Maine Dance Camps and Programs
Located in Washington, Maine about 3 hours from Boston near Camden on a four-mile long lake with a sandy beach. The program fits those who are non-competitive and interested in the arts. There are theater productions, dance programs and 15 arts studios.
Founded in 1946, Camp Med-O-Lark is a co-ed Maine arts summer camp for children ages 8-16 situated on a pristine lake in Washington, ME. Med-O-Lark offers an all-elective arts program in which campers create their own schedule from a wide array of activities such as performing arts, fine arts, sports, waterfront and much more. Med-O-Lark has always been an...
Distinctive visual & performing arts, outdoor & horse programs on 330 acres, private lake, heated pool near Maine coast. Professional staff, individualized teaching, renowned positive community, great food. Directors have lived on site for 20+ years.
A small, non-competitive camp community, where creative campers can make friends with like-minded campers. Professional instruction from teachers, professionals and staff dedicated to working with children & teens on life skills as well as in their activities. Extensive programs in the visual arts, along with theater, dance, music, culinary arts, photography, videography, individual sports and more. On the campus of Unity College in Unity, Maine. Dorm living, camp songs, fun evening activities!
Acting Manitou is located at a beautiful camp site in Oakland, Maine. Campers have beautiful bunks, dining pavilion, two theater spaces, multiple rehearsal rooms, creative center, and pool. Both sessions culminate in full scale productions of play or musicals at either our outdoor amphitheater or indoor thrust stage.
Daily activities include rehearsals and intensive drama workshops on advanced and fundamental acting, voice and body, dance, musical theater, directing, playwriting, comedy improvisation, audition technique and stage combat. During free play hours, campers have access to soccer fields, rehearsal spaces, and a swimming pool.
Evening activities are theater specific group exercises such...