Summer Camp Program

The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
Youth Theatre Program's

2022 Summer Camp!

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It is the mission of The Scranton Cultural Center Youth Theatre Program to provide a quality education in the performing and visual arts to young children and teens in an environment that honors achievement, creativity and personal growth. Our goal is to nurture and inspire a lifelong love and appreciation of the arts by engaging youth in enriching theatrical opportunities. The SCCYTP offers opportunities for local youths to participate in educational opportunities including performances, workshops and of course our annual Summer Camp Program!

 

Go to Little Dragons

PreK-4th Grade

Go to SummerStage

5th - 12th Grade

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 CLICK HERE to View

Little Dragons Playhouse Sessions

  CLICK HERE to View

SummerStage Sessions

 

Click here to Register Online TODAY!

Click here to pay tuition fees in full.

 

 

Buy Tickets to the Live Performances $7.50 In Advance | $12.50 Day of Show (Includes Ticketing Fees)

 

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We are looking forward to keeping your kids engaged in our inclusive, supportive and educational SCC community this summer.  Please check out all of our programs below and feel free to contact SCC Youth Theatre Program Director, Camille Reinecke at camille@sccmt.org with questions!

Please note that you must register and pay in full for each Camp Session prior to the start of that program. Please pay for your session online through our secure online shop at ScrantonCulturalCenter.org/Camp. The site accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal.

 

CLICK HERE to Download a printable Registration Form or Register Online HERE

CLICK HERE to Download a printable Scholarship Application or apply online HERE


Have a question? Contact Miss Camille TODAY at camiller@sccmt.org
or (570) 346-7369 x100

The SCCYTP 2022 Summer Camp is supported in part by:

 

Additional support provided by:
Lackawanna CountyPA Council on the Arts and Michael Straub Photography