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Kids Theatre Summer Camp 2023

After last year’s Kid’s Theatre programs we are looking forward to more fun and challenges this summer. Robert Vidler will again be writing a play/musical for the theatre. Costume, dance, props, script workshops are planned this time. Participant ages should be 9 to 13.


Orientation and Workshop 1 - Saturday July 15 - 10:30 to 3:30 

Camp Week 1 - July 24 to 28 - 10:30 to 3:30

Workshop 2 - July 29 - 10:30 to 3:30

Workshop 3 - July 30  1:30 to 3:30

Camp Week 2 - July 31 to August 5 - 10:30 to 3:30

Dress Rehearsal and Performances -  August 8 - 11, times will probably be afternoon and evening for the performances.


The first  workshop should be attended by all but the other workshops are optional as they will be in smaller groups.


The cost of the Kid’s Theatre Camp for the 3 weeks is $260.-

Low income and second child in a family reduced rate.

Attendance is limited to around 16 so register as soon as possible!



Kids Theatre Summer Camp 2022

The cast of the summer of 2022 Production of Rock on Bye by local Writer/Director Robert Vidler.



Kids WINTER Theatre 

Ages 9 to 13


The Kid’s Theatre starts with 3 workshops on October 17, November 1 and 7, 4:30 to 6:30 at the Collingwood library in the Community Room on the 3rd floor.

During these workshops smaller groups of 5 to 8 will be chosen for further classes.

In the smaller groups they will be helped in writing one act plays and monologues which they will present at a public reading performance at the end of the 2 month course. Some of the plays will then be chosen to be acted and performed in the new year in a theatre setting.

The classes will include tutoring in plotting and writing plays as well as acting and singing skills as well as stage crafts.


All participants are required to attend. The course is 2 months long with a fee of $105. A second child in the same family only pays 1/2 price and there is support for anyone having financial difficulty.

Kids Theatre Summer Camp 2022 - Production of Rock on Bye by local Writer/Director Robert Vidler



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