Synchronicity Theatre


Now in its 17th year, Playmaking for Girls has impacted thousands of Atlanta’s most vulnerable populations. This theatre outreach program helps girls living in group homes and refugee communities "find their voices" as artists and creators. Playmaking for Girls is especially vital for these young women as the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives.

3 Ways to Celebrate:

  1. Donate to Our 10K Match Challenge (5/22 - 5/29)! With a generous 1:1 match challenge from our community donors, you can help us reach our $10,000 goal! All funds directly benefit PFG.

  2. Share a Favorite PFG Memory on social media with the hashtags #SynchroSHERO or #SmartGutsyBold or by tagging @PlaymakingForGirls.

  3. Join Us for PFG's Summer Performance! Stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding the performance date.



Over the course of each week, campers are encouraged to use storytelling to stretch their imagination. During four daily sessions, campers discover how to create characters and tell stories through creative play. Participants will explore basic theatrical and production concepts in their creation of a dramatic world culminating in a virtual performance, recorded and provided to the family following camp.


Screen time is limited to 4.5 hours per day; We'll provide you with everything you need to help keep the imagination flowing while the devices are turned off for an all-day camp experience. Playmaking for Kids Virtual Summer Camp is best suited for children ages 6 through 12.

Each week-long camp session is $200.

Daily Schedule - 9 AM - 4 PM June 8 - 12 June 22 - 26 July 6 - 10 July 20 - 24


One-on-one and group classes are available with our engaging PFK teachers!

“Yesterday's class was the most smiles I have seen my child have with any virtual class. He was very happy and delighted to be so silly. They did things to let him express himself verbally and physically.”

- PFK Parent

Solo class - $35, Group Class - $60


Discover what clients are calling a “game-changing” and “transformative” approach to voice, body, presence, and performance. Build on and extend your connection to your breath, body, and voice while accessing emotional expression in ways that are authentic and sustainable. Foundations focuses on Fitzmaurice Voicework® and Laban to develop skills in voice and movement to build a performance.


When: Wednesdays (7pm -10pm)

June 3 - August 5, 2020 Where: Zoom (Online)

Registration: e-mail

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Sessions for rising kindergartners through 12th grade!  Learn more...


Jun 15, 2020-Jul 24, 2020

Grades K-5

Every digital camper will receive an Aurora Theatre Academy Summer Camp Goodies Box including all necessary class materials (scripts, musical scores, and/or supplies for crafts and class projects) and a special surprise to take home and enjoy!

Heroes and Villains ($225*)
Acting, Grades rising k – 5th
June 22-26

Students will design a superhero and pick powers, create a cape and mask, and meet a villain to save the world! At the end of this week-long Superhero Training, students will receive a certificate proving their superhero storytelling abilities.

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Danielle Tucker (grades k-2) and India Tyree (grades 3-5)

Disneymania ($225*)
Musical Theatre, Grades rising 1st – 5th
June 29-July 3

Students will explore hits from Disney favorites like Moana, The Lion King, Cinderella, and more with small group voice lessons, choreography videos, and monologues. 

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Cody Russell and Kristin Talley

The Cinderella Bootcamp ($225)
Musical Theatre, Grades rising 4th – 8th
June 29-July 3

A one-week musical theatre bootcamp inspired by Aurora’s Production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella!  Students will learn music from classic Musicals like Oklahoma, Cinderella,  and Hello Dolly! with small group voice lessons complete with practice tracks for each part.

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Cody Russell and Kristin Talley

Mejores Amigos Bilingual Camp ($225*)
Acting, Grades rising 1st – 5th
July 6-10

In this digital storytelling camp, students will be active participants in character creation inspired by fairy tales from Hispanic culture.

Led by Aurora Teaching Artist & Director of Cross-Cultral Programs Juan Carlos Unzueta 

En este campamento de narración digital, los estudiantes serán participantes activos en la creación de personajes inspirados en cuentos de hadas de la cultura hispana.

Magic and Mischief ($225*)
Acting, Grades rising k – 5th
July 13-17

Ready to put on your best robes? The Wizarding World of Harry Potter provides the inspiration for this digital camp. Students will create their own magical world with when the receive their admission letter to Hogwarts along with materials to crafts wands, a puppet pal, and school uniform. Activities include the sorting ceremony, designing and building a wand, wizarding classes like transfiguration, potions, and charms, and an adventure to save the wizard world from exposure to muggles! 

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Danielle Tucker (grades k-2) and Katie Causey (grades 3-5)



Grades 6 - 12

Every digital camper will receive an Aurora Theatre Academy Summer Camp Goodies Box including all necessary class materials (scripts, musical scores, and/or supplies for crafts and class projects) and a special surprise to take home and enjoy!

