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Center Stage Performing Arts Camp Registration

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Tickets starting at: $250.00

Join us August 19th – 24th for Center Stage Performing Arts Camp at the Hult Center! This year we are thrilled to partner with #Instaballet, Rose Children’s Theatre, teaching artist Erica Towe, our Local IATSE 675, and invite back Missoula Children’s Theatre. Youth ages 7-18 will go through the full process of creating a musical production from auditions to rehearsals to curtain call- all in one week!  

Center Stage Performing Arts Camp will have two public productions of “Robin Hood” in the Soreng Theatre on Saturday, August 24th at 3pm and 5:30pm. 


Camp Details 

  • When: 8/19-8/23 Monday-Friday 9am – 3:30pm. Performances 8/24 Saturday at 3pm and 5:30pm 
  • Where: Hult Center, Soreng Theatre  
  • What: This year the play will be a twist on the classic Robin Hood. MCT’s tour team will hold an open audition at the beginning of the week and will cast campers. The show is rehearsed throughout the week culminating in two public performances presented at the end of the week. While daily schedules vary throughout the week – campers can expect to participate in rehearsals and workshops with MCT, #Instaballet, Rose Children’s Theatre, Hult Center Stagehands and more! 
  • How: Auditions will take place on the first day (Monday) of camp week. Campers will participate in a 2-hour group audition process. No preparation is needed! MCT’s Tour Team will guide students though the audition with easy-to-follow instructions on basic movement, lines, and songs. Casting will be announced by the end of the day on Monday. We encourage campers to accept the part they receive, remembering the varied opportunities and discovery to come during the week! 
  • Cost: $250 – This includes the cost of the camp and 2 tickets to 1 of the performances. Additional tickets may be purchased.  
    • Full scholarships available. Applications open March 26th – April 5th
    • Please note: scholarships have been awarded for this season.


About our Performing Art Partners 

  • Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) is the nation’s largest touring children’s theatre and has been touring extensively for nearly 50 years. From Montana to Japan – MCT will visit neatly 1,100 communities this year with their 44 teams of Tour Actor/Directors. Tour Actor/Directors help students foster creativity, social skills, goal achievement, communication skills and self-esteem through the participation in this unique, educational project.   
  • #instaballet Using audience ideas as a foundation for choreography, #instaballet is a unique, interactive, fun way to experience ballet and other forms of
    dance. Since 2013, #instaballet has connected audiences with artists, creating pathways to access dance by bringing ballet out of the theatre and into the community with free community workshops and inclusive education workshops. They teach the use of creativity to empower the self and build community through the art of dance. 
  • IATSE 675: Union Stagehands at the City of Eugene’s Hult Center service every show and event on the Silva and Soreng stages. Also events in the Hult lobby, studio and surrounding property. We provide crew for lighting, electrics, sound, rigging, carpentry, props, video display A/V, wardrobe and general stage construction. 
  • Rose Children’s Theatre: RCT has been building community through theater for over 40 years. RCT offers summer camps, workshops and main stage productions for young actors who are discovering the joy and the magic of theater. Working with talented local directors, musicians and choreographers, RCT provides students not just a chance to be on the stage but the training to shine and grow their performance skills.
  • Erica Towe: (M.Ed., BA Theatre/Communications) is a Eugene/Springfield, OR based theatre maker and applied improv workshop facilitator.  Erica has 30 years of experience working in theatres and educational institutions throughout the United States.  She is also a certified Improvisation for Life™ facilitator and ICF certified  coach.  She is the founder of Create Here Now, a creativity hub and coaching service. Currently, Erica is an improv and acting instructor at LCC, a producer for The Northwest 10-Minute Play Festival, and part of the new play development company with Theatre 33 in Salem, OR.

First come, first served. Scholarships are available.

Registration is open March 26th – July 1st!

Scholarship Applications are open March 26th – April 5th!