Summer @ Black box

Summer Camp details and descriptions can be found below.
Registration is available online by clicking HERE.

This acting camp will focus on workshopping an end of camp, small-venue performance of a dramatic ensemble play.

Students will create set designs, make-up concepts, and characterizations. Students will be expected to memorize lines and be familiar with the play early in the rehearsal process.

The morning hours will be spent working on physical art such as drawing, painting, crafting, and DIY skills.

After lunch, students can look forward to some simple song and dance fun. We hope to help students develop creative problem-solving skills.

Meets every Monday from 6/14-7/26.

While playing particular scenes, LARP participants have an opportunity to develop skills and universal competencies, such as empathy, persuasion, creative problem solving, decision-making or teamwork.

Meets every Thursday from 6/17-7/29.

This form of theatrical entertainment features a theme that is expressed through music and song and is generally performed in small venue.

We will pick a theme and create a cabaret of different songs, scenes, and monologues to perform at the final showcase.

Students will write and film skits. A must for students with great imaginations and previous experience.

Camp culminates with a screening event for friends and family.

This film challenges assigns filmmakers a genre, character, prop, and line of dialogue and then it is off to the movies!

Filmmakers will have 48 hours to create a short film containing their assigned elements. Films will be critiqued and given feedback by industry professional

Have you ever wanted to run away to the circus? Well, now you can!

Students will have the opportunity to learn an array of circus skills including juggling, pratfalls, hula hooping, clowning, magic, skits/gags, lyra/aerial hoop, and more!

If your kiddo loves to perform, this is the camp for them! In just one week they will be performing an entire production for all to see!

Performance will be July 16 at 6 p.m.

Learn the basics of being a puppeteer, and then use your skills to create your very own puppet show to be performed at the end of the week!

Students will learn Muppet-style puppet techniques and work together with their classmates to create an original skit with their new talent.

Performance will be July 23 at 7 p.m.

Students will write and film skits. A must for students with great imaginations and previous experience.

Camp culminates with a screening event for friends and family.

Scholarships are available, but must be submitted by May 15. Click HERE to apply.