SPARC Summer Camp

Whether your children love showing off their dance moves, writing short stories and plays, filming music videos and skits, or just love learning new skills, SPARC has a summer camp that will release their inner awesome! SPARC offers summer camps for kids Age 4 – Rising 12th Grade. Beginners welcome! SPARC programs are open to all skill levels.

Sparclers Camp

In our one-week SPARCLERS camps, campers will learn the building blocks of performance, singing, acting, and dancing as they work together as a team to create a final show. Themes for junior SPARCLERS include Peppa’s Party, On a Roll with the Paw Patrol, and Ferdinand and Friends, while our older SPARCLERS will enjoy The Last of the Jedi, Gnome Place Like Home, and Jurassic Jam.

Bravo Camp

Bravo is a four-week camp where each day is filled with engaging performing arts training such as acting workshops, musical theatre styles, audition skill-building, and creative movement culminating in an exciting final performance. Choose from Bravo Jr., Bravo, or Advanced Bravo.

Focus In Camp

Step onto the red carpet and learn more about the art of film from both sides of the camera with our Focus In camp! Campers will gain experience in acting and filming for movies and television and will even create independent projects featuring their own ideas.

August Adventure Camp

Our August Adventure camps are presented in partnership with Cadence Theatre Company, August Adventure is one of our most popular camp offerings and has expanded to three locations for each age group. For two weeks in August, students have the chance to rehearse and perform in a musical. The August Adventure Jr. Camp (ages 4 – 9, pre-k through rising 4th graders) will present Seussical KIDS and the August Adventure Camp (ages 10 – 13, rising 5th through 8th graders) will present Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR. August Adventure 2018 camps will run Monday, July 30 – Friday, August 10.

Financial aid is available.

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SPARC, The School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation committed to creating life-changing experiences for Richmond’s youth!

For more than 35 years, SPARC has been setting the stage for life, serving youth, schools, families, and communities throughout Richmond and across Virginia. With professional teaching artists presenting a range of classes, workshops, camps, productions, and other programs, SPARC provides confidence, creativity, and character to generations of young people. The result is that young people go on to perform better, not just on stage, but in school, in their careers, and in life.