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Building upon the success of our summer camp, Act One After School is excited to bring the thrilling world of theatre and music videos home to your living room this Fall!  Join us after school for a unique theatre experience for children and teens, ages 6-15, where students spend each and every day working towards creating a blockbuster film and music video which will

premiere online!

Fall 2021
"Shattered Shakespeare"
September 14th - November 2nd

3:00 - 4:30pm PST

Final Movie Premieres on
Sunday, November 7th
on YouTube

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Shakespeare... Act One style!

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Fall 2021: "Shattered Shakespeare", Sept 14th - Nov 2nd

Late into the evening, a single candle burns in a small room, as our fabled storyteller, William Shakespeare, struggles to overcome a serious case of Writer's Block.  What must go through his head at this moment?  What is happening in that masterful mind of his?  ...CHAOS!  That's what!  Utter chaos!  It's complete mayhem as one Idea after another thrashes around in a typhoon of madness.  Tragedies are kick boxing Comedies, as Sonnets are body slamming Histories.  Each Idea is battling for dominance, determined to become the next GOOD Idea!  Which Idea will emerge as the victor?  Will anyone be able to take control of this Bedlam of the Bard, or will this night forever ruin our writer?  Someone needs to step up quick, and help rescue this Shattered Shakespeare!

Space is Limited!
Act One After School
is limited to only
30 students!
Fall 2021
"Shattered Shakespeare"
September 14th - November 2nd

3:00 - 4:30pm PST

Final Movie Premieres on
Sunday, November 7th
on YouTube

Act One Theatre Camp was also featured in an article for

"11 Virtual Summer Camps for Kids, Carefully Vetted Using Criteria from Camp and Education Experts"

Shakespeare?  ...Really?

Yes!  Well... sort of.


So often, young actors become too intimidated by Shakespeare's fancy words that they miss out on all of the amazing stories that he has to tell.

How tragic!  Let's change that.

We figure that these actors will have plenty of opportunities to experience his wonderful play on words later on in their lives, so why not focus on his fantastic stories and characters?!


Pirates, magic, duels, wizards, kings & queens, twins separated at birth, fairies, sword fights, ghosts, and even bears chasing people off stage!  Let's learn about (and play around with) these wonderful stories, by making them accessible to all ages!

Still not sure how it will work?  Take a look at last year's Fall movie, "Hotel Shakespeare".

Hotel Shakespeare

Established in 1901, the once luxurious Hotel Shakespeare has seen better days.  At one time a haven for movies stars and royalty alike, the hotel has long since lost her luster, and is on the verge of shutting her doors for good.  But tonight finds the hotel busting at the seams, as one bellhop is left alone to somehow manage a surprise surge of guests.  Running from room to room, can the bellhop meet all the needs of these peculiar guests, or will the whole building collapse from all the night's craziness?  Call the front desk and book your stay now, because this might be the final curtain call for the Hotel Shakespeare!

Details!  Details!

Meet the Act One After School Team!

"...this camp has some seriously credentialed thespians teaching kids

through this virtual camp experience."

-32 Ways to Keep Campers Happy at Home

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Mr. Josh

Camp Director

& Improv Teacher

Mr. Josh has been teaching children's theatre for over 18 years, through summer camps, after-school programs, and his very own Saturday Improv Class.


Miss Stephanie

On-Camera Teacher

A substitute teacher with the Burbank school district, Ms. Stephanie has also enjoyed teaching theater for many years in a variety of roles, from instructor to program director.

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