Camp Broadway is an exciting theatre camp offered this summer at The Mt. Bethel School of the Arts. This camp will include music, dancing, acting, games, arts and crafts, and lots of fun! Camp Broadway is designed to teach children about the performing arts and to give them a chance to perform, as well. This year’s theme is the Disney Jr. Musical, “Alice in Wonderland.” Auditions will be held May 20 and 21 for lead roles, but don’t worry, every child that signs up for camp will be a part of the production.
Camp Broadway will be held June 17-21 at Mt. Bethel UMC for rising 1st-6th grade students. Camp runs from 9am-2pm with lunch served in between. Students will enjoy four rotations throughout the day including acting, dancing, vocal performance, and games/arts and crafts. Each day ends with a rehearsal of the musical. The performance of “Alice in Wonderland” will be held Friday, June 21 at 6pm.
Register now at www.mtbethel.org/campbroadway
Stagedoor Studios is a performing arts camp offered just for kids! Each day campers will have the opportunity to study with professionals trained in the fields of theater, dance, art, improv and music. Young stars will work as teams to put together acts that showcase their new found performing skills. Each class will perform in the variety show that closes out the camp week on Friday night.
This year’s camp theme is “There’s No Place Like Camp! – Welcome to the Wonderful Wizard of Oz.” Let the adventures of Dorothy and her friends inspire creativity and ease on down the yellow brick road!
Stagedoor Studios is for rising 1st grade through rising 6th grade students.
Deadline for registration is July 1. www.mtbethel.org/stagedoor
Post Camp Care
Families requiring additional care due to work schedules can take advantage of post-camp hours for both camps. Parents can pick-up their children as late as 5:30 pm. The cost is $50 per week. (Parents arriving after 5:40 will be charged $1 per minute.)
Campers are kept engaged with games, movies, arts and crafts and other activities. Parents should provide snacks and drinks for this extra time.