Wondering what do we do at Acting Camp?

Read the week-by-week breakdown -

just scroll down to the bottom of this page.

Wanna see what the kids' films look like?
You can view them here - 2009 thru today!

​​​​​​​#1 Summer Acting Camp 2017

A Fun Film-Making Day-Camp for Ages 9 to 16.

July 10-21st                                                    July 10-28th

Summer Acting Camp meets at CSA Centennial.

Cross streets: County Line & Holly.  MAP​​​​

All campers get to participate in all aspects of the film, from concept to completion. They will all have speaking roles, and will serve as the writers, producers, and film crew, led by a professional filmmaker! We have lots of fun, making friends and hanging out at the park for breaks and meals.

​Be sure to check your schedule carefully before enrolling, as enrollment is nonrefundable.

We can't wait to see you and make a movie!

   ENROLL HERE FOR CENTENNIAL SUMMER CAMP in July 2017!      Need more info? Call 720-233-4832.

  1. Click button below to pay your camper's tuition for either 2 weeks or 3 weeks of summer camp.
    2-Week Acting Summer Camp: ​Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. July 10th-21st                                                                         
    3-Week Acting Summer Camp: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, July 10th-28th                                                                                           

    Please note: Due to limited space, enrollment is not refundable under any circumstances. It is transferrable.

  2. Click here to list your camper as enrolled!

Are you an actor age 9-16 who is

currently enrolled in our CSA Certificate Program?

Click here for your in-house discount!

See Photos from Camps on our Facebook Page:

Camp Mashup Album from 2013, 2014, 2015

June 2012 Camp     July 2012 Camp

2011 Camp      2010 Camp




WEEK 1: Pre-Production
Rehearsal, learning lines, developing characters, scheduling, planning shots,

story-boarding, costuming, set design, location-scouting, etc.

WEEK 2: Production
Shooting! In addition to acting in the film, campers will

help with lighting, sound/boom, camera duties, etc.

WEEK 3: Post-Production

(3rd Week is Optional)

Editing the film, after effects, color correction, sound design, etc.

"Post" is when the real movie magic happens!