Wortham Arts Summer Camps
In summer 2022, kids can express themselves through theatre and art, learn life-long skills such as collaboration and communication, and perform on a professional Wortham stage! Read below to learn more about theatre camps for artists ages 8 – 13.
Summer Camps will be facilitated by Bright Star Touring Theatre. Each week-long camp runs 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily.
Cost: $325. Scholarships available through the Y.E.S. Fund. See registration form to apply.
Please note: The July 18-22 camp is no longer available. Please see updated age ranges for available camps below.
2022 Summer Theatre Camp Sessions
July 11-15 • Ages 11-13
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily
In a week of super adventures, your students will develop their own super-character and weave them into an original performance through a week of drama instruction at the Wortham. With focus on acting, writing and directing skills campers will learn life-long skills such as collaboration, communication, self-confidence and leadership. Facilitated by professional arts educators from Bright Star Touring Theatre, students will write their own show and perform it on one of Wortham’s professional stages in an end-of-week showcase for family and friends.
July 25-29 • Ages 8-10
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily
Your child will wiggle, sing, dance and shout their way through a fun-filled week of superhero-themed creative play at the Wortham. With non-stop opportunities to express themselves through arts-based games, activities and field trips, campers will learn life-long skills such as collaboration, communication, self-confidence and leadership. At the end of the week, enjoy watching your creative genius perform on a professional stage in an original performance created exclusively by campers.
About Bright Star Theatre
Bright Star Touring Theatre is one of the largest professional touring theatre companies in the country. The company performs for over 2000 audiences each year, from The National Theatre in Washington DC to National Parks in the Midwest, from a bike ride of Seattle’s Space Needle to theatres overlooking the Manhattan skyline, from school cafeterias or gymnasiums in South Carolina, to libraries in Cape Cod. The company brings theatre to schools and communities that are often underserved, sharing the magic of live theatre with young people who may not always have the chance to see it.