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Take a bite out a “giant peach” or visit a “chocolate factory” in this fantastic Roald Dahl-themed summer camp as we play theatre games, share stories and make new friends! For 36+ years, NCTC has offered a fun, supportive and creative atmosphere for students to flourish. Register now for summer camp!

Follow the adventures of Charlie Bucket and his Grandpa Joe as they join a small group of contest winners who get to tour the magical and mysterious factory of eccentric candy maker Willy Wonka.

Teen Summer Ensemble: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

July 9-28

This class has it all! Learn acting skills through group games, character study, and audition techniques--all in a real theatre. The class culminates in a fully-produced play with 6 public performances.

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Students performing with the NCTC Conservatory with Spotlight on Matilda by Roald Dahl

Youth Camp #2: Matilda

Session Two: July 9-20

Students will sing, dance and act in this showcase camp which ends in a presentation of scenes and songs. This camp is a great sampler for kids who want a variety of training or to try something new.

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