Burning Coal Theatre offers intensive two-week summer conservatories for Middle Schoolers interesting in learning more about the theatre and High Schoolers seeking to strengthen and deepen their theatre practice.
Now in its 27th year, Raleigh Little Theatre’s Education Program provides children ages 4–12 and teenagers with comprehensive theatrical training. Their mission is for each student in their program to find his or her voice and sense of play in a non-competitive atmosphere.
The Town of Cary offers a wide range of summer arts camps and classes. See the Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Multi-Disciplinary sections for other program offerings. Please note, camps and classes take place in various locations, for specific details and to register, visit the Town of Cary website.
The Town of Garner offers arts-based programming and activities through its Park, Recreation and Cultural Resources departments. Theatre programming is offered in conjunction with the Garner Performing Arts Center. Please visit the Music and Visual Arts Section to see other programs offered by the Town of Garner.
The Town of Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Center offers a wide assortment of arts education classes for children of all ages. Other classes offered by Holly Springs are listed in the Dance, Music and Visual Arts Camp sections. Please note, classes have two different location possibilities (Holly Springs Cultural Arts Center or Hunt Recreation Center)—for details, visit the Town of Holly Springs website.
The Town of Wake Forest has a broad variety of arts education classes and camps for children and teenagers. Their Theatre Camps are offered through Raleigh Little Theatre outreach programs. For other arts education programs, please visit the Dance, Music and Visual Arts Camps sections.