Cancellation Policy: A $50 cancellation fee until the Friday prior to each camp session. $25 fee on all returned checks.

Discounts: 10% Discount for each child in same family/any camp. No refunds or credits once camp session has begun. 10% discount for active duty military families.

Summer Camp Scholarships

Apply today for financial support to attend any of our Summer Camp programs!

Scholarships are need based. Other factors, such as the child’s desire to participate in theatre, previous theatre experience and siblings who might have special needs are strongly weighed. The number of applicants often exceeds our funding abilities. In order to serve the greatest number of applicants, awards are often partial- either 50% to 75%. If you apply there is likely to be some financial requirement from $50 upwards. Please submit one application per camper

The application window for Summer 2019 has closed.

Questions? Please contact 

The Studio @ CFRT

The Studio @ CFRT offers weekly classes that provide instruction in theatre arts! Our Winter 2019 term lasts for six weeks with a Final Presentation for friends and family during class period on the seventh. Military, Multi-Class, and Sibling discounts are available.

Winter 2019 Term: Monday, February 4 through Monday, March 18 (week of)

Student Classes: 

Acting for Kids
When: Sat. 10-11:30am
What: An introduction to the basics of acting designed to encourage creativity, build confidence, forge friendships, and instill a passion for theatre. Taught by Malissa Borden (Sat.) and Nicki Hart (Mon.)
Ages: 7-10
Tuition: $150 (Sat) – Register today!

Acting for Middles 
When: Sat. 10-11:30am
This class explores scenes with multiple people and begins to delve into the concept of character development. Taught by Eliz Camacho.
Ages: 11-14
Tuition: $150 – Register today!


Need to practice for a big audition? Want more theatre in your life without the pressure of a big class? Contact us at to learn more about our private lessons in acting, creative dramatics, writing, and more.

Age: Any 3 and up

Cost: $30/30-minute session (limited availability); $55/60-minute session (limited availability)

CFRT’s Studio offers day camps that correspond with Cumberland County school holidays! Your child will enjoy a day of activities and enrichment and you don’t have to miss work. See below for our offerings!

February 18, 2019 (President’s Day)


May 27, 2019 (Memorial Day)


Cape Fear Regional Theatre Announces Receipt of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. Grant to Provide Children Scholarships for Drama Day classes Spring Break Boot Camp

The deadline for applicant submissions has now passed. 

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) is pleased to announce the receipt of the Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc.’s grant. This grant is funded by the Helen Jones Melvin Education Endowment of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc.

With this grant, CFRT will offer 14 students the opportunity to attend day camps, held on Federal Holidays when schools are closed, and a week-long Spring Break Boot Camp held in April.“Our Drama Day camps and Spring Break Boot Camp provide parents a safe place to bring their kids while they {parents} work.  Children engage in theatre at a time when arts funding in the schools is on the decline.  It’s a win-win.   We are so grateful to the Cumberland Community Foundation for their support!” stated Mary Catherine Burke, Artistic Director of Cape Fear Regional Theatre.

Day Camps: January 21, February 18, & May 27


The Spring Break Boot Camp, April 22-26.

It’s Junie B.’s first day of first grade, and a lot of things have changed for her: Junie’s friend, Lucille, doesn’t want to be her best pal anymore and, on the bus, Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. Also, Junie has trouble reading the blackboard and her teacher, Mr. Scary, thinks she may need glasses. Throw in a friendly cafeteria lady, a kickball tournament and a “Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal,” and first grade has never been more exciting.

In addition to classes, recipients of the scholarship will also receive tickets to Annie, beginning January 31, 2019 at CFRT. These tickets are for the youth and an adult to attend – offering the opportunity to experience high quality

With Support From

Thanks to the generosity of The North Carolina Arts Council, we are bringing FREE theater classes to military children and families on Fort Bragg, N.C.  

Registration for our Spring Passport Series opens on Monday, March 25 at 10:00 AM!


Passport Series offers an introduction to theater and runs for eight weeks, ending in a final performance for family and friends. Your child will learn how to create and perform an original story while using their imagination and gaining self-confidence along the way!

All classes are located at Throckmorton Library, Building 1-3346, Randolph Street, USAG Fort Bragg, NC.

