Cast of Characters Spring Break Drop-In Camp (Ages 8-12)

March 13, 2023, 9am-4pm Monday-FridayIn Person

This week-long or drop-in camp will focus on having fun, being creative, and telling stories together. If you have a fearless youngster who can’t help but take center stage or a shy kiddo who wants to grow their confidence, spring break camp at Stomping Ground could be just the thing to tickle their funny bone.

Each day students will play acting and improv games, create silly characters and stories, and write and produce their own shows for the stage all while connecting and making new friends. They’ll do all of this in a supportive and safe environment at their own pace with our experienced staff. It’s our goal that each child finds the place where they feel confident and shine!

Students can enroll in individual days or can spend the entire week creating comedy with us for a discounted price. Each day will have new games and collaborative projects.

Early Bird pricing ends on February 14. Space is limited so be sure to grab your spots early!

This camp includes:

*Improv games

*Creating original stories and characters

*Telling stories together

*Pssst Parents: Research shows improv also helps with social-emotional awareness, empathy, communication, listening, adaptability, and much much more!

In partnership with the Black Improv Alliance, Stomping Ground has scholarships available for Black student performers. Email to inquire.

Cast of Characters Camp will be held 9 am-4 pm March 13-17. It is for students ages 8-12. Students should bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Stomping Ground Comedy Theater follows current CDC guidelines for masks, PPE, and social distancing policies. You can find our up-to-date policies and FAQs at

All sales are final. Classes are non-refundable but enrollment can be deferred to a future term. All students must adhere to policies in the Stomping Ground Student Handbook. Must be 18 years or older to enroll, unless otherwise stated.

All class times are Central Standard Time (CST).

Masks are strongly recommended for students who are not fully vaccinated as per current CDC guidelines.  Classrooms and common areas will be sanitized prior to each class.