Summer Camps

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June 18-22 Creative Beginnings Camp 3 & 4 yr olds

June 18-23 Theatre Camp I (Winnie the Pooh) 3rd grade graduates and up

June 25 – 29 Creative Dramatics Camp graduates of 1 & 2nd grade

June 25 – 29 Princess Dance Camp 

July 2 – 15 Theatre Camp II – (Beauty and the Beast Jr.) 3rd grade graduates and up

July 9 – 22 Theatre Camp III – (The Little Princess) 3rd grade graduates and up

July 16-20 Acting for the Camera 7p-10p (14 yrs and up) anyone younger must audition

July 16-20 Media development and the Moving Camera (Adults)

July 16-20 Adult Art Camp 18 and up

July 20 – 22 Screenwriters Workshop (film campers only)

July 23 – August 4 Film Camp ages 14 and up

Theatre Camps
Our annual summer camps are designed for youth.  It is an incredible experience for youth of every talent level.  Several students have chosen our summer camps over trips to Europe, and DisneyWorld!!!  It is not just fun, but life changing.  The students arrive as individuals but leave as a family of collaborative artists. Most camps start at 9 am and run through 4:00 pm.  Campers are expected to attend every day of camp.  They bring their own lunch and snacks for breaks.The cast will spend the majority of their day rehearsing the musical by learning the songs, dances, and script as well as study acting and character development.  There will even be time for games.

Technical Track students  (grade 7 and up) build the show’s set, focus stage lights, build stage properties, and serve as the technical crew for the show.

Camp ages – “suggested” ages are listed to accommodate the very young student. Many of the very young students are unable to handle the commitment of a two-week production.
We will on occasion cast a very young student in the 2 wk and an older more mature student in the 1 wk, b/c sometimes it suits them.

 Scholarships available
Fill out form to the right and submit to

Presser PAC  900 S Jefferson Street!


Izzie Duval- Theatre Camp I & II Director

1930938_506620293496_6124_nIzzie has been an avid thespian all her life.  She began her theater career at the age of 5 as “Tootie” in Meet Me in St. Louis and fell in love with the theater, performing in countless productions throughout her entire childhood.  Izzie trained in dance beginning at age 5 and gymnastics at age 10.  She began classical vocal training at the age of 12 and went on to compete and win many district and state competitions, including performing with the National Youth Choir in NYC, and winning 1st place in the NATS Musical Theater (Central Region) competition in 2007.  Izzie began teaching theater and musical theater dance at the age of 16 and went on to direct and choreograph multiple productions.

Izzie received her BFA in Theater Performance from Stephens College in 2009.  While in college, she performed in every mainstage musical, including some favorite roles as “Little Sally” in Urinetown and “Amy” in Little Women, the musical(dir. Jana Robbins, Broadway producer).  While at Stephens, Izzie worked at the Okiboji Summer Theater, performing in 10 shows including The Secret Garden (Martha), Nunsense II (Sister Amnesia), and 1940s Radio Hour (Connie Miller).  After graduation, Izzie moved to Kansas City and worked as a professional actor for many theaters including The Kansas City Repertory Theatre (Saved, the musical, dir. Gary Griffin, Broadway director; Circle Mirror Transformation), The Coterie Theater (Lucky Duck, the Musical; Benjamin Franklin’s Apprentice; Treasure Trunk Tour), Metropolitan Ensemble Theater (Light in the Piazza (Clara); South Pacific), Musical Theater Heritage (Big River; A Spectacular Christmas),and Quality Hill Playhouse.  Izzie also worked for the Coterie Theater as a teaching artist for many years.

Currently, Izzie is working as a freelance theater artist out of Lawrence, KS, where she lives with her husband Matt and mini Australian Shepherd, Hero.  Izzie enjoys leading worship, working with the youth group, and leading Herbarium Creative, an arts ministry, at her local church, as well as traveling, reading, and renovating her and Matt’s 100 year-old home.

Izzie has been working at PPAC since 2012, where she choreographed and/or assistant directed The Wizard of Oz, Aladdin Jr., Mulan Jr., Bye Bye Birdie Jr., The Little Mermaid Jr., and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Jr.  She also directed Creative Dramatics Camp in 2013 (Where the Wild Things Are) and 2016 (Giraffes Can’t Dance).  Izzie is thrilled to be directing Theater Camp this summer!

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