Shakespearean Takedown: Battle Acts! ($225*)
Acting, Grades rising 6th – 12th
June 15-19 

Looking for an epic summer adventure? Travel back in time with Shakespeare and Stage Combat! Have epic duels, topple kings, revenge your family’s honor, prove your love! In this camp we will learn all about Shakespeare’s verse and how to embody it as modern actors, but wait…there’s more! We must suit the action to the word, and the word to the action, which is fighting. Learn the fundamentals such as how to make a prop sword and wield it like the swashbuckler you are. The process and craft of developing a safe fight onstage and how to connect to your partner to put on an awesome show, the most epic deaths, and yet each of you walk away unscathed. Together, we will create moving scenes with timeless poetry and combine them with the newest technology to make stellar videos. Huzzah!

Led by Aurora Teaching Artist Atalanta Siegel

The Cinderella Bootcamp ($225)
Musical Theatre, Grades rising 4th – 8th
June 29-July 3

A one-week musical theatre bootcamp inspired by Aurora’s Production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella!  Students will learn music from classic Musicals like Oklahoma, Cinderella,  and Hello Dolly! with small group voice lessons complete with practice tracks for each part.

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Cody Russell and Kristin Talley

Sculpt-A-Story Workshop ($225*)
Writing and Performing, Grades rising 6th – 12th
July 6-10

“It was a dark and stormy night…” Does that phrase send shivers up your spine? All the best stories have a great opening line that makes us excited and curious about what will happen next! In this camp, students will explore different classical forms of storytelling and create an original piece. Through collaborative exercises in writing, genre styles, movement, and character work, students will create their own original story to be performed live on Zoom to be shared with friends and family. Let’s get started, go ahead and finish this sentence, “Once upon a time….”

Led by Aurora Teaching Artist Atalanta Siegel

The Lin-Manuel Experience ($450*)
Musical Theatre, Grades rising 6th – 12th
July 13-24

In this two-week intensive, using the work of popular composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, (famous for Hamilton, In The Heights, Moana and more), students will create their own Zoom inspired musical. They will learn songs from Miranda’s canon and work together with a teaching artist to devise an original script that will be shared digitally with family and friends!

Led by Aurora Teaching Artists Jenise Cook and Cody Russell

Register Here

This musical theatre *virtual* camp will focus on stories that uplift. 

Led by Jessica De Maria and Ethan Ray Parker, students will study musical theatre thru the lens of characters that overcame obstacles and came out on top! Students will meet via ZOOM three days a week, for three weeks, to choose selections and participate in coaching. Class will culminate in a virtual showcase.

*Enrollment closes June 27th*



Legacy Theatre's Summer Camps Are Back

Summer Camps are back!

Thank you for your patience as we navigate the summer. Below are the new summer options for your student. We have now been able to go back to our "plan A" with MANY safety provisions. These provisions include:


  • Taking temperatures daily 

  • Keeping students socially distant

  • Keeping students with the same group of 15 for the camp

  • Contactless Experience 

  • NO snacks provided. Bring your own snacks and lunch

  • Students will sit on their own towels not on the floor 

  • Most classes held on the lawn and in other large areas to ensure social distancing

  • Virtual Camp option available for all camps 

  • Surfaces Sanitized Between Classes 

  • More to come...Hope to see you all this summer!


Visit Us Online and Enroll Today!


Alliance Theatre  Virtual Summer Drama Camps Start Next Week

The stage is virtual. The memories are real. 

Don’t let staying home keep your young actor from performing. This summer, the Alliance Theatre is bringing its signature drama camps straight to your living room! Your young actor will collaborate with other artists, learn about performance, and make lasting memories – all from home. Having successfully delivered camps and classes virtually this spring, we know our virtual camps will engage and inspire your young actor. 

  • Camps meet virtually Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM EST. 

  • You will receive all camp supplies in our signature CAMP IN A BOX. Everything you need for camp will be shipped to your door including art supplies, templates for crafts, activity sheets and books.

  • Top Atlanta theater artists will lead campers through the day using live group sessions, one-on-one coaching and audio guided activities.   

  • Screen-time will be limited to an amount of time that is developmentally appropriate for your student.

  • Camps culminate in a virtual sharing for families to enjoy.  

Virtual Summer Drama Camp is $255. Give the kid in your life something to look forward to this summer!


Make Memories



A Summer Full of On-Line Camps

After achieving incredible success with our camps last summer, Georgia Ensemble Theatre will be offering camps around Metro-Atlanta again, with new experiences, new locations, and a fresh perspective. 

At Georgia Ensemble Theatre, we believe in a holistic training experience for our students where they learn the importance of selfless ensemble collaboration, teamwork, strong work ethic, and empathy. This summer will allow us to take our programs to the next level. We couldn't be more excited to journey with you!


