A day in the life of a camper attending the Primary, Junior or Senior Summer Stock Theatre starts with a warm-up exercise. The day then quickly jumps into a game or activity designed to reinforce the skills needed for acting, singing or dancing. This transitions into rehearsal time for the show. There is a mid-morning break for a quick drink of water and a snack brought from home. Then, it's back to working on the show together or in smaller break-out groups.
Lunchtime is unstructured and gives campers a chance to relax, eat lunch, play on the playground, play games led by the counselors, or practice their lines with friends. Primary campers also participate in crafts during lunch time.
The afternoon continues with rehearsal time and/or other activities related to the show. Before the day ends, there is a brief wrap-up to review the day and prepare for the next.
Campers receive scripts and CDs for review and practice at home.