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, which is located in Penn Avenue Place, Downtown (the old Horne's/Lazarus building).
In addition to the classroom experience, students will also receive a coupon 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
All summer camp registration must be paid in full two weeks before the start of camp. If you need to drop out of a camp, notice must be received in writing two weeks before the start of the session to receive a full refund. Any drops received after that deadline forfeit their camp tuition.
Join us in two high-energy Master Classes to get your ready for Fall! Click above for more information, or register below.
2015 Summer Camps & Master Classes
Reboot and Recharge for the Fall!
Join us for two great Master Classes meant to prepare you for the upcoming semester.
First, let Jeff Kuhr from the National Tour of Kinky Boots "Raise You Up" with choreography inspired by the Tony Award-Winning Show!
Then, dive into our Triple Threat Boot Camp with Kiesha Lalama, Justin Fortunato and Quinn Shannon as they whip you into shape for Fall Classes!
Take each Master Class individually or enroll in both for a discount!
Click HERE for more information about each class, or register below.
The CLO Academy offers Private Piano and Voice for 8 weeks during our summer session. Lessons are by appointment only. Please call the CLO Academy at 412-281-2234 to get contact information for our private voice and piano teachers.
Q: Does my child need to audition for Summer Performance Camps?
A: Every child registered in our Summer Performance 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: 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 we will provide.