Virtual Camp Arena Stage
9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Camps are two weeks long.
June 22 – July 3
July 6 – July 17
July 20 – July 31
Online via Zoom
"I always feel free to express myself at camp."
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.
"I can create beautiful, real art."
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 16 campers. Supplies lists are provided for families to purchase supplies for visual arts classes.
All campers belong to a small “homeroom” group with time to participate in group activities, socialize and forge friendships. Our beloved daily show is an opportunity for our campers and staff to perform for and enthusiastically support each other.
Artists from Arena Stage’s musicals, the record-breaking Disney’s Newsies and Anything Goes will be featured guests during camp. These talented artists are excited to meet campers and discuss being an artist.
Register for Virtual Camp Arena Stage and enjoy these exclusive opportunities.
July 14 | 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m | Kristyn Pope
July 14 | 4 - 4:30 p.m. | DeMoya Watson Brown
July 22 | 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.| Ethan Van Slyke
July 22 | 4 - 4:30 p.m. | Joe Montoya
DeMOYA WATSON BROWN
ETHAN VAN SLYKE
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.
KELLY DE ANGIOLETTI
LAURA EVERLING MULCHAY
Pamela T. Simonson
Frequently Asked Questions
Policies and Forms
After you have completed your registration, please submit this form to complete your camper's information and emergency contact information and to sign off on our policies for Virtual Camp Arena Stage. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Arena Stage’s community engagement efforts are generously sponsored by Denie and Frank Weil; AT&T; The Coca-Cola Foundation; the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation; Joanne Barker; the deLaski Family Foundation; the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities; Arthur and Barbara Bushkin; Hattie M. Strong Foundation; Robert and Natalie Mandel Family Foundation; Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.; Exelon Corporation; Alice Shaver Foundation; Theatre Forward; Collins Aerospace; Edington, Peel & Associates; Friends of Southwest D.C.; GEICO; JBG Smith; Wayne and Susan Jonas; Venable Foundation; Washington Nationals Dream Foundation; Wells Fargo & Company; Foley & Lardner LLP; Weissberg Foundation in memory of Wallace Kent Babington; The Albert & Lillian Small Foundation; Jean Schiro- Zavela and Vance Zavela; Actors’ Equity Foundation; and Youth Activities Task Force (YATF) of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly, Inc.