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Creative Stage 2020!!

Now in our 7th year, Brockville Theatre Camp is designed to encourage kids to have fun exploring their theatrical side as they learn the ins and outs of theatre production under the expert direction of veteran stage performer Todd Noel and his staff.

As a result of the increasing popularity of our camps over the past few years, we will again be offering programs for two different age groups, which will allow us to concentrate on appropriate levels of performance for each group.

Junior Company (ages 6-8) will introduce younger children to the fundamentals of musical theatre, including singing, dancing and acting. There will also be lots of games, crafts, and general silliness.

Main Stage Company (ages 9-14) will focus on developing more in-depth theatre performance skills and fostering proper technique. While singing, dancing and acting will be the primary focus, Main Stage Company participants will experience all aspects of theatre, from make-up and costumes to sound and lighting.

The two groups will run simultaneously in different spaces within the same building, with participants coming together for the much-anticipated end-of-camp performance for friends and family. This year’s show will be on the big stage at the Brockville Arts Centre.

NOTE: Children must attend the full two-week session in order to participate in the end-of-camp show.


Junior Company – ages 6-8; Main Stage Company – ages 9-14

SESSION 1 – July 6-17, 2020
SESSION 2 – July 20-31, 2020

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

FIRST WEEK: St. Lawrence College Musical Theatre Campus.
SECOND WEEK: Brockville Arts Centre (Musi-theatre entrance), 235 King Street West

$495 +hst

About Us

Brockville Theatre Camp focuses on all aspects of theatre, from performing and make-up design to props and backstage skills. In our summer program your child will understand how all components work together to culminate into an incredible production. We also offer several workshops throughout the year from well established professionals working in the business. We hope to inspire and encourage every student to discover their interests and passions.


David Silvestri (First Session)

From the Toronto production of Come From Away.

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Selected credits include: KinkyBoots/Mirvish (Hooch/US Don), Sousatska, world premiere (current), Prom Queen, world premiere (Lonni Wynn), Les Miserables/Mirvish(Combferre/ US Valjean), Les Mis in Concert (Valjean), Fiddler On the Roof(Mordcha us/Tevye), Guys and Dolls(Big Julie), Too Many Cooks(Shirly), Kiss of the Spiderwoman(Valentin), Little Shop of horrors(Orin Scrivello DDS), A Funny Thing Happened…(Milos Gloriosus), Falsettos(Marvin), Into the Woods(WolfPrince), Sweeney Todd in concert(Sweeney), Aladdin the Panto(Abanaza), Noises Off (Frederick Fellows), Death of a Salesman(Biff), The King and I(King), Julius Caesar(Marcus Brutus),
Stratford Festival: 42nd Street, Pirates of Penzance
Disney: Toy Story the Musical(Buzz Lightyear), Hercules the Musial(Hades), Beauty and the Beast(Gaston), Twice Charmed a Cinderella Story(The Grand Duke)

Jay Davis (Second Session)

From the Toronto production of Dear Evan Hanson.

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Meet Jay Davis, an accomplished Canadian singer/actor with many television and live theatre credits on both sides of the pond. You may have seen Jay on television’s The Firm or Designated Survivor, or perhaps in one of the many television commercials he has appeared in. But let’s not forget about his voice! Jay comes from a long line of singers. His Grandpa Joe sang on one of Canada’s first radio stations in the 1940’s, and his father recorded a number of albums with the Canadian Glad Tidings Quartet. Jay started on the violin at four years old and has been hooked on music ever since.

Winning the coveted triple threat award at Canada’s top Musical Theatre College Program shone the spotlight on Jay within the theatre community. However, booking two back-to-back mega-musical contracts in the famous West End of London straight out of college really put him on the map. Since then, Jay has played leads in over 100 professional theatre and award-winning productions, most recently appearing in the first international production of the Tony Award-Winning Musical Dear Evan Hansen.



Learning Tech

Mask Making

Cat Makeup


Learn Choreography

BTC Day 4 - Big Choreo Day

A Big Choreo Day!

Posted by Todd Noel on Thursday, July 9, 2015

with Professional Choreographer Jason Franco

Professional Puppet Interaction

Day 8 - Puppet Workshop

Jane and Fred teach us about puppet making and we say goodbye to Jason our choreographer

Posted by Todd Noel on Friday, July 17, 2015

with Jane Edmonson of Sheridan College

One Man Orchestra

Day 10 - Colin the one man orchestra

A wonderful display of versatility and talent

Posted by Todd Noel on Saturday, July 18, 2015

with Colin Maier of Quartetto Gelato

Promo Video 2014

On stage at the Brockville Arts centre

Toonie A Pay For C4K

Our camp kids asked to do a promotional video for CHAMPIONS FOR KIDS

Past Guest Broadway Performer

Gay Willis

Award-winning soprano Gay Willis won critical acclaim when she performed in the world tour of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman. She performed to sold out houses in six countries including two weeks at London’s’ Royal Albert Hall and two weeks at Radio City Music Hall. Her moving performances of the Pie Jesu (Requiem) received rave reviews from critics worldwide.

Gay then starred as Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera opposite Colm Wilkinson. “As Christine, Willis’ voice has an almost ethereal quality…transporting the audience to unexpected heights emotionally as well as vocally.”(Maui News) She completed over 1000 performances as Magnolia in Hal Prince’s production of Showboat on Broadway, in Chicago, and on tour starring with such legends as Cloris Leachman, Anita Gillette, Elaine Stritch, Dorothy Loudon, Marilyn McCoo, Dick Van Patten, Pat Harrington, John McMartin, and Dean Jones.Hal Prince’s Magnolia, Gay Willis is simply unsurpassable in the starring role. Willis is not only a superb singer, floating a silvery tone while phrasing for maximum emotional expressiveness and absolute clarity of diction, but also a consummate actor. –Ailse Say Boston “Willis’ Magnolia ages from bubbly ingénue to knowing matron and mother with great finesse and a strong emotional edge.”(Variety). She received the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Actress in a Touring Musical for this role.
Other performances include Rapunzel in Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods (Kennedy Center), Mabel in Pirates of Penzance (Carbonell Award winner for Best Actress), Bloomer Girl (City Center), Funny Girl (with Whoopi Goldberg), and Nothing Like a Dame (raves from Liz Smith-New York Post). Maria in West Side Story. Gay Willis was a shining Maria, with a pure silvery soprano and a natural acting style.–New York Times

Gay’s recent concert career has taken her throughout the United States including four sold-out performances at Carnegie Hall. She was also featured in the PBS special, “From Galway to Broadway” which aired throughout the United States. Gay appeared on “Seth Rudetsky’s Live on Broadway” in August 2009 which aired nationally on Sirus/XM radio, appeared in “Seth’s Broadway 101″ at Ars Nova in New York City and again with Seth in “Give My Regards To Broadway” at Westbury Music Fair. Currently, Gay has been busy teaching Master classes with former colleague and friend Stan Dunn visit and summer camp at along with her concert series For information about upcoming events, please visit her website at . Gay is proud to hail from Beaufort, North Carolina.