5 Great Summer Camps in Austin for Kids That Love Theater and The Arts

Friday, April 28, 2017

Nurture My Child

Austin prides itself on having options for everyone, and part of its charm lies in great camp opportunities for kids that love theater and the arts. Do you have an aspiring actor or performer on your hands? Consider signing him or her up for one of these terrific programs that is sure to spark creativity and imagination.


Kids Acting: Kids Acting is the only performing arts school in Austin that empowers kids through performing arts. They provide a safe environment where children ages 3-19 can be creative, expressive, improve communication skills, and have fun! With many locations, camp dates, and weekly themes to choose from, there is sure to be a camp that every child will love.

Creative Action: Creative Action inspires young minds through the arts. Their full-day camps offer kids a chance to explore their creativity while learning valuable social and emotional skills. Each week boasts a fun, new theme that keeps your kids happy, busy, and growing! They offer one week camps for ages 5-10, and teen camps for ages 11-14.

Move Your Tale: Move Your Tale offers improv, sketch, and creative drama camps for children preschool age through high school. Each week explores a unique theme, and schedules fluctuate between focused learning and student led exploration. 

The Dirty Easel: The Dirty Easel brings art, theater, and music together for your creative kid. Children play and explore both indoors and outdoors, growing their potential and engaging in the arts. Christiane Michaelis, the owner of The Dirty Easel and a certified Music and Theater teacher, will lead all camps. 

TexArts: TexAfts offers both half and full-day camps in musical theater, acting, singing, visual arts, dance, and more! Located in Lakeway, their camps range for children ages 5-18. They even offer a mini camp for 2-4 year olds! If you have a theater lover and reside in West Austin, be sure to check them out! 


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