Camp Broadway commits itself to offering authentic Broadway experiences for theater-lovers of all ages. Our signature summer program, Camp Broadway for ages 10-17, can be found around the country at our tour venues as well as in New York City. Our other programs include Shining Stars (ages 6-9), The Next Step (ages 15-18), CB Dance, CB Fit, CB Pops as well as various special performance opportunities. Please read on to find the program that best fits your family’s needs and follow the links for more information on Camp Broadway programs.
Camp Broadway Dance
New York City
Become a triple-threat with our 3-day musical theater intensive, packed with master classes for dancers who aspire to sing, act and dance like a Broadway star! Veteran Broadway performer and choreographer Sue Delano (My Fair Lady, Cabaret), and her team of guest artists, teach teen dancers how to apply classic dance technique to a real Broadway rehearsal room, immersing participants in the dance style of specific Broadway show or choreographer. Dancers develop their character through small group coaching, and master classes that include all the skills needed to make it on the Great White Way: a mock audition; vocal rehearsals; and ballet with a musical theater point of view, led by the renown Cindy Thole (Agnes DeMille’s Oklahama!).
New York City and Nationwide
Camp Broadway’s Original Summer Program enables theatre-loving kids, ages 10-17, to develop their confidence, character and presentation skills through ensemble performance. Our staff will immerse your child in an authentic Broadway rehearsal process that allows all campers to be successful regardless of experience level. Inspired by Broadway’s cherished works and steeped in its grand traditions, Camp Broadway is designed to build confidence, inspire creative expression, and instill well-being in both aspiring artists and future audiences.
New York City and Las Vegas, NV
Shining Stars encourages children ages 6-9 to discover their artistic voice through creative play. Over the course of the week, Shining Stars participants adapt and develop the script of a beloved and age-appropriate show. The group also workshops songs, creates unique choreography, paints sets and designs costumes for their final showcase on the Friday of their Camp week. For a budding theatre-lover, this program will offer an all-encompassing look at the performing arts in a safe setting.
The Next Step
New York City
The Next Step trains experienced performers ages 15-18 to improve their unique style and presentation skills through solo and small group acting, singing, and dancing classes, all under the guidance of a mentoring coach. Participants have the opportunity to learn from Broadway Professionals during master classes and individualized coaching sessions. The Next Step finale allows each participant to perform a solo piece as well as in ensemble numbers.