Midsummer Musical Theatre Experience


Summer Musical Theatre Camp Registration is now accepting applications!

RUNNING now for OVER A DECADE, Midsummer Musical Theatre Experience is specifically designed for developing acting, singing and dancing skills for ages 8-15. No experience needed. The campers will perform Giants in the Sky, winner of the 2017 Children’s Musical Theatre Festival, NYC. 

Camp dates are July 9 – July 20, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. The camp will be held in the Department of Theatre on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. For more information, please contact Robin Aronson at (601)266-6442 or email robin.aronson@usm.edu. 

Giants in the Sky

Giants in the Sky


This magical story explores the world of Giants who live above the clouds. Ever since they left Earth a long time ago, the Giants have made a life up above where their job is to keep the sky beautiful. They polish the stars, poke the clouds to let it rain and paint the sunsets. But there is one curious Giant who wonders what life is like on Earth, so she steals a key to the locked up ìbeanstalkî and embarks on an adventure down below!




Robin AronsonRobin Aronson

Midsummer Musical Theatre Experience is produced and managed by Robin Aronson, Professor of Voice and Acting in the Department of Theatre at The University of Southern Mississippi. 

One of the founders of MMTE, she is a member of the Actorís Equity Association and holds a Shakespeare Acting Certificate from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England. 

As a Lessac-certified voice and body trainer, Robin has presented voice and speech workshops in over 7 countries internationally. At Southern Miss, Robin has directed, vocal coached and performed for the past 13 years. Robin has served as President of the Lessac Training and Research Institute chair of the Southeastern Theatre Conference Voice and Speech Committee, the Region IV Selection Committee for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and President of The Lessac Institute.