Metro Theater Company

LEARNING THROUGH PLAY IN THE ARTS is what Metro Theater Company (MTC) Summer Camps are all about. Whether it's playing with sculpture, storytelling, and song at Creative Arts Camp, or learning how to audition for a play at Summer at SLU, MTC's professional teaching artists bring fun and growth through the arts to campers of all ages. As one of St. Louis' oldest and most respected theater companies, MTC brings the best in arts and theater to all of our camps. 

Campers entering Pre-K through 5th grade enjoy fun-filled days exploring drama, visual art, creative movement, and music with professional teaching artists. Creative Arts Camp takes place at New City School July 27-31 and August 3-7.

For campers entering 6th-8th and 9-12th grades, Metro Theater Company and Saint Louis University invite students to explore acting (advanced acting for high school students), audition techniques, playwriting, stage combat, and makeup with professional theater artists in Grand Center. All skill levels are welcome. Campers also swim weekly and lunch is provided daily by SLU dining. Camp takes place at Saint Louis University, Xavier Hall, Black Box Theater, and Metro Theater Company in the Grand Center Arts District.

Visit metroplays.org/summercamps

 

Camp Details
314-932-7414
Locations: St. Louis
Extended Care: Yes
Camp Weeks
June 1-5
June 8-12
June 15-19
June 22-26
June 29-July 2
July 6-10
July 13-17
July 20-24
July 27-31
August 3-7
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