♥ We believe our first, most important responsibilities are to serve and grow as artists.  

♥ We believe in selfless-ensemble collaboration. Service to each other will take us further than self-service ever could, so we seek ways to lift each other up and take care of each other.  

♥ We find and create opportunities to amplify the people around us. 

♥ We believe in “Failing with Pride.” We learn and grow from our mistakes.  

♥ We believe in the process over the outcome. We take enormous risks without fear of failure. We trust that a healthy training process leads to a stronger product. 

♥ We believe in challenging ourselves and consistently setting the standard higher every time.  

♥ We approach each other with respect, kindness, and empathy—Always. 


Summer at 7 Stages

Join us for weekly digital workshops


Youth Creates goes digital

June 22 – July 25


7 Stages’ signature Theatre training program has received a virtual RE-BOOT and we're ready to CREATE with you. Through our unique five-week program participants will take part in digital workshops with notable artists as well as optional, limited and socially distanced in-person experiences for filming and service days.


We will collaborate with a local, national, and international ensemble to train in playwriting, poetry, devised film, dance, music composition, vocal technique and design, while ultimately creating ORIGINAL performances to be shared virtually!



• Teens excited to grow in their knowledge and experience of theatre.

• Individuals of all backgrounds, willing to challenge each other to explore new


• Collaborators eager to work together to write, design, and perform.

• Emerging artists ready to connect everyday living with the artistic process.



The ensemble includes some of Atlanta’s finest professional artists, apprentices, and students as well as select participants and teaching artists from Holland! This year’s teaching artists include: Theresa Davis (world-renowned poet and author); Nicolette Emanuelle (skilled aerialist, musician and movement performer); Dorothy Bell-Polk (7 Stages resident vocalist and a beloved Atlanta actress);  Destiny Renee (film actress, producer and poet); 4 Directions Apprentices (multi-faceted group of artists that are sharing their gifts with four of the main theatres in Atlanta). From our sister program in Holland, Lotte Lammers, the program director, has gathered Dutch favorites, including: Frank Siera (director and playwright); Shaggy (dance performer); Matthjis Van Beek (singer/songwriter).



Week 1 (June 22 – 26) - Moving In The Spirit Collaboration

Participants will develop a theatre & movement performance through online workshops with our partners at Moving In the Spirit, a creative youth development program that uses dance to teach young people the social, emotional and cognitive skills they need to thrive. On Friday June 26, we will gather virtually with friends, family, and the community to celebrate the result of YC and MITS ensemble members creating together!


Week 2 (June 29 – July 3) - Community service & specialty workshops

Art nourishes the body and soul the same as food. This week will be dedicated to acts of service that serve both human needs. 7 Stages is committed to working within our surrounding communities to give back where we can through art and service. Specialty YOUTH CREATES Re-BOOTs workshops that are meant to help guide the students through the creative process such as poetry, music composition, and visual art will offer our community art bursts along with service projects designed for our elderly population, health care providers, and in collaboration with the Atlanta Green Theatre Alliance and other civic organizations.


Week 3 & 4  (July 6 – 17) – Re-BOOT Creates: Our Holland Exchange Ensemble creates an original film

Join us for 2 weeks as we collaborate with our BOOTCAMP team in Holland where participants in both countries will be developing and filming virtually and/or on location in small groups. Across the seas we will connect with participants and professional artists who will guide the online workshops including scene development, devised film, music composition, dance including African, modern and hip hop, voice technique, site specific and virtual design and acting for the camera. Our collaboration will result in an original film created, designed, and performed by our Re-Boot Creates 2020 ensemble!


Week 5 (July 20 – 24) – Service, Re-cap, & World Première

This final week will consist of alumni tutored teams editing the film in preparation for the world première on Saturday July 25, 2pm Atlanta / 8pm Holland. Meanwhile, throughout the week, our local ensemble members will engage with our community, following up with service projects and offering ongoing networks of support and artistic outlets.


Program fees have been reduced and can be pro-rated for weekly participation.

Need Based scholarships are available.



Youth Creates is made possible by special funding from The Zeist Foundation, Inc.


We would like to take today to wish our Artistic Director, Heidi S. Howard, a very happy birthday and a happy 18 years of Youth Creates! She has been creating the artistic vision of 7 Stages since she took over the role 7 years ago.


If you'd like to help Heidi celebrate, you can donate below to support Youth Creates.


Thanks to your donations to our artist relief fund, we have been able to support over 40 artists in the last few months with over $10,000. Our efforts have not stopped, if you are able, any donation during this time will be instrumental in our efforts to continue to support our artists.


You can donate to our artist relief fund here ( .

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