Photo Credit: Piccadilly Players


Detailed Information

Piccadilly Players runs two-week long summer sessions for children in grades K–8. Students will rehearse and perform a complete musical production. Regular activities include theater games, costume and set construction, singing, dancing, and acting. Kids who are interested in the technical side of theater production may join the program as part of the set crew. Additionally, special leadership roles are available to middle school aged participants as actors, choreographers, stage managers, or assistant directors. Each session culminates in a performance for family and friends. All sessions are held in the parish center of St. Zepherin Church in Wayland.

Counselors In Training

Piccadilly Player participants who are age 13+ can register to be CITs. As CITs, students learn how to direct actors in singing, dancing, acting, and set / costume design. CITs receive complete tuition reimbursement for participation in the program and are in training to become counselors in future years.

Theater Director

Susi Leeming has directed musical theater programs for over twenty years. As a teacher and parent, she has directed programs for elementary, middle, and high school students. From 2008–2016, Susi ran the theater program at her children’s bilingual elementary school in Framingham. Each year she directed dual language Broadway musical productions with over one hundred students.

Tuition Assistance

Scholarships may be available for parents who commit to volunteering during the sessions.

Contact Information

Families interested in registering for an upcoming session may contact Piccadilly Players via an online contact form.


Ages
Elementary
Middle School
Features
Day Camps
Activities
Leadership
Performing Arts
Specialty
Performing Arts / Film
Rates (Average / Day)
< $100
Rates reflect the average cost per full day for comparison purposes only.




Contact Information
99 Main Street, Wayland, Massachusetts 01778




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