Summer Drama Camps

Shakespeare Summer Drama Camp

- Registration NOW OPEN!

August 10 -14 and 17-21, 2020
Ages 10 to 17


This 2 week camp is open to ages 10 - 17 and will run weekdays from 9am to 4pm with the bulk of the camp days taking place at the University of Saskatchewan Drama Department facilities. They will be providing 4 counsellors who are currently BFA students in their University of Saskatchewan Drama Program.  Students will also receive approximately 20-25 hours of teaching from professional actors from our acting company. Our actors will work with students on text, creating character, acting skills, scene work, and choreography throughout the 2 weeks!  The final couple days of the camp will occur on our brand new festival site with the students' final performance presented the afternoon of August 21 on the brand new Affinity Credit Union Main Stage!

For more information please call 306-653-2300 and ask for Kristi Friday.

To book this camp go to the University of Saskatchewan Camp Registration page here!  
Select camp 'ASFA109'


  • The best experience I had all summer!!” - Pyper Brandon (Camp student)

  • My experience with the Shakespeare Camp this summer was absolutely fantastic! The children were amazing and the instructors that came in and helped us put on the show and teach the campers were an absolute delight to work with and taught the kids some valuable exercises and tips that they will hopefully carry with them throughout their theatre experiences. I feel that the camp was very successful. I can say with 100% guarantee that everyone of us, parents included were amazed at the performance level the campers achieved and I would say that some campers even surprised themselves with their abilities. It was because of this camp that the campers learned about the theatre and what is all put into a show and they were able to have appreciation for it. The campers became a team and we worked together a lot. That is what theatre is all about. Working together as a community, to learn and put on a show but to also make lifelong friendships and I would say that Shakespeare on the Sask did just that.” - Tamara Schaan (Camp Instructor)

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