Children’s Drama Camps and Classes 2021

Lionheart’s 2021 Summer Drama Camps have ended. Please check back periodically to learn more about any upcoming classes and future camps for our youth artists.  

How to Register


Scholarships are also available for our summer camps – please contact Tanya Caldwell at for more information.

About Marla Krohn, Director of Education

Marla Krohn is the Director of Education for Lionheart and is in charge of coordinating Lionheart’s theatre classes and summer youth camp programming.  Her dream has always been to give people the ability to get on stage without fear or worry. For 15 years, she taught middle school at Bridgeway Christian Academy and home schoolers at Dunwoody Home School Group. Taking someone who has never been on stage or who has some stumbling blocks is where she likes to focus her teaching. As an instructor her goals with her middle schoolers as well with adults has never been to make them Broadway stars but to give them confidence in themselves whether on or off stage. Marla has been performing since she was a child and her heart strings have always gone towards helping kids reach their potential. performed professionally for over 35 years and loves doing radio voice overs. But her heart belongs to the stage. Comedy and voices are her expertise.

Send a Child to Camp

Norcross is a big and diverse town. At Lionheart, we are committed to being a community theatre for our ENTIRE Community. In 2019, when we last held camps in-person, we were able to partially or fully sponsor 25 children to our camps from just a few donations. This year, we’d like to triple that number. Please consider making a donation to help send a child to camp this year.


All donations are 100% tax-deductible. Feel free to donate via check at 10 College Street, Norcross, GA 30071. Make sure to include “2021 Camp Sponsor” in the memo section of your check.


The Case for Children’s Theatre: A Place for Kids to Learn, Grow and Imagine


Lionheart's Children's Theatre Camps


Besides being crazy amounts of fun, theatre also has tons of great benefits in terms of development and socialization. It’s probably no surprise that activities like improv and other drama courses can boost self-esteem and confidence. The theatre is a place where inner silliness and creativity are embraced. When children learn to be more confident in themselves, it translates to other aspects of their lives, like school, communication, and social situations.


In addition to confident and creativity boosts, practicing theatre can help in other useful ways. If your child decides to participate in one of Children’s Theatre productions, chances are they’ll have to learn parts of a script. When they see what they read come to life on the stage, they’ll likely improve their reading comprehension elsewhere. It might even make them more interested in reading off the stage, too!


Ultimately, the benefits of theatre are endless. But besides that, it’s a lot of fun. Check out our upcoming camps, auditions and plays, and sign your child up today to be a part of the extended Lionheart family!