Summer 2020 programs will happen! If we need to adjust our curriculum to abide by current state and CDC regulations, we will, and are crafting a plan that will be as fun, engaging, challenging and rewarding as you have come to expect from Traveling Players. As a touring theatre company, we thrive in situations like this. We have years of adapting around mother nature. The result: our students become resilient, joyful and capable team players. Just the kinds of folks you want to be quarantined with.
Traveling Players Ensemble
celebrating our 18th year
A transformative experience!
My son and daughter have attended Traveling Players programs for many years. It is the most important activity in both of their lives.
The instruction in classical theatre is incomparable. The outdoor skills and experiences are phenomenal.
And the friendships and close, supportive community of kids are priceless. Go!
Traveling Players Ensemble believes in...
Artistic creation is fundamental to forming one’s identity, especially for teens in their unique and complex transition between childhood and adulthood. We give teens a safe space to explore themselves through artistic expression.
As stated in a Washington Post article featuring Traveling Players as a camp that meaningfully addresses ‘nature-deficit disorder’, “Many kids’ first spiritual encounters take place in nature, where they discover something larger than themselves.” Therefore, Traveling Players links theatre to nature by working outdoors and favoring plays with nature themes. With weekly overnights and outdoor rehearsals, TPE builds confidence and respect for the outdoors through Leave No Trace camping ethics.
An ensemble (13) provides an ideal structure for fostering creativity and a sense of community, ensuring personalized attention and significant growth as an artist and individual. By keeping our casts small, TPE is able to provide individualized instruction and an enviable staff-to-student ratio of 1:4.