Offers VIP Movie Camp and Performing Arts Intensive Programs For Young People Wanting To Pursue Acting And Attracts Students From Five Continents

ATLANTA, GA, June 08, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Atlanta Workshop Players (AWP) announces that its world renowned, Summer Performing Arts Camp for tweens and teens interested in a career in acting commences on July 10, 2022. This intensive and fun summer camp offers world class instruction on acting. It has attracted students from five continents. The camp offers two distinct programs – the VIP Movie Camp and the Performing Arts Intensive Day Camp.

The VIP Movie Camp offers students the option of staying on campus or going to camp daily while at home. Leading filmmakers train attendees for careers in front of and behind the camera. Students make a movie and take part in actual auditions for casting directors and talent agents. The VIP Movie Camp starts on July 10th and concludes on July 23rd with a Red Carpet screening of their movie.

The Performing Arts Intensive Day Camp starts on July 18th and concludes on July 23rd with a live variety show. It provides workshops in dance, acting, circus arts, musical theatre, stage combat, stunts, improv, classical theater and industry auditions. The classes are conducted by world renowned instructors.

The Atlanta Workshop Players Summer Performing Camp has paved the way for successful alum like Jack Alcott, David Lambert, Chris Lowell, Faith Salie, Katelyn Nacon, and Cassidy McClincy. As both Atlanta and Georgia have become the destination for television and movie production, the Atlanta Workshop Players Summer Performing Arts Camp has become the worldwide destination for tweens and teens looking to pursue a career in acting surpassing camps in Hollywood and New York.

“We are very pleased to be offering AWP’s Summer Performing Arts Camp in person,” said Lynn Stallings, Executive Director of the Atlanta Workshop Players. “This Camp is both intensive and fun, offering professional level training for young people who dream of an acting career.”

“Students gather from around the country and around the world to prepare for a TV/Film/Broadway Career,” concludes Stallings. “Atlanta Workshop Players is known for stellar training and features an ever-growing alumnus of celebrities and industry pros.”


The Atlanta Workshop Players (AWP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, family-friendly performing arts company and film school conservatory.

AWP provides professional level training to challenge and inspire diverse people through extraordinary productions in a joyful, supportive, non-competitive atmosphere.

The Atlanta Workshop Players is more than arts education. It helps students reach their full potential. It allows students to embrace uniqueness, live out their passion, make strong industry connections, develop life-long friends, and live life to the fullest. It is important because it makes a lasting difference in the lives of children, adults, artists, and in the world.

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