The Falcon Summer Camps – Musical Theater Camp 2021 is a project supported by the University of Texas Permian Basin Music Program. It will be held from June 14 - 18 in the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center. Students entering 4th to High School graduates (2020 & 2021) will be eligible to participate. Students will receive instruction in singing, acting, dancing, and stagecraft, culminating in a final performance for friends and family. No previous experience is necessary for participation. However, students are encouraged to bring two contrasting solo songs of classical and/or musical theatre style to work on in lessons.


Every morning will begin with physical warmups, followed by choreography. Students should come to camp dressed in comfortable clothing (exercise clothes, dance clothes, or sweat pants) and bring dance shoes (jazz shoes, character shoes) if they have them. If they have no dance shoes, tennis shoes or socks are acceptable footwear. Students should bring a change of clothes (casual is fine) for the rest of the day when they will be singing and acting.

Musical Theater Faculty: 


David Corman

Kimberly Corman

Oliver Lucero

Rachelle Woolston


Maija Johnson


Billy Baker


Karen Eychaner

Michelle Owens


Christie Cox-Lujan

Master classes

We will have daily interactive group master classes, with speakers teaching vocal technique, audition preparation, acting, lyric diction, musicality, college admission, and stagecraft.


The Falcon Summer Camps will cover all lunches during the camp. The participants will be required to bring their own snacks and drinks during the day. Water Bottles will be provided

Tuition and Registration

Each student will be required to pay the full tuition cost ($199) with the registration. Scholarships may be available—contact Dr. Rachelle Woolston with questions about scholarship availability.

Register for Camp


Concert will take place in the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center on June 18 at 6:00 pm. Free admission.


Recommended but not required: two contrasting solos (fast/slow, English/foreign language, or some other contrasting style) to work on with faculty. These songs may be programmed for the final concert, so memorized songs would be preferable. The rest of the music for the final performance will be given to the students upon arrival.


General Daily Schedule

9:00 Physical Warmups and Choreography
11:00 Masterclass
12:00 Lunch and Social Time 

Small Ensemble Rehearsals/

Individual Lessons

3:00 Group Rehearsal and Review
4:00 Return Home