Winter Camp Sessions

Winter Camps

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2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, Delaware 19806, United States

It might seem that an institution like a museum is carved in stone, but since its founding in 1912, the Delaware Art Museum has actually changed a great deal. Our Centennial Timeline, installed in the Museum’s Orientation Hallway, is a look at how things were and how they have changed, both here at the Museum and in the community that we serve. To put the Museum’s historical achievements in context, the Timeline mirrors notable Museum milestones with important local and world events.

A century ago, the Museum started life with an original purchase of approximately 100 Howard Pyle paintings. That collection has grown to include 12,000 works of art by great American masters such as Winslow Homer, artists of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, and well-known American illustrators. The Museum’s name and physical space have also changed considerably. Originally called the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, and then the Delaware Art Center, the Museum officially became the Delaware Art Museum in the early 1970s. And although we spent decades traveling around—with no permanent gallery space—the Museum now encompasses 80,000 square feet of exhibition and administrative space, four studio art classrooms, and a sprawling 9-acre sculpture park—the first of its kind in the region.


The Delaware Art Museum’s summer art program for children ages 6 – 12 provides professional instruction and a creative experience in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Young artists will explore drawing, painting, ceramics, and more in the Bank of America Education Wing studios, the Museum’s galleries, and the Copeland Sculpture Garden. Camp is full-day from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Summer Art Camp The Delaware Art Museum’s summer program for children ages 6 – 12 provides a creative experience with professional instruction in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Young artists, divided into two groups, explore drawing, painting, ceramics, and more in the Bank of America Education Wing Studio as well as throughout the Museum’s galleries and Copeland Sculpture Garden. Camp is full-day from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Each session ends with a camper art show for family and friends.Registration for Members opens on Thursday, February 6, 2014.
Registration for Non-Members opens on Thursday, February 13, 2014.  
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June 16 – 27 | $500 Members, $560 Non-Members 

Landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes, and even the Museum’s outdoor sculptures, will serve as inspiration for this session. Campers will capture the beauty of nature with natural materials, watercolors, clay, and paint.


June 30 – July 11 (no camp July 4) | $450 Members, $510 Non-Members

There are so many people to see and places to go in the Museum! Campers will find inspiration in the Museum’s collections while making their own artwork full of faces and places! Learn about portraits and landscapes through drawing, painting, printing, and ceramics. Projects will include masks, imagined landscapes, self-portraits, and more.


July 14 – 25 | $500 Members, $560 Non-Members 

Fill your artist tool box with the elements of art! Campers will look at and create artwork exploring the process of art-making. Art elements such as shape, form, pattern, color, and line will be discovered. Fun and exciting class projects include colorful printmaking and imaginative clay sculpture.


July 28 – August 8 | $500 for Members, $560 Non-Members 

Come on an adventure through the Museum and explore animals in artwork such as Deborah Butterfield’s Riot and Abbott Handerson Thayer’s The Old Lion.Creative artwork will be inspired by all kinds of animals, both real and imagined. Projects include ceramic figures, cut paper designs, and roaring masks.

2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10460, United States

From its earliest days, the Wildlife Conservation Society has been a leader in animal wellbeing. The flagship Bronx Zoo established its first veterinary department in 1901. At the time, the department consisted only of a pathologist and a veterinarian. Today, the Wildlife Health Sciences division includes departments of clinical care, pathology, nutrition, and field veterinary programs. The Wildlife Health Center, located on Bronx Zoo grounds, serves more than 15,000 animals from the four WCS zoos in New York. The state-of-the-art Aquatic Animal Health Center at the New York Aquarium opened in 2008 to meet the unique challenges of caring for its collection of marine animals. The high-tech hospital includes a laboratory and an operating room, several pools for patients with flippers, X-ray machines, and a kitchen for preparing meals for residents of all sizes, from a tiny seahorse to a 3,000-pound walrus.

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From toddlers to teens, we have unique summer camp experiences for all ages at the zoo! All camps are Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. except Toddler Camp. Registration begins on January 2nd, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.Click here to register.

