Arts Project Camp
Dates: July 20 - August 6, 2020
(Monday through Friday, no camp on August 7th)
Time: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Ages: Rising 3rd to Rising 9th Graders
Cost: $1095 before May 30, 2020 (then $1200)
Deposit: $100 non-refundable deposit
Location: 352 & 353 Sweetmans Lane for the first two weeks. The last week will be at the Millstone Performing Arts Center.
Final Performances: Thursday, August 6th, 2PM & 6PM
Save $125 on each sibling attending!
Please click here to fill out an interest form or call 732-446-1919 to register for the 2020 year and we will contact you shortly.
Your aspiring performer (rising 3rd through rising 9th graders) will gain expert tips and coaching, enhance music skills, dramatic performance and stage movement. Campers will experience the process of putting together a fully stages musical (in only 3 weeks!) with a live pit orchestra. Campers’ talents will be showcased in TWO final performances on the MPAC Stage and each student gets FOUR free tickets to attend!
For three weeks, campers work toward creating a production with dedicated and energetic faculty, who also help them develop:
Choreography and Blocking
Improvisation and Creativity
Camp memories and life-long friendships, a camp t-shirt, fun theatre games, a professional headshot, and a script will make your child's summer with CCAP unforgettable!
Need an extended camp day?
Register your child as a member of our new CORNERSTONE CLUB from 3:30-6:00 pm!
Only $255 a child for three weeks (under $8/hr!)
This extended day is perfect for our active and busy parents who need a little extra time following the camp day and will include transportation from the MPAC.
Campers who sign up as members of CORNERSTONE CLUB will enjoy such activities as:
Arts and Crafts
Tie Dye Day
Extra Script Learning
Time to Learn Songs
"It's truly amazing what you are doing for these youngsters. They don't get this kind of developmental experience in school or anywhere else for that matter. You are giving them communication skills, expression abilities, and teamwork opportunities that are so essential to life success." - Walt Hines