Registration for Virtual Camp Arena for Summer 2021 is now open!
Virtual Camp Arena Stage
June 28 - August 6, 2021
Camp Arena Stage is a half-day program.
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
(morning or afternoon):
June 28 – July 9, 2021
(morning or afternoon):
July 12 – July 23, 2021
July 26 – August 6, 2021
Due to location and building capacity, Camp Arena Stage will be a virtual program in Summer 2021.
"I always feel free to express myself at camp." – CAS Camper
The creativity and community of Camp Arena Stage are coming to your home this summer! In this half-day, multi-arts program, campers choose their own schedules from a list of classes in theater, music, dance, media, visual art and writing.
Learning from an all-star team of professional artists and educators, campers will be immersed in interactive arts activities.
With a daily show and time built in to connect with friends old and new, Virtual Camp Arena Stage will provide campers with an unforgettable summer experience at home.
"The counselors have celebrated each child’s artistic talent ... and provided positive support and encouragement. I am simply in awe that this would be possible virtually."
– CAS Parent
Virtual Camp Arena Stage is an online, multi-arts program and community for young people ages 8 to 15. It is a place for young artists to explore, discover and create art while making meaningful connections with other young people.
Camps are half days – morning or afternoon – and run Monday through Friday for two weeks. Campers select their classes upon enrolling. Campers can register for more than one camp.
Each camper selects two classes from options in theater, music, dance, media, visual art and writing. Maximum class size is 14 campers with an average class size of 8 campers.
Classes are taught by a special team of professional artists and teachers. This “all-star” group has gathered virtually - from near and far - to plan an unforgettable summer program. Instructors have training and experience teaching online.
KY'LEND J. ADAMS
KELLY DE ANGIOLETTI
PAMELA T. SIMONSON
A limited number of need-based scholarships are available, including The Tommy Raskin and The Friends of Southwest DC Scholarships. Please complete and return the CAS Scholarship Application and provide proof of need. Applications are accepted and approved on a rolling basis.
Click here to apply.
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Arena Stage’s Community Engagement efforts are generously sponsored by Denie and Frank Weil; The Estate of Ms. Toni A. Ritzenberg; AT&T; the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation; Joanne Barker; the deLaski Family Foundation; Catherine and Chris Guttman-McCabe; the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities; Hattie M. Strong Foundation; Robert and Natalie Mandel Family Foundation; Floyd E. Davis Family Foundation; Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.; Alice Shaver Foundation; Theatre Forward; Collins Aerospace; England Family Foundation; Friends of Southwest D.C.; GEICO; JBG Smith; Wayne and Susan Jonas; Wells Fargo & Company; Foley & Lardner LLP; Weissberg Foundation; Jean Schiro- Zavela and Vance Zavela; Theatre Forward; Actors’ Equity Foundation; and Youth Activities Task Force (YATF) of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly, Inc.