March Break Camps

march break camps

School's on vacation so let's have some fun! 

Build confidence, foster creativity and help young people give voice to their ideas, all in a supportive, nurturing and (above all) fun environment. Our camps emphasize story, listening, impulse work (being spontaneous!), teamwork, basic stagecraft, agreement, confidence and game play.


Teen Theatre Sports Training Camp

Camp for grades 9-12 | March 12th-16th

Think fast on your feet, follow your impulse, and work as a team as you learn the ins and outs of Toronto's longest running improv show, Theatresports! Campers will learn skills to help unlock creativity, boost confidence, and push their improv to the next level.

Watch it all come together in a performance at the end of the week as part of Bad Dog Theatre's  The Dog Bowl Tournament.


Youth March Break Camp 

Camp for grades 5-8 | March 12th-16th

Come learn the ins and outs of improv while playing fun improv games (like Whose Line is it Anyway?) that help unlock creativity, increase confidence and develop campers impulses & play. Campers get to show off their prowess at the end of the week at a fun Showcase.

Camp is designed for all levels – no experience is needed!

Camp Breakdown

General break down of our camps

  • 9:00am – 12:00pm
    • Warm up/teambuilding games
    • Morning break
    • Improv workshop focusing on a number of different skills (accepting, listening, impulse, collaboration, storytelling, character, yes and..., teamwork, supoorting etc.) 
  • 12:00 – 1:00pm
    • Lunch
    • Please note: kids bring their own snacks and lunch – no nuts please!
  • 1:00 – 4:00pm
    • More improv!
    • Afternoon break
    • Skill development activities
  • 4:00 – 5:00pm
    • Optional post-camp after care where we play board games, watch movies in the theatre. 

On the last day of camp we throw a pizza party for the campers and host a showcase which friends and family are invited to join.

We ask that all campers are dressed in comfortable clothing that is easy to move in (we get very active!) and have a comfortable pair of shoes (no open toe or sandals) Water bottles are also great to have so campers can stay hydrated.