Young Performers Theater Camp

2023 Young Performers Theatre Camp

 

 

PROGRAM

Due to the current uncertainty around covid and  extremely high busing costs  we can only offer one combined musical theatre production this summer --  "THE ADDAMS FAMILY"  --  at our Venice Island Performing Arts Center, located at 7 Lock Street, on the Schuylkill River in the Manayunk section of Philadelphia.  We are scheduled to have live performances of The Addams Family  during the last week of camp (August 10 & 11, 2023)  

 This is a great opportunity for young performers to rehearse and perform in a professional space.  

Also, please note that we are unable to provide bus transportation this summer -- so your camper(s) would need to navigate their way to and from Venice Island theatre.

 

CAMP DATES & TIMES

The camp will start Monday, July 3 (no camp on 7/4),  and run for six weeks (Monday-Friday) through Friday, August 11, 2023.   Camp begins promptly at 9am and continues until 2pm.   We expect all cast members to be on time.  

 

CAMP FEES

The registration & tuition for the six week encampment is $300.      Returning campers need not audition.   First year camper families will be notified of audition dates where the candidate must sing acapella and read/act out a short text of their choosing.    This may be done via zoom or in person.    We also require a copy of their birth certificate and  a letter of recommendation from a non-relative teacher, neighbor, mentor, etc., who believes a performing arts camp would be a great fit for the camper.      Returning campers need not audition.

 

HOW TO APPLY

The first step is to pre-register online at this website.      You can register by scrolling down to the subheads at the bottom left  of this page and clicking the "forms" heading under Performing Arts Camps.  Then scroll down to the application for the Young Performer Theatre Camp  registration  (it's the last form).  Please click.

Upon submission, you will immediately receive a copy of your application via email.  

 

Thanks for your patience and consideration.

Any questions, please email William.Powell@phila.gov or call 215-685-3585.