SUMMER 2022 Classes


Grow, learn, and expand your ACTING, VOCALS, &/or DANCE skills in our summer classes that are designed to help develop a stronger skill set needed for acting and musical theater.


YOUR CHANCE to Improve your self-confidence and become better prepared for our next auditions.



ages 5-7
Session 1: JUNE 13-16, 10-11 am *OR* Session 2:
JULY 18-21, 1-2 pm
COST: $55
INSTRUCTOR:  Erin Nycz, Education Director of Treehouse Theater

We’re going on a camping trip!  In this play-based class, we will use the natural world for inspiration as we explore creative movement, sing well-known camp songs, and do a few craft projects to help us navigate the great outdoors.


ages 8-10
Session 1: JUNE 13-16, 10-11 am *OR* Session 2: JULY 18-21, 1-2 pm
COST: $55

INSTRUCTOR:  Ally Stokes, Alumni of Treehouse Theater


We all know the story of the Three Little Pigs, but what about the Big Bad Wolf’s side of the tale?  Join us to investigate some beloved fairy tales, and to dig a little deeper to find out if there might be two (or more) sides to these well- known stories.  This reader’s-theater style class will ask budding performers to read from a script and create a world with basic set pieces, props and costumes.



ages 8-11 or ages 12+

JULY 18-21, afternoon instruction
    ages 8-11:  vocals 2-3 pm, acting 3-4 pm, dancing 4-5 pm 
    ages 12+:  vocals 1-2 pm, acting 2-3 pm, dancing 3-4 pm


COST:  $50 for 1 class; $90 for two; $125 for all three

INSTRUCTORS:  Lisa Heili, Madde Gilmore, Ginger Van Ells

Hone your singing, acting, and dancing skills with our triple threat workshop! Providing an hour of instruction in each discipline, students can choose one, two, or all three courses for a week of performing arts fun!

grades 9-12+

JUNE 20-23, 10am-4pm 

COST:  $200/student

INSTRUCTORS: Erin Nycz, Lisa Heili, Shannon Meulbroek, Madde Gilmore plus special guests from the industry


Curious how the skills you’ve developed thus far as a performer will translate to high school and/or the world beyond?  Our instructors and special guests will provide personalized feedback on each student's current skill set, challenge them to expand upon their abilities, talk with industry professionals, explore options for staying involved in theater even if they're not planning to pursue it in college, build a resume, get a professional head shot, AND MORE.  Each student will receive personalized coaching to ensure they have a fully polished audition ready — monologue, dance, and song — for the next audition! These pieces will also be shared during the June 23 Showcase at 5:30 pm for family and friends.