In-Person - Summer Drama Camps: June 7 - July 31th, 2021
CAMPS ON SALE NOW - LIMITED AVAILABILITY - REGISTER TODAY

 

Center Stage Academy summer camps are a FUN and creative way to experience the arts and build self-confidence. 

Our youth spend two weeks working on a musical that they will get to perform on the Center’s Main Stage!

CSA Summer Camps introduce your children to the world of theater and performance. Each two-week session is jam packed with everything your child needs to know about musical theater. In this exciting, hands-on “Theater Boot Camp” your child will experience the thrill of auditions, casting, rehearsing and participating in a live performance to a limited audience! Most of all-they have a blast as they work as a team to create a show they can be proud of!

​​The two weeks culminates in a live performance to a limited audience with set, props, and lighting. Each camper receives a show t-shirt, a link to a recording of the performance and two complimentary tickets for their family to use during the performances.

Full Day Camp: $300 per session

Payment in Full is due at registration*

Ages 9-18

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday

Performances at 3:00pm and 5:00pm on the last day of camp 

​What is included:

  • A Camp T-Shirt

  • A Link to the filmed performance 

  • 2 complimentary show tickets for a parent/guardian

Scholarships are available and the application can be found here.  The deadline to turn in scholarship applications for all camps is May 28th. You must register for the camp(s) you want AND fill out the scholarship form. 

Camp Format with COVID-19 Updated Procedures 

  • Parents will not be entering the building for camps, drop in and drop off will occur on the Church Street side of the building.

  • Campers will be placed in 'pods' of ten students. Each pod will remain together for all activities, classroom settings and lunch. Pods will not have to socially distance within the pod, but will be socially distanced from all other pods when possible. 

  • Performances will take place on the final day of camp and will be recorded. Two family members will be allowed in the audience for the final performance. A link to the filmed performance will be sent via email a few days after the performance to be shared with family and friends. 

  • All campers will need to bring a lunchbox/sack lunch each day along with a water bottle and snack. Food will not be provided by the Center and there will not be water fountain access. 

  • If a member of a pod tests positive for COVID-19, all members of the pod will need to quarantine for the recommended amount of time. 

  • If CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, masks and quarantine periods change then these procedures are subject to change. 

*Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be given if cancellation notice is received 2 weeks or more prior to the first day of camp. 

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Step 1: Register

click button to fill out form

Step 2: Pay

Contact Education Director Denise Parton

(denise@boroarts.org or call

615-904-2787 and dial ext 1210) with any questions.

Safety Precautions and Guidelines - Subject to Change with updated CDC Information and Guidelines 

The Center for the Arts is following guidelines set forth in the Tennessee Pledge and CDC Guideines to keep all students, teaching artists and staff safe while taking part in classes. 

Steps Include: 

Temperature checks and screening questions must be answered prior to entering The Center. 

Students and Staff will wear facial coverings at all times. Masks must be provided from home but can be purchased for $2 if lost or forgotten. 

Reduced class capacity to allow for social distancing within pods.

 

Food and water fountain access will not be provided. Campers should bring a sack lunch, snack, and water bottle each day. 

Parents will not be entering the building for camps, drop in and drop off will occur on the Church Street side of the building. 

The Center will remain closed to the public while camp is in session. 

All guidelines are subject to change with CDC and local health recommendations regarding COVID-19.