UPDATE MAY 2020: Course offerings for the summer are currently being revised for online participation and smaller class sizes.  An announcement about the revised schedule will be published and this webpage will be updated on May 22, 2020.  





(canceled) Summer Stars: The Great Pensacola Treasure Hunt - $450 per 3-week camp (Ages 6 - 14) 

3-week camp meets Monday - Friday 10 AM - 3 PM 

The Great Pensacola Treasure Hunt is a 3-week long theatre camp with a focus on local history.  Students will be divided into teams that compete for points and prizes each week.  Theatre & improv games, quizzes, arts & crafts, and downtown historical tours are all on the schedule.  Over the course of the 3-week camp, each team will develop their own short play that covers a particular event in Pensacola/Northwest Florida History.

Week 1 – Conquistador Week
Week 2 – Pirate Week
Week 3 – Performance Week


(canceled) Summer Stars: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - $450 per 3-week camp (Ages 8 - 15)

3-week camp meets Monday - Friday 10 AM - 3 PM 

Summer Stars Theatre Camp is a weekday summer camp where kids audition, rehearse, build and perform a play all in 3 weeks.

Campers will also receive training on set construction, prop making, and puppetry as well as theatre and Improv games to improve their acting skills.




(converting to online) Acting for Adults - $250 for 10 class sessions (Ages 18+) 

A more intensive acting class that meets twice per week, students will learn all of the basics of acting and then some. Local Actor and Graduate of the UWF Theatre program, Kyle Golden, will return this summer to teach a unique blend of traditional acting skills and modern improvisational technique.  Students will be expected to memorized short scenes and/monologues as well as work te=ogether to perform those scenes at the end of class.


Improv for Adults - $250 for 10 class sessions (Ages 18+) 

A 10-week course for adults interested in learning improvisation. Explore the elements of Improv in an introductory course for adults. You will learn the core fundamentals and principles of improv, focusing on various games and exercises that encourage trust, communication, agreement (“yes and”); active listening, character, status, and making your scene partner look good. The last session meets the Tuesday after Labor Day 9/8/2020.