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Register for these summer camps, events and classes with one of our favorite community partners.

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We are excited to be bringing theatre back to the Historic Elitch Theater!

As we return to in-person classes, we will be meeting on the grounds of the Historic Elitch Theater, enjoying the theater lawn and the beautifully restored carousel shell.

At The Curtain Playhouse we have classes for students in Kindergarten through High School.   No audition is required to participate & all students are accepted regardless of skill or level of experience.  If you have questions about our class offerings, please email us at  

June 7-11, grades K-4: Half-Day Camp 

Disney Villains- Evil but Fabulous!- 9:30 am-12:30 noon

Join us for a week of Scheming!

Get up close & personal with your favorite Disney Villains as you learn from the tried & true characters such as Jafar, Maleficient, The Evil Queen, Queen of Hearts or Ursula. Then we’ll create our own Villains as we invent an alter ego, complete with a catchy name and special powers. We’ll also design our own villain costumes & accessories. 

9:30-12:30- (bring a nut-free snack each day), click on the Villains to register.
Taught by: Charlotte Williamson

Tuition $175.00  *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*


June 14-18, grades 4-12: Half Day Virtual Camp
Singer's Bootcamp
1:1 Voice Coachings, Whole Group Masterclasses, & a Solfege Boot Camp with Miss Caity!


During this vocal pedagogy Summer Camp, students will learn proper vocal technique, bolster their musical literacy skills, and develop their inner ears. The goal of this program is to not only make your singers better solo performers, but also better musicians. This will make them self-sufficient in their craft, and ready to handle that next audition!


This camp will be limited to 15 participants so that each vocalist will receive two separate 1:1 voice lessons where their vocal technique strengths will be bolstered and weaknesses independently addressed. In addition, this number of singers will allow us to work on group numbers where we can focus on harmonizing, blending, and their associated techniques. 


Lastly, each participant will have the opportunity to participate in two intensive masterclasses. Masterclasses are a chance for vocalists to get live coachings as they perform solo in front of an audience of their peers. While this might sound scary, it allows for dynamic and interactive vocal growth, both for the audience and the performer alike."
10-12:30 each day, taught virtually over Zoom 
Taught by Caitlin Hoffert

Tuition $175.00  *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*
If recommendations allow, the class will be changed to an in-person format.


June 14-18, grades K-4: Half-Day Camp

All About Shakespeare! 
We will be writing an improv-based skit, and campers will be able to pick their own

Shakespearean character. Learn about Shakespearean history, period movement, and acting

techniques. We will share some crafts and have other fun introductions to Shakespeare.

Taught by: Charlotte Williamson
9:30-12:30 (bring a nut-free snack each day), click on Mr Shakespeare to register. 

Tuition $175.00  *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*


June 21-25, grades K-5: Half Day Camp

Charlotte's Web

Join us for this wonderful adaptation of Charlotte's Web! Young actors will recognize all of their favorite enchanting characters are here: Wilbur, the irresistible young pig; Fern, a girl who understands what animals say to each other; Templeton, the gluttonous rat who can occasionally be talked into a good deed; the Zuckerman family; the Arables; and, most of all, the extraordinary spider, Charlotte, who proves to be “a true friend and a good writer.” Our week together includes characterization, movement, and the basics of storytelling.

9:30-12:30- (bring a nut-free snack each day), click on the Wilbur to register.
Taught by: Charlotte Williamson

Tuition $175.00  *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*


June 28-July 2, grades K-5: Half Day Camp
Clowning Around
If you’re a fan of the wacky, the silly, and the zany, then our comedy camp is the place for you! Learn the keys to classic clowning that will have them slapping their knees and rolling in the aisles! Unleash your inner comic and study the craft of being funny!
Taught by: Charlotte Williamson

9:30-12:30- (bring a nut-free snack each day), click on the Clown to register.

Tuition $175.00  *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*


Theatre on the  Lawn


July 12- 29, grades 6-12 and Alumni- Full Day Camp

This summer, join us for a show that is a true CELEBRATION! We are thrilled to announce our Summer 2021 Production of "GODSPELL", at the musical's 50th Anniversary! We will be performing on the lawn of the Elitch Theater, and our audiences will gather at dusk, bringing picnic dinners/desserts, ready to experience this rock musical. The show brings a fantastic score by Stephen Schwartz, and the stories by John-Michael Tebelak based on the teachings of Jesus. What a perfect balm for the difficult times of the past year; telling us these messages of the coming together of diverse communities, and finding a way to get along with one another in peace and harmony.
Directed by: Eric Franklin

Music Direction by: Tammy Franklin
Dramaturg: Cole Franklin

(bring a nut-free snack each day), click on the show logo to register.
Tuition $565.00, *$25 off each week when registering for multiple sessions.*

10-3 pm Mondays- Fridays, July 12-29

Performances July 30th & 31st at dusk


For Summer Camps, 2021
As we look forward to a return to in-person classes, please note that all of these rules for our 2021 camps may be altered depending on CDC & State of Colorado guidelines. We will be in touch before the camp begins with updates and expectations.

Lunches- Each student must bring a nut-free snack or lunch (July camps only) and drink each day. Water fountains will not be available and each student should have a labeled water bottle for their use. 

Before & After Care are not available this year.


Inside & Out- We plan to spend each camp outdoors at the Historic Elitch Theater.  In case of inclement weather, we will take cover at the beautifully restored carousel shell. Please be sure campers are dressed for the weather. Students can come with sunscreen applied, or they will need to apply it themselves.


Hand sanitizer will be available, and students are welcomed and encouraged to bring their own containers, as well.


Masks: Masks are required during camp for our staff and students.


This summer have some free family fun making a silent film with your family and submitting to our Denver Regional Youth Film Festival with a chance to be entered into the International Youth Silent Film Festival Global Awards and win cash prizes.

Click below to register for our virtual class that will guide you on making your silent film.



1st PLACE - Balley's Western Adventure by Johnny White

2nd PLACE - The Magician Fisherman by Kaelen Becker


3rd PLACE - The Silent Love - Brary by the Open Media Generation

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1st PLACE - The Most Magnificent Thing - Directed by Arna Selznick


2nd PLACE - Carl's Big Adventure - Directed by Brett Jubinville


3rd PLACE - At Maria's - Directed by Andrew Stennett

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