PERFORM

Learn the ropes of theatre production during an intensive 3-week camp and perform in a musical by the end of it!

SING

Develop your singing voice under the guidance of our vocal coaches and discover your full potential!

FIND YOUR PASSION

Gain experience in all areas of theatre including singing, dancing, acting, and even tech to find your passion!

Summer Fun Since 2008

Founded in 2008, YOUTHStage is a division of The Lexington Players and has been serving youth in the Greater Boston area by providing a quality theatre experience in a fun, relaxed summer camp environment.   The camp is structured to produce well-rounded thespians upon its completion and provides experience in vocal performance, choreography, staging, set building, and theatre tech.

Every student who wishes to participate is welcome on stage!  After a standard audition, our professional production staff will determine the best role for each child based on their individual capabilities to ensure a quality production and a beneficial experience for each student.

If you have questions, feel free to use the form below to contact Sal Jones, Executive Director.  Otherwise, we invite you to REGISTER NOW!

YOUTHStage Summer Program

Sample Schedule

8:45am-9:00am: Arrival and Sign-in

9:00am-9:45am: Improv Games

9:45am-10:30am: Choreography

10:30am-10:45am: Snack

10:45am-11:45am: Music

11:45am-12:15pm: Acting Skills/Set Build/Paint

12:15pm-1:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm-3:00pm: Production Rehearsal (15 Minute Break)

Extended Day Available

With notice, students may be dropped off as early as 8:00am or picked up as late as 5:00pm.

Camp Location

Pilgrim Congregational Church
55 Coolidge Avenue
Lexington, MA

Camp/Production Location

YOUTHStage Staff

Sal Jones

Sal Jones

Executive Director

Sal Jones is the Executive Director and Co-founder of The Lexington Players and YouthStage theatre company. Sal holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Communication from Monmouth University in New Jersey. With over thirty years of community theatre experience, he has directed and produced numerous productions.

Julianne O'Connor

Julianne O'Connor

Production Director

Julianne O’Connor, our YouthStage Director and Choreographer, has her Masters Degree in Theater and has been with YouthStage for three years. She teaches improvisation, acting skills in addition to directing.

Bob Cook

Bob Cook

Music Director

Robert Cook, our YouthStage Music Director, is a Waltham school system music teacher who has been with the Lexington Players for over fifteen years. He provides music direction and vocal coaching to all YouthStage actors.