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

The Muses – Original Works Project at Clarice Smith online live performance, May 9

The Muses – Original Works Project at Clarice Smith online live performance, May 9

The Muses – Original Works Project
Saturday, May 9, 2020. 5PM

Special Announcement:

Due to COVID-19 this event will be an online performance on Saturday, May 9 at 5:00PM. Watch the livestream here.

Watch Livestream.

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online live performance.

The Muses proudly present their Original Works Projects, a memorable night of short plays created and produced by students.

Free, no tickets required

She Kills Monsters by Clarice Smith online live performance, May 7

She Kills Monsters by Clarice Smith online live performance, May 7

She Kills Monsters
Written by Qui Nguyen
Directed by Jared Mezzocchi and Lisa Nathans

May 7, 2020, 8pm

Watch Livestream.

Special Announcement:

NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, this will be an online, site-specific, audience integrated performance. The production will only be performed once, on Thursday, May 7 at 8PM. Watch the livestream here.

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online live performance.

After the sudden and tragic death of her younger sister Tilly, Agnes Evans discovers a mysterious fantasy gaming notebook that offers clues into her sister’s life. Risking her own real-life relationships, Agnes enters the action-packed world of Dungeons and Dragons brimming with dominatrix warrior women, ogres and fairies to understand Tilly’s world and mourn her death. This touching story draws on nerd culture and queer representation to explore themes of sisterhood, loss and acceptance.

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, TDPS has found creative solutions to keep teaching, learning, and creating in an online environment. Originally scheduled for the Kogod Theatre, She Kills Monsters has moved to Zoom and the livestream of this online performance will be on Thursday, May 7 at 8PM. The audience will experience the play in real time as it is performed by actors in their homes.

Playwright Qui Nguyen has given his full support and blessing to reimagine this play for the digital world.

“Nguyen is a refreshing, break-the-rules writer—he has a ready embrace of pop culture, high-school speak and ‘High Fidelity’ cool, and he also has a mission to redeem gaming geeks everywhere….” — Chicago Tribune

Free, no tickets required.

Greenbelt Arts Center presents GAC Virtual Cabaret on Facebook

Greenbelt Arts Center presents GAC Virtual Cabaret on Facebook

Greenbelt Arts Center presents:
GAC Virtual Cabaret

By Greenbelt Arts Center on Facebook

To give some support to the Greenbelt Arts Center in this time of uncertainty, and to give our performers a creative outlet, we have started a “Virtual Cabaret” group on Facebook. On Monday mornings, a theme is posted for the week, and members are encouraged to post a video of themselves performing a song that fits the theme. Anyone is welcome to participate, or just to cheer on those who are performing.

Click here to join GAC’s Facebook group, or log in to Facebook and search for “GAC Virtual Cabaret”.

Route 1 Mask Match seeks Costumers to Make Masks

Route 1 Mask Match seeks costumers to make masks

Email: route1maskmatch@gmail.com

Website: http://www.route1maskmatch.org

Hi, not sure if this is right for you, but I’m figuring some PG Theater folk who make costumes might be willing to pitch in on an effort to make masks for vulnerable people in the community. If you agree, we’d appreciate your sharing the following information:

Subject: Masks Needed for Vulnerable People & Essential Workers in Route 1 Communities

Do you sew? Are you making masks? Route 1 Mask Match is a new effort to get masks into the hands of vulnerable people and those who must interact with large populations in the Route 1 communities, from Mount Rainier to Beltsville.

Already, there are already requests for more than 900 masks from seniors groups, individuals, and others up and down Route 1, and more requests are expected. Route 1 Mask Match is committed to ensuring the mask collection and distribution process is handled in a safe manner consistent with social distancing. Depots to drop off completed masks, as well as fabric and other mask-making materials, are being set up throughout the area.

To find drop-off locations, as well as patterns and other mask-making guidance, visit http://www.Route1MaskMatch.org and follow Route 1 Mask Match on Facebook. The website also includes helpful information about proper use and cleaning of cloth face masks.

The CDC now recommends that people wear cloth face masks while outside of the home together with social distancing techniques to slow the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease it causes. As of April 14, the Maryland Department of Health reports more than 2,350 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Prince George’s County and 72 deaths. Cloth masks are effective because they reduce the risk of transmitting virus-carrying droplets, which can be spread long before a person realizes they are infected.