Passport for Middles- Playwriting and Performance!
Take a story from the page to the stage! Work with Cape Fear Regional Theatre professionals to create a world premier performance.
Ages: 11 – 14
Dates: April 9-May 28, 2019
Days: Tuesdays, 5:15 PM to 6:45 PM
Cost: Free

Passport for Middles- Playwriting and Performance!
Take a story from the page to the stage! Work with Cape Fear Regional Theatre professionals to create a world premier performance.
Ages: 11 – 14
Dates: April 11-May 30, 2019
Days: Thursdays, 5:15 PM to 6:45 PM
Cost: Free

Passport for Kids – Playwriting and Performance!
Take a story from the page to the stage! Work with Cape Fear Regional Theatre professionals to create a world premier performance.
Ages: 7 – 10
Dates: April 9-May 28, 2019
Days: Tuesdays, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Cost: Free

Passport for Kids – Playwriting and Performance!
Take a story from the page to the stage! Work with Cape Fear Regional Theatre professionals to create a world premier performance.
Ages: 7 – 10
Dates: April 11-May 30, 2019
Days: Thursdays, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Cost: Free

For more information, contact!

Thank you to our partner Bryan Honda

Registration for our March 23 Dropzone opens on Monday, March 18 at 10:00 AM!

The Art Students Want – The Education They Need

Student Matinee Performances

ANNIE – February 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, & 21

THE CAKE –  April 10 & 17

MEMPHIS – May 15

Tickets are $10 + tax per student and for every 10 tickets you purchase you receive one free educator ticket. Educators can make their reservations by emailing Michael Houck at


CFRT’s Classic Theatre Series offers every 11th graders in Cumberland County an opportunity to see a show at the theatre free of charge!  Whether students see a production by William Shakespeare or a piece of classic American Literature, they leave the theatre with new perspectives and understandings about what they have just read in class and seen performed live onstage.

In 2018-2019 we offered Peter and the Starcatcher in the fall and will offer Trumbo in the spring.

 “They may never witness the beauty of live theatre without this opportunity, and it shows how powerful literature can be when the words come to life on stage. They can ‘see’ the conflicts and the fact that these are the same issues people are facing today.”

CFRTeens presents JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAL on tour in March 2019!

In Partnership with the Junior League of Fayetteville, CFRTeens is bringing the lovable Junie and her friends to area schools.

Tour Dates available February 28 – March 14. 

1 performance / $650
2 performances (same day) / $1000

Contact for availability.

Click here to download the CFRTeens JUNIE B JONES Enrichment Guide for your class room. 

Did You Know: The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County will subsidize 50% of the cost of our visit with successful application of their subsidy!  Deadline for application is in October each year for more information visit

Artists On The Go!

CFRT artists bring 45-60 minute presentations exploring the themes of select shows in our season, incorporating state standards, literacy, and communication skills.
$250 in classrooms OR
$400 in auditorium ($600 for two)


Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) began as a community theatre of enthusiastic thespians 54 years ago and has grown into one of North Carolina’s premiere professional theatre companies. Over the last several seasons, CFRT has received critical acclaim on the national level for its outstanding productions and been awarded numerous local and national grants, including the prestigious Shubert Foundation, for its progressive artistic vision and outreach efforts.


CFRT’s Internship Program offers internships which are designed to give high school students from Fayetteville and its surrounding areas a serious and intensive experience in the field of technical theatre and theatre management. Applicants are expected to be self-motivated, committed, and willing to learn a vast set of theatrical skills. Primary internship activities include practical experience with and classes on sound, lighting, set, properties, running crew, and stage management. Additional opportunities are also available in such departments as Education and Outreach, Marketing, and Office Management.

In CFRT’s Internship Program, you will discover within yourself new talents; engage in hands-on training with professional artists not only from Fayetteville and the surrounding region, but also New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago; and receive professional training ahead of your peers.


Internships are an extremely valuable experience that you can include on any college application or professional resume. Internships inform your professional and academic communities that you are dedicated and willing to devote extra time to learning and perfecting your craft.


Qualified applicants should be current high school or college students or recent graduates who possess a strong desire to continue their focus in professional theatre.

Interns will be required to attend enrichment sessions and work nights that focus on various departments of the theatre throughout the season. These sessions are mandatory to the program. Second and Third Year interns are still required to attend these sessions, during which their skill set will only expand and they may be called upon to assist in demonstrations.

CFRT’s 2018-2019 season will include 6 mainstage production. Interns are required to complete production assignments on 3 of the 6 productions but are encouraged to work on as many productions as possible to fully maximize the learning experience. An intern may not miss more than two consecutive productions.


Internship Orientation: August 2018 Dates TBD

Internship Dates: August 2018 – June 2019

Enrichment Sessions and Work Evenings will be held on Mondays, and Production Assignment dates and times are TBD; these assignments will be scheduled at the start of the season.

To apply, please download and return the Internship Application

2018-2019 CFRT Internship Application

For additional information regarding CFRT’s internship program, please contact