Summer Camp Information

Summer Camp Information

Get ready for a fun filled summer of theatre education with Peak to Peak Players. We will be offering two summer camp sessions that culminate in full productions. Our camps will be taught by group of highly experienced performers and directors, and will include theatre games and skill development along with production rehearsal sessions. Camps will be held at the Gilpin County School. Camps are open to any students entering 2nd-12th grades in the fall.

  • EXTENDED:  Registration and payment for Session 2 is due by June 24th!

A $50 deposit per camp and camper must be received at time of registration.

Cancellation policy – If you cancel BEFORE the registration and payment due date, we will refund your deposit. If you cancel AFTER the registration and payment due date, your deposit will be forfeited.

Late registrations will be considered only if space is available and will be subject to a $35 late fee.

Camp tuition includes 1 or 2 weeks of fun filled theatre experiences and training, a final full production with set and costumes, and a camp t-shirt. Students will need to pack a lunch each day. Two small snacks a day will be provided – students need to pack additional snacks.

Additional students from the same family will receive a 10% discount on subsequent enrollments. We will also offer a limited number of scholarships, please e-mail admin@peaktopeakplayers for a scholarship application (all scholarship applicants and their information will be kept private).

Session 1 Musical Theatre Camp – Alice in Wonderland Jr.


Session 2 Theatre Camp – The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza (one-act)

Directed by: Jacquelyn OBrien and Jess Schmeling 

1 Week July 8th-12th, 2019 from 9:00-4:00
Final Production July 12th @ 6:30 PM in the Gilpin School Auditorium

Tuition: $200, must be paid in full by June 24th, 2019
A $50 deposit is required at time of enrollment

Two battling narrators attempt to cover the entirety of Greek mythology using audience participation, cross-dressing, and general theatrical insanity. Creation myths such as Pandora’s Box and Cronos and the Titans jostle for space with other famous myths like Jason and the Argonauts (the original Super Friends). Culminating in a heart-pounding, five-minute, two-actor version of The Iliad, this fast-paced, free-wheeling play is wild, silly, and a complete blast for all ages.

On the first day of camp, we will do some warm-up activities to get to know each other and then move into Auditions for roles in the production. Auditions will consist of cold-readings from the script. All students will receive a speaking role.

The following camp days will start with games and warm-up activities and move into production rehearsals. The final day of camp will be a production dress rehearsal. After camp ends at 4:00, we will have an early dinner for the campers and then get ready for the final performance at 6:30.


Come and work behind the scenes and learn different elements of technical theatre production. Tech track students will work on set and props, and be on the tech crew for the given production, either as light operator, sound operator, or stage crew. Tech track students may also apply to apprentice as Assistant Director or Stage Manager.

Tech Track Tuition: Session 2 (1 week) $100

If you choose PayPal for your payment option, we will send you an invoice.  If you choose to mail a check, please send to Peak to Peak Players, 143 Main Street #461, Rollinsville, CO 80474.