Save your drama for Acting Out! Their camps (ages 7-14) and workshops celebrate creativity through developing drama skills, ensemble building and a whole lot of fun.
This summer, CSArts Academy provides a creative and nurturing environment for students (8-15) to pursue the arts. Classes and intensives at both the beginner and advanced level include: acting for the camera (film or TV), musical theatre revue, theatre arts exploration, special effects makeup, and production & design.
Acting classes, vocal/ singing classes, and dancing classes (hip-hop/ K-pop) for all ages.
Musical Theatre West and Go-Fame Youth Theatre Company are teaming up for their Summer Youth Conservatory, The Frozen Jr. Edition, for ages 8-18. Each day of camp will include workshops, training, and rehearsals taught by theatre professionals; special guests; and lessons in play production, set design, lighting, costuming, and make-up.
OCCT trains each child in the crafts and skills required for the theatre, and places great importance on developing the child’s self-esteem. This summer’s camps for ages 5-18 include: From Zero to Hero; Puppy Overload; and Who’s the Baddest of Them All. Dancing Queen is for ages 12 and up.
Theatre acting camps for kids and teens (grades 3-12) can include: voice, movement, character development, improv, combat, playwriting, audition techniques and more, taught by experienced, professional artists. Participants (grades 7-12) learn what it means to “act” a song and “sing” a scene in their musical theatre camps. Plus, SCR’s Teen Improv Class, offered July 27 – August 8.
Is your camper ready to star in an unrivaled 45-minute fully-staged show with The Young Americans? Forty college-age performers from around the world lead a week of voice, dance, comedy improvisation, songwriting, performance techniques, and more – and at the end of the week, campers perform in a 2-act show alongside The Young Americans! So Cal locations include Long Beach, Irvine, and more.
The Wallis’ family programming includes in-depth courses for young artists; theater programs for young people with autism; a summer intensive with Broadway performers; free dance lessons with Debbie Allen; and family-friendly performances.
Act Out Theatre Company offers tuition-free theatre and arts education to at-risk youth and traditionally under-served children in Long Beach.
A performing arts program that offers classes, workshops, and camps to train the next generation of talented performers. Classes include musical theatre, film/TV, glee club, and private vocal, piano, and acting lessons. Programs for teens also available.
Arts & Learning Conservatory programs include theater for youth as young as kindergarten; vocal workshop; beginning acting; teen voice; intro to tap; and improv. After-school programs, musical camps and school productions.
A youth theater company that trains students (ages 6-18) in voice, dance, and acting with an emphasis on spiritual principles.
They offer shows geared for young audiences. Shows are performed by kids (ages 8-20), with auditions open to the public. All performances held at the historic Ebell Theater.
The Youth Theatre has been producing Broadway musicals since 1980. Over the years over 3100 young people between the ages of 8 to 18 have participated. Shows are presented with complete professional lighting, sound, full costumes and complete sets.
The Children’s Theatre of Long Beach puts on main stage productions and offers educational programs for children and families.
Theater opportunities for children (ages 3 – grade 12) and entertaining productions for the community. Vacation-break camps that culminate in performances are also available.
Kids (ages 8-18) learn about and experience theater from audition to performance, both on stage and behind the scenes. They produce two large-scale musicals, small-scale shows as well as offer classes and workshops.
This four-week conservatory features instruction in acting, music, dance and playwriting taught by industry professionals.
Acting and musical theater classes for ages 9-18, as well as fully-produced theatrical productions designed for young audiences. Workshops, and summer camps available.
The Playhouse produces 13 shows annually while actively collaborating with other artists and arts organizations.