Performing Arts Camps

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Ridgefield School of Dance

66 Grove St, Ridgefield, CT 06877, USA
The Ridgefield School of Dance is a school of excellence, discipline, challenge and joy, and is supported by a faculty of current and former professional dancers. We offer pre-professional and recreational classes in Classical Ballet and Jazz. In addition to Ballet and Jazz, we offer Pre-Ballet, Modern, Lyrical, Tap, Musical Theater Dance, and adult classes along with Summer Dance Programs as an integral part of our curriculum.
kids music lessons, kids music camps
(860) 439-2749

Thames Valley Music School

270 Mohegan Avenue New London, CT 06320
Located on the campus of Connecticut College, Thames Valley Music School is recognized as one of the finest private music schools in New England and has been providing the highest quality musical instruction to the residents of Southeastern Connecticut since 1979. We offer individual instruction in piano, stringed and wind instruments, percussion, voice and music theory, as well as ensembles for all ages and abilities, including our new Orchestra for advanced students.
203.993.5897

Sabrinas Encore Productions LLC

153 South Main Street Newtown CT 06470
SEP is a school focusing on the training of all aspects of musical theatre for students of all ages. From training in voice, dance and acting to performance we have the opportunity for each student to shine. Classes are year round, and performance troupes go into production twice per year, our Summer Camps are unmatched in quality of instruction and performance!
(860) 489-7180 Ext. 128

Warner Theatre

68 Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790
Built by Warner Brothers Studios and opened in 1931 as a movie palace, the Warner Theatre is described as "Connecticut's Most Beautiful Theatre". Warner offers more than 160 public performances and serves 100,000 patrons year-round. Over 8,000 children ages 2 through Grade 12 are impacted by the theatre's arts education programs. Programs include after-school enrichment, field trips, Summer Arts, and the Young Actors Series, where students have the chance to perform on the Warner's magnificent Main Stage!
203.225.6079

Center Stage Shelton

54 Grove St Shelton, CT 06484
Center Stage's purpose is to enhance the cultural environment within its community; to present high quality theatrical productions at affordable prices; to encourage growth and education through the performing arts; and to provide a means for interested adults, teens and children to experience and participate in various aspects of live theater.
860-515-8115

New Britain Youth Theater

362 Main Street, Berlin, CT 06037
NBYT brings together the best of community and educational theater for children and teens in Connecticut.
(203) 225-6079

Center Stage Theatre

54 Grove St. Shelton, CT 06484
Kids art classes CT
(203)245-2689

Madison Arts Barn

8 Campus Drive, Madison CT 06443
The Friends of Madison Youth is a non-profit organization that runs programs and events out of the youth center at The Madison Arts Barn. The youth of the Connecticut shoreline can attend and participate in concerts, creative and academic workshops, theatrical performances, skate jams and more. Programs include theatrical productions, leadership opportunities, educational support services, artisitic and technology competitions and trainings, social events, summer camps and workshops. We strive to create a safe, substance-free environment that nurtures artistic expression, creativity and self-confidence.
860-768-4451

Summer Musical Theatre Intensive at The Hartt Community

200 Bloomfield Avenue West Hartford, CT 06117
Spend two weeks at the University of Hartford fostering excellence, artistry, and a love of musical theatre. The Hartt School Community Division’s Summer Musical Theatre Intensives offer a full-day musical- theatre training experience for youth, lead by faculty from Broadway and the University. The Preprofessional program is for students age 14–20, and includes a residential option for those looking to live on campus. The session runs July 9–20, 2018. Applications are due April 6. The Junior program is for students in grades 4–8. The session runs July 16–27. Applications are due May 18.