- Your Visit
This year EPAC returns with its newly designed format in which the students are the driving force behind the development of all programming. Our primary focus is to cultivate the artistic mind and awaken the vast intellectual potential within all campers by providing them both ownership and creative license as they explore their individual interests.
Due to the popular demand and overwhelming request, EPAC's Center Stage Summer Theater Camp will now open camp registration to students entering grades 8 and 9. We will also extend the 10 percent discounted rate for anyone who registers by April 30*. Center Stage Summer Theater Camp is a 4-week program from July 10 through August 4. For more information, you may call 717-733- 7966 or email camp director Irving Gonzalez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*please note this only applies to new registries. We cannot pro-rate to those registries already registered.
Each camper will have the unique opportunity to participate in both the construction and design of his or her own collaborative production. This will involve developing proper costumes, props, lighting design, script development, and plot analysis–culminating in a final performance. With an emphasis on remaining artistically organic and working through a process that emphasizes leadership and individuality, campers will gain a much deeper appreciation of the behind-the-scenes work that goes into producing a theatrical performance.
Our campers will work alongside Center Stage Theater Camp educators as they take on various roles as directors, choreographers, playwrights, scenic designers, and stage managers, as well as actors and performers. These challenging tasks are designed to be well within their capacity for learning and will allow them to grow at their own pace.
At the end of each week, the campers will give an informal presentation for their parents or guardians showing their accomplishments and growth. At the end of all four weeks, a final show will be presented for a public performance. Please note that it is not required for campers to perform in the final show to attend camp and participate fully in each week’s activities.