Weekly Camps

Registration for Spring Break 2020 Camps is now open!

“Make Believe Camp” for ages 3-5

March 16-20th, 2020 – 9am to 12pm

Your child will be whisked away to the land of make believe! Children will spend each day as a different fairytale character or superhero. Enjoy dancing, stories, activities and crafts. Bring your imagination and your favorite costume. No experience necessary.


AND if New Student:

“Shining Stars Performing Arts Camp” for ages 5-11

March 16th-20th, 2020 – 9am to 2pm

If you’ve always wanted to perform, this camp is for you! Explore your creativity and make new friends in a fun and nurturing atmosphere. Working together, you and your new friends will create an original story based on your favorite characters from kids’ literature. The week culminates in a fabulous musical performance of the story for families and friends. No experience necessary.


AND if New Student:

Summer Musical Theater Camp

For ages 9-18

Firmly rooted in the philosophy that sustained, regular participation in the arts is essential to the development of young people, MAPA’s Summer Musical Theatre Camp provides each student with 240 hours of instructional, rehearsal and performance time.

We’ve expanded the hours of the camp to include a 3 week conservatory program with classes in singing, dancing, acting plus other performance skills like stage combat, scenic design, stage make-up, how to read music, and more! The conservatory classes are taught by professional teaching artists and some of Maui’s top performers.

Registration for our 2020 Summer Musical Theater Camp coming soon!

Frequently asked questions about Summer Musical Theater Camp

What sets MAPA’s summer camp apart from the others?

MAPA was founded in 1974 and our Summer Musical Theatre Camp has been around longer than any other performing arts camp on Maui. All those years of experience means our camp is finely tuned to deliver the highest quality experience possible – both educationally and artistically. Each student is nurtured so that they grow as an artist and as a person.

Who participates in the camp?

The camp attracts students from Maui, other Hawaiian islands and the mainland. Participants come from a wide range of ethnic and economic backgrounds and range in age from 8-18. Students often cite the close friendships they develop with other students as one of the highlights of the camp each year.

Who is in charge of the camp?

MAPA’s educational programs are delivered under the artistic leadership of David Johnston and the educational leadership of Carolyn Wright. Each year they hire and train a team of highly qualified directors and teaching artists to work with the students in the camp. The teacher-to-student ratio is 9:1 to ensure a positive and productive experience for all participants.

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Maui Academy of Performing Arts