Piper Theatre Workshop 2018

Ages 11–16
Limited to 15 students each workshop

Four week workshops
9 am to 5 pm
Monday through Friday + Full Day Saturday Extravaganza

July 2 – 28

$1900 includes professional performance field trip
$500 nonrefundable deposit due upon registration

Limited financial aid available for all workshops. Apply upon registration. Financial Aid application deadline May 1. Deposit waived pending award decision.




A Piper summer is all about adventure!

Company members collaborate to create a full-scale production. Days are filled with physical theater; ‘specials’ classes on stage combat, clowning, and improvisation; and ‘Fun Fridays,’ when the entire Piper community plays group games or engages in a process drama!

Performances take place the week of July 25- 27 with a full day of performances July 28. Due to the performance nature of the program, students are expected to attend EVERY day.

Auditions take place on the first day, July 2. While preferences for workshops are considered, placement in a particular company is NOT guaranteed.


By Naomi Iizuka

A young refugee, Anon, is separated from his mother. He journeys across America and encounters many people–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. From a sinister one-eyed butcher, to beguiling barflies, to a sweatshop, Anon must navigate a chaotic, ever-changing landscape in this entrancing adaptation of Homer’s Odyssey.
Ages 12 to 16


The Goblin Tree
By John P. McEneny

A girl on a coast of Wales discovers that she’s a changeling and must go underground to the world of goblins to save her brother. Students who are interested in Puppetry are encouraged to enroll.
Ages 11 to 14


Sherwood Forest
By Cormack McWilliams

Robin of Loxsley returns to Nottinghamshire from the Crusades to battle King John and win the love of Maid Marion. Swords will be provided.
Ages 12 to 15




Full Education Performance Schedule HERE