Pittsburgh CLO Academy's summer performance camps are designed to give kids the opportunity to experience preparing for and performing on the stage. Working with a Director, Music Director and Choreographer, students will create their own exciting musical theater experience!
All camps take place at the CLO Academy, and all participants receive a free ticket for a Pittsburgh CLO Summer Season show at the Benedum Center. For questions about Summer Camps, call 412-281-2234 or email CLOAcademy@pittsburghclo.org.
2018 Summer Camps
June 18-22 • July 30-Aug 3
The Wizard of Oz
June 11-15 • July 30-August 3
Peter Pan Jr
June 18-June 29 • 8:30am-2:00pm
July 16-27 • 4:00-8:00pm
The Addams Family
Grades 3-6 • 8:30am-3:00pm
Grades 7-10 • 9:00am-3:30pm
July 2-July 20
Grades 3-6 • 8:30am-3:00pm
Grades 7-10 • 9:00am-3:30pm
July 23-August 10
July 2-13 • 4:00-8:30pm
NEW! Summer Acting Spotlight
June 18-22 • 5:00pm-8:00pm
2018 Summer Private Lessons
Strengthen your technique in a supportive, one-on-one environment!
Each student receives 8 sessions in their package, to be used by August 10.
Private Acting & Audition Coaching: 12+
Private Voice: Ages 10+
Private Piano: Ages 8+
30 Minutes • $290
60 Miuntes • $450
After Care is available until 5:00pm for the following camps:
- Peter Pan Jr (June 18-29)
- The Addams Family (July 2-20)
- Hairspray Jr (July 23-August 10)
After Care is $15/day or $60/week per camper.
2018 Summer Master Classes
June 12-14 & August 14-16
4pm-8pm • $125
Back by popular demand!
Are you ready to be a Triple Threat? Join us for three intense days of acting, dancing and singing that are guaranteed to whip you into shape.
Featuring guest artists from every dicipline.
Acting Boot Camp
August 14-16, 2017
1pm-3pm • Ages 10+
3 Professionals. 3 Days. 3 Acting Styles! Join Pittsburgh CLO Academy for three days of intensive acting training. Hone your stage, audition and on-camera acting technique while working closely with three masters of the craft.
Students of all skill levels and backgrounds encouraged.
Please visit our Master Class page for additional announcements.
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One Week Camps:
Two Week Camps:
Three Week Camps:
New Students: To book private lessons, please call Principal Patty Maloney at 412-281-2234 x 104 to set up a time with available instructors. Once your time is secure, you may register below for your selected class.
Returning Students: Please confirm your time with your instructor before registering below.
Bring your friends - you do not not have to be an Academy student to enroll!
$15/day (on site) or $60/week (online).
- A $100 deposit per camp is due at the time of registration.
- A one-time, non-refundable $15 registration fee will be applied per student.
- Master Class payments are due in full at the time of registration
- All summer camp registration must be paid in full two weeks before the start of camp.
- Payment plans available in 2 or 3 installments - call Catherine Kolos 412-281-2234 x 103
- Payment plans must be set up two weeks before camp begins.
- Notice in writing must be received to drop a camp or transfer to another camp.
- Camp drops are approved up to two weeks prior to the start of camp.
- Drops processed in that time will receive a full tuition refund.
- Drops received less than two weeks before the start of camp forfeit their tuition.
For questions concerning Summer Camp payments or to set up a payment plan, please contact
Admissions Coordinator Catherine Kolos at 412-281-2234 x 103.
Q: Does my child need to audition for CLO Summer Camps?
A: Every child registered in our Summer Camps will be cast in the production. The campers audition for roles during the first few days of camp. The directors give each child a special part in the show, assuring that every student feels like a star.
Q: Does my child enroll for a camp based on the grade they've completed or the grade they will be going into?
A: Enrollment is determined by the grade your camper will be entering in the Fall.
Q: We have a big family. How many tickets will each child receive for performances?
A: Pittsburgh CLO Academy must adhere to Fire Code and Occupancy limits set forth by the City of Pittsburgh. Ticket allotments are based on the number of performers in each camp to assure safe and comfortable seating in the Charles Gray Auditorium. Usually, each performer receives 2-4 tickets.
Q: Will I need to buy costumes?
A: You do not have to buy a costume unless you want to. Costumes are created out of simple things that you probably already have, can easily obtain or items we will provide.
Q: Where do I bring my child for camp?
A: All camps are held at the CLO Academy at 130 CLO Academy Way. All students must be dropped off and picked up at the main entrance of the Academy and signed in and out with the security guard and camp interns in the lobby.
Q: Will there be a performance and where will it be?
A: Performances are held at 6:00 pm in the Charles Gray Auditorium at the CLO Academy on the last Thursday or Friday of camp. Campers will be provided with 2-4 tickets for the final performance to invite their family. Tickets are alotted based on camp size to comply with our fire code regulations.
Q: Is there any financial aid for summer camps?
A: We do not offer financial aid for summer programs.
Q: What should my child bring with him/her on the first day of camp?
A: Campers should bring their completed Welcome Packet, a 3-ring binder with pockets, and a pencil. Campers should dress in comfortable clothing that they can move and dance in. No backless or open-toe shoes, please.
Q: Will there be a recording of the show?
A: Yes! DVD’s are available for purchase for $25 and can be ordered on the merchandise form in your Welcome Packet or at the front desk immediately following the show. DVD’s arrive 1-2 weeks after the performance.
Q: When is the last day to order a camp t-shirt?
All merchandise orders are due on the first day of camp to ensure that camp t-shirts are printed and shipped on time.