Playmakers Summer Theatre Camp is provided at the Garfield Center for the Arts for children ages 8-15. The camp runs for four weeks, culminating in two evening performances and one matinee performance that includes all participants. Children ages 8-10 will make up the chorus and supporting characters, while the 11-15 year old campers play the lead roles. There are also three cultural performances for the campers during the four weeks of camp, where outside artists come in and do a presentation for the Playmakers.  Children can also be involved in our summer MUSICAMP which provides a one week, intensive exploration of musical theatre. Email Nic Carter at for more information on both camps.

The Garfield Center for the Arts collaborates with Kent County Schools to provide enrichment opportunities for elementary, middle and high school students through our Spring and Fall Educational Outreach Program, featuring a field trip opportunity each season. Please contact Nic Carter at to reserve space for your students to attend

The Live Playwrights’ Society meets the first Monday of the month. Local writers gather to workshop plays and provide feedback. Local musicians are encouraged  to participate each month in our popular Open Mic Night. The newly formed Garfield Improv Group meets twice a month and provides the opportunity for participants to develop and grow their individual voice and technique through improvisation.


A Tell-Tale Tale: The Stories and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

October 10 @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre
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