Musical Theatre Teen

Ages 13-17


If you would like to be put on the waitlist please contact Julie at

Dates: Sunday, July 4 - Friday, July 9

Boys and Girls Ages 13-17 Welcome!

This camp will focus on jazz, hip-hop, disco, improvisation and creativity. This array of talent and diversity will lend itself to this year's concert, which is not to be missed.

Final concert at 3 PM on Friday, July 9th!


COST - Day $399

  • Sunday, 12:30 - 5 for casting & Monday to Thursday, 9 AM to 4 PM

  • Friday – 9 AM, 3 PM Show and 4 PM departure

  • Lunch included

  • T-Shirt

  • Sport tote bag

  • Water bottle

  • Concert on July 9th at 3pm! Covid restrictions may restrict an audience. Please watch for our invitation if permitted.

  • Victoria – If our numbers permit, a bus pick-up at 8:30 am daily and drop-off at 4:30 pm, from Millstream Village Mall in front of PetSmart Monday through Friday.



To register for our Musical Theatre Summer Camp, click the REGISTER button below. This will take you to our REGISTRATION page where you will register and checkout. Upon checkout, you will need to provide camper and billing information.

Camp Directors

Keith Digby

Keith Digby B. Ed M.F.A (cum laude)

Keith directed professionally at the highest levels of Canadian theatre, including Stratford Festival, is a lifelong theatre educator, most recently at Brentwood College School where he taught English and theatre, and was Director of Fine and Performing Arts. Keith is a coast-to-coast provincial theatre festival adjudicator (Gander to Victoria) and a Theatre BC workshop leader (Acting and Directing). His co-written screenplay, TRUNK played at the Victoria Film Festival and is now in the hands of an International distributor. His co-written stage play, SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CANARY GIRLS premièred at the Kenton Theatre, Henley on Thames, UK.



Brief info

A.R.C.T., R.M.T. Head of Music. Musical Theater, Concert Choir, Jazz Band, Vocal Jazz Show Choir, AP Music Theory, Administration

Phil is well known as a jazz pianist, vocalist, bandleader and educator. He studied music at the University of Natal in South Africa and later through the University of Toronto. In 1990, as Canadian Champion, Phil represented Canada in the Yamaha International Organ Festival held in Mexico City that year placing 6th in the world. His extensive professional career credits include: 1991 British Columbia Winter Games score, Festival Producer and Corporate Entertainer, Music Director of many major theatrical productions - most recently The In the Heights, Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables, and Artistic Director / Producer for Choirs in Concert; a children's charity. Phil is also an accomplished arranger for theatre and dance companies. His jazz bands, choirs, and private students achieve top honors in festivals across Canada each year including the annual Nationals - Music Fest Canada. As a professional musician, Phil can be found on weekends playing piano at venues such as the Ocean Point Resort and the Grand Hotel Pacific in Victoria or with his jazz band "The Hot Velvet Jazz Band" at various events and venues.