Summer Camps


2019 Summer Camps Information coming soon!


Supported in part by Grants from


Summer camps are so much fun at Market House Theatre!  

Space is limited! To register - call the Market House Theatre Box Office at 270.444.6828 anytime Monday - Friday between Noon - 5 PM. 

Payment is due in full a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the start of each camp.

Scholarships are available--contact the Box Office (270.444.6828) for details!



Our Summer Camp Teaching Staff

Emily Yocum Black has performed extensively in musicals, operas, chamber and orchestral works for over 15 years and she is currently pursuing her Masters in Vocal Performance at the University of Louisville.  She has been a featured soloist in Bernstein’s Mass with the Louisville Orchestra and Handel’s Messiah with Bourbon Baroque as well as being very active in the Opera Theatre department at U of L, playing such roles as Laetitia in The Old Maid And The Thief and Pamina in The Magic Flute. She is a 2010 Governor’s School for the Arts alumna in musical theatre. 

April Cochran is Education Director for Market House Theatre and has over 40 years of directing, teaching and performance experience for theaters throughout the midwest, and is recipient of AACT’s Distinguished Merit Award in 2011.

Tim Franklin is an 8th grade Science & Performing Arts teacher in Marshall County. In addition, Mr. Franklin works in conjunction with Murray State University to develop and teach STEM courses to teachers across our region. He offers a unique approach to teaching Science by utilizing Fine Arts in his classroom instruction (STEAM).

Emi Chapman Hensel is instructor/choreographer for DanceMHT and is principal choreographer for Market House Theatre, including the recent musicals Addams Family, Hairspray, Mary Poppins and All Shook Up.  She studied Ballet, Modern and Dance Improvisation at Belhaven University.

Ashlee Soldo recently joined MHT's staff as Education Assistant.  Ashlee received her Bachelors in Musical Theatre from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and has performed, taught, choreographed and directed both in Scotland and in the United States.  She is a graduate of the Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville, a Whittenberg scholarship recipient, a 2011 Governor’s School for the Arts alumna, and held the position of Teaching Assistant for the Musical Theatre program at GSA for 3 years.