Drama for Summer Camps

If you’re looking for fun and educational activities for your students, why not put a little drama in their lives? Listed below are the programs we offered to summer camps in 2017. Our options for next summer will be finalized in spring 2018. In the mean time, if you join our mailing list, you’ll be among the first to know when next year’s programming is available. To explore performances that are available during the school year, follow this link.


Live Performances

The Grit Game Show

Grades 3-8 | 60 minutes | Up to 400 students | $400
The Grit Game Show is a motivational assembly about achievement and resilience where your students become contestants in an onstage game show! We equip kids to keep going when the going gets tough. Watch a short video here.


Real Life Drama

Grades 3-6 | 50 minutes | Up to 200 students | $350
Our interactive performances don’t just teach students about bullying and other character education topics. We put kids onstage to act out scenes drawn from real life, giving them hands-on practice with life skills! Watch a short video here.


Stories Alive!

Grades K-5 | 50 minutes | Up to 200 students | $200
Explore an exciting world of high-energy, audience-participation stories! George combines classic tales and a unique, dramatic style into one exciting program. Watch a short video here.


Boys vs. Girls: The Game Show

Grades K-8 | 45 minutes | Up to 200 students | $200
This wacky, messy game show features your students as contestants! Kids will look forward to the highly-interactive fun all week long. As a young audience member once told us, “That was the best show ever!” Watch a short video here.


Drama Workshops (One Session)

The Little Red Chickens

Grades K-2 | 50 minutes | Up to 30 students | $125
We’ll put on a play in just one hour! Students will practice becoming different animals before they present a whole-class performance of the classic tale “The Little Red Chickens.” Get more information here.


Building a Character

Grades 3-5 | 50 minutes | Up to 30 students | $125
When you step onstage, you need to become another person — a character. How do you accomplish that? This workshop will give your students tools for creating an awesome performance. Get more information here.


Other Workshops

All Ages | 50-90 minutes | Up to 30 students | $125-150
If you want your students to get hands-on with the performing arts, we have plenty of ways to do it! Check out all of our drama workshops, from “Acting Like a Professional” to “Once Upon a Story.” Get more information here.


Artist Residencies (One Week or More)

Center Stage

Grades 3-12 | Five 3-hour sessions | Up to 16 students | $800
We’ll equip your students to perform a short play in just one week! We provide everything you need for a great performance, from scripts to props to stage curtains. Get more information here.


Drama Fun

Grades K-2 | Five 90-min. sessions | Up to 16 students | $550
We’ll guide your youngest actors through the process of rehearsing and performing a play of their own! Our story will be told without words, so there are no lines to memorize. Get more information here.


Real Life Drama Workshops

Grades 3-6 | Eight 50-min. sessions | 30 students | $800
From bullying to diversity, our hands-on workshops use role-playing to help kids not just learn, but live vital character values. See how our approach of Teaching, Modeling, and Practice can impact your students! Watch a short video here.


The Fine Print

Prices on this page are valid May 30-August 15, 2017 only. Discounts are available if you schedule multiple workshops (or a performance plus a workshop) on the same day at the same location. A travel charge applies for destinations outside a 20-mile radius from our office near downtown Louisville. It’s possible to increase program capacity for the “Center Stage” and “Drama Fun” artist residencies to 20 students under some circumstances. An additional charge will apply. Please contact us for details.

[The workshop] was a wonderful experience for our kids–they had a great time while trying something new and expanding their horizons … One child was very quiet and unsure of herself in the beginning of the workshop, and by the end of it, she was volunteering to get up and participate!

— Anonymous Educator (feedback submitted through a follow-up survey)
  • Check out our summer programs for teens here.
  • If you’re a parent who would like to enroll your young actor in a drama camp, follow this link.
  • Contact us to schedule your program!