Youth  Theater  Camp
Explore the world of Theater with fun, games, and creative imagination. Campers will be engaged in storytelling, singing, dancing, puppetry, improvosation, stage and props construction, and technical theater basics. All participants will collaborate to perform an original short theatrical production at the camp's conclusion. 

Students will

Enhance their personal growth and development
Explore the world of theater
Discover their authentic voice
Embrace the creative process
Build communication skills
Foster a sense of empowerment and personal confidence
​Make lifelong friends.

Program Highlights

Learning acting, improvisation, movement, stage make-up, costuming, set construction, voice, dance, auditioning,  theater craft.
Immersion in College Campus life
Day trips to shopping and tourist destination in Maine
Games & Campfire
Students entering 5th-8th grade
The Youth Theater camp
is open to international  students and to students who live in Maine. It's an opportunity for students to come together, learn,and develop new friendships with their peers around the world.
Director: Corrine Turner
Corrine Turner is a 25-year veteran of the stage. She has performed in numerous regional Broadway productions including The Music Man, The Wizard of Oz, Seussical the Musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. She's also performed in regional off-broadway productions of Lend Me a Tenor, Barefoot in the Park, and The Nerd.
She has also worked in regional theater productions as Director, taking the helm for Noises Off, A Christmas Carol, It's a Wonderful Life, Of Mice and Men.
As the local high school drama Director, she turned a fledging program 8 years ago with a dozen students into an award-winning drama club boasting 30 students. Her work there won statewide accolades for set design, acting, and costuming.
She pioneered a local youth summer drama program that sees nearly 60 participants every summer, and created an elementary school theater program that has been used as the model for similar programs in the region.

Daily Sample Schedule:

​ 7:00-8:00         Rise and Shine
 8:00-9:00         Breakfast 
 9:00-9:30         Morning meeting
 9:30-12:00       Outdoor sports or                      game and other activities
12:00-13:00      Lunch 
13:00-16:30      Theatre class
16:30-17:30      Free time
17:30-19:00      Supper
19:00-20:30      Story time 
20:30-9:30        Dorm time
9:30                   Lights out 
The Youth Theater Camp takes place at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, USA. Campers will dine in the award-winning dining hall and reside in the comfortable Colby dorms.

Founded in 1813, Colby College is the 12th-oldest private Liberal Arts college in the country.  Located in central Maine, our 714-acre Mayflower Hill campus overlooks downtown Waterville and the Kennebec River Valley.  The beautiful, picture-postcard campus offers guests a safe, retreat-type setting that fosters learning and growth.  Each summer, more than 6,000 people from Maine and around the globe come to Colby College to attend medical training courses, conferences, and seminars, as well as youth programs and sports camps.

For questions regarding registration,  please contact the Office at:
Mail address: 120 North Street, Waterville, Maine 04901
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 207-314-8066