Broadway Review Production Camp for 6th-12th grade
July 5-16 | Performances Saturday, 7/16 at 2:00 and 4:30 pm
At Popovsky Performing Arts
9:00 am-4:30 pm on the following dates:
Tues 7/5 | Wed 7/6 | Thurs 7/7 | Fri 7/8
Mon 7/11 | Tues 7/12 | Wed 7/13
At the performance space
9:00 am-4:30 pm on Thurs 7/14 | Fri 7/15
10:00 am-5:45pm (appx) on Saturday 7/16
This camp is open to students entering 6th-12th grade. Our fun, educational, enriching summer camp programs focus on guiding performers as they develop skills, gain confidence, and build community. Students’ creativity is nurtured by building a strong foundation in acting, singing, and dance. Performers of all experience levels are given opportunities to learn, grow, and succeed on stage AND in the classroom. People of every race, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, and nationality are welcome and safe at PPAS, and we happily welcome neurodiverse students.
Learn about Broadway Musicals, their creators, their performers, and their history throughout the 20th century through today! Campers of all experience levels will get the opportunity to watch performances, critique them, and recreate or reimagine them as they learn and prepare a show for an audience! This camp is a great opportunity to explore the varying approaches to vocal and acting technique, storytelling, musical style, and character development on stage through the last 150 years!
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CAMP
AUDITION INFORMATION: All registered students are accepted, and auditions are held for casting purposes only. Auditions are held at the end of the first day of camp after ample time and instruction have been given to the campers. Campers are not required to prepare for auditions in advance, nor will audition materials be provided to campers before the first day of camp.
Performances will be held at 2:00 PM and 4:30 PM on Saturday 7/16. The doors will open to the audience TEN MINUTES prior to the performance time.
Two tickets are included per camper with registration, additional tickets will be available in advance for $10 each. Instructions for ticket purchases will be provided via email at a later date.
Camp Staff is made up of a combination of PPAS teachers, professionals, and college students. All camp instructors are chosen carefully and selected for their experience with guiding and motivating young performers and their experience on stage themselves. All camp staff must pass background checks as required in all educational environments in Pennsylvania and have completed specialized training to be part of our staff. All staff is fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
Up-to-date and additional details will be provided closer to the start of the camp.