Sign up for Summer Theater Camps

In-person Theater Day Camps:


Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier

2020 Summer Camp at Joe’s Movement Emporium, weekly June 22-Aug 28, 2020



Online Theater Day Camps:


City of Greenbelt Recreation Department

Registration for 2020 Spring and Summer camps opens February 3, 2020 for residents and February 18, 2020 for non-residents of the City of Greenbelt. Click here for all opportunities.
NOTE: These are the theater camps. Greenbelt also has summer camps in the areas of Sports, Outings, and others.
NOTE: All 2020 camps are online.

2020 Creative Kids Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Performance Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Circus Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Camp Encore with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Crankie Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020

Prince George’s County camps:

Registration for 2020 Summer Camps & PreSchool courses begins…
Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 9am for Prince George’s County residents
Saturday, March 1, 2020 at 9am for non-residents
To sign up click here and search for the appropriate keyword, “Theatre”, “Musical”, “Theater”, “Drama”, etc.
NOTE: These are the theater camps. The M-NCCP also has summer camps in the areas of Visual Arts, Sports, STEM, and others.
NOTE: All 2020 camps are online.

2020 Theatre Clubhouse Camp, Summer 2020
2020 Vocal Clubhouse Camp, Summer 2020

Register for Spring Theatre Camps and Classes

2020 Spring Camps and Classes


City of Greenbelt Recreation Department
Registration for 2020 Spring and Summer camps opens February 3, 2020 for residents and February 18, 2020 for non-residents of the City of Greenbelt. Click here for all opportunities.
2020 Spring Break Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, Apr 6 – Apr 10
2020 Spring Break Circus Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, Apr 6 – Apr 10


Prince George’s County
Registration for 2020 Spring classes opens February 10, 2020 for residents and February 18, 2020 for non-residents of Prince George’s County.
2020 Spring Home-School Theater Class at Huntington Community Center, Mar 17-May 5
2020 Spring Teen Theater Skills Workshop at Huntington Community Center, Mar 18-May 6
2020 Spring Break Theater Camp at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Apr 6-10

Charis Center for the Arts

On-going performing arts and theater classes.

Register now for Greenbelt’s Camp Encore and other Spring and Summer Camps

Register now for Greenbelt’s Camp Encore and other Spring and Summer Camps

City of Greenbelt Recreation Department

Registration for 2020 Spring and Summer camps opens February 3, 2020 for residents and February 18, 2020 for non-residents of the City of Greenbelt. Click here for all opportunities.
NOTE: These are the theater camps. Greenbelt also has summer camps in the areas of Sports, Outings, and others.

2020 Spring Break Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, Apr 6 – Apr 10
2020 Spring Break Circus Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, Apr 6 – Apr 10

2020 Creative Kids Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Festival Arts Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Performance Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Circus Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
2020 Camp Encore with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020
Show: Camp Encore presents Pericles, Prince of Tyre at the Greenbelt Arts Center, July 15-16
2020 Storybook Theater After Care Camp with the Greenbelt Recreation Department, summer 2020

Robinson Crusoe at Harmony Hall, Dec 14

Robinson Crusoe at Harmony Hall, Dec 14

The Missoula Children’s Theatre presents
Robinson Crusoe
A musical play

Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 11am and 1pm

Location: Harmony Hall Regional Center in Fort Washington

Purposely varying from the plot of Daniel Defoe’s novel, Missoula Children’s Theatre’s “Robinson Crusoe” teaches the lesson that reading invites more than observation.

We arrive on Robinson’s island years after he and his sole companion, a goat named Wilson, are shipwrecked. We find that the island has turned into a tourist destination centered around a lovable singing leopard, a tribe of natives known for their colorful coifs, Friday’s Seaside Resort and, of course, the legend of Robinson Crusoe. In a flashback, his story comes to life beginning with the shipwreck, which marooned him and Wilson on the island.

The entire population of the island, including a herd of goats, an all-animal band, Friday and his family, and the inevitable hula-dancing chameleons, discover that our differences need not stand in the way of our friendships. All of the characters live happily and harmoniously ever after.

The Missoula Children’s Theatre provides two professional tour actor/directors, who will audition and cast 50 to 60 local elementary school children in this production on Monday. To participate, see the audition notice.

Tickets to the performance: $5.

Auditions for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s Robinson Crusoe at Harmony Hall, Dec 9

Auditions for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s Robinson Crusoe at Harmony Hall, Dec 9

Auditions: Missoula Children’s Theatre, Robinson Crusoe

Harmony Hall Arts Center
10701 Livingston Rd, Fort Washington, MD, 20744
301-203-6070

Missoula Children’s Theatre provides two professional tour actor/directors who will audition and cast 50-60 local elementary school students in a full-length, original musical production of The Snow Queen. Children must be at the John Addison Concert Hall by 4:30pm. Latecomers will not be admitted. Please wear comfortable clothing. All materials for song and movement auditions will be provided.

We arrive on Robinson’s island years after he and his sole companion, a goat named Wilson, are shipwrecked. We find that the island has turned into a tourist destination centered around a lovable singing leopard, a tribe of natives known for their colorful coifs, Friday’s Seaside Resort and, of course, the legend of Robinson Crusoe. In a flashback, his story comes to life beginning with the shipwreck, which marooned him and Wilson on the island.

The entire population of the island, including a herd of goats, an all-animal band, Friday and his family, and the inevitable hula-dancing chameleons, discover that our differences need not stand in the way of our friendships. All of the characters live happily and harmoniously ever after.
For more information, click here.