Zoo Camp experience includes:

  • Age appropriate, hands-on science activities
  • Up-close animal encounters
  • Wildlife Theater performances (Kinderzoo and older)
  • Exhibit visits
  • Arts and crafts
  • Camp t-shirt
  • Tons of animal fun!

Toddler Camp

Join us during the summer for a week of Toddler Camp! We’ll have a weekly theme and all campers receive a camp t-shirt!

Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 2 – 3 year olds, with caregiver
Dates: June 16 – 20
June 23 – 27
Time A: 10:15 a.m.– 11:15 a.m.
Time B: 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Fee: $125 members $150 non members




Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 4 – 5 year olds
Dates: June 16 – 20
June 23 – 27
July 7 – 11
July 28 – August 1
August 4 – 8
August 25 – 29
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $400 members $425 non members



Week of Wildlife

Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 6 – 7 year olds
Dates: June 16-20 (A)
June 23-27 (B)
July 14-18 (A)
July 21-25 (B)
August 11-15 (A)
August 18-22 (B)
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $400 members $425 non members

You can book up to two weeks of Week of Wildlife for your camper! Each letter designates the curriculum used for the week of camp.



Zoo Explorers

Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 8 – 10 year olds
Dates: July 7 – 11
July 14 – 18
July 28 – August 1
August 11 – 15
August 18 – 22
August 25 – 29
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $400 members $425 non members



Junior Scientists

Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 11 – 12 year olds
Dates: July 21-25
August 4 – 8
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fee: $400 members $425 non members



Teen Internship

Registration begins on January 2nd 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

Ages: 13 – 17 year olds
Dates: June 30-July 18 (3-week internship, Monday – Friday)
July 21-August (3-week internship, Monday – Friday)
August 11-29 (3-week internship, Monday – Friday)
Time: 1st week – 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
2nd and 3rd weeks 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Fee: $1800 members $2000 non members


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Zoo Camp Tips and Policies

What’s different about Zoo Camp this year?

We’ve made a couple changes to camp this summer to enhance the experience for everyone. This year, camp will separate campers into age appropriate groups to provide stronger curriculum, have a smaller camper to counselor ratio, include a special camp t-shirt, provide a special Wildlife Theater performance (Kinderzoo and older).

What will my child do all day at Zoo Camp?

Zoo Camp is full of fun! Your child will be introduced to the world of animals and science. Zoo Camp has age- themed programs including games, up-close animal encounters, hands-on science, along with crafts and songs. Since your camper doesn’t tell you everything, we’ll also distribute a parent letter on the first day that will go over the focus of each day, what exhibits we visit, what animals we met and some questions to test your camper’s knowledge.

Who is this camp for?

Zoo Camp is perfect for youth who have an interest, love or passion for animals and science. We offer a variety of activities that connect campers to nature, but it’s great when our participants come to us with an initial interest in animals since we are Zoo Camp!

How much interaction do campers have with animals?

Each day the campers will experience a close encounter with an animal from our education animal collection. Other special activities might include seeing an exhibit animal up-close for feeding, enrichment or training sessions. They will not be allowed to hold any animals but will have the chance to touch some of our creatures. The Teen Internship programs include a variety of behind the scenes components and opportunities to connect with animal keepers.

What is the counselor to camper ratio?

The counselor to camper ratio varies with age and registration. Our average group size is around seven campers to one counselor. For Kinderzoo, we have a ratio of 6 campers to 1 counselor, while Zoo Explorer has a ratio of 8 campers to 1 counselor. Each group also has volunteers who help supervise campers.

Is there a nap time?

We offer yoga and nap time for the Kinderzoo campers only. For all camps, we try to incorporate quieter activities where campers have some down time. Do you provide snack? We provide snack daily. We try our best to supply treats with few allergic interactions. Please make sure that all allergies are listed on the medical form and if your child does have food allergies, please pack a snack just in case. Since we don’t provide snack until mid-morning, please make sure that your camper eats a healthy breakfast before coming to camp.

