The Redhouse Arts Center

A New Three Theatre Complex at City Center

In-House Summer Camps/Youth Experiences

Welcome to Redhouse Summer Education and Summer Programming

Redhouse offers in-house youth experiences for students who learn best in a traditional learning environments. We want to ensure that all students, no matter their learning style, are able to engage with the arts . Final performances/concerts will be live and in person.
Final performances/concerts will be live and in person. This year, in addition to our regular programming, we have added an Advanced Studies program for experienced students who want to take their performance to the next level! Once your child is registered online, more specific information will be made available in your welcome packet. Specific questions can be emailed to our Ben Borenstein, Education Department Coordinator at [email protected]

Refund Policy and Multi Child Discounts
Refunds will only be given up to 14 days prior to your camp start date. Limited exceptions will be made for extenuating circumstances. 

Teen Summer Series

Redhouse Teen Summer series offers programming for everyone from beginners to intermediate to experienced students who want to have fun but still improve their skills. Students will work with Redhouse Teaching Artists in a nurturing and welcoming environment.

RedEd and Open Hand Theater presents…

James and the Giant Peach

Camp: Ages 10-17, Monday – Friday, July 5th – 15th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Open Hand Theatre students  will prepare to mount a production of James and the Giant Peach. The students’ final performance will be live and in-person at Redhouse!

*Please note we will be closed on July 4th and begin the first day of camp on Tuesday, July 5th.



Musical Mashup

Camp: Ages 10-17, Monday – Friday, July 18th – 22nd, 9:00am – 5:00pm

One of Redhouse’s most popular camps is back! Students will learn the essentials of storytelling, as they work together in the areas of music production, movement/dance, and drama to create an original performance piece. Professional teaching artists and choreographers will guide students in planning and producing a choreo-narrative, showcasing a mashup of their favorite songs.



Teen Summer Series – Advanced Studies

This summer Redhouse’s Education Department is excited to launch its inaugural Advanced Studies Program. Students will be given the opportunity to study alongside Redhouse’s Artistic Director and other industry professionals while receiving masterclasses to help build confidence and hone their craft.

* Auditions will take place in April In-person (at Redhouse) April 13th – 16th. You are also welcome to submit virtually. Your audition will not determine whether you are welcomed to camp – All students are welcome! In order to get to know our students and create the best curriculum possible, we want to get to know everyone before the first day of camp. To schedule your audition time or submit a virtual audition, after registering your student email [email protected]

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Directed by Heather Lanza, Director of Education at Waterwell (

Camp: Ages 13-17, Monday – Friday, July 5th – 15th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Created from interviews, Runaways is a collection of songs, dances and spoken word pieces about personal struggle and the world at large as seen through the eyes of youth in New York City in the ’70s.

*Please note we will be closed on July 4th and begin the first day of camp on Tuesday, July 5th.

July 5th – July 15th Camp/Rehearsals
July 15th at 6:00pm: Performance



Spoon River Anthologies

Directed by Temar Underwood, Redhouse’s Artistic Director

Camp: Ages 13-17, Monday – Friday, July 18th – 22nd, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Via musical interludes, we are introduced in a cemetery to the ghosts of those who were inhabitants of this town, and whose secrets have gone with them to the grave. There are sixty-odd characterizations and vignettes in this constantly interesting entertainment offering an amazingly varied array of roles and impersonations.

July 18th – July 22nd Camp/Rehearsals

July 22nd at 6:00pm: Performance Live, In-Person



Advances Studies – Package – Runaways  and Spoon River Anthologies

Who: Ages 13-17  years old
Camp: Monday – Friday, July 5th-15th, 9:00am – 5:00pm and July 18th – 22nd

Attend all the Advances Studies Programs this summer


Rock Camp – Working Musician

Who: Ages 13-17 years old

Camp: Monday – Friday, July 25th – July 29th, 9:00am-5:00pm
The Week will end with an Album Release Party presented by the students.

Do you play drums? A brass instrument? Strings? Guitar? Keys? Harpsichord? The Working Musicians’ Rock Camp is perfect for students who sing or play any instrument – that’s right, ANY instrument! As part of this program, musicians will learn from professional musicians in order to develop a unique sound as a band/musician, as well as the “how-tos” of promoting a live performance (logo design, band image, and more).

**Students should have previous music experience with instrument or vocal performance


Camp for the Little Ones
Little Zoo-perstars at Rosamond Gifford Zoo

Who: Ages 6-10 years old
Camp: August 22nd-26th, 9:00am-5:00pm
This concert will be live streamed for our community.

Your little one will spend the week with us at the zoo, exploring the zoo and multidisciplinary arts activities leading up to a final performance! In partnership with the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, we invite our Little Superstars to try their hand at dancing, acting, designing, and playing instruments alongside our teaching artists. They will also enjoy plenty of fresh air and visit the animal exhibits at the zoo!