10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Selected Course   |   12:00 – 12:30 P.M.  Supervised Lunch (please bring a packed lunch) 

12:30 – 2:00 P.M.  Set making for play-in-a-week camps grades 2 – 8.


Camps are available for students entering grades 2 – 12. *Summer camp performances are open to family and friends weekly at 1:00 P.M. on Friday. For set making, students are asked to bring a paint shirt. They will create their own set, costumes, and props for the production they are in.

Questions? Email: Kristin Larson, camp registrar: or call 509-368-7897.  Please review our guidelines for COVID Safety.

Download the paper form here.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

August 3 – 7  Grades 4 – 8  $175

The fate of Middle-earth is in the hands of hobbit Frodo Baggins and his eight companions as they begin their journey to destroy the “One Ring.”

Instructors: Jennifer Tindall & Molly Robbins

The Wizard of Oz 

August 10 – 14 Grades 2 – 6   $175

Dorothy, Lion and the Tin Man travel to the Emerald City together encountering several obstacles along the way.  Can Dorothy find her way back to Kansas? Instructors: Jennifer Tindall & Molly Robbins

The Adventures of Harry Potter and Friends  

August 17 – 21
Grades 2 – 6


Harry Potter and his friends spend the day in the Care of Magical Creatures class.  What they discover and learn will change their lives forever.  

Instructors: Jennifer Tindall & Molly Robbins

Theatre Camp: I am a Storyteller 

August 3 – 7

Grades 7 – 12


Love: arguably life’s most profound, rewarding, mysterious, and complex emotions. In this week-long camp, students will utilize scenes from the scripts of Almost Maine, and Little Women to explore the theme of love. Students will workshop what it means to be an actor, and how to tell a character’s story with honesty, truthfulness, and integrity. Students will work in pairs to perform scenes from the aforementioned scripts at the end of the week. John Cariani’s, Almost Maine, includes 9 amiable and absurdist vignettes about love that simply remind us of the vulnerability, candidness, and power of love. Little Women, based on Louisa May Alcott’s Civil-War American classic, includes the love of country, love of family, unrequited love, and that ultimately, nothing can compensate for lack of love. 

Instructor: Haliey Weber

Musical Theatre Camp: Don’t Forget to Act!  

August 10 – 14

Grades 7 – 12   $175

What makes a musical so great? The songs? The characters? The sets? What about the parts where the characters speak and don’t sing at all? Without even singing one note, students will learn that the parts in-between the songs are just as important as the musical numbers. Students will focus on dialogue and character relationships to elevate their performance as a musical theatre actor. Students will work in pairs to perform scenes from popular musicals such as Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Wicked, and Mamma Mia!

Instructor: Haliey Weber


At Central Valley High School

821 S Sullivan Rd
Spokane Valley, WA 99037


Box office email:

(509) 368-7897

P.O. Box 1368, Spokane Valley, WA 99037

To enrich, entertain and serve the community in a safe, professional environment.