Summer Camps


 We are excited to have Christina Docter as our Lead Summer Director.  All summer camps are 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday.  This year we will have a three week camp that will allow us to spend more time on choreography, blocking, and vocals.  The three week & two week camps will have performances the last Friday of camp, 2 performances the following Saturday, and one performance on Sunday.  Our one week camps will have a performance on the last day of camp (Friday) at 3pm.

May 26 – May 27

Stage Management Camp

Ages 12 and up


Join us for a jam packed two day camp that will get you on your feet to Assistant Stage Manage a show at YAAL!  You will learn about the responsibilities and duties needed to be an effective stage manager at our theater and at other theaters.


May 28 – 29

Dungeons & Dragons Camp

Ages 12 and up


A 2 day camp that will teach you the basics of Dungeons and Dragons.  This camp is a great way to get started in many campaigns of the game.  We will also be offering D&D Nights throughout the summer (more info to come) so that players will be able to use the skills that they learn.


June 1 – June 21

Moana Jr.

9am-3pm, ages 8 and up

Performances Friday June 19th at 7pm

Saturday June 20th at 2pm & 7pm

Sunday June 21st at 2pm

*More performances may be added on June 27th & 28th


This thrilling and heartwarming coming-of-age story follows the strong-willed Moana as she sets sail across the Pacific to save her village and discover the truth about her heritage. Moana and the legendary demigod Maui embark on an epic journey of self-discovery and camaraderie as both learn to harness the power that lies within. With empowering messages of bravery and selflessness, Moana JR. is sure to bring out the hero within each of us.

Disney’s Moana JR. is a 60-minute musical adaptation of the 2016 Disney animated film, bringing the adventures of Moana and her village of Motunui to life onstage. Moana JR. features all the beloved songs from the film, written by Tony®, GRAMMY, Emmy, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i, and Mark Mancina, including “How Far I’ll Go,” “Shiny,” and “You’re Welcome.”

** Now Available- Additional Payment Options for Moana Jr.**

Payment may be made in full or you may also pay in two payments- $275 due now and the remaining $200 due (cash or check) by June 1st, the first day of rehearsals.  No refunds will be given should you decide to cancel registration.


June 22 – June 26

The Enchanted Bookshop Theatre Camp

9am-3pm, ages 8 and up

Performance Friday June 26th at 3pm


During the day, A Likely Story may look like any other used bookstore.  But at night, it’s a place where magic happens.  That’s when the characters inside the books come alive.

Six of those characters — Dorothy Gale, Robin Hood, Pollyanna, Sherlock Holmes, Heidi, and Tom Sawyer — long to help Margie, the scatterbrained owner, save her struggling store.  But they’re not allowed to leave the building or be seen by human eyes.  So when a pair of smugglers comes looking for a stolen necklace hidden inside one of the books, the characters are torn.  Should they warn Margie and risk disappearing forever?  Or can they find a way to defeat the crooks without being seen?


June 29 – July 12

Blue Skies

9am-3pm, ages 8 and up

Performances Friday July 10th at 7pm

Saturday July 11th at 2pm & 7pm

Sunday July 12th at 2pm


This Jukebox Musical will be written by Director Christina Docter during the two week camp.  More details to come……


July 13 – July 17

The Magical Land of Oz- A Musical Camp

9am-3pm, ages 8 and up

Performance Friday July 17th at 3pm


A musical based on the L. Frank Baum classic book.  When Dorothy’s house squashes the Wicked Witch of the East, she and her dog Toto set out on the adventure that has charmed millions.  With her friends, Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, and Tin Woodsman, this remarkable journey takes them to the great Oz…  who will only grant them their wishes if they rid the world of the Wicked Witch of the West.  This simplified version of our ever-popular two act adaptation has much of the same action and charm that has made Oz! one of our top-selling musicals.


July 20 – August 2 

Camp Rock the Musical

9am-3pm, ages 10 and up

Performances Friday July 31st at 7pm

Saturday August 1st at 2pm & 7pm

Sunday August 2nd at 2pm


Disney’s Camp Rock The Musical, a combination of The Disney Channel’s “Camp Rock” and “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” (starring teen idols, Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers) will fire up your stage with over a dozen songs, including “This Is Me,” “Can’t Back Down,” “It’s On” and “We Rock.”

A classic story of rivalry and power, Disney’s Camp Rock The Musical opens with Mitchie and her friends arriving at Camp Rock, ready to spend another summer jamming out and having the time of their lives. But the new, flashy Camp Star across the lake now threatens Camp Rock’s very existence. To keep the doors open, Mitchie steps up, rallies her fellow Camp Rockers and gets them into top shape for the ultimate showdown!

Disney’s Camp Rock The Musical features a large ensemble cast with many featured roles. Whether your actor is a singer, actor, dancer or triple threat, everyone has an opportunity to shine in this high-energy show!


August 3 – August 7

Looking Glass Land Theatre Camp

9am-3pm, ages 8 and up

Performance Friday August 7th at 3pm


This award-winning stage adaptation by renowned playwright James DeVita takes Lewis Carroll’s original Through the Looking Glass and literally runs with it.  This wild adaptation highlights and improvises on the pure, unadulterated fun of the story.  The play still retains some of Carroll’s deeper meanings, but what it possesses most of all is a huge helping of unabashed silliness!

This delightful romp through Alice’s looking glass land retains all of the familiar characters then introduces dozens of new ones:  a baseball team, a gospel group called The Responsibilities, a train conductor, a peanut salesman, detectives, a Miss America pageant, star-struck tourists, plastic light saber wielding knights and much more.  Set requirements are minimal.  The play can be performed on a bare stage with suggested set changes accomplished with lighting, or the production can be as huge as your imagination and budget allow.  The Children’s Book and Play Review declares, “This is an excellent script…  delightful, amusing and believable in a land that’s not.” 


"To be an actor you have to be a child." — Paul Newman