ACTA - Disney's "The Little Mermaid, Jr" | Camp Registration
ACTA will be holding two “Little Mermaid, Jr” theatre camps this summer. Each one week camp will be limited to 25 students to ensure social distancing.

Each camp will be for just one week with students entering grades 4th-12th attending Monday thru Friday from 8am-4pm and students entering grades 2nd and 3rd attending Monday-Friday from 8am-12noon.

Performances will take place on the Friday night and Saturday night of camp at 7pm. Parents will receive 2 comp tickets to each performance. As of this time, if social distancing continues, our audience will ONLY consist of the comp tickets that each camper receives. Thank you for your patience in this matter.

Mask requirement is subject to ACTA Theatre’s guidelines at the time of camp. More info is TBD.

Camp Dates:
“The Little Mermaid, Jr.” | May 31* - June 5, 2021 (Performances June 4 & 5 at 7pm)
*Please note Monday, May 31 is Memorial Day

“The Little Mermaid, Jr.” | June 7 - June 12, 2021 (Performance June 11 & 12 at 7pm)

“Moana, Jr | July/August exact dates TBA

Tuition: $225 per full day students (entering grades 4th-12th)
$200 per half day students (entering grades 2nd-3rd)
Additional siblings $200 each


This year auditions will be held for both “Little Mermaid, Jr.” Theatre Camps the week of April 26 - 30. To allow for social distancing, please sign up for an audition time slot using the link below.

Once you sign-up for a time slot, you will receive a link to complete a registration form online. On the form you will be asked to indicate which camp week your child would like to attend or if your child is available for either week. You will also be provided with audition sides (scripts) and 16-bars of music from “The Little Mermaid, Jr” for your child to rehearse in advance.

Parents will be contacted the Monday following auditions (May 3rd) if their child has been selected to participate in camp and a link to submit tuition payment will be provided. Payment must be made in full no later than Friday, May 7 to ensure your student’s spot in camp.

Student camp materials (script, cd and character information) will be available for pick-up @ ACTA the week of May 10-14th. Students are strongly encouraged to memorize their lines and song lyrics before camp begins.

If you have any questions about our Summer Theatre Camp Program - please contact camp director, Lucy Lunsford, at or call 205.655.3902
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Behavior is managed to ensure the safety and enjoyment for all involved. Children are expected to behave appropriately at all times. If it seems that the child’s behavior cannot be controlled by the teacher/director, the parent or guardian may be called to pick up the child. ACTA reserves the right to dismiss a participant for any behavior that may be inappropriate for the workshop. The workshop staff is unable to provide one-on-one behavior management.

At no time is a child left unsupervised. The workshop is organized in such a way that the teacher/student ratio is kept to a level to ensure safety.

Medications cannot be given by any ACTA employee or volunteer. Participants must be able to take medications without assistance.

If your child becomes sick during the workshop, the staff will call the parent or guardian, then the emergency number.

If your child has special needs, please indicate this on the registration form. We will do our very best to accommodate them.

No use of cell phones will be allowed during the theatre camp. If a problem develops, cell phones may be held by the director until the end of the day. A telephone is available in the office in case of emergencies.

Can Parents or Guardians Stay? Children usually feel inhibited around their parents or guardians when they are performing. It is sometimes best for the child if the parent or guardian leaves them. We have several adults on hand to assist the children in every way.

Please make sure that your child wears comfortable clothing during the workshop, as they will be moving and dancing. They will need comfortable shoes with closed toes and closed heels. They may bring their dance shoes.

Each child will need to bring their own lunch each day as well as additional snacks. We will have two snack breaks and a lunch break each day.

Costumes: Each student will receive a t-shirt which will be worn in the performance along with simple costume pieces. Children will need to provided their own black pants or leggings. Parents may be responsible for additional simple costume pieces, based on their child’s role.

Performances: Student will leave the theatre at 4pm on the Friday of Camp. Student will need to arrive back at the theatre at 6pm to prepare of the performance which will begin at 7pm. On Saturday, students need to arrive at the theatre at 6pm to prepare for the 7pm performance
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