Frequently Asked Questions
What COVID safety measures will be taken during Broadway Bootcamp 2021?
We are closely monitoring and will fully comply with all local, state, and federal COVID safety guidelines in place during each BBC 2021 session. To help ensure each camper has a safe and healthy camp experience, BBC 2021 will move to two-week sessions to allow time for proper cleaning and staff testing between each session. We will release more information about our COVID response including mask, handwashing, and grouping protocols as we get closer to summer.
What are the session dates for Broadway Bootcamp 2021?
We are offering three 2-week sessions during the summer of 2021.
Session 1: 6/28 - 7/10  
Session 2: 7/19 - 7/31
Session 3: 8/9 - 8/21
Will BBC 2021 be offered on-site this summer? 
We intend to conduct camp on-site this summer at Southport Congregational Church located at 524 Pequot Avenue, Southport, CT. Your child's safety is always our highest priority and we will closely adhere to evolving CDC and state COVID safety guidelines.
Will BBC 2021 also be available online like last year?
At present, we have no plans to provide BBC 2021 online. We are closely monitoring COVID safety guidelines to determine if online access will be available.
How much is tuition this year?
Tuition for each 2021 session is $975 per child. Registration requires a 50% deposit or payment in full.
What is the cancellation policy?
We understand that summer plans may change, however we cannot provide refunds within ten calendar days of camp. A $50 registration fee will be deducted from all refunds.
When and where will each session's performance take place?
Each session will culminate in a fully-staged, hour long musical production on the final weekend. Performance details will be announced closer to the summer. 
What time does camp begin and end?
Summer Bootcamp begins at 9:30am and ends at 3:30pm.  Special hours apply to Performance Saturday.
How does the drop-off and pick-up process work?
All pick-ups and drop-offs are held in the back parking lot at Southport Congregational Church. Drop-off begins no earlier than 9:15am. Pick-up occurs promptly at 3:30pm. Campers are not dismissed until a parent/guardian has been seen, and the camper has shaken the hand of a staff member acknowledging their dismissal, at which time parents/guardians assume responsibility of the child. All drivers must proceed slowly and patiently as children are walking through the parking lot. 
What is the process for dropping off a child late or picking a child up early?
If you know your child will be absent, late, or need to leave early, please send a note with them the previous day or email us at info@mybroadwaybootcamp.com
How do I contact Broadway Bootcamp during the day?
Please send an email to info@mybroadwaybootcamp.com.  This email account is monitored throughout the day by the staff.
Do I need to call someone if my child is going to be absent?
Yes, please send an email to info@mybroadwaybootcamp.com. We request minimal absenteeism, and strongly discourage absence during the second week of any session.
Does Broadway Bootcamp provide lunch?
Each child must bring their own non-perishable lunch.
Are any packed lunch items prohibited?
Bootcamp is not an allergy-free environment, so any reasonable lunch items are welcome. We do not have adequate refrigeration to refrigerate each camper’s lunch. We discourage items that need to be kept cold or frozen, or heated before consuming.
What if my child has allergies or medical conditions?
Be sure to provide all relevant information and sign the Medical Care Authorization form when completing our online registration process  If a child is injured, first aid will be administered, and 911 will be called in an emergency.
Is Broadway Bootcamp appropriate for children with physical disabilities or developmental disorders?
Singing, dancing and acting is part of each child’s experience at Broadway Bootcamp. We seek to create as inclusive and accessible an environment as possible, although our program may not be appropriate depending on your child’s needs. We encourage parents to contact us directly to discuss if Broadway Bootcamp is right for your family.   
If my child gets a small part, what will they do all day?
At Broadway Bootcamp, we carefully craft each day so that every child has a fun and productive day.  Everyone takes acting class each day of camp, as well as vocal or staging rehearsals. Some days we also have dance classes, and round out the day with group games! To ensure an optimal camp experience, every camper will be assigned a part that is important to the creation and staging of the session's musical production. 
Do I need to purchase costumes for my child?
We provide many costume pieces, however occasionally we will ask for your child to bring things from home, such as certain types of shoes or pants. This may mean you need to purchase these items, but we try to keep them to simple items that most people already have.