Theater Camps

Musical Theater Camp for 6-12 year olds

Monday, June 24 - Friday, June 28, 2019

Young musical theater actors from 6 to 12 years of age are invited to spend five days studying dance, voice, acting, and improvisation with an accomplished music, theater and dance faculty led by Peter Boynton. Michael Halloran will lead the vocal training portion of the program and Taryn Noelle will join us again as our dance instructor and choreographer!

The camp session will culminate in a musical theater piece performed for friends and families!

Tuition is $250 per student. The session is limited to 25 students.

Camp Hours: Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm.

Click here to download a camp brochure




Peter Boynton

A veteran of Broadway musicals, daytime television and film, Peter has taught acting and directing classes  in the central VT area for over a dozen years. He had a long association with both Burlington College and the dance and theater programs at Harwood Union School in South Duxbury. Peter has produced, directed and performed in the summer shows presented at The Skinner Barn since 2001 with the goal of bringing quality, professional summer theater to the audiences of central VT. Peter considers his on-going renovation of The Skinner Barn, started in 1994, to be one of his finest productions!


Taryn Noelle

Taryn is a dance teacher by day, and a jazz vocalist by night.  She currently resides in Stowe, and can be found choreographing musicals and teaching throughout the state in addition to acting in films and on the stage.  You can follow her pursuits on her website:  Taryn played the role of Dominique de Monaco to great aclaim in The Commons Group 2010 production of Lucky Stiff at The Skinner Barn.  She  has recently entered the Front of House world, as the new House Manager for the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, in Stowe.


Michael Halloran

Michael is a local musical theatre professional based in Montpelier.  Originally from the midwest, he received his BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Minnesota and his MA in Directing and Theatre Education from the University of New Mexico.  Audiences across Vermont have seen him both onstage (including 2010’s Lucky Stiff at The Skinner Barn) and in the orchestra as music director for numerous high school and community theatre productions.  Michael teaches piano and voice, and has taught musical theatre singing at Monteverdi Music School, Johnson State College, and Flynn Arts.