Besides afternoon workshops in dance, makeup, vocalization, along with set building and costume construction, students also are working hard on a musical they will present to parents, friends and family next week.
As Kelly Strom worked with groups of actors last week on a first read-through of the play, she noted they'd be "off book," quickly, meaning they would no longer have their scripts in hand.
And the "absolutely" would have the entire show - a parody of a Harry Potter book - memorized and ready to go in three weeks' time.
Not only that, but campers comfortable enough to give it a go would do their parts with British accents.
"They'll know everything," Strom said. Campers also will have had a hand in every part of the production, down to lighting.
"Kids even work on costumes," she said. The 70 campers range in age from 7 to 17 and two-thirds of them are returning campers who already are familiar with the daily routine.
This year's play is called "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fandoms: A Parody," and is a parody on J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," the fourth in her series.
The camp is educational for the Strom family, too. Strom's daughter, Hannah, wrote the script and many of the lyrics.
"We're taking music already written by Mary Beth Malcolm," Kelly Strom explained. Malcolm has been music director of the camp since it began, but recently had twins and was unable to help out this year. Morrison stepped in to teach music and worked with Hannah Strom on the songs.
The show is open to the public. Performance dates are 7 p.m. July 26 and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. July 27. For information about tickets, call 304-766-2923 or visit www.stromstudios.com.