Royal Stage Christian Performing Arts

Perform with Purpose

Royal Stage is a non-denominational Christian arts ministry,  committed to raising up godly artists, while also striving to reach the unbelieving community both locally and abroad.

 

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FOR OUR SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE FOR TEENS & ADULTS, CLICK HERE!

Our summer performing arts camps are the most affordable in the region, and multiple sessions allow every child to participate for either a brief period of time or the entire summer! $65 gets you 12 hours of instruction in dance,  visual art and musical theatre.  Scholarships are available and camps are located on the border of Roseville/Citrus Heights at our main studio, 1220 Melody Lane #100 .  

This year's theme: Game On! A classic arcade-themed camp that encourages campers to jump into their own real life game of challenges, decisions and strategy. 

Fill out the form below to get started! Scroll down for FAQs about camp. 

SUMMER ARTVENTURE FAQs

Q: Does my child need to attend all summer? 

A: Nope! Our camps are divided into 2-week sessions to make it easy for all families to participate. Each session is either a Mon/Wed or Tues/Thurs from 10am-1pm. Sleep in and then have them back in time for lunch plans! This year we also have our special G.L.O.W. overnight camp for kids who are unable to attend during the day. 

 

Q: What does my child need to bring? 

A: Comfortable clothes they can move in and it's okay if they get water or paint on them. A water bottle. A daily snack. That's it! 

 

Q: What will my child be doing? 

A: Your child will be placed in one of three age groups - Littles (5-6 yr olds), Middles (7-9 yr olds) and Bigs (10-13 yr olds). They will rotate with their age group through three arts disciplines - dance, visual art and musical theatre. They will also participate in games, hear guest speakers and complete a take-home service project to bless others. 

 

Q: Will they be performing? 

A: Campers have an in-studio performance for friends and family on the final day of each session at 1pm. They present what they've learned at camp as well as invite you to view their art gallery and have some refreshments. For campers wanting a "real stage experience", they are invited to contribute a song, dance, skit, etc. of their choice to our Christian Arts Collaborative at the end of the summer.  Those who wish to have more formal performing experience should plan to audition in August for our fall youth shows - Charlie Brown and Seussical. 

 

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