2017 SUMMER STUDIOSRegistration Open (early bird rates until Jan 20)
2017 SUMMER STUDIOS
Summer Theatre Programs for Ages 4 – 14
Boston Children’s Theatre Studio Discovery, Studio One and Studio Two are a series of programs offered to different age groups and skill levels. If your child loves theatre and is looking for a summer of learning to act, sing and dance – look no further! Choose from a tab below to learn more about Summer 2017 programs. NEW! Studios Discovery, One and Two are now offered in two locations: Boston and Beverly.
Need Based Financial Aid is available for all programs.
SUMMER STUDIO REFERRAL PROGRAM
The best way word gets out about our programs is through our current students, and we want to thank you for helping BCT become bigger and better. Our referral program is a great way for you to get some money off your tuition.
- STUDIOS DISCOVERY, ONE, TWO – For each student you refer that registers, you will receive 2 comp tickets to a 2017-2018 Mainstage Season Show.
- STUDIO THREE – For each student referred and accepted, you will receive $75 off your tuition.
- STUDIO FOUR – For each student referred and accepted, you will receive $100 off your tuition.
NEW ENGLAND THEATREWORKS
Pre-professional training for Ages 14 – 19
New England TheatreWorks is the Boston Children’s Theatre new pre-professional training program for students 14 to 19 years old. New England TheatreWorks at BCT provides year-round advanced training from industry professionals in such disciplines as acting, musical theater, dance and vocal studies. Encompassing the theatre’s Fall, Winter and Spring advanced acting classes as well as the acclaimed Studio Four summer program and Broadway Masterclass Series, New England TheatreWorks fosters a creative and professional environment for students who are passionate about exploring theater and the arts.
What people are saying…
“I want to express my gratitude for what you and your program have done for my daughter. I honestly think these 5 weeks have changed her life.”
“This is an amazing opportunity for our kids to experience professional-level instruction, expectations, standards, and community.”