Take your love of the arts further! The Consortium is designed to nurture the creative experience for students who have demonstrated excellence in the arts. From sculpture to musical theater, we have something for every creative mind. Consortium instructors are teachers and directors from area schools as well as professional artists and musicians working in their field.
The Consortium is open to all students, entering grades 5 – 12. Students are welcome from all school districts and will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.
Consortium is taking on a whole NEW layout this year! As part of our new layout this season, every student will have a hand in putting on the musical. This means each student will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the production process as we prepare to perform Disney’s The Lion King Jr! Consortium invites you to expand your craft and express yourself, your talents, and your creativity in a diverse and inclusive environment!
2018 Camp Details
When: June 18 to July 27, Monday-Fridays from 8:15am-12:30pm. No camp Wednesday, July 4. For those looking for additional camp options, please consider ADC half day camp.
Where: This summer’s program will take place at Upper Merion Area High School. All participants will need to provide their own transportation.
Cost: $415.00 for residents, $515.00 for non-residents
Please send your child with a snack and water bottle. Snacks will not be available for purchase.
Curriculum choices include Main Stage Musical Theatre, Theatre Development, Art, Creative Writing, Band, Orchestra, and Sculpture. Please note your top three choices on your registration form. For Main Stage Musical Theater, 50 students entering grades 7-12 will be chosen. For Theater Development, 20 students entering grades 5-6 will be accepted. Students interested in Main Stage Musical Theatre are encouraged to register early as spots will fill on a first-come, first-served basis.
Register for The Consortium on Community Pass. For questions regarding Consortium programs, contact Sue Hoffman, firstname.lastname@example.org. All registrations will go directly to the Upper Merion Community Center, 610-265-1071.