The Bucks County Playhouse Education Program serves children, teens, and adults through a wide variety of programs. It aims to achieve artistic excellence in a community-centered environment, in continuation of the Playhouse’s rich history of mentoring young people, contributing to the American theatre canon, and fostering relationships between established and emerging artists. Programs range from student matinees to monthly master classes to year-round programs that culminate in performances on the Playhouse stage. Content includes musical theatre, playwriting, and the creation of original theatre. From the historic Student Theater Festival, now entering its 49th year, to the BCP Youth Company, our summer conservatory for teens, to master classes with Broadway stars, there are many ways to leap in to the performing arts. Join the circle! CLICK HERE to learn about PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN (which includes those listed below) Starcatchers Junkyard Puppets Saturday Acting Program CLICK HERE to learn about PROGRAMS FOR TEENS (which includes those listed below) BCP Youth Company Saturday Acting Program Girlspeak Student Theater Festival CLICK HERE to learn about PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS (which includes those listed below) Intro to Playwriting Talk Story: Revelations Study with the Stars: Writing for Musical Theater with Adam Gwon Improv New Voices CLICK HERE to learn about THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES (which includes those listed below) BCP Youth Company Once Upon a Time CLICK HERE to learn about SPECIAL EVENTS (which includes those listed below) Study with the Stars: Breaking into the Voiceover World Study with the Stars: Writing for Musical Theater with Adam Gwon Questions? Contact Hester Kamin, Director of Education, at (267) 740-2090 x113 or

The Anatomy of a Screenplay: Finding Your Unique Voice for the Screen

January 24, 2017 — March 14, 2017

Lamberville Hall

Writing, like all art forms, consists of form and content. Content cannot be learned: it is the fiber of your creative self, your vision, your style- your unique voice that craves expression. Form, on the other hand, is the architecture of story-telling and by far the most challenging aspect of the craft. By studying the […]

Theater Boot Camp

March 11, 2017 — April 8, 2017

Lambertville Hall

In this five session workshop, actors, writers and directors will combine their talents and hone their skills to create an original theater piece that will culminate in a workshop production at the historic Lambertville Hall. Participants will delve into the creative process exploring specific aspects of creating a play from writing and directing, to acting, […]

Breaking into the Voiceover World

January 30, 2017 — February 27, 2017

Lamberville Hall

Breaking into the Voiceover World with Pete DeMeo, voice of The Today Show every morning on NBC Learn the ins and outs of the voice over field in this four session masterclass with Pete DeMeo. In this cutting edge course students will learn: –          proper voice over technique for TV and radio commercials and promos […]

StarCatchers Summer Theater Camp 2017 presents Peter Pan Jr.

June 26, 2017 — July 15, 2017

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 StarCatchers summer production will be Peter Pan Jr.! The camp will run June 26 – July 15 with 4 culminating performances on July 14 and 15. Starcatchers Summer Theatre Camp offers campers, grades 4 through 12, the chance to experience the theatrical process from start to finish […]

Saturday Musical Theatre Program

Lambertville Hall

Back and extended, by popular demand! Sing and dance your way through this musical theatre program that culminates in a public performance.   About the Artists Corey Everly (Music Director) is a collaborative pianist, coach, and conductor. He graduated from Westminster Choir College with a Master’s Degree in Piano Accompanying and Coaching in 2016 where […]


September 14, 2016 — March 22, 2017

Lambertville Hall

In this award winning program created by Hester Kamin, girls 13-18 work together to write and perform an original play based on their own thoughts and experiences. $350 ABOUT THE ARTISTS Wendy Schibener (Teaching Artist/ Peer Mentor) is a teaching artist and performer in the NY/NJ area. She has worked extensively with collaborative theatre ensembles, […]


March 16, 2017 — April 27, 2017

Lambertville Hall

Whose line is it anyway? Yours! Back by popular demand, join us for Improv at Lambertville Hall. Drop in for one class or register for all. No experience necessary – just a desire to laugh! Drop in for $35/class Ages 18- Adult     About the Teaching Artist   Joe McKernan is an actor, director, […]

BCP Youth Company presents Seussical Jr.

We are pleased to announce that this year Bucks County Playhouse Youth Company will present Seussical Jr!   Click on the video below to learn more about the BCP Youth Company and the audition process!     About the Bucks County Playhouse Youth Company The Bucks County Playhouse Youth Company, now in its fourth year, […]

Talk Story

Lambertville Hall

Lead by actress, poet, and teaching artist Hayden Saunier, this three-month class culminates in a final performance at the historic Lambertville Hall. In Talk Story, adults use theatre techniques to write and perform stories from their own lives. ABOUT THE ARTIST Hayden Saunier is an actress, poet, and teaching artist.  Her theatre credits include the […]

“Cinderella of the Wild West” presented by the Robert Rogers Puppet Company

March 26, 2017

Lambertville Hall

  An All-American version of the famous fairytale.  Cindy Lou lives on a ranch, where she’s learned the skills of roping cattle and riding horses.  Instead of a Fairy Godmother, she relies on the help of a Native American spirit guide.  And instead of dancing at the Prince’s Ball, she competes in a rodeo on […]

“Just So Stories” presented by the Robert Rogers Puppet Company

May 21, 2017

Lambertville Hall

  Rudyard Kipling, who also wrote The Jungle Book, imagined the African animal kingdom as a magical place where an elephant’s trunk could stretch in the jaws of a crocodile; where a camel’s hump could grow from shear laziness; where a leopard’s spots could be found in the mud; and the alphabet could rise from the sea.  […]

“Stone Soup” presented by the Robert Rogers Puppet Company

June 25, 2017

Lambertville Hall

Centuries ago, a young soldier walking home from a distant battlefield came upon a village of very fearful people who refused to give him food, let alone, shelter for the night.  And now, in this musical version of the famous folk tale, he uses his wits to create a remarkable recipe, the result of which is a most delicious pot of […]

“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” presented by the Bright Star Touring Theatre

October 3, 2017

Bucks County Playhouse

Bright Star Touring Theatre’s hilarious version of this literary classic returns just in time for fall. Join bumbling Ichabod Crane, beautiful Katrina Van Tassel and Bullying Brom Bones as they bring life to this Washington Irving classic. This is even credited as being America’s first work of fiction! Your young audience will love seeing fellow […]

Broadway Dance

March 4, 2017 — May 13, 2017

Lambertville Hall

Learn classic choreography from the golden age of Broadway to today! $55/class Saturday, March 4 • 1pm-3pm- (Song to be announced soon) from Aladdin (Choreography by Casey Nicholaw) Ages 10-adult. Saturday, April 15 • 1pm-3pm- (Song to be announced soon) from High School Musical (Choreography by Kenny Ortega) Ages 10-adult. Saturday, May 13 • 1pm-3pm- […]

Student Theater Festival

April 11, 2017 — April 20, 2017

Bucks County Playhouse

About the Student Theater Festival – Now in its 49th year! The Student Theater Festival, in collaboration with Newtown Arts Company, is an opportunity for teens from throughout the region to come to the Playhouse to perform for each other, take master classes, and receive professional adjudication. Top performances are selected at the end of […]