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 and 1st grade (the “Littles”, see camper group breakdown) participate in a morning schedule tailored specifically to their ages and attention spans.

9:00–9:15Attendance, Announcements, Theater Games, and Warmups
9:15–10:00Conservatory Class, First Rotation (Acting, Dance, or Voice)
10:00–10:45Conservatory Class, Second Rotation (Acting, Dance, or Voice)
10:45–11:30Conservatory Class, Third Rotation (Acting, Dance, or Voice)
11:30–12:00Lunch
12:00–1:00Wildcard Rotation (see description in text)
1:00–3:00Small-Group and Full Company Rehearsals for Camp Performance
Lunch

Campers can opt to bring their own nut-free, bagged lunches, which they enjoy in Pingry’s dining area, OR they can purchase lunch through Pingry’s add-on lunch option.

Wildcard Rotation

After lunch, there’s 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

  • Intensives in specialized dance styles such as hip-hop and tap

  • Acting for film, television, and commercials

Afternoon Session (Performance Workshop)

The last two hours of camp is our Performance Workshop, where campers break into performance groups to rehearse for the Friday evening performance.