American Players Theatre
5950 Golf Course Road
P.O. Box 819
Spring Green, WI 53588
APT A.C.T. (Acting for Classical Theater) Camp is an unparalleled theater summer camp experience designed for teens who are passionate about advancing their acting skills in a collaborative environment. This one-week program brings together a motivated group of students to participate in a wide range of theater and camp activities.
Registration for the 2018 session is now open. Download the Act Camp Registration 2018 (pdf).
For more information, contact APT's education coordinator at 608-588-9270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for an unforgettable week at APT's A.C.T camp. We will explore a story nearly two and a half thousand years old, as the next generation of America’s classical actors tackles a Greek trilogy of Agamemnon, Elektra, and Orestes.
A father sacrifices a daughter,
a mother revenges a child,
a son punishes a mother,
and a community executes one of its own – each the inevitable victim of another’s JUSTICE.
Activities during this camp week will include:
Camp begins on Sunday afternoon July 22 and concludes Friday morning July 27 following the camp showcase performance at American Players Theatre.
ACT Camp is open to students age 13–18. We will accept 34 campers for this session.
The cost of this week-long program is $1,025. This includes classes, training, activities, tickets to APT performances, and room and board at Bethel Horizons Camp.
Registration forms available here: Act Camp Registration 2018
Registration is open until filled or until May 1, 2018.
APT's A.C.T. Camp is designed for students age 13–18 with a strong interest in theater.
Campers participate in a variety of acting and theater workshops led by APT teaching artists, attend performances at APT, and rehearse scenes which will be performed on the APT stage.
Camp workshop sessions, housing and meals for the week will all be at Bethel Horizons camp and retreat center, located 15 minutes away from APT. Facilities include dorm style accommodations.
Campers will be expected to work hard and participate fully in all activities.