Children move through the day in age appropriate groups rotating through classes in DRAMA, ART, MUSIC, & DANCE. 
The final show at the end of the two week camp has been collaboratively built by the kids and their exciting crew of teachers.

A day at camp


The Story and The Show


Each year at Imagine That, the campers are presented with a fresh and unique Imagine That storyline.
All four camps share the same basic skeletal map of the play. What they do with it is where the magic of Imagine That resides.
Each production is uniquely particular to that group of children and teachers.

How this works:
The drama teachers get together in the winter to dream up a wacky story that plays to each age group’s interests and strengths while attending to how each artistic medium can best support the creative process. We carefully consider current concerns and how best to meet them in our uniquely Imagine That! way.
Once the story has been solidified by the scrupulous eyes of the other teachers, we tighten it into its final form.
This is the story we tell the campers on their first day at camp.

They take it from there!!

Children choose their own characters
script themselves
write songs
choreograph dances
build costumes and sets.
Campers work closely with their teachers to collaboratively creating a musical extravaganza in ten short days