July 16 - 20

Ages 7 - 16
9:00am - 2:00pm
Cost: $325

Taught by Angela RInaldi-Gribas & Bob Gribas

Students will Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Land of Oz where they will create the classic story of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion in this origininal musical adaptation.  No experience necessary, just the desire to have fun! Mask making, theater games and lots more! A final day performance will be presented for family and friend to enjoy!


July 30 - August 3

Ages  6 - 12

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost :  $190

Taught by Anne Zanatta-Kline & Angela Rinaldi-Gribas

This class is designed for the student who loves fairy tale stories and wants to bring the stories to life! Fun activities will include craft projects and theater games  but we will spend more time singing, dancing and rehearsing for our final day sharing for family and friends.



July 9 - 13

Ages 4-7

9:00am - 12:00pm

Cost:  $190

Taught by Anne Zanatta-Kline

This class is designed for those kids who like to use their imagination and play "let's pretend".  We will play theater games, sing songs, and each day will act out a favorite book or tale including props, costumes and a fun craft project.  There will be a short sharing on the final day for family and friends to enjoy!

All classes will be held at:

Bellevue High School Performing Arts Center

10416 SE Wolverine Way

Bellevue,  WA  98004

Summer Theater Program at

Bellevue High School Since 2014

Sponsored by the BHS Drama Booster Club


July 16  - 20


Ages 5 – 10

Cost: $190

Taught by Anne Zanatta-Kline

This is a great camp for the child who wants to explore theater.  Through games, songs, movement activities and crafts, we will explore Never Never Land!  Each child will choose their character: Fairies, Mermaids, Pirates and Lost Boys and they will  present a short play on the final day for family and friends!


July 30 - August 3

Ages 11 - 16

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost:  $190

Come over to the other side of the stage . . . the backstage world of the crew. Students learn the hands on skills of set construction, lights, sound, and the process of running a show. Students will be designing and creating the sets and run all of the tech back stage for the BE OUR GUEST class. Students love this class for the ensemble work and hands on approach to this art form. This is the perfect class for a child who loves theater, but does not want to be on stage.