Announcing the theatre titles for Interlochen Arts Camp 2022
Highlights of the summer 2022 session include “Anything Goes,” “Into the Woods,” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
The Interlochen Arts Camp Theatre Division has announced the plays and musicals that will be performed during the summer 2022 season, which will run from June 25 to Aug. 7, 2022.
Students in the High School Musical Theatre Production program will present Anything Goes under the direction of Interlochen Center for the Arts’ newly named Director of Musical Theatre Justin Lee Miller. Featuring music by Cole Porter and book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse, Anything Goes follows the high seas hijinks of Billy Crocker, a young stowaway who tries to woo a wealthy—and already engaged—heiress during an ocean journey from New York to London.
Other works to be performed during the 2022 session include:
- High School Repertory Theatre Production: Treasure Island | Byrony Lavery (adapted from the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson)
- Intermediate Musical Theatre Production: Into the Woods | Book by James Lapine | Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
- Intermediate Acting Company Production: A Midsummer Night’s Dream | William Shakespeare
Titles for the Junior Musical Theatre Production and Junior Theatre Production programs will be announced at a later date. Recent productions include Charlotte’s Web, Canterbury Tales, Just So Stories, James and the Giant Peach, Brave Irene, How to Eat Like a Child, and Yo, Vikings!
The Interlochen Arts Camp Theatre Division provides rigorous and engaging theatre training for emerging actors in grades 3-12. Under the guidance of renowned theatre artists and educators, students explore daily classes in a variety of theatre topics and rehearse for end-of-session productions and showcases. Notable alumni of Interlochen Arts Camp’s theatre programs include Tony Award-winning actor Victoria Clark; Emily in Paris star Ashley Park; RENT original cast member Anthony Rapp; Tony Award-nominated playwright and MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient Sarah Ruhl; and New York Times chief theatre critic Jesse Green, among many others.
Applications are now open for all summer 2022 Arts Camp programs; audition requirements vary by program. Camp theatre programs fill up quickly. Prospective students are encouraged to apply by the Jan. 15, 2022 priority application deadline for placement in their top-choice program.