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Space is limited, so register today!

Fairy Tales and Frogs Drama Camp - June 12-16, ages 3-8

Half Day - 9 am-Noon

Fee - $165 (you will be billed upon registration)

Balance due on the first day of camp.

**Must Be Potty Trained**

Join us as we have fun with fairy tales. Campers will use their body, voice, and imagination to develop creative expression skills and work together in various activities. There will be some princesses, and a frog or two will probably turn into a prince. One of our favorite princesses, Tiana, is sure to make an appearance. Come and be part of the magic of fairy tales!

Rewind Through the Years Drama Camp - June 19-30, ages 8-19

Full Day - 9 am - 3 pm

Fee - $400 (you will be billed upon registration)

Balance due on the first day of camp.

Help us celebrate 10 years of camps by joining us as we "Rewind" and take a look back. Favorite songs, scenes, and dance numbers will be showcased as we take a trip down memory lane. Campers will have the opportunity to develop teamwork skills by working as part of an ensemble and develop performance skills, stage presence, confidence, vocal skills, and movement skills in a variety of activities as they prepare for performance.


Shows Dates & Times

Friday, June 30th at 6 p.m.

Saturday,  July 1 at 2 p.m. & 6 p.m.

Sunday, July 2 at 2 p.m.


You can still register!

KPAP Spring Semester Holidays
Mardi Gras - Feb. 20-23
Easter/Spring Break - April 7-14

Spring Showcase Dates/Times
Rehearsal Friday, May 5 - 5 p.m.
Shows Saturday, May 6 - at 1 & 6 p.m.
Tickets - $10 per person
Purchase tickets beginning April 1, at





In addition, to live theatre, Swamplight offers a variety of workshops, lessons, and camps for students interested in the performing arts. Scheduled in the evenings and during school holidays, programs range from acting and singing to music and movement. Whether you are just trying something new or preparing for the next big audition, you can shine in the spotlight at Swamplight.


There is a real need in our community for these types of programs. No matter what a child aspires to be, communication and self-expression are essential skills to help build self-confidence. We provide scholarships, funded by donations, to students who need financial assistance to enroll in our program. ​

*Scholarships and Internships may be available by special request.

Goals & Objectives

  • The purpose of our drama camps and workshops are to inspire and teach through a collective creativeness, culminating with a fun production in which every student is important and involved.

  • We will teach acting techniques, stage directions, choreography, music and singing at an appropriate level for each student to grow as a performer and as an individual.

  • We will create, and bring to life, scenes from words off of a page. We will study the art of improvisation through comedy and tragedy.

  • We will inspire one another to be the best we can be, to work together and lift each other up.

  • Each class will participate in a Showcase at the end of each semester. There are also performance opportunities in our main stage productions throughout the year that students are encouraged to audition for and participate in.

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