Camp Session Daily Schedule
During camp, actors will develop skills and an incredibly wide variety of acting styles, methods, theories, and techniques from AFYP instructors and special guest artists.
MONDAY: Acting • Voice • Movement • Playwriting OR Acting for the Camera
TUESDAY: Acting • Voice • Movement • Musical Theater OR Improvisation
WEDNESDAY: Acting • Workshops With Special Guest Artists • Playwriting OR Acting for the Camera
THURSDAY: Acting • Voice • Movement • Musical Theater OR Improvisation
FRIDAY: Acting • Voice • Movement • Final Presentations
*There are three meal breaks each day (campers should provide their own lunch plus 2 snacks).
About our Curriculum
Students will be divided into groups based on their age level. Each group has their own age-appropriate acting class that focuses on basic through advanced performance skills, as well as styles related to the week’s theme. Students will also take specialized Voice and Movement classes, developing fundamental techniques that are applied in acting classes as they work towards Friday’s performance piece.
On Wednesdays, students will have the chance to participate in workshops that focus on special theatrical skills. Our students’ favorites from past summers include: Physical Comedy, Stage Combat, Voiceover Techniques, Broadway & Film Choreography, Sound Design, Stage Makeup and much more!
Students will be given the choice between two elective classes to supplement our curriculum
Students will actively explore the first steps in creating their own stage or screenplay.
Acting on Camera
Students will learn acting techniques for on-camera work, including auditions tips and a look into the business of show business! Work will be recorded and students will receive a copy of their camera class performance.
Students will work together on a group number from a famous musical. They will learn lyrics, melody, and choreography. Great for musical theater fans, or those who would like to give it a try in a comfortable group setting.
Improvisation / Theater Sports
Students create short scenes, situations, and characters, while focusing on listening, teamwork, and “thinking on their feet.” A ton of fun for improv veterans or those who might like to explore this “scriptless” form of acting.
*All schedules/instructors are subject to change.