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Cast of Into the Woods Broadway Bound Camp 2019

Summer Camp 2024!

2024 Camp Dates! 

Antic Arts Comedic Acting Camp June 3-14 9am-3:30pm

Rock, Roll, Repeat! Music Camp June 17-28 9am-12pm

First Spotlight Acting Camp June 17-28 12:30-4:30pm

Broadway Bound Musical Theatre July 1-3 & 8-19 9am-4:30pm

Rising Stars Acting Camp July 8-12 9:00am-12:00pm

Dungeons & Dragons Game Camp July 15-19 9am-12pm or 12:30-4:30pm, or July 29-Aug 2 12:30-4:30pm

Why choose our camps?  All performing arts camp sessions conclude with a fully-mounted live performance for family and friends in a real professional theatre, complete with costumes, set, lighting, and sound.  In addition, our musical theatre shows are performed with a live band!

Registration is open!!! 

Our camps can be reimbursed with ESA funds. 

Discounts Available!

$50 off through April 1, 2024 for early registration

$25-$50 off for students registered for a Spring II session class 

$25 off for returning campers from previous summers 

$25 off additional sibling discount

Discounts for additional camps/classes if one student is registered for multiple

20% off all camps/classes for Club Members

Scholarships available!

Classes for younger & beginning actors:  
Superheroes Antic Arts Camp Troubadour Theatre

Antic Arts: Comedic Acting Camp

Ages 11-18, All levels of experience welcome

June 3-14 2024 M-F 9:00am-3:30pm

Instructor: Kristen Wheeler

Cost: $425, or only $400 thru May 1

Camp Location: Troubadour Theatre Studio 4500 E Speedway #18

Production: Marcus is Walking by Joan Ackermann

Performance: Friday June 14 5:00pm, The Cabaret at Arizona Theatre Company

Students will learn acting skills, starting at the beginning (a quick review for those more advanced) and then leading into advanced acting exercises.  The day is broken up into acting lessons, improv games, play rehearsal, and other theatre lessons like: costume design, scenic painting, and directing, with the majority of the time being spent on play rehearsal. All students will receive a role in the play, with auditions taking place on the first day of camp. Camp concludes with a fully-mounted production of a comedic play in a real professional theatre, complete with lights, sound, set, and costumes. Students are also able to sign up for an optional apprenticeship to help with the costumes, set, props, stage management, and directing for the show.  

Rock Roll Repeat Camp Troubadour Theatre

Rock, Roll, Repeat! Music Camp

Ages 11-18, Musicians required to have taken some instrument lessons prior, singers also welcome w/o experience

June 17-28 2024, M-F 9:00am-12:00pm

Instructors: Jace Hampton, Alex Greengaard

Cost: $250, or only $225 thru May 1

Class Location:  Troubadour's Studio 4500 E Speedway #18

Performance: A Rock Concert!  Friday June 28, 6pm

Performance Location: The Cabaret at Arizona Theatre Company

Students will together form a band and select songs for a rock concert to be performed for live at the conclusion of the camp.  The average camp day will consist of learning songs and rehearsing for the concert.  Musicians are required to have taken some instrument lessons prior, in either piano/keyboard, drums, bass, or guitar.  Singers are also welcome to sign up for the camp even if they don't have any stage experience and don't play an instrument.  Songs are chosen by the students and in the past have come from an array of genres: classic rock, alternative, pop, and even musical theatre (i.e. students do not have to be into rock music to sign up!) 

First Spotlight Camp Princess Who Troubadour Theatre

First Spotlight: Young Actors camp

Ages 7-12, All levels of experience welcome

June 17-28 2024, M-F 12:30-4:30pm

Instructors: Carrie Silverman, Cisi Olivar

Cost: $325, or only $300 thru May 1

Production: The Velveteen Rabbit, adapted by Lauren Mayer

Camp Location: Troubadour Theatre Studio 4500 E Speedway #18

Performance Location: The Cabaret at Arizona Theatre Company

Performance: Friday June 28, 4:30pm

Students will learn the fundamentals of acting, play theatre and improv games, and rehearse a play to be performed live on the last day of camp.  Students of all experience levels are welcome as the instructors work with students individually on building their acting skills based on where they're at at the start of camp. All students will receive a role in the play with casting occurring on the 1st and 2nd camp of camp. The performance will be a fully-mounted production of a fairy-tale play and take place in a real professional theatre, complete with lights, sound, set, and costumes.   

