Magic Tree House: A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens!
Grades 4-5 [MUSIC]
July 15th- 26th  (2 week camp)
In this 40 minute musical based on the popular children’s book series, the magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie back in time to the foggy streets of Victorian London. Soon, they meet the famous, well-off author, Charles Dickens, who has a severe case of writer’s block. Jack and Annie also witness the hardships faced by the poor, and their efforts to help only land them in prison. Mr. Dickens rescues Jack and Annie, and they, in turn, help him escape the sad memories that haunt him. In the process, they inspire Mr. Dickens to write one of the greatest holiday stories of all time. Celebrate “Christmas in July” with the familiar characters in this exciting 2 week camp!
Cost: $200

Superhero Spotlight
Grades 2-3 [MUSIC]

June 17th- 21
9:30am- 12:30pm
Become a storytelling Superhero! Channel your child’s summer energy into entertaining acting games, craft activities, songs, and character-based performance. Students will create their own superhero character while learning the basics of acting and storytelling.
Cost: $150


The Royal Treatment
Grades K-1 [MUSIC]
June 24th- 28
9:30am- 12:30pm
Back by popular demand- give your young performer the “royal treatment” this summer! Campers will play games, make crafts, and learn songs and basic choreography from classic animated favorites past and present. Come and Experience the Royal Treatment while singing such popular tunes as “Let it Go”, “Under the Sea” and “Be Our Guest!”
Cost: $150



Petite Players
Ages 4-6 
July 1-3
The focus of this introductory theatre program is to develop creativity and self-confidence through acting, singing, poetry, movement, storytelling, and FUN! Students will gain a basic understanding of aspects of theatre through storytelling and drama activities. Students will  also use their imagination while developing self expression and building confidence through crafts, music, and more.
Cost: $100

Tots on the Spot
Ages 2-3 
July 1-3
This class combines imaginative play, singing, acting, and movement to introduce and establish the building blocks of the performing arts, foster creativity, and nurture self-esteem. Through songs, games, stories and dance, these budding performers learn in a playful and creative environment. Through positive and imaginative class experiences, these young performers will develop confidence, strengthen social skills and have fun!
Cost: $75

K-1 [Drama]
July 8-12th

Many of the games and themes featured in Bluey are actually fundamental practices of theatre! Your Little Character will get to play games such as Keepy Uppy, Statues, Shadowland, and more!  Through crafts and short scenes from the show, we will build empathy, teamwork, and self- confidence as we learn and play together.
Cost: $150

Improv, instructed by Marie Fox
Grades 7-9 
July 8-19
This workshop will provide a healthy dose of improvisation skills to provide participants with the opportunity to learn quick thinking and creative scene building skills. Throughout the course, students will work towards a final performance to demonstrate mastery of the improvisation activities.
Cost: $200

Shakespeare’s Got Talent [2 week camp]
Grades 4-6 [Drama] 

June 17-28
Have fun with some of Shakespeare’s most famous characters in this comical one act TV talent show parody! Our host, Puck, the mischievous fairy from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is joined by the Fool, a classic Shakespearean side character, who adds wit and fun with his not-so-foolish interjections.  Romeo, King Duncan, and Portia create an eclectic panel of judges for a collage of small-cast skits featuring other characters from the Bard’s greatest hits, including Hamlet, King Lear’s three daughters, Desdemona, the witches, and more!  Of course, the talent portion of the TV show soon takes side stage to hilarious high drama behind the scenes, especially with Macbeth as the stage manager and Macduff as sound engineer.
Cost: $200

A Night at the Movies [2 week camp]
Grades 7-9 [Music]
July 8-19th
Students will put together a “cabaret” style performance featuring songs from movie musicals! The possibilities are endless when shows like Mamma Mia, The Greatest Showman, Les Miserables, The Little Mermaid, and more are in the mix. With opportunities for solos, small group numbers, and choreography- there’s something for everyone as we bring hits from the big screen back to the stage!
Cost: $200

Puppet Engineers
Grades 2-3 [Puppetry]
July 15-19
Enjoy a week of puppet building and engineering through bringing imaginary characters to life.  We will tinker with science principles through designing various puppets including hand puppets, rod puppets, finger puppets and simple marionettes.  We will explore the puppet traditions of Thailand and discover shadow puppet art and China and make a dragon puppet. Theatrical foundations of storytelling using voice, movement, and creating a character will be explored. Makers will use different textiles and mediums during our creative lab space in the designing process of their puppets.
Cost: $150

Camps can be purchased at our box office, by phone, or online with the links above. For more information about camps please contact our Education Coordinator at baguirre@ctlshows.com and watch for news and updates on our social media pages.

Camp registration fees include all scheduled activities, professional instruction, materials, a summer camp t-shirt, and admission for family members to watch their camper’s end of camp show(s).  All information is sent to the parent/guardian prior to the camp.

A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. Families can receive an application by emailing our Director of Educational Programming Brandy Aguirre at BAguirre@CTLshows.com


Camp instructors are professional teachers, artists, and college students majoring in arts education or theatre arts and have documented experience working with children. There are also college interns and volunteer high school assistants on hand to help keep camps running smoothly. Camps are designed by CTL’s Education Department Coordination in collaboration with camp instructors. All summer instructors and CTL staff members have clearances on file.

  • A small snack will be provided to campers each day. All snacks are nut free, but other allergens may be present. Please clearly indicate any food allergies on the camp permission form so we can be sure to provide a safe and welcoming experience for every student.

  • Water fountains are closed at this time and each camper must bring a water bottle with them and have their name clearly marked on it. CTL water bottles are for sale at our box office for $5.  

  • A full lunch is NOT provided for students who are taking morning and afternoon camps. If your student will be staying for more than one camp, they must bring a lunch from home that does not need to be heated or refrigerated and has the campers name clearly marked on it. 


CTL is excited to launch our After-School classes for this Spring! We are inviting all of our local performers, students and interested kids of all ages ‘behind the curtain’ and into our safe learning space to develop the skills to help them become rock star performers! Whether you are brand new to CTL’s classes and summer camps or the stage performer veteran we have something for everyone!