Lights! Camera! Action! It’s all about theatre & drama with these exciting camps for children. Check it out now!
Professional Live Theatre
The Souris Valley Theatre is a non-profit professional live theatre. Our spectacular shows are created in collaboration with trained performers and industry specialists.
We also organize summer camps. Every one of our summer camps concludes with a short performance for family and friends.
Our summer theatre camps are led by a team of local experts and knowledgeable summer students!
Our team works together to assist participants in understanding what it’s like to be in a theatre show, have fun with their peers, and express themselves via theatre.
Save the drama for this summer because we have come up with an exciting summer camp that your kids are sure to enjoy. Summer theatre courses at Souris Valley Theatre will help children build their confidence and give them the chance to explore new avenues of theatre, including acting, choreography, lighting, sound, set design, and more. These workshops and programs are designed to ensure that your children are allowed to develop as all-rounders. We help them build soft skills, life skills as well as practical skills.
We run three camps for three different age groups each summer, as well as an improv camp.
This is for children aged six to eight.
This is for children aged nine to twelve.
This is for children aged ten and above.
This is for children aged 8+
2023 Camp Dates
Act I (Age 6-8) July 17-21 (9:00 - 2:00) $125
Students create a play based on a theme of their choice. Days are spent preparing their performance (lines, props, set, costumes) mixed with games and snack time. Parents who attend the final performance may even be taught a few of the students’ favourite theatre games!
Act III (Age 10 +) July 3-14 (9:00 - 4:00) $275
This two week camp works on either a prepared script or one created by the group to put together a final performance given to the parents on the main stage at the end of camp. Students are given the opportunity to learn all aspects of a performance both on and off the stage. This includes working wth sound and light in the main theatre.
Act II (Age 9-12) July 24-28 (9:00 - 3:30) $150
Students create a play based on a theme of their choice. Days are spent preparing their performance (lines, props, set, costumes) mixed with games and snack time.
Improv (Age 8+) Aug. 8-11 (9:00 - 3:30) $100
Learn how to think on your feet and move a scene ahead without a written script. Spontaneous and fun…you never know where the scene will go or how it will end!