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THE POINT SUMMER CAMPS
The best week of summer!

The Point Theater offers week-long musical theater camps during the summer months for students ages 4–18. Camps are designed to create a hands-on theater experience, and are focused on building performance skills, self-confidence, and teamwork.

Typical camps include rotations through drama, dance, music, and craft workshops. There’s no better place for kids to learn about theater and experience "The Best Week of Summer" than in The Point’s positive and encouraging atmosphere - and every camper gets the opportunity to perform!

Questions? Email jessalyn@thepointtheater.org

**Please note: Summer camp tuition is nonrefundable.

REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 1st at 7 p.m.
SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Preview camps here:

YOU CAN SET UP YOUR PARENT ACCOUNT NOW!

1. Click the button below to set up your PARENT ACCOUNT
2. Select the bottom button "Create an Account and Register"
3. Fill out the information and click "Submit Registration" at the bottom


NOTE: You will add your students when you're registering for the membership.
You will not be able to add students until everything goes live on February 1st at 7 p.m.


Questions? Email Laura at laura@thepointtheater.org.

Already set up your parent account and purchased your membership?
Ready to sign up for camps?
Click below.

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MUSICAL THEATER
DAY CAMPS
AGES 4-11

Do you want to build a snowman....
In the middle of summer?
So do your favorite Point Camp Counselors!
This summer you can join Anna, Elsa, Olaf, and all the beloved Frozen characters as they embark on an epic, ice-filled journey of self-discovery, and friendship for the best week of summer!
You'll dance, sing, and act your way to help Anna and Elsa unlock their hidden potential and understand the powerful bond of friendship.
Fun theater games and activities top off a truly special camp week.
On Friday, all students will remain until 3 p.m. so they can perform for their family and friends!

AGES 4-6  |  9 a.m. - noon
AGES 7-11  |  9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

June 10 – 14, 9 a.m.
Carmel United Methodist Church
June 17 – 21
St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Zionsville
June 24 – 28
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, Noblesville
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PLAY IN A DAY
AGES 10-14

Under the direction of Laura Baltz, this cast of less than 20 students will receive individual attention and a stage experience that will prepare them for any theater challenge!

ABOUT THE SHOW
Everyone Gets Eaten by Sharks:
A Cautionary Tale
by Marshall Pailet

FACT: Most people, if not everyone, will eventually be eaten by sharks. But you can postpone the inevitable (and get a great deal on a timeshare!) by joining Adventure Dan on a tour through shark-infested scenarios to avoid, such as kayaking with meat paddles, night-swimming after prom, or genetically engineering sharks for science. Because three things in life are certain: taxes, death, and specifically death by shark. A delightfully madcap comedy you're sure to devour . . . unless it devours you first.

July 29
9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Cat, Carmel
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IMPROV CAMP
AGES 10-18

NEW!
Improv Summer Camp  is a unique opportunity for students  to explore the different elements of improv,  such as creative story telling, timing, quick-thinking, and working together as a team to carefully create a situation.
Students will also learn the tips and tricks
of games such as the ones played
on the hit TV series
“Whose Line Is It Anyway?”.
You'll also be doing some crazy interpretive dance along with the Point's championship N.I.D.A. team.
At the end of camp, students will showcase their skills in a special performance.

AGES 13-18  |  9 a.m. - noon
July 8 - 12
CrossRoads Church at Westfield
Friday performance at 11:15 a.m.

AGES 10-13  |  1 - 4 p.m.
July 8 - 12
CrossRoads Church at Westfield
Friday performance at 3:15 p.m.
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DAY CAMPS
AGES 4-11

Our traditional day camps are perfect for those just starting out in theater or for students who want a low-key, summer camp experience.
Students will sing, dance and act scenes from a beloved Broadway musical.

Our day camps run Monday-Friday
for ages 4-6 from 9 a.m.-noon and
for ages 7-11 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Drop off begins at 8:45 am.
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PLAY IN A DAY
AGES 8-18
One Day. One Play.

After sending in your virtual audition the week before, you’ll arrive at The Cat at 9:30 a.m., knowing your lines. Then off we go!

We will rehearse all day, then perform at 4 p.m. that afternoon. This small cast of around thirteen students will receive individual attention and a stage experience that will prepare them for any theater challenge that comes their way!
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DREAM TEAM CAMP
AGES 10-18

This week of camp is dedicated to young artists and actors with autism spectrum disorder.
Make new friends, laugh a ton, and enjoy the excitement of musical theater!
This week will be based on connection, collaboration and letting every camper find their own way to shine.

This camp is kept at a low-capacity and has a 1:3 counselor to student ratio.
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DREAM TEAM SUMMER DAY CAMP

AGES 10-18
June 17 – 21
1 – 4 p.m.
CrossRoads Church at Westfield
(If this fills, we’ll add a second session in the morning.)

This week of camp is dedicated to young artists and actors with autism spectrum disorder.
During this week, campers work with Musical Theater director and vocalist Jaimie Riechman and friends.
Campers work on all aspects of musical theatre – exploring music, dance and acting.
Sessions consist of learning music and vocal technique, scene study and basic theatrical moment.
The week concludes with a performance the last half hour of camp for family and friends.
Make new friends, laugh a ton, and enjoy the excitement of musical theatre!
This week will be based on connection, collaboration and letting every camper find their own way to shine.

Please bring a snack and lots of water! Students must respond to verbal directions, be
independent with the toilet and not require one-on-one supervision.

This camp is kept at a low-capacity and has a 1:3 counselor to student ratio.

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THE POINT SUMMER MAINSTAGE: WILLY WONKA

Our Summer Mainstage performances are back for a second year with
Ronald Dahl’s Willy Wonka for two casts:

HIGH SCHOOL  |  Ages 14 - 18  |  July 12 - 14
MIDDLE SCHOOL  |  Ages 11 - 13  |  July 19 - 21

DIRECTOR: Jenna McNulty

MUSIC DIRECTOR: Liam Boyle

CHOREOGRAPHER: Dalton Dietrich

Auditions are April 20 beginning at 3 p.m. at CrossRoads Church at Westfield. Callbacks are April 21.
There is a non-refundable audition fee of $30 required to secure your audition time.
The $325 show fee is not due until 24 hours after the cast list is announced.
There are no ticket or parent volunteer requirements for this show.

Due to the high interest expected and the small cast size of this show
(25 students per cast), there is a possibility of students not being offered a role.

The rehearsal schedule and audition paperwork may be found on our website under shows.

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OUR COUNSELORS

Camp staff includes local artists,
Point Theater Production Artistic Teams, Point Theater teens, and teachers.
These counselors are high energy, experienced, and love working with kids!
Point Theater counselors are great role models for our students.
All counselors have been background checked and adhere to our Mission and Values.

Do you love kids? Do you have a love theater? Are you at least 16 years old?
Do you have lots of energy? Then you're perfect!

Become a Point Summer Camp Volunteer!

Download the job description

Appl
y online here

Questions? Email jenssalyn@thepointtheater.org.