Ferdinand the Bull Camp

“The positive enrichment of the camps and the theatrical exposure has heightened my child’s self-esteem and boosted a wonderful outlook on life.”

– Rose Wheeler


Intermediate Camps

Intermediate Camps range from comedy to Shakespeare to Stage Combat and are designed based on age groups. All of these camps are instructed by professionals in the business and are sure to be a fascinating look into the world of theater. Make lasting friendships, have fun, and learn new skills.  Camps occur during school’s Winter Recess, Spring Break and the Summer Vacation.

Camps serve a variety of ages and skill levels, currently starting at 6 year olds.

There is something for everyone!

Please call the theater at (802) 229-0492 or Email for more information.
All Sales Final!
Some Scholarship Assistance may be available.
Camp Registration Form (complete when purchasing camp)



Dance-Theater Storytime

Youth (Production) Camp- Dance-Theater Storytime: 
The Song of the Sea

M-F, 9am-4pm: Feb 27-Mar 3
no audition necessary, for ages 9 & up. (slightly younger students may be accepted via interview/audition process)

In one week, go from the page to the stage in a movement-based original theater piece telling the celtic legend of the Selkie (beings who are seals in the sea and humans on land).
Led by noted choreographer & singer-actor Taryn Noelle.

Full day.  
Primary Camp objectives include Character Development, Physical Conditioning, Modern Dance techniques, developing your Storytelling Tools, Expressive Potential, Dynamics, Rehearsal Preparation and dealing with performance.

Previous performance a plus but not necessary. An ability to focus, stay focused, work well with others, and follow direction are required.
Public Performance: Fri, Mar 3 at 5:30pm.  



Ensemble StoryTelling: Fractured Fables!

Youth (Production) Camp-
Ensemble Storytelling: Fractured Fables

M-F, 9am-4pm: June 19-23
No audition, for ages 9–16. 

In one week, create an original theater piece, from favorite Aesop’s Fables and other fairytales. Incorporates acting, body work, vocal support, costume & prop elements.
Gain skills, develop focus and stamina in classes, rehearsal process & staged public performance of your original show.
Challenges include ensemble work, choral speaking, acting with your whole body, outrageous characterizations, and more.

Previous Experience, stamina, and ability to focus needed. Full day. 
Public Performance: Fri, June 23 at 5:30pm  
$350 ($315 before 5/1/17)


Theater Play for Everyday

For ages 6--9
9am - Noon
Mon-Fri, July 10-14

Great intro to acting and the organized, chaotic world of imagination that is theater. Characters, comedy, silly rhymes, physical improv, and fun exercises. Individual & group work serves first-time and younger students.
This workshop is Full of laughter. Camp ends with an Interactive Sharing for family and friends.
Led by actor-dancer-choreographer-singer and teacher extraordinairre: Taryn Noelle

Previous Experience or Audition Not Required.

$225.  $190 if purchased before 5/15/17

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