At this stage, anything is possible.

Wolf Theatre Academy provides year-round opportunities for young artists in kindergarten through high school to develop performance, storytelling, technical theatre, and creative collaboration skills. Our educators are seasoned professionals from the Denver Theatre Community who are passionate about training the next generation of theatre artists.

At the Wolf Theatre Academy, we set the highest standards for our faculty and students. Our students work with theatrical professionals who are experienced in the art of theatre education. With the younger ages, we emphasize a positive, nurturing style of teaching with students growing through encouragement in an environment that supports their development as individuals and as artists.

Wolf Theatre Academy Offerings


The classes are structured in one week, two week and three week sessions for a total of 11 weeks. This provides the opportunity for a young artist to participate in a theatre experience, learn to throw on a pottery wheel, and/or learn to draw, paint, or sculpt. Most experiences, (except production classes), allow for an mix and match of AM and PM classes across Academies. You may also pair MACC classes with Serve, Snack & Splash for a varied experience.


For full day campers, supervised lunch is included in camp fee. Campers enrolled in half-day MACC camps have the option to enroll in supervised lunch (this is required for campers under 12 who are enrolled in both a morning and afternoon camp).


The MACC is excited to bring all Academy classes back to the JCC & MACC campus at 350 South Dahlia Street.


Round-trip transportation will be offered Week 1 – 9. The camp bus will pick campers up from:
• Arapahoe & I-25
• Cherry Creek High School
• Stapleton
• University Hills