Teen Acting Camps
Spring & Summer Acting Camps For Aspiring Teen Actors (Ages 15-18)
These camps offer teens a chance to gain the necessary skills to get started on their Film & TV acting careers. Students are challenged through hands-on training to cultivate the skills and confidence required to make the transition from stage acting to screen.
Spring Camp Dates: March 16th – 20th, 2020
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm (with a one hour break)
Application Fee: $25 (refundable if not accepted into camp)
Camp Fee: $395.00 + Tax (CDN)
Next Summer Camp Dates: TBD
*Note: These camps sell out very quickly! If you are interested we strongly encourage you to get your application in as soon as possible.
- Completed Application Form
- Strong communications skills in English (speaking & listening)
- 150 word Essay discussing why you feel you would be a good candidate for the camp.
- 2 Photos (head and full body shot)
- Signed Waivers: Student/Parental/Medical and Photo
*Note: Please make sure your child packs a lunch for the one hour break.
- Acting For Film Technique
- Scene Study
- Auditions for Commercials, Film & TV
Our 1 week (5 days) Spring & Summer Camps have been designed by professional actors to immerse aspiring actors (and those with no experience) in the craft of acting for Film & TV. Through in-class instruction, students will receive ample experience acting on camera to establish a foundation as young actors.
The camps will cover the following areas:
Upon successful completion of the camp, students receive a Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts: Acting Camp Certificate of Completion.
Learn Acting By Acting
Students learn about essential acting techniques and skills, then put them into practice through scenes and auditions.
The studio is an absolute positive experience. The instructors are top notch and work with each student strengthening their skills and honing new ones. The administration staff is extremely helpful and approachable.
The acting camp at VADA was very informative and has changed the way I think about acting. The camp has a small number of students who all want to be there, making it a great experience to be a part of. Because of the small class size, you also get a lot of feedback on your own acting, which can help a lot.
This was my first course on acting for film and without the course I would have 100% embarrassed myself in front of a Director or Casting Director. Highly useful information for a career in film or theatre. The material taught was 5 star!
My experience at VADA has been fantastic! I loved everything. The instructors were great, especially Andy Thompson! The school is a great place to go if you are just starting or already have experience.