The Arts Center management is offering a sneak peek of a few show titles they are working on for their upcoming 25th anniversary season.

Plans are still underway, after its spring postponement, for the highly anticipated, Tony Award-winning “Kinky Boots.” Other shows in the works include the hilarious farce “Noises Off,” the ’80s rock-hits extravaganza “Rock of Ages,” and a returning audience favorite “Mamma Mia!”

While the Arts Center is diligently at work preparing for the shows – budgeting, securing creative teams, etc. – they are simultaneously researching ways to optimize a safe environment for patrons.

“We have been actively consulting industry experts about the potential effectiveness of airflow, circulation, and filtration. For example, we are researching UV light filters and air bi-polar ionization systems,” said Jeffrey Reeves, CEO and president. “In addition, we will be cleaning after each performance with CDC approved and EPA registered industrial-strength disinfectants, and we’re exploring ULF disinfecting fogging applications. We’ve already installed over thirty wall-mounted hand sanitizing stations in the entire facility. We want to assure our audiences that we’re evaluating all options as we gear up to welcome them back in our 25th anniversary season.”

Subscriptions are not yet on sale but patrons are encouraged to stay tuned for early-bird specials – and new, flexible subscription packages – as they are released.

For more information, visit artshhi.com.

Arts Center offers Summer Camps online

• Take the Stage: The Greatest Show

July 13-17: Make your theatre dreams come alive right on your own living room stage. Learn a show-stopping musical number and play the role of some your favorite characters from the hit movie “The Greatest Showman.” This week-long theatrical experience will culminate in a virtual showcase to show-off for friends and family!

• Mixed-up Masterpieces: Earth … It’s Got Art

July 13-17: Join on this multi-cultural art expedition. Students will “travel” the globe creating art inspired by each continent. Projects such as self-portraits, animal art, and masks will be brought to life while exploring techniques such as watercolor, drawing, painting, collaging and experimenting fun. The final portfolio will be a passport of other countries, experienced through the visual arts

Materials Kit: All required tools and materials will be available for pickup at the Arts Center on the Friday prior to class. Leftover materials are yours to keep for even more summer fun art making.

• Dynamic Designs: Lowcountry Life in Mixed Media

July 27-31: During this week-long camp, students will create a small portfolio of work inspired by the flora and fauna of the Lowcountry. Focus will be placed on how to combine a variety of media to create layered imagery with design and depth. Techniques such as printmaking, collage and painting will be explored.

Materials Kit: All required tools and materials will be available for pickup at the Arts Center on the Friday prior to class. Leftover materials are yours to keep for even more summer fun art making.

• Summer Actor Intensive

July 27-Aug. 7: The heat gets turned up this summer as students polish their acting techniques during the Arts Center’s new Virtual Summer Actor Intensive. Toronto-based actor and director Cecily Smith will lead participants in two weeks of training and technique study via Zoom while rehearsing for a final scripted one-act recorded production. Actors will be exposed to 90 minutes of professional training and rehearsal each afternoon with a final recorded performance for viewing by family and friends.

For complete listing and to register, visit artshhi.com/camps.