SHUBERT SUMMER CAMP 2022 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
We will have Musical Camp for rising 5th/6th graders and 7th/8th graders each session this summer. These campers will work on the musicals below.
Each session will also have Theater & Arts Camp for rising 3rd/4th graders, 5th/6th graders and 7th/8th graders. These campers will take Acting, Short Film, and Visual Arts classes each day.
Shubert Camp is licensed by the CT Office of Early Childhood and follows all OEC and New Haven Covid-19 guidelines.
COVID-19 POLICY UPDATE AS OF 4/13/22:
With the continued trend of changes in Covid-19 policies in CT and regionally, the Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp will no longer require proof of vaccination for campers attending 2022 summer camp. Currently, the City of New Haven still requires that masks be worn inside all school buildings. We will continue to monitor the mask policy as the start of camp approaches. Please note:
SESSION 1 JULY 5-15, 2022
Theater & Arts Showcase on 7/14/22 at 4pm
SESSION 2 JULY 18-29, 2022
Theater & Arts Showcase on 7/28/22 at 4pm
INCLUDED IN YOUR TUITION:
The Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp is a summer program for middle school students who want to explore interests, potential, and opportunities in the arts. The camp offers students a chance to take in-depth classes in acting, short film, visual arts, and musical theater while in an arts rich environment. The camp is open to both New Haven and non-New Haven residents. Located at adjacent Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School, The Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp is situated in the heart of downtown New Haven, surrounded by theaters, galleries, and museums. In addition to an arts atmosphere, the camp is staffed by a combination of professional artists, teaching artists, and emerging student-teacher-artists from Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School.
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Cooperative Arts & Humanities
Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp classes are located in Cooperative Arts & Humanities high school, the celebrated arts magnet school for the New Haven region. The school, located at 177 College Street, is in the heart of downtown New Haven, near Yale University, the Shubert Theatre, The British Arts Center, and various galleries.