Q. Who teaches Summer Camp classes?

A. Each acting, singing, voice and dance class is led by at least one teaching artist under the direction of our Artistic Director, Richard Padro. Teaching assistants with experience in the arts, are also assigned. We hire only qualified and experienced arts educators with professional and academic backgrounds as performers, choreographers, directors and musicians, and all camp staff are subject to criminal background checks.

Q. Does my child need to audition to attend Summer Camp?

A. There is no entry audition required; just the enthusiasm to explore the arts!

Q. What should my child wear?

A. Loose fitting, comfortable clothing should be worn as students will be moving all day, in dance and other classes. Flip flops or open toe shoes are not permitted. Sneakers or dance sneakers are ideal.

Q. Are snacks and lunch provided?

A. Students need to bring their own snacks, lunches and drinks. The theatre has a refrigerator if needed. There are no microwaves and no drink or snack machines available.

Q. Do I need to stay while my child is in class?

A. Parents are not allowed to attend or observe classes. However, on the first day, parents are welcome to observe the first day morning roll call and welcome speech. After the speech, parents can go on a staff led mini-tour of the facilities used for summer camp.

Additional questions? Please contact Public Relations Director Nate Murphy at (360) 932-3061 or email