Should I pack a lunch for my camper?

Yes, please. Please send your camper to Zoo Camp each day with a NUT-FREE lunch. Please do not send any snacks or foods containing peanuts or tree nuts. Many children have allergies to different types of nuts. We hope to ease parents’ concerns about allergic reactions. Sharing of lunch items is not permitted except amongst siblings.

What should my child wear to camp?

Dress appropriately for the weather. We will go outside rain or shine, so rain gear is needed sometimes. For younger campers, please make sure their clothing is easy for them to remove while using the restroom (zoo staff cannot assist campers in the restroom). On the first day of camp, your child will be given a special Zoo Camp t-shirt. We require your child to wear this shirt every day of camp. It increases visibility while touring the zoo. Extra shirts can be purchased for $15 while you register or on the first and second days of camp. Closed-toed shoes are required for your child’s safety.

Will you be outside all day?

Many of our activities include outside time. Please make sure your camper is wearing sunscreen. Counselors are not allowed to apply sunscreen, so please make sure you put it on your camper each morning. It is also a good idea to send your camper with a full, reusable water bottle. We make routine stops at the water fountains, but it does get hot during the summer and your child will be running around outside for most of the day.

Can I stay with my child during the day? May I eat lunch with my child?

For the safety of campers, we do not allow adults who are not camp staff to spend time with the camp group. This includes parents.

What if my child has special needs?

If you child has special needs (dietary, allergy, behavioral, physical, etc.) please notify us in advance by calling 718-220-5132. We want your child to have the best camp experience possible and can only do this if we know the unique needs of your child!


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First Day of Camp and Sign-In/Sign-out Procedures

Where should I go the first day of camp?

We will provide you with plenty of information in your Zoo Camp Parent Letter, which will describe the location of the camp and what to expect for the first morning. Please note that parents or guardians are REQUIRED to attend a 15 minute orientation from 10:00-10:15am. We will give you an overview of the program, discuss safety rules, camp policies and answer questions.

Where can I park?

Parking is available in the Southern Blvd Lot. Please make sure to display your parking pass when you drop your camper off.

What time can I enter the zoo?

On the first day of camp, the Southern Blvd Lot entrance will open at 9:30am so parents and campers can get in to finalize paperwork and get their t-shirt and name badge. On Tuesday through Friday, the entrance will open at 9:45am. We start camp promptly at 10am each day, so make sure to get here on time. If you’re running late, please let us know by calling 718-220-5132. YOU MUST WALK YOUR CAMPER TO THEIR CAMP LOCATION EACH DAY. Except for Teen Interns, campers are not allowed to be in the zoo by themselves.

What happens if I need to pick up my camper early?

If you would like to pick up your camper at a time other than the designated pick-up time, please notify your camper’s counselor. Upon your arrival at the zoo, notify the front gate and they will radio to your camper’s group so you can meet up with them.

What happens if I’m late picking up my camper?

Campers who are picked up more than 15 minutes past the pick-up time will be charged $45. We appreciate your attention to this matter.

Who can sign out my camper?

People signing out campers must be listed on the Camper Release Form and have to be 18 and over. When completing the Camper Release Form, parents/guardians need to list themselves as well. All adults signing out a camper should bring a photo ID with them to verify their identity. Teen Interns are allowed to sign themselves out with adult permission.

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1-2 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963, United States

Operating year round, Bay Street Theatre is a not-for-profit regional theater presenting new, classic and contemporary works, with a commitment to challenging and entertaining our diverse community. This commitment extends to innovative educational programs that highlight the power of live theater. It is our mission to be an artistic haven for an extended family of artists and audience, while continuing to provide a gathering place to share in the unique collective theatrical experience.

