Musical Theater Camp: Daily Schedule

Morning Rotation

Each morning, students entering second grade and up participate in age-based, conservatory-style class rotations where they receive structured instruction in dance, vocal performance, and acting. Students entering K through 1st grade (the “Littles”, see camper group breakdown) participate in a morning schedule tailored specifically to their ages and attention spans.

Lunch (provided by Pingry)

Wildcard Rotation

After lunch, we hold a “wildcard” session in which we do something different each day. Past wildcards have included:

— Master classes with Broadway, film, and TV performers
— Visits from film, TV, and Broadway casting directors
—Audition workshops and clinics with Broadway agents and managers (some of our students were even “discovered” and signed by management as a direct result of these clinics)
—Workshops on set design, technical direction, costuming, and more
—Additional full company dance and song performance rehearsals
—Intensives in specialized dance styles such as hip-hop or tap
—Acting for film, television, and commercials

Afternoon Session (Performance Workshop)

The time period from 1:15 to dismissal is our Performance Workshop, where campers break into performance groups to rehearse for the Friday evening performance.

9:00–9:15Attendance, Announcements
9:15–10:30 Conservatory Class, First Rotation (Acting, Dance, or Voice)
10:30–11:45Conservatory Class, Second Rotation (Acting, Dance, or Voice)
11:45–12:15Lunch: Campers do NOT bring lunch. It is provided by Pingry.
12:15–1:15Wildcard Rotation (see description in text)
1:15–3:00Small-Group and Full Company Rehearsals for Camp Performance