Theater Camp

Dear Summer partners, campers and friends,

We all know 2020 did not go as any of us thought it would and hope that you, your friends, and your families are safe and well.

St. Olaf continues to monitor and assess the impact of COVID-19 on our campus, locally and nationally as we look toward the spring and at what may be possible for this summer.

At this time, there is no way to know how summer 2021 will look, but we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and make summer plans according to the data and guidance from public health officials.

A decision for summer 2021 programs will be made by April 2, 2021.

Please know we are eager to return to some sense of normalcy and again welcome guests on St. Olaf’s campus as soon as it is safe to do so.

We miss our campers and summer friends and will remain hopeful.

Sincerely,
St. Olaf Events Team

Join us for an exciting experience at the St. Olaf theater camp. You’ll learn about many facets of theater from creative professionals. Explore everything from acting fundamentals to stage combat with others who love theater as much as you do.

This camp is an exciting, fun-filled experience where we stress the collaborative nature of live theater. Through teamwork, we create a safe environment that encourages participants to think creatively and expressively. Our goal is to teach, guide, and nurture the emerging theater artist as well as those interested in learning about the theater. This is a low-stress, high-energy experience. Come and have fun, make new friends and learn about the art and craft of theater on the beautiful St. Olaf campus in historic Northfield, Minnesota.

Students of all levels leave camp feeling more experienced in multiple areas of theater.  In addition to classes and rehearsal – all taught by talented instructors and guest specialists – the camp schedule includes nightly social activities.

Schedule

Check-in is on Sunday from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm with check-out following the final showcase on Saturday from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

Meet the Production Staff

Mishia B. Edwards
Artistic Director – Mishia’s work can be seen in and around the Twin Cities. She is a professional director and arts educator who has experience working with all ages and skill levels.

Todd Edwards
Production Director – Todd is a freelance designer and fight director. He is a St. Olaf theater department faculty member as well as its technical director.

Rosie Linsner
Alumni of St. Olaf College. She has worked with major theater education programs in the Twin Cities including Children’s Theater Company and Perpich Center for Arts Education. She has training in modern dance, ballet, theatrical movement techniques, and classical voice training which support her background in Musical Theater. 

Payment Information

Registration Information

Registration Information

Register now with our secure online form or complete a printable registration form and send it via mail. Registrations are accepted until capacity has been reached. When completing the online form please see the following payment options to the right.

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Payment Options

Payment Options

Option 1: Pay in Full.
At the conclusion of the registration form, you will be asked to submit credit card information. Once submitted, the full amount will be paid.

Option 2: Deposit Only.
Submit a minimum $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve your athletes spot today. Registration is not officially accepted until completed registration form and deposit is received on the same day. Payment must be paid in full 4 weeks prior to camp start date.

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Written cancellations (post or email) received four weeks prior to camp start date will receive a refund less the $100 non-refundable deposit. No refunds given within four weeks of camp start date, but substitutions are accepted.

Frequently Asked Questions

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