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CK's Pinocchio Production Camp

Pinocchio! The lovable Italian troupe of players are coming back to America with their wacky version of this favorite fairy tale Cleverness. Comedy. And Breadsticks!

CreativeKids production camps require actors to audition so that specific parts are already assigned before we begin our camp rehearsals. Actors must be available for all performances in order to participate in a production camp. 

Auditions for all CreativeKids shows: (please note corrected dates)
Saturday, May 21, 11 am-1 pm OR Sunday, May 22, 1-3 pm
Auditions held in the Thompson-Jones Library on campus (building with the clock tower)

Show Dates:
Friday, June 17, 7 pm
Saturday, June 18, 2 pm

A typical audition includes reading from the script. Auditions may include an improvisational theatre game to see how well the actors interact with one another. Our goal at CreativeKids is to make the audition process non-intimidating and fun! All parents will receive an email with a cast list for the production. Once cast, parents are asked to enroll their child in camp within two weeks to ensure their child’s part in the production. We encourage students to understand that the number of lines given to an actor in no way indicates their importance in a play. 

At CreativeKids, we pride ourselves on highlighting the unique talents of every actor and producing plays where all actors experience significant stage time. Production camps take what would normally happen over 6 to 10 weeks at a theatre and condenses it into a quick week of high-energy fun! Actors will learn warm-ups, play theatre games to accomplish various acting techniques, study the script extensively, and receive blocking and coaching from the director. Theatre encourages self-confidence, critical thinking skills and cooperation in a creative and meaningful way. It is our belief at CreativeKids that giving your child the opportunity to be a part of a theatrical production is giving them a gift and memory they will treasure for a lifetime.


CreativeKids has been a trusted camp partner of Providence Day Summer Programs since 1996. Owner and creative director Brooke Fulton has directed PDS’ annual Lower School musical since 2016. With a BFA in Theatre from Auburn University and an MFA from The University of Southern Mississippi, Ms. Fulton has been teaching theatre since 2004 and was a finalist for CMS Teacher of the Year in 2013. Her staff of artists, choreographers, and theater professionals bring the arts alive during the summer for campers of all ages.


  • Session 2: June 13-17
  • Full Day: 9 am-4 pm
  • Girls AND Boys
  • Rising Grades: 2-9
  • Camp Price: $460
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