Many of the productions that premiered or were developed at Bay Street have moved to Broadway, Off-Broadway, regionally and abroad, including NOBODY DON’T LIKE YOGI, HEDDA GABLER, LOVE JANIS, IF LOVE WERE ALL, FULL GALLOP, SWINGTIME CANTEEN and THREE HOTELS. Now in its 19th Season, Bay Street is considered ” …one of the Country’s pre-eminent regional theatres” ( CBS Sunday Morning ) and “…in the same league with the best major regional and Off-Broadway theatres.” ( Newsday )

In addition to the Mainstage productions, the variety of year-round programs at Bay Street include The Comedy Club, The Workshops, Special Events, and Educational Outreach Initiatives including Literature Live!, a Summer College Internship Program, Theatre Workshops and Kids Theatre Camps and Classes.

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Kids School Vacation Camps and Workshops!



9 am – 3 pm

Bay Street Theatre

$385 for the weeklong camp per child

The camps will be led by Bethany Dellapolla, and include instruction in acting, singing, dance, performance & more. In addition, there are fun, creative theater games and improvs to help develop skills and to encourage students to stretch their abilities as young actors. Students will learn standard songs and choreography, and are also encouraged to create their own original work. The camp ends in a performance on Friday, at the theater for friends and family.

“The sheer fun of improv comedy and acting exercises, or learning a song or developing a short theater piece, engages children in problem solving, creative thinking, and collaboration,” says Dellapolla. “Through simple character study, they walk in someone else’s shoes and gain insight into themselves and others.”

Camp size is limited and always sells out. For payment and more information, please call Lorien at 631-725-0818 ext. 129. For more information about the camps or other programming at Bay Street Theatre, log on to



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At Bay Street Kids Theatre Camp, Bethany Dellapolla leads improvs and acting exercises, and teaches all dance and choreography. She received her BA in both Theatre Performance and Radio/Television Production from SUNY New Paltz. Currently, she is pursuing her Master’s Degree in Childhood Education (Birth – 6), and is set to graduate in May with honors. She is a proud member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

Regional and NYC Acting Credits include: FOR NO GOOD REASON (Margie), WORKING (Delores Dante), THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE (Olive Ostrovsky), CABARET (Frenchie/Lady #2), THE LARAMIE PROJECT (Romaine, et al), COMPANY (Jenny), RUTHLESS! (Lita Encore), VAUDVILLE FOLLIES (Dancer), THE NEW WORLD (Featured Vocalist, NYC) and THE MISS FIRECRACKER CONTEST (Popeye, NYC).


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4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149, United States

Its Miami’s premier attraction! Its a place where dolphins fly, where fearsome moray eels lurk in coral reef caverns, where shimmering schools of exotic fish dance through underwater seascapes, and its the only p;lace where you will see the graceful beauty of a Pacific white sided dolphin combined with the awesome power of the three ton killer whale.

Its a world class marine life entertainment park with eight different marine animal shows and presentations offered each day!

Located just ten minutes from downtown Miami on beautiful Virginia Key, we offer visitors hours of fun – and it’s educational too. Across 38 landscaped acres, the marine life entertainment park provides a fun-filled mix of exhibits, shows, attractions, food and shopping opportunities that have made it a Miami institution.

Summer Camp

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Summer Camp

Let your child enjoy sun-and-fun-filled days of education and conservation at Miami Seaquarium’s summer camp. Our weekly programs vary by age and skills levels so you can find the program that is just right for your child. He or she will enjoy:

  • Up-close animal interactions
  • Animal shows
  • Field & art activities
  • Complimentary camp t-shirt
  • A souvenir water bottle
  • Snacks

Camp Seaquarium 2014 Themes

Flipper and Friends

This week campers will learn all about dolphins! Dolphin classification, body function, senses, and conservation will be discussed. Campers will learn in detail about the three types of dolphins we have at Miami Seaquarium. Dolphin training techniques and husbandry will also be explored.

Oceans in Motion

This week campers will learn about the world’s oceans. Campers will discover why waves, tides, currents, and ocean landscape are important to marine animals and to our planet. Ocean conservation topics will also be explored during this week of camp!

