Register Now for Westside’s Summer Theater Camp

What: Westside Performing Arts Company’s Summer Theatre Academy Registration
When: Training camp runs June 20 to July 30
Rehearsals: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday nights from 5 to 9 p.m.
Cost: $299 tuition; scholarships are available

The Summer Academy is a 6-week theater training camp. For the first week of the academy, particpants will be taking workshops taught by professional theater performers and directors in the practices of acting, dancing, singing and auditioning.

There will be 5 weeks of rehearsal, concluding with two fully staged and costumed Broadway revue shows.

Some of this year’s Broadway shows to be included in the performance:

Phantom of the Opera
Little Shop of Horrors
South Pacific
Jim Hensen Music Medley (kids under 14)

There will be a pre-Registration event on Monday, June 13th, from 4pm-6pm at the WPAC Studio, 1666 E. Cypress Ave. You are invited to pick up schedules & get more info!

For more information contact Trish Harris, WPAC Artistic Director at 530-515-7151 or visit

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1 Response

  1. Avatar Marilyn H Stotter says:

    Please call me regarding enrolling my 13 year old grandson in your camp this summer. my phone no is (212) 472-2361.

    thank you

    marilyn h stotter