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Teen Camp - Acting and Technical
June 3 - 7 , 9AM to 3PM
Ages 12 - 17
Students will learn the fundamentals of performing or can chose a focus in Technical.
Students should bring a lunch.
$150 per camper. Payment is due on Monday morning before camp is in session.
Register your teen here

Elementary Camp
June 17 - 21, 9AM to 3PM. Campers will be split in two age groups ages 4 - 6 and 7 -12
For our campers ages 4 - 6, we will be offering a morning or afternoon section. Please note which time slot you would like in the registration form.. 
Students should bring a lunch.
Ages 4 - 6 $125 per student
Ages 7 - 12 $150 per student.
Payment is due on Monday morning before camp is in session.
Register your elementary student here

Summer Junior Players Musical
Rehearsals: July 1 - August 1
Performances: August 2 - 4 and 9 - 11

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About Our Camp Staff

All staff members are thoroughly vetted and trained to give your camper a safe and quality camping experience. Our staff have years of accumulated theater and teaching knowledge and we are excited to impart this knowledge to your camper.


All camp staff and camp volunteer staff are background checked and must complete a certification in safety.

Eathan Bingaman has performed at the TRCP since 3rd Grade.  He knows first had how valuable a theatrical education can be to the personal growth of a well-rounded student.  He is glad to have the opportunity to give back to his community.  He has been a substitute teacher at St. Joseph County since 2021, when he graduated from WMU with a degree in Musical Theater Performance.  Theater connects communities together, and he is excited to import his hard-earned knowledge to future music and dream makers.


Kate Wilen  (she/they) is a rising senior at Western Michigan University pursuing a BFA in Acting.  She has been actively involved in theatre since she was 4 years old.  From performing in educational/community theaters, to writing her own sketches to perform with friends.  Kate is from Naperville, IL, but they grew up spending time with her grandparents in the Centreville / Three Rivers area.  They are extremely passionate about sharing the love of theatre and can't wait to start working with these young actors.

Chloe Mae Page  has been involved in Southwest Michigan performing arts community since age 4.  Recently, she has been seen working on or performing in productions at Center Stage Theatre, and Three Rivers Community Players.  Currently, Chloe Mae works as Dance Instructor at Mosaic Dance Center and serves as Executive Producer for the Gull Lake Middle School Theatre Club.  She loves inspiring and instructing the new generation of performers and expanding their love for the arts and their community as a whole. 

Jacob Huff has been doing shows with TRCP for just under a decade. He steals the show with quirky characters and accents, such as Pinocchio from Shrek the Musical, The Scottish Hitman from Unnecessary Farce, and Jack from Into the Woods. Jacob also has experience with improv theater and junior show production. He is also a staff member of Three Rivers Area Mentoring and enjoys working with students of all ages.


Melanie Eickhoff is used to being seen on and off the stage. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Melanie graduated in 2018 from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in technical theatre. She has been doing shows at the TRCP since Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in 2006. After graduation, she returned to her roots to continue doing theatre in Three Rivers. She loves everything about live theatre and is very excited to be teaching the next generation of theatrical technicians!


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