Summer 2020 Broadway Bound Camps

Broadway Bound! camps are providing young actors the opportunity to participate in a theatrical experience which will develop confidence, responsibility and teamwork. Participants in our classes build self-esteem as they refine their creativity, active listening, and concentration skills all while learning about musical theatre.

Broadway Bound! teaching artists are theatre professionals – actors, designers and directors – who teach under the leadership of Lauren Sobon, Dutch Apple Artistic Producer and Dean Sobon, National Tour Director. Professional performers Katelyn Candiello (national tour of The Wizard of Oz, 2017- 2019) and Alyssa Crook (Senior Performing Arts student at Muhlenberg College) serve as camp administrators and counselors.

*Please note most of our previous participants will take each session at least 2 – 3 times before moving up to the next level. Every summer the student’s performance material is new to reinforce their skills without becoming repetitive.

2020 DATES NOW ANNOUNCED!

PRE-BEGINNER SESSIONS

(Ages 5-7) – $150
In this camp preschoolers will participate in basic theatre techniques and work on creating a production out of some well loved children’s stories.
Camp is held Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm with a Saturday morning performance.
June 15 – 20
June 22 – 27

BEGINNER SESSIONS

(Ages 8-11) -$175
In this camp beginners will receive an introduction to all the tools an actor needs to perform on stage. Students
will spend the week learning singing, acting, and dancing techniques as well as an entire musical review that they will perform at the end of the week for family and friends.
Camp is held Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 12:30 pm; Friday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm *Lunch included on this day* with a Saturday morning performance.
June 29 – July 4
July 27 – August 1
August 3 – 8

INTERMEDIATE SESSION

(Ages 12 and up) – $175
This session has a prerequisite of at least 2 years of our camp sessions and/or performance experience in several school, community or professional theatre productions. Students will work on scenes, songs, and musical numbers while digging deeper into how an actor prepares for a role. You will learn how to develop a character through physical and vocal techniques and use language to define a role. The week will end with a performance for friends and family that will consist of materials covered in class to create a wonderful young performer’s cabaret.
Camp is held Monday through Thursday 9:00 am – 12:30 pm; Friday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm *Lunch included on this
day* with a Saturday morning performance.
August 10 – 15

ADVANCED PERFORMANCE SESSION

How I Became a Pirate the Musical – $225
In our advanced session campers will join professional actors in one of our children’s theatre productions. Those who wish to participate must audition for consideration and have prior performance experience. Auditions will be held on Saturday April 18th. Please send an email to intern@dutchapple.com with your camper’s name, age, height, and resume to register for an audition time.
Rehearsal will fall on the following days:
July 13: 1 – 4:30pm
July 14: 1 – 4:30pm
July 15: 9 – 12:30pm
July 16: 9 – 12:30pm
July 17: 1 – 4:30pm
July 20: 9 – 4:30pm
July 21: 9 – 4:30pm
July 22: 9 – 12:30pm
July 23: 9 – 12:30pm
July 24: 9 – 10:30am (Final Run)
PERFORMANCE DATES:
July 24, 28, 30; August 2, 4, 7, 11, 14

 

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