Acting and Theatre
Creation Camp



Young creators and performers enrolled in this fun and engaging camp will use their imagination while learning all about acting and play making through theatre games, improvisation, storytelling, character creation and more. In this week-long camp, participants will create their own characters and create an original play of their very own, all while learning core acting and theatre skills. All students of any experience level are welcome! Students will begin camp with a tour of Spring Hills Farm and a chance to learn about the work the farm is doing and meet the animals that call the farm home. The class will culminate in a casual production for friends and family of the participants own, original play.

  • Instructor: Michaela Moore of All About Theatre Performing Arts School
  • Have question about the class?
    Contact Michaela:

    Phone: 570.233.3622
  • Ages: Ages 6-12
  • Schedule:
    July 11 – July 15, Monday through Friday
    Monday: 12:30 – 3:00 PM*
    Tuesday – Friday 1:30 – 3:00 PM**
    *On Monday the first hour of class will be a tour of Spring Hills Farm. Parents are welcome to join.
    **Performance will be held the last half hour of camp on Friday, July 15.
  • Location: 500 Kennedy Creek Road, North Abington Township, PA 18414. Follow signs to the Pond House
  • Cost: $125 Suggested.
    This class is “pay what you can” meaning that while we appreciate full tuition cost in order to cover the expenses of the class, we will accept whatever payment participants feel that they can pay. No one will be denied access to this class due to lack of funds. We do ask that each camper give a minimum of $10 to attend. If you wish for a full scholarship, please contact Michaela Moore at or 570.233.3622. Additionally, if you would like to donate more than $125 to help support other campers who may not be able to pay full tuition, we invite you to do so and thank you for your generosity.
  • Adults who bring children to the camp will be able to stay on the Farm during the camp sessions.
  • For downloadable version of this program information please click here.

Michaela Moore

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This camp is presented by the Spring Hills Foundation, which works to preserve family farms as educational venues for sustainable land use and agriculture, and as a source of inspiration for artists of all disciplines. The camp will take place on the Spring Hills Farm, located 14 miles north of Scranton. The Farm has a long history of providing experiential education centered around an immersion in nature.