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Broadway Bound: Musical Theatre CamP

Ages 11-18, All levels experience welcome

July 1-19 2024 (NO camp on July 4 or 5 for the holiday weekend)

 M-F 9:00am-4:30pm (13 total camp days)

Camp Full, email to be added to waitlist

Instructors: Kristen Wheeler, Jake Walters, Alex Greengaard, Kris Hoffman

Cost: $575

Camp Location: Tucson Girls Chorus, 4020 E River Rd

Tucson AZ 85718

Production: The Addams Family (Young@Part edition)

Performance Location: Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre

Performances: 3:30pm and 6:00pm on Fri July 19 

Camp Wed 7/17, Thurs 7/18, and Fri 7/19 will be at the performance location

Students will learn about acting, singing, dancing and perform in a Broadway musical to conclude the camp.  The camp day will consist of musical vocal lessons/warm ups, music/singing rehearsal, scene rehearsal/blocking, dance rehearsal, acting lessons, improv games, and other theatre lessons like costume design, directing and character analysis/exercises. This camp is longer than our other sessions to accommodate for additional time needed for music and choreography to prepare for the performance.  The musical performance will be a fully-mounted production in a real professional theatre, complete with a live band, costumes, lights, set, and props.  It is taught by our music director, 2 play directors, and a choreographer. 




Music and Lyrics by ANDREW LIPPA 

Based on Characters Created by Charles Addams 

Originally produced on Broadway by Stuart Oken, Roy Furman, Michael Leavitt, Five Cent Productions, Stephen Schuler, Decca Theatricals, Scott M. Delman, Stuart Ditsky, Terry Allen Kramer, Stephanie P. McClelland, James L. Nederlander, Eva Price, Jam Theatricals/Mary LuRoffe, Pittsburgh CLO/Gutterman ­Swinsky, Vivek Tiwary/Gary Kaplan, The Weinstein Company/Clarence, LLC, Adam Zotovich/Tribe Theatricals; By Special Arrangement with Elephant Eye Theatrical 

Young@Part Edition adapted by Marc Tumminelli and originally workshopped at Broadway Workshop in NYC 


The Addams Family Young@Part is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide 

I 180 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 640, New York, NY 10036. 

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rising stars: Young Actors camp

Ages 6-10, beginner-friendly camp, all levels of experience welcome

July 8-12 2024, M-F 9:00am-12:00pm ONE WEEK

Instructor: Polly Schlitz 

Cost: $150

Production: A story based on Orion and the Dark

Camp/Performance Location: Troubadour Theatre Studio 4500 E Speedway #18

Performance: Friday July 12, 11:45am (performance in the classroom space)

Students will learn acting skills and exercises, play theatre and improv games, and prepare for a performance.  Reading is not required in this camp for younger students.  This is a shorter camp meant as an introduction to theatre, and has a less-formal performance than "First Spotlight".  

Dungeons and Dragons Camp Troubadour Theatre

Dungeons & Dragons: Game camp

All levels of experience welcome

Session 1: Ages 10-14, July 8-12 Afternoons 12:30-4:30 Ned Vail, FULL

Session 2: Ages 10-14, July 15-19 Mornings 9:00am-12:00pm Ned Vail, FULL

Session 3: Ages 12-18, July 15-19 2024  Afternoons 12:30-4:30 Eli Holman, FULL

Session 4: Ages 10-18, July 29-Aug 2 2024 Afternoons 12:30-4:30 Eli Holman, FULL

email to be added to the waiting list! 

Cost: $175

Class Location: Troubadour Theatre Studio 4500 E Speedway #18

All weeks are full, please email for waitlist

Students will play the classic role playing game, Dungeons & Dragons, in a fantasy campaign lead by an expert game master.  Role-playing games like this build acting skills through collaborative story-telling, and encourage teamwork, building social skills, self-expression, and imagination, all skills important in theatre.  Students are welcome to sign up regardless of if they have played the game prior, as camp will begin with a tutorial and character workshop for those who are new.  Each session is limited to 8 students (as that is how many can participate in a game together), and will likely fill, to register early. Troubadour Theatre is an approved D&D Educator with Wizards of the Coast. 

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