Ocean Rangers

Campers will learn about some unique habitats of Florida and how to conserve these habitats. Coral reefs, mangroves, sea grasses, beaches, and the Everglades will be explored this week. Campers will also learn about the plants and animals that make their homes in these special habitats.

Summer Camp Open House: Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18, 2014

Open House Hours: 10:00 a.m. –  2:30 p.m.

Open House Flyer Coming Soon

Summer Camp Dates: June 9, 2014 to August 15, 2014

Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Ages: 5-18


  • $200 for the first week
  • $185 for any additional weeks
  • $180 per week for pass members
  • $185 Additional sibling

Optional Camp Upgrade

Campers in grades K-high school can enroll in our Dolphin Encounter program. They’ll have the opportunity to touch, feed, play and learn training techniques with these amazing animals. No height requirement. Special pricing for Seaquarium campers. Limited Spaces.

Campers in grades 4-high school can enroll in our Dolphin Odyssey program.They’ll have the opportunity to touch, feed, play and learn training techniques with these amazing animals. The experience is highlighted by an awesome dorsal pull that’ll show you the true power of these amazing creatures.Children must be 52″ to participate in this program. Special pricing for Seaquarium campers. Limited Spaces.



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Spring Camp

Spring Camp

Springtime brings excitement to Miami Seaquarium® with the return of spring camp. The week long camp consists of one marine mammal show a day, at least one animal interaction a day, arts and crafts, interactive games, and much more!

Campers also enjoy:

  • T-shirt,
  • One Kodak photo
  • Lunch, Beverages, & Snacks

2014 Dates

March 24- March 28, 2014

This year’s Theme: Take a Walk on the Wild Side!

Ages: 5-18

Time: 9:30 am-4:30 pm (early care starts at 8:30 am and late care ends at 5:30 pm for additional cost)

2015 Dates

March 23-27, 2015



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Day Camp

Day Camp

Turn a day off from school into an education-packed experience at Miami Seaquarium®. At our educational day camps, children enjoy exciting animal interactions, marine mammal shows, art projects, games, and marine biology fun. From marine invertebrates to marine mammals, our broadly varied theme weeks offer a new experience each time your child attends. Day Camp includes lunch, snack, photo, and a t-shirt.


  • Friday, February 7: Groovy Reptiles
  • Monday, February 17: Dolphin Dreamland
  • Friday, March 21: Shark-mania!
  • Thursday, September 25: more information coming soon
  • Friday, October 24: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, November 4: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, November 11: more information coming soon


  • Friday, January 16: more information coming soon
  • Monday, January 19: more information coming soon
  • Monday, February 16: more information coming soon
  • Tuesday, February 17: more information coming soon
  • Friday, March 20: more information coming soon

Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


$50 per child

Pass Member: $45 per child

Early and late care is available (additional cost)


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Winter Camp

Winter Camp

Winter break brings excitement to Miami Seaquarium with the return of winter camp. The week long winter camp includes one marine mammal show a day, one to two animal interactions a day, arts and crafts projects, interactive games and much more!

Campers also enjoy:

  • T-shirt,
  • One Kodak photo
  • Lunch, Beverages, & Snacks

2014-2015 Dates

Week A: December 22-26, 2014 (no camp on Thursday, December 25th)

Week B: December 29, 2014- Jan. 2, 2015 (no camp on Thursday, January 1st)

Camp Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


$175 per week. Additional sibling $160.

$160 per week annual pass holders. Additional sibling $160.

Early care 8:30-9:30 a.m. (additional $20)

Late care 4:30-5:30 p.m. (additional $20)

Combo early/late care (additional $35)



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4908 Auburn Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814, United States

Imagination Stage in Bethesda, Maryland is a children’s theater company offering year-round productions of modern and classic plays. The organization also offers classes in drama, acting, dance musical theatre, and filmmaking for children of all ages. Summer theatre camps give campers the opportunity to take part in a full production of a musical or play.

