Theatre Education at CCT

2017 Theater in the Middle


A full day summer camp program is offered from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.  The program will include scene work, character development, voice work, improvisation games and show music. These skills will be applied to a full production of The Big Bad Musical to be presented to the public on the evening of July 20, 2017.


Camp will begin on Monday, June 26 and continue for four weeks until July 21, 2017.  No camp on July 3rd or 4th.  Participants should plan to enroll for the full four week session.  However, shorter enrollment periods are possible.


8:30-3:30 pm

Full 4 week Theater Camp: $500
Individual Week Fee: $150/week


Please send application and $50 non-refundable deposit check payable to: Curtain Call Theatre

Send application form and check to: 

Meg Young
47 Robbie Road
Braintree MA  02184



Application Due: June 1, 2017
Final Payment Due: June 10, 2917


       Questions?   Please call Meg Young at  781-848-0058

       Application:  download



Theater in the Middle Faculty


MICHAEL BRADLEY is a graduate of Bridgewater State University class of 2015 with his degree in Theatre Arts. He has been involved with Theater in the Middle since 2009 teaching theatre, improv, and voice production. Michael is also an Elementary School Music Teacher and actor. He was an Irene Ryan Award nominee for his work at Bridgewater State along with his nomination for the Musical Theatre Initiative and advancing to the final round at the American College Theatre.

COLIN SULLIVAN studied voice and acting at both the University of Southern California and Bridgewater State University where he graduated with a B.A. in Theatre Education. He is a classically trained singer and has been involved with independent vocal and acting study and operatic roles for over 12 years. Colin has studied and performed in Viterbo, Italy as part of the Tuschia Opera Festival and has participated in various master classes, including Acting for the Singer with renowned actor Michael York. He is currently the music director and private voice and piano instructor at the Bay Colony Performing Arts Academy in Foxboro and Norwood, as well as music directing several musicals across Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. When he is not directing or teaching, he continues to perform, most recently appearing in Company as “Bobby” and in Bye Bye Birdie as “Albert Peterson.” Colin has been with Theater in the Middle since 2015, and is excited once again to be a part of this wonderful program.

PETER KATES has directed and designed for Norwell Junior High School, Marshfield High School and several community theatre groups including Curtain Call Theatre; he has been a part of Theater in the Middle for the past three years, after serving thirteen summers as technical director and Shakespeare instructor at the Derby Academy Summer Arts Program.

MEG YOUNG is a long time Curtain Call Member. Meg is currently serving as president of CCT. She has been teaching and organizing Theater in the Middle since she first started it in 2000.  In addition, she frequently serves as production manager for some of CCT's productions.  She has also been involved in costume design, acting, singing, choreography, play reading committee and props.