Summer is live at Interlochen!
Join us for a limited series of concerts in August.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 22.
Why Study Theatre at Interlochen
Feel the heat of the lights and the thrill of applause. Develop your presence and hone your technique among a close-knit ensemble of immensely talented individuals who share your passion for performance and stagecraft.
Interlochen's world-class theatre programs draw students from across the globe to unlock their potential and tap into boundless creativity. Through preparation and performance, you’ll experience tremendous growth while practicing what you love.
The Education You’ve Always Dreamed Of
Each Interlochen experience—Arts Camp, Arts Academy, Interlochen Online, and College of Creative Arts—brings a unique and collaborative approach to learning.
Learn from Seasoned Professionals
Our faculty and visiting artists are masters of their craft who will help broaden your technique, expand your talent, and prepare you for the next step in your training.
Find No Creative Limit
Both on stage or in the classroom, you’ll have generous opportunities to push your individual craft to the next level. Working within a tight-knit ensemble, you'll learn to trust and support a collaborative process.
Space to Transform
Our facilities and performance spaces give you time to develop in a setting where reflection and focus come naturally.
More valuable than any sense of training you could receive, is being in a community that really inspires you to reach for something higher.
Peter Carroll '17, Arts Academy (Musical Theatre)
Theatre News & Features
Harcourt encouraged graduating students to embrace their role as citizen artists and persevere through difficult times.
The Interlochen Arts Academy alumnus (and 2021 commencement speaker) chats with Director of Interdisciplinary Arts Clyde Sheets about discovering dance at Interlochen, why he decided to join the original cast of Hamilton, and what it means to be an artist.
Arts Camp students will present works by Shakespeare, Finegan Kruckemeyer, and Rodgers and Hammerstein.