Join us as we take our summer camp adventure online!

We will be rolling out three rounds of online camp opportunities over the summer as well as a workshop series and opportunities for one-on-one coachings.  The three rounds will allow us the flexibility to continually improve the experience for you as we all learn together in this new virtual environment.

* Camps are $100 per week
* Camp sessions in Round 1 are everyday for 90 minutes.
* All sessions will be limited to 10 participants per class.
* Classes will be taught on Zoom and require access to a computer or iPad.

Round 2 - July 13-30

Sign up for 1 week, 2 weeks or all 3!

K-2nd Grade - 10:00 - 11:30am
Let's Explore - Creating a Show - July 13-17
How does a story or an idea become a play?  Can anything be turned into a performance?  Kids will get on their feet and participate in the creation of a collaborative presentation. 
Let's Explore - Seussical - July 20-24
Let's explore one of the most beloved book to stage adaptations based on the books of one of the most beloved children's authors of all time.  We'll play with songs and characters from this fun and heartfelt musical based on Dr. Seuss's Horton Hears a Who.
Double Double Camp's in Trouble - July 27-31
Uh Oh!  Shakespeare's villains have taken over camp and now it is up to our campers to save the day.  Learn about Shakespeare and his plays while working together to save camp.

3rd-5th Grades - 12:00-1:30pm
Choose Your Own Adventure - July 13-17
Explore the elements of a story while helping to write your own show.  Learn to collaborate with your fellow campers to create a cohesive and fun adventure.
Harry Potter Showdown - July 20-24
Work with your campmates to create the best Harry Potter themed skits and scenes.  This magical camp will introduce you to the art of adaptation and fan fiction while building collaboration and storytelling skills.
Camp of Errors - July 27-31
Explore one of Shakespeare's silliest plays, Comedy of Errors, with Ryan Sellers.  When two sets of twins, none of whom knew they had a twin, meet by chance what could go wrong?

6th Grade and Up - 2:00-3:30pm
Playwriting 101 - July 13-17
Do you have a story you've always wanted to tell or just wondered how a show goes from idea to script?  Come find out what goes in to crafting dialogue that zings and plots that capture and hold the attention of your audience.
Adapting Stories for the Stage - July 20-24
Most of our favorite shows are based on literature.  During this camp we'll explore how stories go from the pages of books to the stage and screen and work on pieces from some of our favorite adaptations.
Tempest in a Teapot - July 27-31

Explore Shakespeare's most magical play, The Tempest, with Ryan Sellers.  Thought to be Shakespeare's last play, this story of magic, betrayal, love and forgiveness will give campers a chance to delve into Shakespeare's language and learn more about the most famous playwright of the western world.

There's Still Room in our Fairytale Week Camps - July 6-10!

K-2nd Grade - 10:00 - 11:30am

Let's Explore - Fairytale Fun - July 6-10

Get on your feet and engage your imagination with some of the best known characters from fairytales old and new.

3rd-5th Grades - 12:00-1:30pm

Twisted Fairytales - July 6-10

Take a modern twist on a classic fairy tale, add fun improvisation games and a pinch of comedy and you'll notice improved communication and confidence.

6th Grade and Up - 2:00-3:30

Grimm Happenings - July 6-10

Explore the works of the Brothers Grimm as you translate some of their frightening tales to the stage.

What People are Saying About MVCCT's Online Classes

"It was a lot of fun! I learned so much about improving my monologue. - student Ryan is an amazing teaching artist. My daughter really loved working with him, even in the online environment. It was great to get one on one instruction on not only the monologue, but also in techniques and text interpretation." - Online Spring Break Camp and Monologue Survey

"The drama camp was fun, I met new friends, and didn't have to leave my house!" - Online Spring Break Camp and Monologue Survey

"I learned so much. I learned more of how to actually understand the monologue and to be able to do it how it is written. Ryan teaching me everything was successful." - Online Spring Break Camp and Monologue Survey

"My daughter had fun and was able to practice her skills. Each student seemed to have ample opportunity to participate. And it kept her occupied!" - Online Spring Break Camp and Monologue Survey

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MVCCT is supported in part by the Arts Council of Fairfax and the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

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