Learn. Explore. Experience. Our roster of classes and workshops are designed to inspire, intrigue and excite the entire family. Whether you’re interested in acting, movement, voice or simply theater theory, there’s sure to be something on our calendar you won’t want to miss!


Have you ever wanted to be in a play? You can be! Sign up for Miami Theater Center’s Musical Theater Summer Camp led by our expertly trained and talented team of Teaching Artists. We also offer specialty camps during the Spring and Winter breaks Theater, Dance and Circus Arts – that promise to engage, challenge, and inspire your child(ren). As well as a brand new Internship Program for teens! For more information contact Terrence Brunn, Education Program Coordinator, (305) 751-9550 ext. 223 or Sign up soon – our camps are very popular, and space fills quickly!

Musical Theater Summer Camp

Session 1: June 12, 2017-June 30, 2017
Session 2: July 17, 2017- August 4, 2017
Ages 6 – 12

Winter Break Mini-Camp

December 26, 2016-January 6, 2017
9am to 4pm
Ages 6 – 12

Spring Break Mini-Camp

April 10, 2017 -April 14, 2017
9am to 4pm
Ages 6 – 12

MTC Theater Club

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We invite you to join MTC theater club for kids and teens! Starting in September 2017, MTC Theater Club gives young performers the opportunity to find their artistic voice in a collaborative and creative environment. This 10-week session offers everything from scene study and audition techniques for older actors to theater games and storybook theater for younger actors. On the last Saturday of the session, parents and guardians are invited to join the fun as we share some of the skills theater club members have learned at a Family Workshop. For more information, contact Education Programs Coordinator, Terrence Brunn, at or (305)  751-9550 or simply fill out our downloadable registration and send it back to us.


Become an MTC Education Partner School today! MTC is grateful for the opportunity to engage thousands of Miami-Dade County Public School and Private School students and teachers each year. In addition to attending high quality live performances and films, the partnership provides dynamic educational programs for more engagement with the performing arts both at the theater and in your school. We are now accepting applications for the 2017/2018 school year – please see the link for the application form and apply soon as spots are filling up fast! For more information contact Terrence Brunn, Education Program Coordinator, (305) 751-9550 ext. 223 or

MTC usher program

Are you a college student looking for a job in the arts? Do you need a flexible schedule working with fun and creative people? Apply to be an MTC Usher TODAY!

Why become and MTC usher?
• It’s a one-of-kind opportunity to see and learn about the culture and inner-workings of a live theater and movie house
• Receive job training and participate in workshops that building essential and transferable skills
• Ushers work hands-on with kids and families in a friendly, fast-paced environment
• MTC offers continual personal and professional growth throughout the program

Only a few spots remaining for the 2017-2018 season! Contact Education Programs Coordinator, Terrence Brunn, at or call (305) 751-9550


A team of highly trained Teaching Artists delivers impactful, joyful theatrical experiences to children and young people during their hospital stay. We’re proud of our commitment to this important work, and are grateful for the major support our program receives from a generous challenge grant from The Batchelor Foundation, Inc. If you’d like to be a part of delivering this great medicine, please consider donating today! For more information contact Terrence Brunn, Education Program Coordinator, (305) 751-9550 ext. 223 or  

Theater Inclusion Program

We strongly believe that the power of theater should be shared with the widest possible audience. That’s why our Theatre Inclusion Performances
 were implemented – to ensure the access required to enjoy our productions regardless of an individual’s ability. Our programs include open captioning, ASL signed interpretation and audio description. In addition, we offer alternate format collateral materials, including Braille and large print study guides.

We’re also dedicated to creating “Sensory-Friendly” performances for children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). These shows are groundbreaking in their approach to inclusion and access for special needs audiences, and are designed to include the entire family in a safe and comfortable environment. Special accommodations will be provided, including noise cancelling headphones, earplugs, and modifications to sound and lighting. A professionally staffed “quiet room” will be available for any child or adult seeking respite from the stimulation of the live performance. Please reach out if you have any questions about these performances.