At this time, all of our Junior Theatre Camps have completely filled for the summer. To be added to the waitlist, please create a student profile on Jackrabbit, then email Kyle@WoodstockArts.org with your child’s name and desired camp week(s).
Summer Camp Schedule:
June 3-7 | “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” Week 1
Farmer McGregor seems to have one rule when tending his garden — don’t let the rabbits eat your veggies! Despite warnings from Mother Rabbit, Peter and his siblings sneak into the garden for a snack and have to make a quick getaway to make it home safely for dinner. On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the musical Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.
June 17-21 | “Go, Dog. Go!” Week 3
Big dogs, little dogs, black and white dogs, dogs driving cars and dogs rowing boats, dogs at work and dogs at play. These dogs get up to some wacky antics before heading to an all out dog party at the top of the tree! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the musical Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.
July 8-12 | “Jumanji” Week 5
A group of children play a mysterious board game and are surprised when parts of the game become real. The only way to get things back to normal is by winning, and the only way to win is by playing, so they’re left to roll the dice and deal with whatever twists and turns may ensue! On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the play Aesop’s Fables.
July 22-26 | “Strega Nona” Week 7
Strega Nona is beloved by the town for her magical remedies, but her apprentice Big Anthony sure can make a mess of things while she’s away! He tries to show off by using her magic pasta pot, but he doesn’t know how to get it to stop and soon the entire town is overflowing with pasta. On Wednesday, campers will see a performance of the play Aesop’s Fables.
Junior Camp is comprised of students ages 5-8 (Grades K-2). Their scripts are prewritten, and roles are cast on Monday.
Junior Camp is focused more on basic acting blocks and stage etiquette.
Junior Camp performances will be on Fridays at 2:00 pm.
Woodstock Arts is taking measures to ensure your child’s safety and well-being. We want to make this experience as comfortable, safe, and fun as possible for everyone involved.
Camp payments will be processed on the soonest Thursday once you register.
If you would like to create a payment plan to pay in installments, please email email@example.com at the time of registration. Otherwise, the full tuition value will be charged that Thursday.
Our education programs are hosted and managed on a site called Jackrabbit. This allows you to fill out your student and payment information one time and register for any of our educational programs.
Individual camps are available to the left, or you can click below to set up an account and view all available programs for your students.
You will also need to create an account to be put on a waitlist for any camp.