Unleash Your Child’s Creativity with Theatre Camp

Houston Moms is proud to partner with A.D. Players to bring you information about their summer theatre camp!

Are you seeking an extraordinary summer experience for your child? Look no further! A.D. Players’ Summer Theatre Camp is back, and it’s better than ever, now in partnership with Veritas Christian Academy. Get ready for a journey filled with self discovery, creativity, and invaluable life skills!A.D. Players, a renowned theater company located at the beautiful George Theater in Houston, is dedicated to providing quality entertainment with a Christian worldview. They are excited to offer their Summer Theatre Camp for children entering 3rd through 8th grade. For the last 50+ years, A.D. Players has been a mainstay in the world of Houston theater. With a rich history of theatrical excellence, A.D. Players brings a wealth of experience to its summer programming for kids. Their camps focus on developing creative expression and also nurturing young hearts and minds with a Christian worldview.

Here’s what your child can expect from their Summer Theatre Camp:

Develop Performance Skills and Creative Expression

The experienced instructors will lead your child through the captivating world of acting, focusing on stage presence, character development, and more. They will encourage your child to explore the power of self-expression through drama, music, and art in a supportive and inspiring environment. Whether your child dreams of gracing the stage as a performer, exploring their creativity through art and music, or simply immersing themselves in the magic of theater, A.D. Players has something for everyone.

Learn Life-Long Skills

Participation in theater offers children a holistic learning experience that not only hones their performance skills but also equips them with invaluable life skills that will benefit them in school, work, and beyond. Theater arts encourage children to step out of their comfort zones and perform in front of others, helping them build confidence in their abilities and themselves. Through memorizing lines, projecting their voice, and performing in front of an audience, children develop essential public speaking skills that will benefit them in so many other areas of life.

Emphasis on Christian Values

A.D. Players is known for producing compelling theatre from a Christian worldview for diverse audiences. Their summer camp emphasizes the importance of Christian principles such as kindness, compassion, and faith, while fostering a positive and uplifting atmosphere for all the children attending.

Whether your child is a beginner or an experienced performer, shy or outgoing, there’s a place for them at A.D. Players regardless of skill level. Scholarships are available for those who qualify, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to participate in this life-changing experience. A.D. Players’ Summer Theatre Camp offers the perfect blend of artistic growth and spiritual enrichment. Camps run from 9am – 3pm Monday through Friday at Veritas Academy and there will be an informal showcase on the final day of the camp where family and friends can come and see what the kids have been working on.

Don’t let your child miss out on this incredible opportunity to shine both on and off the stage. Sign up today and prepare to watch your child thrive and enjoy this experience they’ll never forget!

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Bethany Dufilho
Bethany, the daughter of an army chaplain and a special education teacher, grew up moving every 2-3 years. She considers herself an introvert who had to learn how to make friends quickly! She met her Houstonian husband, Paul, in college and they married in 2004. They first settled just north of Houston, where she earned her master's degree at Sam Houston State in School Psychology. After working in public education for a couple of years, she decided to stay home full time with their children, Charlie {2008}, Norah {2010}, and Will {2013}. The family moved to Katy in 2012, where they’ve been ever since. She loves decorating and even had her own small business for a while. She also loves to read, binge-watch old TV shows, talk politics and enneagram, and will not turn down a cup of strong coffee or a good conversation with a friend.


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