Drama and Musical Theater Summer Camps
Do we call it musical theatre or musical theater? Acting or drama or theater arts or performance arts?
It doesn't matter what we call it: Summer is a great time to learn acting, singing, and dancing! With our area's emphasis on performance and music, there are lots of summer camps to choose from. Some are one week, some are more. If there is a performance arts summer camp that we have missed, please email us to let us know, and we'll add it promptly. Thank you!
Young Actors Guild of the Capital RegionSummer programs in Troy, NY and Albany, NY
Come and participate in one of the Capital District’s longest running performing arts programs dedicated exclusively to children. The Young Actors Guild has helped to set the standard for theater arts education in the Capital District for 26 years, by providing quality arts education to thousands of children. Students study with professional staff during Fall, Spring and Summer Sessions, as well as several Vacation Camps offered throughout the year. All of our students participate in professional quality stage productions, open to the public, at the culmination of each semester of study.
4 week program June 27-30 - $200
One Week Program July 5 - August 5 - $250
Our Very Popular 5 - Week Program $990.00
Theatre Institute at SageNow with camps in ALBANY AND TROY!!
Come join the fun in one of the Theatre Institute’s summer programs. Kids on Stage a full day camp for ages 5 – 7 encourages creativity, cooperation, personal development and fun! Explore everything it takes to put on a show on the stage and behind the scenes. Students use the skills they develop to create an original show shared on the last day of camp. Summer on Stage, a full day camp for ages 8-16, includes daily acting classes and a variety of theatre workshops which may include dance, voice, magic, improvisation and stage combat. Summer on Stage emphasizes collaboration, creativity, commitment and personal development. Emerging actors collaborate to create an original piece, to be performed on the final afternoon of the program. Go to theatre.sage.edu for dates and more info or call 518.244.4504.