Let’s create together!

Led by a team of professional teaching artists, Drama Camp is an enriching performing arts experience for boys and girls who have a passion for musical theater and drama. The program is structured to provide an introduction to the craft of performance or a more intensive study for those students with more experience. Campers are divided according to age and ability and focus on acting, dance, and singing with specialty classes offered in theater history, playwriting, directing, and costume design.

Drama Camp 1 (Rising 2-3):

Each week, campers will focus on a different one-week performance unit, immersing themselves in the scenes, songs, and dances of some of Broadway's most cherished shows. Students will have the chance to perform in mini-showcases at the end of each week. This is a perfect opportunity for first-time theater students to have a fun and immersive experience in the performing arts, or for more seasoned students who would like a flexible program and a chance to widen their repertoire.  

Drama Camp 2 (Rising 4-6):

The Drama Camp for rising 4th-6th graders requires a three-week enrollment (weeks 3, 4, and 5) and will culminate in a fully realized musical theater performance. Taught by professional teaching artists, the program focuses on acting, singing, and dancing with specialty classes in design and writing. The final performance will be held during the last week of camp.

Advanced Drama Camp (Rising 7-10):

The Advanced Drama Camp for rising 7th-10th graders is an intensive study of musical theater performance taught by professional teaching artists. This camp requires a four-week commitment (including weeks 3, 4, and 5) and culminates in a fully realized musical theater performance. Advanced classes in scene study, musical theater singing, and Broadway dance are taught alongside specialty classes in design and writing. Auditions will be held for the final show during the first week of camp and the final performance will take place on July 27 & 28.

June 27 – July 29

Boys and Girls, Rising Grades 2-10
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Drama Camp)
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Advanced Drama Camp)
Drop off begins at 8:30 a.m.
1026 Fifth Avenue

Highlights Include:

  • A Meet-the-Artist Program in which campers work with some of Broadway’s most exciting actors, designers, and directors
  • Acting, improvisation, and scene study
  • Music and singing
  • Dance and movement
  • Set design, costume design, and set tech
  • Weekly specialty classes in Shakespeare, mask making, and design
  • Weekly field trips
  • Daily outdoor sports and recess in Central Park