Youth Theatre Summer Camp

08 Jul - 26 Jul, 2024


Discover the magic of theatre! Expand your creativity! Build self-confidence! Exercise your imagination!
PSFT Youth Theatre Summer Camp 2024
The Youth Theatre Program program is designed to introduce youths to the magic of theatre while offering them an opportunity to expand their creativity, build self-confidence, exercise their imaginations, and develop teamwork and performance skills in a stimulating and enjoyable environment.

The week will be filled with embracing confidence, imaginative thinking and creativity, development in communication skills, teamwork and collaboration and most importantly fun and making memories!

Camp Weeks:
July 8-12 Super Heroes Week
July 15-19 Hawaiian Week
July 22-26 Space Week

Time: 9am to 4pm
Age of campers: 8 to 11 years old

Location: Port Stanley United Church, 239 Colborne Street

Cost: $200 plus tax and applicable fees.
Book 2 weeks and get $25 off the second week using the promo code Camp

A Note from the Camp Instructor:

Hi Campers, friends, and family!

As your instructor, I’m always here to offer support and answer any questions that you may have. If you have any concerns or issues that come up during camp, please let me know. I want you to have an awesome experience with PSFT Summer Camp; it is truly a space where you can be yourself.

I’m very excited to see you at the PSFT Summer Camp this upcoming week! This is a place to perform, create, explore, and mostly importantly: have fun :) We’ll be doing a range of activities from acting, crafts, games, and lots more!

We are going to have an awesome week - I look forward to seeing you!

Keira Scott

A Day at Camp: Camp will run Monday - Friday 9am-4pm.

We’ll be doing a variety of activities at Camp. Our first half of the day (9am) will be various theatre activities, from scenes, dancing, songs, improv, mime and much more! If you are new to theatre or you have experience, we’ll have lots for you to discover, perform, and enjoy!

We will break for lunch at 12pm.

After lunch (12:45 pm), we’ll have some outside activities and games - we may be walking to outdoor locations near the Church, let your instructor know if there are any concerns about this or if any accommodations your camper would need. We’ll also get creative with crafts and art!

In the last hour of our camp day (3pm), we’ll be working together on a skit to perform at the end of the week to share alongside the song and dance we learned.

The Camp Week

Monday: Introduction Day!
Tuesday: Regular Camp Day
Wednesday: Regular Camp Day
Thursday: Theme Day! (Your Instructor will let you know what the theme is the day before)
Friday: Final Day & Performance
Parents/guardians if you can come, you are invited to watch a brief showcase at the end of the Camp Day, this will take place at 3:15pm.

What should I bring to camp?
Please pack a peanut-free lunch & snacks
Sunscreen and bug spray - we will be spending some time outside
Wear clothing that you feel comfortable moving around in
An extra change of clothing, a towel, and/or bathing suit
there may be activities that involve water, your instructor will inform you a day before if so. Let your instructor know if your camper would not prefer not to participate in water activities and accommodations can be made.

Camper Allergies/Medical Concerns and Making Camp a Great Experience!

If your camper has any allergies, medical concerns, or things that would make camp a great experience for them, please let the instructor know!





Port Stanley Festival Theatre
302 Bridge St., Port Stanley, ON N5L 1C3
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Meet The Crew

Keira Scott
Keira Scott
Camp Instructor