Bozeman's premiere summer theater day camp

WELCOME to

CAMP EQUINOX

Bozeman's Premiere Summer Theater Day Camp

Now in our 23rd year!

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Camp Equinox offers two 4-week sessions,
and yes—campers can do both!

Session 1: June 11th- July 6th

(This year Session 1 ends on a Friday instead of the usual Thursday, because of July 4th falling on that Wednesday.)

Session 2: July 16th - August 9th

 

Click play on the video to see what we're all about!

 

"What a magical, magical place.
You guys really have a gift." 

 

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Did you know Camp Directors Katie and Soren are also authors?

 Katie's workbook on using the lessons of improv comedy to find the authentic you. Looking for the Camp Equinox experience as an adult? This is it!

Katie's workbook on using the lessons of improv comedy to find the authentic you. Looking for the Camp Equinox experience as an adult? This is it!

 Katie and Soren's hilarious and utterly original romp through two young imaginations run wild.   "Assaults by evil unicorns! A giant squid! A vampire usher! When mom and dad go out for a date night, anything might happen. Deliciously playful!" — Judith Viorst, best-selling author of  Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Katie and Soren's hilarious and utterly original romp through two young imaginations run wild. 

"Assaults by evil unicorns! A giant squid! A vampire usher! When mom and dad go out for a date night, anything might happen. Deliciously playful!" — Judith Viorst, best-selling author of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

 Soren's meaningful look at a leaf that is very happy with its life—until it watches a bird learn to fly, and a caterpillar turn into a butterfly—and becomes consumed with worry that perhaps  it  was supposed to learn to fly, or become a butterfly. A story, in other words, about the fears we all make up for ourselves, and learning who we were meant to be. A book for both kids AND their adults.  "Uplifting… An important book. It tells the children, and the children who are hiding in adults’s bodies, that we don’t have to do what others are doing." - Worn Corners

Soren's meaningful look at a leaf that is very happy with its life—until it watches a bird learn to fly, and a caterpillar turn into a butterfly—and becomes consumed with worry that perhaps it was supposed to learn to fly, or become a butterfly. A story, in other words, about the fears we all make up for ourselves, and learning who we were meant to be. A book for both kids AND their adults.

"Uplifting… An important book. It tells the children, and the children who are hiding in adults’s bodies, that we don’t have to do what others are doing." -Worn Corners

Authors Goodman and Kisiel, a husband-and-wife team, run a comedy troupe, and it shows!
— Publishers Weekly

"Your program is such a powerfully encouraging and supportive place.." 

 

 

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