We have processed and mailed all refund checks. Thank you for your patience as we worked to get them out to everyone. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding refunds.
We also wanted to take this time to address questions about programming for the summer. Maryland Department of Health (MDH) released new youth camp regulations on May 27. At this point, only outdoor camps with 8 campers per group are allowed. Campers will also be required to physically distance, and wear masks when physical distancing isn’t possible. A copy of the MDH Youth Camps order summary is attached.
As an indoor musical theater camp, the new regulations provided obstacles we are unable to work around. It has become clear that we are unable to offer in-person programming this summer. However, we have decided to provide free online pop-up programming throughout the summer. Some of these offerings will include musical theatre trivia games, a watch party, and an easy as pie 4th of July baking activity. Be sure to keep an eye on your email and our social media for more details!
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask at any time. We look forward to seeing everyone next year to celebrate Slayton House Theatre Camp of the Arts’ 40th birthday!(Announcement June 15, 2020)
Where friendships begin and confidence emerges…
At Slayton House Theatre Camp of the Arts, our programming provides access to theatre arts and creates an environment where campers can take risks while building meaningful relationships.
Our camp provides learning opportunities where campers develop and strengthen their social skills while also improving their performing skills. The performances at the end of each session are an opportunity for families to see the self-confidence that emerges as well as the growth each child has made.
We are a permitted camp through The Maryland Department of Health, meaning we must be in state compliance before opening each year. MD Youth Camp Licence Number 13-YC-181.