Dates & Tuition

2018 CAMPS SCHEDULE

Mark your calendar! Enrollment opens & summer auditions are March 24th, 2018.

Session Dates

Session 1 May 29 - June 1 (4 Day Week)
Session 2 June 4 - 8
Session 3 June 11 - 15
Session 4 June 18 - 22
Session 5 June 25 - 29
Session 6 July 2 - 6 (4 Day Week)
Session 7 July 9 - 13
Session 8 July 16 - 20
Session 9 July 23 - 27
Session 10 July 30 - August 3
Session 11 August 6 - 10
Day Camps August 13, 14, & 15

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Ages 11-16

June 4-8

*Includes Friday Lunch at OCU Cafeteria. (+$20 Young Company registration fee for new 2018 students)

An old house in rural England becomes the home base for four children who wander into an incredible country through an old wardrobe and help the country return to summer. In the incredible Narnia, they make friends with the frightened forest people who have almost given up hope for the return of good King Aslan, their true ruler. When Aslan was there, it was always summer. There is a great battle to see whether this magical country will remain under a wintry spell or will, once again, know freedom and summer under good King Aslan. A charming play about courage and the love of freedom

This 3-Week production camp is part of our 2018 Summer Camps.  This production is also part of our regular season and features an extended run. With an intensive rehearsal period, this show is better suited to more experiences and serious young actors.

Auditions are required. Click here for more details.

$530*
June 25-29

Grab your selfie stick and head out with us as we embrace the art of photography using only our cell phones. Develop a deeper understanding of photography fundamentals including composition, lighting, editing, and other important picture-taking techniques, as we learn to compose interesting images using only our smartphones. Prints of the classes work will then be displayed in a gallery showing at the end of the week.

Students will need to bring their own smartphone each day.

 A collaboration between OCT and the Oklahoma City University School of Visual Arts

$180
July 2-6

*Includes Friday Lunch at OCU Cafeteria. (+$20 Young Company registration fee for new 2018 students)

Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

This 4-Week production camp is part of our 2018 Summer Camps.  This production is also part of our regular season and features an extended run. With an intensive rehearsal period, this show is better suited to more experiences and serious young actors.

Auditions required. Click here for more details.

$630*
July 9-13

Watch out Hollywood! Students in this intensive class will work with our film professionals each day as they develop, write, rehearse, star in, and edit an original short film. Their cinematic blockbuster will premiere for their friends and family at a special film preview at the end of the session. A great option for those that love to be both on and off camera alike!

 A collaboration between OCT and the Oklahoma City University School of Visual Arts

$180
July 16-20

Using contemporary artists as inspirations, this unique class teaches the process of turning found and recycled objects into extraordinary works of mobile magic. This class pushes creative thinking, encourages the examination of waste, and allows for unique creative expression in a safe environment. Students will spend the week building individual 8’ long hanging masterpieces which will be displayed for friends and families at the end of session showcase.

 A collaboration between OCT and the Oklahoma City University School of Visual Arts

$180