GRADES 11 – College
***NEW*** FIVE MODULES
For the serious student interested in pursuing a career in the arts. This is a unique program that boasts a distinguished faculty that translates the demands of the professional world into a one-of-a-kind experience. *Photo P-M Staff
GRADES 8 – 11
July 7 – August 2, 2015
For the focused young person wishing to pursue his or her passion for the performing arts. Study Dance, Theatre, or Musical Theatre with our incomparable instructors.
GRADES 5 – 7
June 19 – July 5, 2015
For those with experience and for those just starting out, a premier arts training program for the aspiring younger student. *Photo by P-M Staff
AGES 8 – 10
August 3 – 8, 2015
A combination of arts training and traditional camp activities. Join us for an exciting week exploring, creating and discovering the excitement of the arts! *Photo by P-M Staff
AGES 10 – 15
Session 1: June 15 – 19, 2015
Session 2: August 3 - 7, 2015
Learn traditional equitation and jumping in conjunction with horse care skills from the first camp to offer English riding instruction west of the Mississippi! *Photo by Raul Touzon
2015 Dates Coming Soon
Meet us in person and perform a live audition as we travel around the country in search of our next group of young artists! *Photo by P-M Staff
AGES 11 – 14
June 22 – July 4, 2015
A daily arts camp (dance and theatre) held at Bud Werner Memorial Library in the summer of 2015. *Photo by P-M Staff
FROM FUN TO FAME Since 1913, Perry-Mansfield Performing has been providing first-class instruction to students. Each of our programs is designed to challenge the aspiring young person to explore new dimensions of his or her chosen craft and to encourage personal growth to levels beyond expectation. Come and experience for yourself what it’s like to work with our faculty in a picturesque mountain setting. Whether you are a younger student or an accomplished pre-professional, Perry-Mansfield is the place for you to further your arts training and education!
*All photos unless otherwise noted, copyright Richard Finkelstein.