CCCT Summer Camps

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Ages 5 -15 (grouped by age) - Two week Theatre Camp

Cost: $250 ($5 per hour)

Campers will sing, dance, develop and act in their own scenes around the girl and boy bands theme, "Band Together!".

Under the direction of theatre professionals, the camp will conclude with final day live performances on the Seventh Street Stage.

Includes T-Shirt and family tickets to the final performance

July 15 through July 26 - 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Performances June 28 at 1:00 and 3:00 pm • Reserved Seating

Please click on the link below to register your child. Find the date of the camp you want and follow instructions to register online. Please be sure to include your child's name, age, and T-shirt size in the space provided.

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Jessie McLean Larson
first appeared onstage with CCCT as the Organ Grinder Monkey and Barbell Girl in The 1890’s Music Hall Revue in 1986.
She grew up to train at the LACHSA, NYU, PCPA, and received her BFA from the College of Santa Fe in Theater and Dance, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and is completing her MFA at the University of La Verne. Her most memorable roles are Anne Shirley in Anne of Green Gables: The Musical, Nora in A Doll's House, Baker's Wife in Into the Woods, Roxanne in Cyrano de Bergerac, Christina in Dancing at Lughnasa, and Reggie Fluty in The Laramie Project, Lizzie in The Rainmaker, and Sylvia in Sylvia.
For CCCT, Jessie co-directed The 25th Anniversary Show, musically directed Annie, choreographed and assistant directed Shrek, and directed Once On This Island and the multiple award-winning productions of Hairspray in the summer of 2015 and In the Heights in 2017. Ms. Jessie directed 13 - The Musical last summer. She also served as Education Director for CCCT in the past, is the current Innovation Director, teaches workshops, classes, and directs our Summer Theatre Camp program. She is a past company member at The Chance Theater of Anaheim Hills and Long Beach Shakespeare Company. Jessie currently serves as the Drama Teacher at Ontario High School.
Isiaha Ruiz
first appeared on the CCCT stage as TonTon Julian in Once On This Island in 2011. Since then he has gone to grow a love and passion for the arts and teaching. He is now a Sophomore in college were he is pursuing a Degree in Theatre Arts and Communications.
Growing up Isaiah has been apart of many Productions, Camps, and Workshops both on and off stage at CCCT. Some of his most favorite roles have been the title role in Shrek The Musical(ITL WINNER), Uncle Fester in The Addams Family(ITL WINNER), and Edna (U/S) in Hairspray. For three years he served as the Director and Producer for Ramona Junior High School creating four MainStage Musicals. In High School he was a member of CCCT’s first Student Intern Board as Director of Engagements as well as Being Student Body President. Isaiah Recently attended The Young Americans College Of The Performing Arts where he recieved a Certificate In Music Outreach. While with The Young Americans He went on his first National Tour spending 5 months performing and teaching in the Midwest/West Coast.
Isaiah now spends his days back in Chino currently serving as an Ambassador and Advocate for the Chino Community Children’s Theatre as well as working as an Advisor to the Intern Board. And as a Digital Marketing Director for #iCANHELP. He hopes to one day inspire kids to find a passion and stay true to it as much as his CCCT Family has taught him.
Sarah Hoogenraad
first took the CCCT stage as an urchin in Oliver! in 2009. She has since fallen in love with the theatre and is currently a junior at Hofstra University in Long Island, NY, where she is pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Arts, with a minor in musical theatre.
Some of her favorite roles include: Maggie in Student Body, CB’s Sister in Dog Sees God, Peter Pan in Peter Pan, Lenya in Fools, as well as performing in the ensembles of Hair and American Idiot. At CCCT, Sarah has assistant-choreographed The Little Mermaid, Jr, and performed in her fair share of shows, such as Hairspray (Tammy), and Annie (Orphan/Star-To-Be).
Recently, she performed in The Drama League’s DirectorFest in Alex Rubin’s new play “Group,” reading stage directions and acting as Young Rachel alongside Tony-Nominee Jenn Colella. She feels blessed to have worked teaching theatre to the next generation for the past few years, and hopes that she can inspire someone to feel the same passion for creating art that sparked in her at a young age.