Drama Camp

Let your creativity take center stage.

From sets and costumes, to staging and performance, learn what goes into a production from the first rehearsal to the final curtain call. Experience firsthand the technical processes involved, and develop the communication skills and confidence you need to become a better performer.

Whether you have experience on stage or have never acted before, you’ll grow through expert instruction and a variety of hands-on opportunities in an uplifting Christian environment.

Experienced Pensacola Christian College speech faculty provide group and individual instruction. Drama Camp is held in the PCC Visual and Performing Arts building with a final Showcase in the Dale Horton Auditorium.

Registration is open to campers from 14 to 18 years old who have just completed or are entering into grades 9–12.

Camp Dates

July 1–6
Filling Quickly 

confidence and stronger communication skills through individual and group performance opportunities.


yourself to develop new skills as you learn about scene design, makeup, basic stage movement techniques, and other aspects of production and performance.


with your camp friends in the Drama Camp Showcase where you’ll apply what you learn during your week at camp.

Preparing for drama camp

Select and memorize a 1–2 minute reading from a poem, story, or essay. You’ll use this piece on the first day of camp to audition for acting roles.

Family and Friends Are Invited!

On Friday, July 5, Drama Camp will host two events that your family and friends won’t want to miss!

6 p.m. CT
Open House
(Dale Horton Auditorium)

7 p.m. CT
(Dale Horton Auditorium)

No reservations are needed.


What to Expect

One-on-one interaction with college instructors
Guided individual and group practice
Instruction in performance techniques
Put on production—from start to finish
Participation in the Showcase—everyone gets a part!
Daily Bible challenges
And more!


However you spend your free time, you’ll be spending it with newfound friends. From climbing the rock wall, to cooling off at the ice-skating rink or testing your skills on the FlowRider—it’s all waiting for you.

Meet Your Camp Director

Mrs. Ashley Webb
Mrs. Ashley Webb

Mrs. Webb earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in speech education before joining the performing arts faculty at Pensacola Christian College in 2009. Mrs. Webb has performed in and directed numerous productions at PCC where she teaches undergraduate and graduate speech classes. One of her favorites is the Dramatic Productions class where she teaches students to master every aspect of producing a play—from scriptwriting and set design to casting and directing.

Mrs. Webb is passionate about helping young actors develop their God-given talents to bring stories to life on the stage. She strives to make Drama Camp an exciting experience where campers have fun while learning to become stronger performers.

Teen girl reading her script on stage
Your Drama Camp Instructors

Faculty from Pensacola Christian College work alongside you all week. They share personal insight and helpful tips for performing in a variety of settings.