ages 10-16): This three-week session ends with three performances of Anything Goes.

See website for dates, pricing, and enrollment.

Fitness by the Sea Beach Camp


Fitness by the Sea Beach Camp, located in Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades, offers an experienced and spirited staff (average age 26) and low camper-to-staff ratios (6:1) in an encouraging and nurturing environment for children ages 4-14. Founded in 2000, it is one of the oldest beach camps in Los Angeles and has been recognized as the "safest beach camp" by the Chief of the LA County Lifeguards.

Camp offers over 200 activities, with something for everyone. Offerings include:

  • Water activities: surfing, boogie boarding, swimming (no prior swim experience necessary)
  • Team sports: soccer, basketball, baseball, flag football
  • Creative activities: dance, crafts, yoga, puppet shows
  • Individual sports: gymnastics, martial arts, cheerleading, fencing, and more.

Register your child for any days you wish, with no minimum days or weeks. Bus transportation is available, with stops in Brentwood, Mar Vista, Cheviot Hills, Westwood, Hancock Park, Sherman Oaks, and more.

Emerging Artists Musical Theatre Academy


Emerging Artists Musical Theatre Academy in Long Beach, California is a children's theatre company specializing in musical theatre. Programs include musical productions, workshops, and summer camps.

Kids ages 3-12 can join Emerging Artists Musical Theatre Academy for camp this summer and be a part of shows such as The Little Mermaid, Newsies, The Lion King, The Wiz, and Peter Pan. Please visit the website for a schedule, pricing, breakdown of programs by age group, and more information.


Professional Youth Theatre Summer Camp


PYT offers a seven-week day camp for children entering 1st through 12th grade with full-day and half-day options. Founded on the principle that children should be taught by top, vetted professionals who themselves have received the best training and enjoyed successful careers, PYT brings in only the most qualified instructors from NYC to comprise its faculty.

PYT's summer camp offers students an opportunity to study theater intensively over a seven-week period. Students are exposed to every aspect of musical theater, including both the performing arts and technical elements of theater. Students spend the first half of each day working on acting, singing, and dancing technique with top faculty. Special guest teaching artists, many of whom are currently on Broadway, visit students weekly to delve into specific areas of interest. In the afternoons, students rehearse for their end-of-summer musical, a large-scale, professional-caliber production.


The Secret Theatre


The Secret Theatre provides an eclectic mix of plays, musicals, children's theatre, dance, and other events. It's also the headquarters of the Secret Theatre Academy, which has been providing some of the best musical theatre and drama instruction in Queens for over 9 years. Classes offered include Drama, Broadway Musical, Film Acting, Tap, and even one-to-one private lessons and audition coaching. The faculty is led by writer/director Richard Mazda, who teaches all classes for tweens and teens.

The STA also offers several day-camps which have become very popular. During the week-long camps for winter and spring break—as well as throughout the summer—students create and perform a whole show in just 5 days. Campers participate in fun theatre games, build social skills, collaborate on an original script, and then present a fully realized show for family and friends.

Registration is open—come show your stuff!


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