Youth Camps

To register for youth camps, click the link below to download the registration form which can be printed and filled out and sent with payment to:
Maples Repertory Theatre
102 N. Rubey Street
Macon, MO 63552

Click here for the camp registration form

You may also sign up on the first day of camp.

  • Calamity Jane and the Showdown at Dry Gulch

Maples Repertory Theatre provides three separate camps to tend to artists of all ages and experience levels:

Teen Camp (May 31 – June 17, 2017):

Teen Camp provides young actors, actresses, and technicians the opportunity to hone their craft. A classical theatre piece is chosen that will challenge and excite our young students – from Shakespeare to Oscar Wilde. Students in the “performance track” perform their piece at the end of approximately two weeks of rehearsals. Those in the “tech track” have opportunities for hands on work and mentorship in directing, stage management, the scene shop, costume shop and more! Additional classes relevant to the production are also provided. Performance track spots are available via audition only.

Performance Camp (June 26 – July 1, 2017):

Performance camp explores the exciting world of musical theatre! All attendees are cast and taught a musical in our 5 day rehearsal process then perform for parents and friends! Additional workshops may be taught throughout the week as rehearsal time permits. Performance camp is an excellent opportunity for students age 7 – 18, and is appropriate for both the beginner and the advanced performer. The result of this camp is a fully costumed, choreographed, one hour long musical fun for the whole family. Previous shows have included Calamity Jane and the Showdown at Dry Gulch and We are Monsters!

Skills Camp (July 24 – 28, 2017):

Maples Repertory Theatre’s Skills Camps provide an excellent opportunity for those interested in honing their theatre skills. Classes vary from year to year based on the talents of the professional company keeping camp new and exciting every time! Previous classes have included: dance, music, scenic painting, stage combat, storytelling, improvisation, and more. On the last day of camp, we give parents and friends an informal showing of many of the skills we learned. This camp is recommended for those age 6 and up.