Imagination Stage is the largest and most respected multi-disciplinary theatre arts organization for young people in the Mid-Atlantic region. We offer a year-round season of professional shows (adult actors performing for families and classes), after-school programs and summer camps for ages 1-18, and arts-integration professional development training for teachers, students, schools, and families. All of our programs are informed by our core belief in making the arts inclusive and accessible to all children, regardless of their physical, cognitive, or financial status.

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Summer Camp 2014 registration is now open!

Arts Explorer & Arts Adventure


Using adventure stories, folktales and fairytales as springboards, campers take imaginative journeys to faraway lands! Teaching artists lead students in theme-based explorations of creative drama, music, movement, and visual art. Make it a full-day camp by adding All That’s Hip-Hop to your Arts Adventure camp.

Arts Explorer (Ages 4-5) – 1 or 2-week Half-day Camps (9:00-12:00)

Arts Adventure (Grades 1-2) – 1 or 2-Week Half-day Camp (9:00-12:00, 12:30-3:30-weeks of 6/9 and 6/30)

Week-Long Flex Acting & Musical Theatre Camps – Grades 3-5 & 6-8

Our popular Flex Camps allow parents and campers to mix and match what that interests them most! Half-day sessions are offered in a variety of topics in dance and drama; you may choose the half-day option, or combine morning and afternoon sessions for a full-day opportunity.

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June Camps | July Camps | August Camps

Teen Acting Classes & Musical Theatre Boot Camps


These acting technique and musical theatre camps offer teens intensive one-week sessions in a conservatory-like setting, working with a team of professional teaching artists.

American University – Acting Camps and Dance Camps (Grades 7-10)

Imagination Stage – Acting Camps (Grades 8-12)

Imagination Stage – Musical Theatre Boot Camps (Grades 8-12)

Questions? Contact your camp mentor.

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Performance Summer Camps


Summer Camp 2014 registration is now open!

Musical Production Camp JR – Grades 2-4 (Formerly called Arts Express Camp)


Perform in a play at Imagination Stage! Under the guidance of our highly skilled Teaching Artists, campers learn valuable theatre arts skills in acting, singing, movement, and production design, and creating fun characters for the stage, all while rehearsing a production! The musicals for this age level are written by Imagination Stage faculty members, and are crafted especially to suit performers of this age group. Campers share their final performance wiith family and friends onstage in Imagination Stage’s Christopher and Dana Reeve Studio Theatre. Camp runs Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:30 with Before and After-care options available.

Session 1: June 16-27, 2014 (2 weeks), The Real Story of the Ugly Ducking 

Session 2: June 30-July 11, 2014 (2 weeks), Pomegranates for Persephone

Session 3: July 14-August 8, 2014 (4 weeks), Up the Beanstalk

Musical Production Camp SR – Grades 5-9

ROCKVILLE Training and performance, all in one camp! Working with professional directors, choreographers, and music directors from the DC Metro Theatre community, young artists experience intensive training to understand the actor’s process from auditions to the creation of believable and sustainable characters, to the final performance. Campers work on their acting, vocal, and dance skills which they can then apply to the rehearsal of a fully produced book musical. The final performance is held during the last week in the Charles E Smith Jewish Day School’s theatre in Rockville, MD.

Camp runs Monday-Friday from 9:30-4:00 with Before and After Care options available.

Session 1: June 16-July 11, 2014 (4 weeks), Honk, JR

Session 2: July 14-August 8, 2014 (4 weeks), Peter Pan

Musical Showcase – Grades 6-10

ROCKVILLE  The Musical Showcase brings campers together to collaborate on a showcase of showcase of the best classic and contemporary Broadway musical numbers. Campers work on their acting, vocal, and dance skills which they can then apply to rehearsals with their professional directors and choreographers. The final performance is held during the last week in the Charles E Smith Jewish Day School’s theatre in Rockville, MD.

Camp runs Monday-Friday from 9:30-4:00 with Before and After Care options available.

