Full-Day Camps
Kids Camps: Ages 7-12
Curtain Up Camp: Ages 10-14
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Act, sing, and dance the week away at our high-energy full-day camps! You’ll learn and grow your performance skills as you work to put together an actual show in a week.

We have two different full-day camp options. The Kids Camps for ages 7-12 are a great place to start. Campers will learn a 30-minute adaptation of a show in just a week. These camps will take place throughout the summer!

For those students in an older age-range looking for a little bit more of a challenge, we offer one week of Curtain Up camp for ages 10-14, which will explore a 60-minute adaptation in just a week!

Campers will have the OPTIONAL opportunity to audition for roles on the first day of camp. For campers who want to audition for a role, abbreviated music and script excerpts (“sides”) will be provided by email for campers to prepare for their auditions and callbacks. You do not have to audition in order to be in this camp; all campers will have the chance to act, sing, and dance in these fun, upbeat shows! Please note: Auditions and callbacks will be closed.

Full-day camps meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at locations all over the metro including Overland Park, Lee’s Summit, Lenexa, Gladstone, and more! The show will be performed at 4 p.m. on Friday at the same location as the camp.

Kids Camp: Frozen Kids

You’ll love this fanciful and heartwarming stage adaptation of the celebrated animated film. Join Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven, and all of your favorite characters as they embark on an epic, ice-filled journey of self-discovery, camaraderie, and the real meaning of true love. Adapted for young performers, this musical includes favorite Frozen songs such as “Love Is an Open Door,” “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?,” and “Let It Go,” as well as wonderful new songs from the Broadway production. This production of Frozen KIDS is sure to prove that “some people are worth melting for.” (Courtesy of Music Theatre International)

Character Breakdown:

Anna, Middle Anna, Young Anna – The younger Princess of Arendelle at different ages. Filled with a tremendous amount of light, energy, and love, Anna is a hopelessly optimistic extrovert at all ages, but longs for connection with others, especially her sister, Elsa. Each version of this warm and determined princess requires a strong singer with great comic timing.

Elsa, Middle Elsa, Young Elsa – The elder Princess of Arendelle at different ages. Next in line for the throne, Elsa has been born with magical powers that can overwhelm her when she becomes afraid and harm others if not handled with care. Fearful of hurting anyone, Elsa becomes anxious and withdrawn before eventually learning to take control of, and become confident in, her powers which she masterfully uses to manipulate the Snow Chorus.

Hans – The ambitious Prince of the Southern Isles and overlooked thirteenth son of a king. He boasts an exceedingly charming facade that fools everyone – including Anna and, ideally, the audience! – into believing he’s Prince Charming, when really, he’s just a jerk.

Kids Camp: Willy Wonka Kids

The delicious adventures experienced by Charlie Bucket on his visit to Willy Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl’s fantastical tale. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder, in addition to a host of fun new songs, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone’s sweet tooth.

Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka KIDS follows enigmatic candy manufacturer Willy Wonka as he stages a contest by hiding golden tickets in five of his scrumptious candy bars. Whomever comes up with these tickets will win a free tour of the Wonka factory, as well as a lifetime supply of candy. Four of the five winning children are insufferable brats, but the fifth is a likeable young lad named Charlie Bucket, who takes the tour in the company of his equally amiable grandfather. The children must learn to follow Mr. Wonka’s rules in the factory — or suffer the consequences. (Courtesy of Music Theatre International)

Character Breakdown:

Willy Wonka – An enigmatic character; at once mysterious and mischievous but also charismatic. 

Candy Man – Goes from neighborhood to neighborhood selling candy, much like an ice cream truck. 

Charlie Bucket – The role of Charlie Bucket is the emotional heart and soul of the musical. 

Grandpa Joes – The grandfather we all wish we had when we were Charlie’s age. He is caring, patient, sweet and always reminds Charlie to remain cheerful. Cast an actor who can be kind and funny.

Mr. & Mrs. Bucket – Charlie’s parents; natural nurturers.

Phineus Trout – The reporter who announces the winners of the Golden Ticket contest throughout the show. 

Augustus Gloop – The overachieving eater who represents the evils of eating too much.

Mrs. Gloop – Augustus’ mother who has overindulged her son with food. 

Curtain Up Camp: Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.

This camp is full. Please call the office to add a name to the waitlist (913-681-3318). 

The Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning educational cartoon series and pop culture phenomenon is now the basis for one of the most fun musicals ever to hit the stage, Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR.

The musical follows Tom, a young schoolteacher, who is nervous about his first day of teaching. He tries to relax by watching TV, when various characters representing facets of his personality emerge from the set and show him how to win his students over with imagination and music. Memorable songs as “Just a Bill,” “Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” and “Conjunction Junction” bring his lesson plans vividly to life. (Courtesy of Musical Theatre International)

Character Breakdown:

Tom – The idealistic young teacher and hero of our story. He is nervous about his first day of teaching, yet gradually becomes more at ease as the show continues. 

George – A marvelous character role. He takes the lead on “Three Is A Magic Number” and “Just A Bill.” George in particular is a calming presence and excellent cheerleader for Tom. He is the romantic, and he is caring and in control.

Dori – Takes the lead on “A Noun Is A Person, Place, Or Thing,” “The Preamble” and “Elbow Room.” She goofiest of the gang, often acting silly and being playful.

Shulie – Sweet and genuine. She is featured in “Unpack Your Adjectives” and takes the lead on “Interplanet Janet.” 

Joe – Definitely one cool kid. He’s laid back and fun-loving; delivers the great “Conjunction Junction”.