The Ritz Summer Arts Camp hosts a four-week, hands-on experience in the magical world of theatre. Each day, campers will explore acting, singing, movement, improv, dance, and production, all taught by trained instructors.

Ritz Summer Arts Camp for Grades 1 to 12!

A terrific way to learn more about the craft of theatre while making new (and lifelong) friends.


2021 Summer Camp!


  • July 19th-August 13th
  • Register now! Space is limited!

Junior Camp (Grades 1-7)

  • Monday to Friday
  • 10 am to 3 pm
  • Orientation: Wednesday, July 14th at 7:00pm
  • Camp Show: Friday, August, 13th at 7:00 pm
  • Tuition: $700
  • A limited number of scholarships is available.
  • Before and after care available for an additional cost ($20 per day).
  • Junior Campers experience live theatre with our skilled instructors and staff through daily activities—classes in acting, vocal music, movement, dance, and audition process and preparation. Special guests will join for a more in-depth look at life in various aspects of the theatre. At the same time, campers work on their own production, which they’ll perform on the last day of camp. This year’s Junior Camp show is Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR.

Senior Camp (Grades 7-12)

  • Monday to Friday
  • 2 pm to 6 pm
  • Orientation: Wednesday, July 14th at 7:00pm
  • Camp show: Saturday, August 14th at 7:00 pm
  • Tuition: $650
  • A limited number of scholarships is available.
  • High school students channel their theatrical spirit, mounting a full production in just four weeks. Daily rehearsals give them an opportunity to fine-tune their acting, singing, and dancing skills. Students also dive in “behind the scenes”—preparing sets and props and providing technical support for the Junior Camp Show and their own production. This year’s Senior Camp show is Once Upon a Mattress!

For more information, call (856) 288-3500 or email

2020 Accolades

“We have been singing the praises of the camp this summer. After Lila’s wonderful experience at the theatre we were excited to have Lucas join in this year. Though disappointing how things have changed with the pandemic, we were happy that a program was available for the kids to engage and also so affordable. Though understanding of the public school’s need to scramble for the second half of the year, most agreed it was not very comprehensive or very organized. We are lucky in that our kids function very well in the online environment. Heading into online camp this year Lila was excited to get going, Lucas who is generally adverse to most programs that aren’t Roblox, went in with a hint of ‘I don’t even want to do this.’ Alas, for the the last month for 3.5 hours a day, it is hard to explain what they have been doing, since they are each busy shooing us away as they sing, dance, act, listen and do make-up! Assignments due became opportunities for more responsibility and though added a nominal amount of stress at times proved to show what can be accomplished with a well organized program. Even a technical issue the first day was quickly handled and eliminated. This truly seems to be a model for what can be accomplished and on-line. I’ve even passed this along to our Hebrew School Principal who is a star in his own right, but could appreciate what has been accomplished. As someone who has decades of experience with kids, camps, youth groups, theatre, the arts, etc., I cannot say this strongly enough. Bravo! I was already a big fan of the in-person camp and show and now this adds to our affection. Kudos to you and The Ritz Theatre. Bravo! Bravo!”

–Michael & Becky Kelberg

Registration Forms

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Click Here for Form #2!