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Stadium Summer Stage

(Formerly known as Kids Kamp)

For Children Ages 5-16

Hours are 9 AM to 2 PM

Stadium Summer Stage (formerly known as Stadium Kids Kamp) is an engaging educational day camp for children who are interested in performing on the grand theater stage. No theater experience is necessary. This program immerses campers of any skill level in a creative theater experience filled with fun, professionally instructed games and theater exercises. Small group and individual class instruction by our experienced directors and choreographers will boost self‑confidence, facilitate critical thinking and encourage team building skills.

Three two-week sessions are offered through the months of July and August.  These sessions are tailored to fit the needs of two select age groups, children ages 5‑8 and children ages 9‑16. Each session concludes with a complimentary musical performance for family and friends on the beautiful Stadium stage.

Sponsored by Greater Woonsocket Catholic Regional Schools



Download our 2014 Summer Stage Brochure!

What Does Summer Stage Cost?

Tuition per child is $325 per session

Multiple Session Discount
Save $50!
Purchase two sessions - $600
Save $150! Purchase three sessions - $825

Summer Stage Registration

To download a printable registration form click here




Forms are also available at the Stadium Theatre Box Office: (401) 762-4545 


Meet Our 2014 Kids Kamp Directors

Meaghan Bruneault
has directed Stadium Theatre education programs including Summer Stage, Young Actors Academy, the After School Enrichment Program and Workshops. She is a professional dance instructor at the Jasper School of dance. When she is not instructing she can be found in the spotlight on the Stadium’s stage starring in shows such as Legally Blonde and Shrek.

Dylan Bushe
began directing at the Stadium Summer Stage last year. He has been performing in various musical theater productions for many years. Dylan graduated from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts with an Education Degree. This degree combined with his musical theater background gives him valuable experience training young actors.

Ryan DeWolfe
has been teaching at the Stadium Theatre for 5 years as a musical director, production director and Summer Stage Director. Ryan is a music educator and chorus director at King Philip Regional Middle School in Norfolk Massachusetts. He is currently musically directing Annie Jr, directing a Young Actors Academy Cabaret and assistant producing the Stadium Theatre Christmas Spectacular.

Gian DiCostanzo
has been a counselor at the Stadium Summer Stage for 3 years. He is a junior at Rhode Island College majoring in Elementary Education and Musical Theatre. He is trained in voice, tap and jazz dance, and has put that training to use in many theatrical productions at the Stadium Theatre including Forever Plaid, Shrek and Mount Rush4 Dinner Cabarets.

Brittany Dyer
has been a musical director at the Stadium Theatre for 3 years. Her Stadium musical direction credits include Legally Blonde, My Son Pinocchio and The Wizard of Oz. Away from the Stadium, Brittany is a musical director the Congregational Church of Mansfield Massachusetts and a professional piano instructor.

Adam Landry
is in his fifth year with the Stadium Summer Stage team. He is also an instructor for the Stadium’s Young Actors Academy and After School Enrichment Program. Adam is no stranger to the stage, and has been performing at the Stadium Theater with leading roles in Seussical, Guys and Dolls and Beauty and the Beast.

Alyssa Surrette
has been a camp director and counselor at the Stadium Summer Stage for 7 years. She has also directed the Stadium’s Young Actors Academy. Alyssa is a senior at the Boston Conservatory and majors in Musical Theatre.  When she is not in class, Alyssa is an active stage performer at the Stadium Theatre with roles in shows such as Peter Pan, Aladdin and Broadway Dinner Cabarets.