Summer Teen Intensive

For Grades 9 - Freshman Year in College


Stadium Theatre Conservatory’s Summer Intensive is a fast paced college preparatory training program for students entering grades 9 through freshman year in college.  It is for serious young actors looking to expand their skills in a professional setting, with high goals and expectations. Students attend rigorous daily classes and rehearsals taught by working theater professionals in various fields.  Each student will be cast in a one act piece performed on the Stadium Stage.

We are working with the Rhode Island Department of Human Services (RIDHS) and complying with their COVID-19 guidelines. All participants will be screened upon arrival for temperature with an infrared touch free thermometer and must complete this form daily.

When is Summer Teen Intensive?

The 2020 Summer Teen Intensive sessions will be held through the following dates:

Selfie - Session I-A: July 20th – July 31st 10 AM – 2 PM Non-musical performance
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Session I-B: July 20th – July 31st 5 PM – 9 PM Non-musical performance
An Actor's Showcase - Session II-A: August 3rd – August 14th 10 AM – 2 PM Musical performance
Godspell - Session II-B: August 3rd – August 14th 5 PM – 9 PM Musical performance

If you have any questions regarding the titles or sessions above contact the Education Director at 401-762-4545 X104 or email at for more information.

What does Summer Teen Intensive cost?

Tuition per student is $375 per session.
(Full tuition is due at registration. Payment is non-refundable.)

Save $25 on Sibling Discounts or Multiple Courses. Discount applied per each additional child or course. (Discounts can only be applied by calling the Box Office at 401-762-4545 or visiting the Box Office in person at 28 Monument Sq. Woonsocket, RI.)

Scholarship Applications are available upon request.

Students who have acquired points through Stadium volunteerism may use them to defray the cost of tuition.

How can I register for Summer Teen Intensive?

Candidates are selected through an audition process. A video submission is required. Each candidate will need to submit a video audition that consists of 16-32 bars of a song showcasing your vocal range and present a 1 minute monologue (comedic or dramatic). Please submit all video submissions to the Education Director Jennifer Webb, at 

Due to the timeline impact of COVID-19, application responses will be on a rolling basis.

If you need further guidance or have questions contact the Education Director at 401-762-4545 X104 or email at for more information.