Q. What does my child need to bring to camp?

A. Lunch...peanut-free please. We will provide snacks for your child.

Q. Is there an audition to get into the camp?

A. No! Stars of Tomorrow is suitable for children at all performance levels. We will find an appropriate challenge.

Q. When is the show? Who can come? Is there a cost?

A. Our shows are on the final Sunday of camp week! Families and friends are welcome. Tickets are available at the door and throughout the week of camp. Please photograph or video if you wish. Shows are at 2:00 & 4:00. Doors will open 1/2 hour prior - general seating.

Q. What about costumes?

A. Most costumes are provided. All kids must have black shirt and shorts for the show.

Q. What about children with special needs?

A. We’ll say yes if we possibly can. Let’s discuss your child’s situation. Staff is first aid certified.

Q. Will there be a cast party after?

A. Yes! We will give you the details and all are welcome. We will supervise, but costs are up to the parents. This year, we will be at Marcin Bowl!

Q. Do you get many boys?

A. Yes! We will have male staff members too.

Q. Will my child get time outdoors?

A. Yes! We go out for breaks. We go to the park everyday. Sometimes we rehearse outside too on good days.

Q. What qualifications do your staff have?

Our highly qualified staff are OCT Certified teachers by profession or University students training in arts and education and trained in First Aid.


2018 Camp is Cancelled


Hi Holly and Amy,
Thank you to you both and the other camp counsellors for making the 2012 Stars of Tomorrow Show something very spectacular!  My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the choice of theme of the show and the music and dancing.  It is very hard to believe that these kids only had one week to put something like that together.  We are extremely proud of our boys and appreciated all of your hard work that you put into this camp!

~ The Rodey family

Dear Holly ,
I would like to thank you and your daughter for making this such a fantastic first stage experience for Ashley. She has never done anything like this before and it is a real confidence booster for someone who is not normally very outgoing.  That was a lot of hard work that you put into making the production the success it was. In fact that show was so good, that my husband and I agreed we enjoyed it better than some childrens productions we have seen at the Imperial Theatre. We'll be back next year.

~ Linda Clarke

My boys have attended the Stars of Tomorrow camp for the last 3 years and they are so pumped to be a part of Holly & Amy's vision.  They look forward every summer to the work that is involved in putting on a show. This is a fabulous and safe way to introduce young people to theatre and public performance.  I am so thankful that Holly and Amy give of their free time for our children. Bravo!

~ Tara Duff-Cloes

I wanted to write to you to tell you how much I value your Summer Theatre Camp. Your camp offers a tremendous opportunity for children to express themselves through singing, dancing and acting. I really like the fact that all children have a special part in the show and feel that they are In the Spotlight. I believe that your program helps promote self-esteem, independence and confidence, all while having fun. Thanks for a great program and I look forward to seeing another fabulous show again this year.

~ Dr. Lynn Vallee