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Corban University

Theatre Camp

Theatre Camp 2021 | Jul 26–Aug 7


Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:00pm
Dress Rehearsal:
August 5 (elementary and middle school stay until 3:30pm; high school stays until 4:30pm)
Showcase Recital: August 7
Daily camp attendance is mandatory
Unavoidable or last-minute conflicts (such as family death or illness) are the only exceptions.

Registration Deadline: July 1, 2021
Scholarship Application Deadline: June 15, 2021

Camp Information:

For grades 4–12
Grade is determined by the student’s entry in September 2021.

Each summer, Corban University offers a two-week theatre camp for students entering grades 4–12. this positive and fun training will provide education in theatre skills while raising students’ appreciation for and understanding of the arts. We provide a platform for students to explore and express their God-given creativity and imagination while encouraging them to delight in the theatre process and the end-product.

All of our camp teachers are thoroughly background-checked.

Camp Director: Professor Tamara McGinnis


Register by May 15 for the early-bird pricing of $200. After May 15, the camp fee is $250. Registration due date: July 1, 2021.

Every registration must be accompanied by a $30 non-refundable deposit.

Full and partial scholarships are available! Submit the scholarship application no later than June 15 for consideration.

$25 off each registration for families of three or more.

No admits at the door without previous registration.

Theatre Camp and COVID-19:

After having to cancel Theatre Camp 2020, we are excited to be back! The last year has been full of uncertainty and change, and throughout the last academic year we at Corban Theatre have been doing our best to innovate and keep going strong in the midst of the health-crisis. As with our university productions, we have had to take a hard look at how we do Theatre Camp, question past practices, and figure out how to create a safe and healthy environment that is also fun and educational for our students.

Here’s a bit about the changes we are making to keep your students and households safe. Please keep in mind that we will be adjusting camp behaviors and requirements based on changing state mandates.

  • Groups will be limited to 10 campers each, maximum.
  • Social distancing will be practiced, and we will use only classrooms with a socially-distanced room capacity of 12 or more people. We will also work outside when feasible.
  • Masks will be required in the classrooms, and either masks or special acting hoods will be required on the stage.
  • Camper temperatures will be taken daily at check-in.
    • Note: Campers demonstrating symptoms of illness will be asked to stay home. We will do all we can to accommodate these students via Zoom until they are symptom-free. Students who are absent more than three days will need to withdraw from camp.
  • Due to current research on transmission, we will probably not be singing.
  • Appropriate disinfecting measures will be observed throughout the camp.
  • Depending on crowd limits, recital guests may be limited in number. We may adopt a multi-recital format in lieu of a mass performance.

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