Act One Theatre Camp
is back for Winter!
We're bringing our online summer camp home for the holidays with our new WINTER SESSION! Bundle up safe and sound in the comfort of your own home as we bring the exciting world of theatre straight to you. Join us for a dynamic and interactive theatre experience for children and teens, ages 6-15, where students spend each and every day acting, singing, dancing, and more...
THAT'S A WRAP!
ONE 2-WEEK SESSION:
December 21, 22, 23
December 28, 29, 30, 31
Final Movie Premieres on
Monday, January 3rd
for only $375!
Ranked #6 on Parade Magazine's "45+ Best Virtual Summer Camps for 2020"
Ranked #4 on Reviewed.com "62 Ways to Keep Campers Happy at Home"
Ranked #3 in Smore Magazine's "10 Best Virtual Summer Camps for Kids in 2020"
Featured in Good Housekeeping's "52 Best Virtual Summer Camp Ideas"
Photo courtesy of the Alex Theatre
As seen on "Today in LA" on NBC
Winter 2020: "That's a Wrap!"
It's finally the end of 2020... we made it! It's time to wrap up this strange and wacky year that brought us everything from tiger kings to murder hornets. Join us as we celebrate and find the humor in all things coming to a close, be it a Happily Ever After fairy tale ending, or a Mission Accomplished space race. Perhaps it's time to clean out your locker before your big graduation ceremony, or nail that final scene in your big Hollywood movie before they call "Cut!" for good. Whatever it is, it's time to say goodbye to 2020 once and for all. So let's close up shop, turn off the lights, and lock the doors... and as they say in Show Business, "That's a Wrap!"
Campers from around the country joined us for our summer and after-school programs!
Meet the Act One Team!
& Improv Teacher
Mr. Josh has been teaching children's theatre for over 17 years, through summer camps, after-school programs, and his very own Saturday Improv Class.
Mr. Taylor has taught theatre at the Azusa Renaissance Theater, Baldwin Park HS, and is the current Drama Teacher at both Hillside HS and Maranatha HS.
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.
Since the age of 14, Ms. Jennifer has worked in musical theatre, film, and television throughout the US, as well as in France and Japan.
Having studied at The New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, Mr. Jason has brought his on-camera training to various camps and studios for seven years and counting.
A graduate of CSUN, Ms. Chloe has utilized her BA in Psychology and minor in HRM for nine years of administrative assistance in children's theatre programs.