Tidewater Players youth programs

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"Making Your Stars Shine a Little Brighter"

Tidewater Players' Youth Programs Summer Camps have always provided an opportunity for children to experience activities that inspire, enrich, and enlighten their lives through the celebration of live theater in a safe and positive environment. This season we how to deepen that experience by partnering with the STAR Centre to double our resources and keep increased perfunctory production costs down.

2024 Summer Camps

Please select from the theater summer camp programs in partnership with the STAR Centre and the City of Havre de Grace below for more information. 

Tidewater Juniors 

  • Willy Wonka (ages 5-12)  JULY 1-12, 2024
  • 101 Dalmations  (K-6)  JUNE 24-28, 2024

Tidewater Teens

  • Mean Girls - High School Version (ages 13-18)  JUNE 10-21, 2024

Tidewater Player's School of Performing Arts and Dance

Our classes for students, ages 5-18, focus on creating a strong foundation, for a lasting career in performance and dance.

Imagination Theater (ages 5-8)

Students will join a teaching artist in exploring a new story each class (or series of classes). They will do warm-up activities, read the story, and act it out as a class. Classes will also incorporate music and movement as possible.

Musical Theater 101 - (Ages 9-12)

During this class, students will cultivate valuable life skills, including teamwork, memorization and self-discipline. They will also learn about the business side of musical theatre, and what it takes to put on a show from backyards to Broadway.

Each month the class will focus on a particular show. They will discuss different aspects of the show including composer(s), actors, style, overall success, and how it affected musical theatre as a whole. They will learn a group number from each show, with the goal of creating a full length review, or showcase.

Musical Theater 102 (Ages 13-18)

During this class, students will cultivate valuable life skills, including teamwork, memorization and self-discipline. They will also learn about the business side of musical theatre, and what it takes to put on a show from backyards to Broadway.

Each month the class will focus on a particular shows or numbers. They will discuss different aspects of the show including composer(s), actors, style, overall success, and how it affected musical theatre as a whole. They will learn a group number from each show, with the goal of creating a full length review, or showcase.

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