2019 TAP Camp: June 9 - June 30
Join us for our 17th year!
Summer camp at TAP offers camps for teens in Filmmaking, Musical Theatre, Acting & Technical Design.
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.
St. Stephen's Episcopal School and Texas Arts Project
Check out a few of our awesome former campers...
After studying at Texas Arts Project, Vincent went on to perform all over the country in both theatre and film before returning to teach at Texas Arts Project. He is currently starring in the national tour of Hamilton: An American Musical, beginning his run with the acclaimed production in Puerto Rico performing on stage with Lin-Manuel Miranda.
After studying at Texas Arts Project, Donnie went on to continue his education at CCM. After earning his degree he returned to TAP camp as an instructor in musical theatre. He is currently in Las Vegas starring as the music legend Prince in Purple Reign at the Tropicana.
After her time at Texas Arts Project, Wallis went on to study at The Juilliard School, performing in productions of Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard, and Buried Child. After graduation, Wallis appeared in The Intern (starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro) and can be seen as Stephanie “Stevie” McCord on Madam Secretary on CBS.
After graduating high school, Grace starred in Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach Movie 2 with The Disney Channel, and as Bee in the 2011 remake of Friday Night, the 1985 horror film. She can also be seen on the ABC Family series The Nine Lives of Chloe King and in ten episodes of season four of The Vampire Diaries.
Upon earning his degree in Stage Management, Travis served as a Production Manager for Norwegian Cruise Line from 2013 – 2015, and as Production Supervisor for the mind blowing, Broadway spectacular, The Illusionists from 2015 to 2017. He is now working as the manager for Shows and Entertainment with Virgin Voyages, the newly launched cruise line by Richard Branson.
Nicole is currently a freelance general manager/consultant for theatrical productions in New York City. She has worked on the national tours of A Christmas Story, Dirty Dancing, and Pageant: The Musical, and served as the company manager for Davenport Theatrical Enterprises and PUFFS, Or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic.
Coy Branscum — Millikin University — BFA Musical Theatre ’15
Alexa Cepeda — Ithaca College — BFA Musical Theatre ’16
Jenna Carson — American Musical and Dramatic Academy ’16
Jacob Scott — Webster University — BFA Musical Theatre ’17
Christopher Washington — University of Michigan - BFA Musical Theatre
Korina Lurie - North Carolina School of the Arts — BFA Acting
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
Jacob Oderberg - Texas Christian University - BFA Acting
Matthew Moore - Elon University — BFA Musical Theatre
Madison Calicchia — New York University, Tisch - BFA Filmmaking
Hannah Roberts — Otterbein University — BFA Musical Theatre
Matthew Kennedy — Texas State University — BFA Acting
Evan Hays — Texas State University — BFA Acting
Bailey Kearns — Roosevelt University — BFA Musical Theatre/Voice