Youth Theatre Camps

Theatre Camps aim to educate youth in the activities of live theatre and team building, providing an opportunity to build new friendships. Camp Directors will facilitate camps to help participants gain confidence, creativity, independence, and commitment to the creative process.

Watch for information about future camps (spring break and summer 2022)

Summer Break Camps


Junior Summer Break Camp DirectorDatesTime
Theatre Skills and FunGrace McRaeJuly 5th-16th 20219am-4pm
Live Show July 16th on the Kelso Beach Amphitheatre Stage
8-1220Kelso Beach Amphitheatre*NO
$300 + HST
“One Love – A Cabaret” – Our Junior Summer Camp was thrilled to welcome over 100 visitors to Kelso Beach Amphitheatre for a fun night of entertainment. Thanks to all who attended for your generous donations to the program.
July 16, 2021 Junior Summer Camp Show – “One Love – A Cabaret”

Go to “Tickets” for On-Demand viewing of the recorded Jr Summer Camp Show $5 plus HST/service fees


Spring Break CampDirectorDatesTime
Theatre Skills and FunGrace McRaeJuly 19th-30th 20219am-4pm
Live Show July 30th on the Kelso Beach Amphitheatre Stage
13-1820Kelso Beach Amphitheatre*NO
$300 + HST
This summer’s second showing of “One Love – A Cabaret” – Our Senior Summer Camp cast at Kelso Beach Amphitheatre. What a great show! Thanks to all who attended for your generous donations to the program.

Tickets available soon for the recorded Senior Camp Show – stay tuned!



More About The Summer Break Camps

This year’s Summer Break Camps will bring participants together to learn about the performing arts through theatre games, improvisation and an introduction to musical theatre. The program will also work with simple props, sets and costumes. We are holding the camps outside to enable a safer environment for the participants and to provide and opportunity for the youth to enjoy the park amenities.

The 2 week-long camps ends with a short performance on the Kelso Beach stage to the public that will be videotaped, and presented to a small audience.

Participants can expect to have fun and gain confidence while learning something new and building friendships along the way.

*Programming is in-person unless Public Health guidelines change. Camps will transition to Virtual Programming at that time.

Join us at Kelso Beach Park for this year’s Summer Camps

Meet our Camp Directors!

Director – Grace McRae

Grace holds a bachelor’s degree in musical theatre performance from Sheridan College and has appeared in productions such as Seussical the Musical, Legally Blonde, A Man of No Importance, and Grand Hotel. During her four years in the program, Grace has had the opportunity to be mentored theatre greats, such as Joel Gray, Bartram and Hill, and Laurence Follows. Grace has been involved with OSLT since childhood and is thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to the community who gave so much to her.

Assistant Director – Maggie Alguire

Maggie has been dancing since the age of nine. Over the years she’s explored jazz, contemporary, hip hop and in recent years, ballet and tap. She started pursuing her education in Musical Theatre in 2018 at St. Lawrence College. She just completed her final year with plans to attend Queen’s University in the fall. She’s been working with vocal coaches consistently for over three years and has studied mainly musical theatre and pop styles. Her credits include St. Lawrence College: New Faces (ensemble), The Little Mermaid (ensemble), Sweet Charity (Nickie), Manifest (ensemble/choreographer), Going Under (Heather). Maggie has enjoyed the process of learning and growing as a performer. She’s also currently in the process of becoming a certified yoga teacher. Maggie plans to continue her journey and work towards a career in musical theatre.

Producer – Lacey Mooney Roxy Youth Program Coordinator

Lacey is a long time OSLT member having first joined when she was 11 years old. She has gone on to perform in over 18 OSLT productions, and has also worked backstage countless times. She has directed three youth productions with past companies as well as camps and electives. She is so excited to be working with youth in the area to bring them some amazing theatre experiences.

Theatre Camp Supporters

Our Theatre Camp Series Programming would not be possible without the support of our granting agencies, sponsors and donors. Thank you for your continued support of Theatre Programming in Grey Bruce.

The Eva Leflar Foundation

The Ontario Trillium Foundation Resilient Communities Fund

The Garden Fairy, Carrie Keeling

If you are interested in supporting our program please reach out to Lacey Mooney our Roxy Youth Program Coordinator at or contact the Roxy Executive Director, Marcia Cunningham at 519 371-2833

Spring Break Camp 2019

Naughty Performed by the Spring Break Camp Youth – 2019