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Summer 2020

Ages 6 – 13 | Program Length 1 & 2 weeks | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $400 – $970 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available
FREE before-care 8:15 am – 9:30 am | FREE aftercare 4 pm – 5:45 pm

Ages 6 – 11 | Program Length 1 week | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $485 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available

 Using the frameworks of legends, myths, fairy tales, your child will learn the basics of acting, song writing, singing, dance choreography, collaborative story development, scene and prop construction, and gain new, specialized skills each week as they work together to create an original story. At the end of each week, campers will perform their own new story for friends and family in CCT’s Pritzker Family Studio Theatre. 

So come and tell modern stories, make new friends, and create big, wonderful shows. Wield a sword, fly to the sun, build a kingdom, live underwater, battle giants, and befriend beasts. Travel the universe! 

Ages 9 – 13 | Program Length 1 week | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $400 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available

This camp is open to all girls and gender non-conforming youth, and brings The Viola Project’s signature empowerment Shakespeare program to Chicago Children’s Theatre! Students will spend a week adventuring with Shakespeare’s most daring characters and learn the art of stage combat. Whether they disguise themselves as other people to go on a quest or face their foes head-on, kids will pick up a skill or two!

Ages 6 – 11 | Program Length 1 week | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $485 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available

Chicago Children’s Theatre and Silk Road Rising are teaming up to close the summer with a bang! Through storytelling and dialogue, Silk Road Rising promotes a culture of continuous learning and explores what it means to be Americans by shifting and expanding our communities’ narratives. In this camp, students will explore the enchanting stories of Egypt and India. Campers will then use these stories to create their own show using acting, dance, song, and craft. This final camp of the summer will conclude with a show in CCT’s Pritzker Family Studio Theatre for family and friends. 

Ages 6 – 7 | Program Length 2 weeks | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $970 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available

Over the course of two weeks, children ages 6 to 7 will rehearse, create costumes, paint sets, act, sing, and dance as they prepare to star in one of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s mainstage musicals. On the final day the campers will perform the musical live for family and friends on the stage of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s Pritzker Family Studio. 

Ages 8 – 11 | Program Length 1 week | Time 9:30 am – 4 pm
Tuition $485 | Location 100 S Racine Ave | Financial Aid Available

Over the course of one week, children ages 8 to 11 will rehearse, create costumes, paint sets, act, sing, and dance as they prepare to star in one of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s mainstage shows. On the final day, the campers will perform the show live for family and friends on the stage of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s Pritzker Family Studio. 

Hip Hop Alice | Ages 6 – 11 | August 17 – 28 | Two Week | $970
9:30 am – 4 pm

Over the course of two weeks, children ages 6 to 11 will rehearse, create costumes, paint sets, act, sing, and dance as they prepare to star in one of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s mainstage shows. On the final day the campers will perform the musical live for family and friends on the stage of Chicago Children’s Theatre’s Pritzker Family Studio. 

We believe every child should have access to our programming regardless of financial position. We make every effort to provide scholarships for children and families with demonstrated need. 

Inclusion and access are core values at CCT. We believe, and research supports, that access to high-quality theatre arts learning experiences is essential to enhance individual development and improved functioning in school, work, and community settings. We know exposure to the theatre can increase a child’s capacity for empathy, ultimately cultivating a more accepting society. 

Annually, 1 in 5 youth at CCT will receive financial assistance to participate in this game-changing programming. If you would like to add your name to our list of THEATRE EDUCATION ACCESS supporters, or if you would like more information on our financial assistance program, contact us today! 

Thanks to the generosity of the Susan M. Venturi Fund in memory of James and Roslyn Marks, financial assistance is available for our education programs. 

Questions? Contact Dexter Ellis, Director of Education & Community Programs at dexter@chicagochildrenstheatre.org.