Summer 2021.
The Magic Returns!
Bootcamp is Back! 
Registration Opens January 28
Session 1 (two weeks)
June 28 - July 10
Session 2 (two weeks)
July 19 - July 31
Session 3 (two weeks)
August 9 - August 21
This summer we expect to provide campers with an exciting, on-site camp experience. Your child's safety is always our highest priority and we will closely adhere to evolving CDC and state COVID safety guidelines. Click here to learn more about our COVID safety measures.
REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 28
 
Founded and run by Broadway and musical theatre professionals, Broadway Bootcamp offers the ultimate summer theatre camp experience. 

In just two weeks, we'll guide your child from casting and classes to rehearsals and a fully-staged, costumed musical production choreographed, staged, and produced by theatre professionals with Broadway experience. Productions will be staged on the last day of each camp session at a venue to be announced.  Click here to see a list of our previous productions.

To ensure an optimal camp experience, every camper will be assigned a part that is important to the creation and presentation of the session's musical production. 
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE KIDS

At Broadway Bootcamp we focus on one thing - providing your child a special and memorable summer theatre experience. From the musicals we select to our daily curriculum, it's all about providing kids a fun, confidence-building, educational experience.
AMAZING PRODUCTIONS

Our reputation for putting on shows with extraordinary production values is well deserved. Your child will be proud to participate in a show that includes professional costumes, incredible sets, and is presented in a real theatre.
EVERYONE IS IMPORTANT

Our friendly, nurturing environment is specifically designed to allow campers to take risks, be silly, learn new things, and grow as both performers and individuals. We want to make every kid feel important.
IMPORTANT BROADWAY BOOTCAMP 2021 INFORMATION
TUITION: Tuition is $975 per session including a $50 non-refundable registration fee.
AGES: Bootcamp is open to all children entering grades 3 - 11 (Yes, rising juniors are welcome!).
TERM: Each session runs for 11 days (including performance day) culminating in a fully-staged, costumed musical production.
LOCATION: Bootcamp is held at Southport Congregational Church located at 524 Pequot Avenue, Southport, CT.  Performances will be staged at a venue to be announced.
HOURS: Bootcamp runs from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday. Special camp hours apply to performance Saturday.
LUNCH: Children are expected to bring a non-perishable lunch. 
PERFORMANCES:  A single performance will be staged on the last day of camp (Saturday) at a venue to be announced. 
Please note the above information is subject to change based on COVID safety measures required during the summer.
At Broadway Bootcamp every child is an actor, every child is a singer, and yes, every child is a dancer.
Our improvisation-based acting curriculum is taught at both an age-specific and a mixed grade-level basis, providing campers the opportunity to learn from their teachers and from each other. Music and vocal production is incorporated into every camper's daily routine.  Novice and experienced singers alike will receive useful and understandable information about how to sing to the best of their ability through breathing and vocal exercises, healthy phonation and projection instruction, and group music rehearsals.

Dance is an integral element of the Broadway Bootcamp experience.  Led by seasoned choreographers, campers of all skill levels work together to learn dance combinations both for fun and in preparation for their performance.

At Broadway Bootcamp every child is an actor, every child is a singer, and yes, every child is a dancer.  From our physical warm-up that starts every day with stretching, core-strengthening, aerobic and across the floor exercises, to small group dance classes and choreography rehearsals, each camper learns how to execute basic choreographic elements and how to put these elements together in a fully-staged musical production.
Rehearsing
Instruction
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