Classes & Camps


Now accepting registrations for:
Spring Break Drama Day Camp March 27 to 31 &
Spring Classes April to June 2017
2017 Summer Drama Day Camp

In Progress:
Winter 2017 Classes, January to March

The Pumphouse Theatre drama classes and camps:
1. Have small class sizes
2. Are affordable
3. Use professional instruction
4. Are in a bonafide theatre and historic building
5. Are safe, fun, and creative!

Why teach drama to children and teenagers?

Drama instruction, specifically, builds confidence and  teaches social and public
speaking skills in a variety of ways. Teaching creativity to children and teenagers will enhance their chances of developing strong critical and problem solving skills. These skills will better enable them to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world.

Whether the students are looking to pursue theatre as a career, a hobby or a one-time experience, our classes will help them move forward: the skills learned in PTS drama classes and camps can be applied throughout all walks of life.


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Weekly Fall, Winter, & Spring Drama Classes. For students 5 – 17 years old, there are a variety of offerings each semester to suit all ages and skill levels! 

Drama Day Camps: Spring & Summer Break. One or two week camps for 8 – 14 year olds excited to learn new skills and make new friends. Participants are divided into 4 age groups and attend classes that cover topics like: movement, voice work, improv, stage fighting, stagecraft and much more! Participant groups create their own plays to be performed for friends and family.

PumphouseTheatreCamp-167_pBursary Program

In 2003 & 2004 respectively, The Glen C. Martin and Robert A. Campbell Memorial Bursaries were established by the Pumphouse to honour these two supporters and to allow children of families with economic challenges to participate in the magical world of theatre. Throughout the 34-year history of the Pumphouse, both Glen and Robert served as Auditors, Financial Advisors and Champions of the Pumphouse Theatre.

Please contact Kelly Malcolm, Director of Programming to apply for a bursary.