Summer Classes and Camps at The Rose Theater Omaha

This post is sponsored by The Rose Theater Omaha, but all opinions are my own (and Liv’s).

Classes at The Rose are an experience to remember!

For my daughter, she gets to learn beginning ballet and tap from a professional ballerina, who expects the children to behave with respect and focus, but also lets them have a lot of fun.

Recital season is soon approaching, and I know Liv is ready to dance, act, and sing her way into the summer with The Rose classes and camps!


Here are some highlights!

Almost time for the show! @RoseTheaterCo #dance #ballet #tap

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Four Week Summer Musical Camps:

Get ready to be in the spotlight with a full production of “Lion King Jr.: The Musical” (ages 8-12, June 27-July 23) or “The Addams Family: The Musical” (ages 13-18, July 11-August 6) both camps take place at The Rose on Farnam and have performances at the end of the season. Camps are M-F from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. See the brochure for more details!

Three Week Drama Camps

More acting, less singing? Try a drama camp! From “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” based on the hilarious book and play of the same name to a little SNL Junior with “Knock it Off:Sketch Comedy” or the “Tales of the Arabian Knights”, there’s something for everyone with The Rose’s three week drama camps. Costs, dates, and ages vary, but they all have one thing in common. FUN!

One Week Musical Theater Camps

Need something a little shorter or a camp perfect for a younger thespian? Try a one week musical theater camp! Two sessions are available for “Lion King KIDS!” for ages 4-7. Dates are June 6-10 or July 25-29. For older kids, there’s “100 Years of Broadway” featuring some favorite musical melodies from “Annie”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Peter Pan”, “Les Miserables”, “The Music Man”, “Oklahoma”, and more! I’m just a girl who can’t say no to this amazing opportunity for 8-15 year-olds. (Bonus points if you got that song reference!)

One Week Drama Adventures

Throughout the season, The Rose offers many one-week drama classes! Whether your child is a budding stage designer, obsessed with Minecraft, a fan of all things Frozen, or a Jedi-in-Training, there is something for everyone at any age! Watch Toys come to life with “Toy Story”, go under the sea with “The Little Mermaid”, or enter the magical world of Harry Potter with “Welcome to Hogwarts”. Morning and afternoon drama clubs are great additions to classes for your favorite scene-stealer!

Broadway Classes

Currently, Liv is dancing her tutu off in The Rose’s year-long Broadway dance classes. Summer sessions are available in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, and more! Voice and acting classes are also on schedule for the summer. There is literally something for every student at every level!

#tinydancer #ballet @RoseTheaterCo Our little ballerina's first show!

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Register today for an experience you and your child will never forget.


What class or camp will your child(ren) be taking at The Rose this summer? Comment below!

7 comments for “Summer Classes and Camps at The Rose Theater Omaha

  1. Christina Miles
    May 9, 2016 at 11:03 pm

    Hello, my name is Christina, I am 33 years old. I love working with children. I was just wording if you need voluntters for you summer camps?


    • May 22, 2016 at 2:35 pm

      Christina, Feel free to contact The Rose Theater directly. Thanks!

  2. August 22, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    That sounds awesome! I’d love to get my little ones involved in theater in the next few years. It’s a great way for them to express themselves in a creative light, and I’m sure it’s a ton of fun to watch them perform! Thanks so much for the info!

  3. December 21, 2016 at 10:18 am

    Liv will do a wonderful job. She looks as if she enjoys her dancing, acting, and singing activities.

  4. February 9, 2017 at 11:23 am

    Wow, this sounds like an amazing experience. Camps like these gives kids the opportunity to learn the arts while also expressing themselves. Thanks for sharing.

  5. June 3, 2017 at 3:44 pm

    In Sweden we don’t have enough camps because adults are afraid of letting their young ones to far out of their sight. Sad but true =(
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