2017 TAP Camp: June 4 – July 2
Register by May 1, 2017!
See what happens at TAP Camp…
I’ve learned so much in three weeks and have had a lot of fun at the same time. I don’t want to leave!
~Sarah Nichols (NYU Acting Major)
*Campers 2016 met Mandy Patinkin at the Long Center.*
Way to go Past Campers!!!!
Wallis Currie-Wood – The Juilliard School ’14 – Stevie McCord on Madam Secretary
Donelvan Thigpen – Cincinnati Conservatory of Music – BFA Musical Theatre
Christopher Washington – University of Michigan – BFA Musical Theatre
Korina Lurie – North Carolina School of the Arts – BFA Acting Acting Major
Jenna Scott – Belmont University – BM Commercial Music
Lena Owens – Oklahoma University – BFA Musical Theatre
Keith Gruber – Oklahoma University – BFA Musical Theatre
Kate Brimmer – Oklahoma University – BFA Musical Theatre
Renelle Wilson – Boston University – BFA Acting Major
Lynley Eilers – Boston Conservatory – BFA Musical Theatre
Renelle Wilson – Boston Conservatory – BFA Musical Theatre
Jenna Carson – American Musical and Dramatic Academy – BFA Musical Theatre Major
Alexa Cepeda – Ithaca College – BFA Musical Theatre
Jacob Oderberg – Texas Christian University – BFA Acting
Jacob Scott – Webster University – BFA Musical Theatre
Matthew Moore – Elon University – BFA Musical Theatre
Madison Calicchia – New York University, Tisch – BFA Filmmaking
Coy Branscum – Celebrity Cruises – Specialty Vocalist
Texas Arts Project offers a personalized artistic journey combining inter-disciplinary course work, individual attention from industry professionals, artistic challenges encouraging growth, and a safe space for students from all backgrounds to overcome personal artistic obstacles.
There is no benchmark at TAP camp. We believe that with direction and motivation, each camper can push beyond his or her perceived personal limitations. Teachers use the small classes as an opportunity to advance and enhance each student’s personal journey. Fast-paced, professional-style rehearsals and film shoots allow campers to excel as both artists and people. Campers leave with a sense of personal fulfillment, often exhibiting greater self-confidence, a deeper passion for their art form and a true commitment to themselves, their art, and the people around them.