Worcester Academy’s Performing Arts Camp is a performing arts program for students aged 7 to 14. The two-week session includes practice and rehearsal time for acting, music, and stagecraft skills, and culminates with performances of two original one-act musicals, one for our older camps and other for our younger campers.
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|About the Director’s|
David Plante is wrapping up his tenth year on the faculty at Worcester Academy, serving as the technical theater director for all school productions. He is an experienced technical theater instructor, particularly in his skills with lighting design. In addition to a decade at Worcester Academy, he has made theater with Wachusett Regional High School, North Middlesex Regional High School, and Studio Theatre Worcester. He has done the musical theater summer program at Worcester Academy for seven years now, and is looking forward to another great experience this year!
Lucy Tew is about to begin her third year on the faculty at Worcester Academy, serving as the middle school theater teacher and director of middle school productions. She is an experienced writer, performer, and director of students ranging in age from 5 to 19. Prior to Worcester Academy, she has made theater with the MacDuffie School, the Washington Street Players, Black Cat Theater of South Hadley, Conundrum Theater Company, and AUP School. This will be her second summer at the Worcester Academy summer program for musical theater. She can’t wait to get started!
|July 10th – 21st, 2023|
|Boys and Girls Age 7 – 14|
|Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm|
|$800 for Two Week Session|
Worcester Academy Performance Center
14 Marion Avenue
|What to Bring|