Session 1: June 16-June 27, 2014 (2 weeks), The Golden Age of Broadway

Session 2: July 14-25, 2014 (2 weeks), The Musical Comedy

Session 3: July 28-August 8, 2014 (2 weeks), Broadway’s Best of the 21st Century

Interested in carpooling to camps at Imagination Stage and our Rockville Campus? We facilitate carpools by compiling lists of interested families, helping make transportation to and from camp easier! We currently have students registered who live in Bethesda, Silver Spring, Olney, Gaithersburg, and DC. Carpools help campers (and parents!) make new friends, ease transportation time, and help us all go GREEN! 


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Summer Camp 2014 registration is now open! 

Summer is the perfect time for emerging dancers to learn new techniques, as well as expand their knowledge of dance style and choreography. Imagination Stage is excited to return to the state-of-the-art dance studios at American University for its one-week half-day middle and high school dance camps. We, also, continue our flex dance camps at our main location in Bethesda for grades 3-5 and 6-8. Campers expand their repertoire through the study of different dance styles including Contemporary, Broadway Jazz, and Hip-Hop.

Week Long Teen Camps – Grades 7-10

Dancers expand their repertoire through and intensive investigation of specific dance styles, including Contemporary, Broadway Jazz, and Hip-Hop taught by master teachers in state-of-the-art dance studios and classrooms. Appropriate attire required.

One-Week Dance Camps – Grades 7-10

Also, check out our Acting Camps at American University! Mix and match these half-day camps to create a full-day camp experience.

Week Long Dance & Musical Theatre Camps – Gr. 3-5 or 6-8

Our popular Flex Camps allow parents and campers to mix and match what that interests them most! With locations around the DC area there’s a near home or work. Half-day sessions are offered in a variety of topics in dance and drama; you may choose the half-day option, or combine morning and afternoon sessions for a full-day opportunity. Extend the day with before and/or after-care at many locations.
June Camps | July Camps | August Camps

Questions? Contact Marcia Howard | 301-280-1643 |


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Filmmaking Summer Camps


Summer Camp 2014 registration is now open!

Imagination Stage offers its filmmaking program in a unique and comprehensive camp environment. Young filmmakers are placed in small teams to complete short narrative films from concept to final cut. Emphasis is placed on the fundamentals and process of filmmaking: story analysis, pre-production techniques, composition, cinematography, editing, and sound. Professional films are screened and analyzed while campers begin to create their own aesthetic.

Campers who have participated in previous film camps and/or classes are paired with filmmakers of comparable experience or may choose to participate in the Advanced Filmmaking Academy to reach the next level of their education in the craft of filmmaking. Projects are screened in an end of camp premiere in the Imagination Stage’s Christopher and Dana Reeve Studio Theatre. View sample videos from our Filmmaking Students

Filmmaking – Grades 5-8 Filmmaking – Grades 9-12

Advanced Filmmaking Academy – Grades 8-12

Essentials of Animation – Grades 5-12

QUESTIONS? Contact Your Mentor: David Stern | 301-280-1649 |

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2014 Spring Break Camps


Spring Break Camps – April 14-18, 2014

Mornings, afternoons or full day camps in Drama, Dance, Filmmaking,or a combination. Make it an awesome Spring Break, and get your child’s creative juices flowing. It’s way more fun than hanging out at home! After-care available.

Morning Session: 9:00-12:00

Afternoon Session: 12:30-3:30

Grades K-1

MorningCreate a Story or Hip-Hop | Afternoon: Theatre Sampler or Musical Theatre Dance Sampler

Grades 2-3

Morning: The Actor’s Detective Kit or Musical Theatre Song & DanceAfternoonTheatre Sampler or Jazz & Hip-Hop Dance Fusions

Grades 4-5

Morning: Acting Boot Camp | Afternoon: Theatre Sampler

Grades 6-8
Morning: Theatre Sampler | Afternoon: Acting Boot Camp
Grades 5-8 – Filmmaking and Film Acting Camps

All-Day (9:00-4:00): Filmmaking 

All-Day (9:00-4:00): Film Acting


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