Beginning Broadway students are singing and pointing to the left as they perform on stage; a student sings in front of a piano played by the camp director

The Academy's musical theatre workshops teach middle and high school students how to improve their audition and performance technique. Classes each day will cover good singing technique, healthy belting, picking songs, acting the story of the song, bringing the song to life, research tools, knowing your type, and musical theatre movement/dance. Students will have group classes as well as individual coaching and will be guided to prepare for the workshop in advance. The week culminates with a showcase on Friday afternoon that is free and open to the public. Enrollment is limited to 20 students per level.

Camp Preparation:

In session called Masterclass, each student will receive individual coaching on a solo that can be included, if they desire, as part of the Friday showcase. To help prepare a varied program that shows each student at their best, we ask students to submit videos of themselves performing segments of two contrasting musical theatre selections before camp beginsOnce we have the videos, our camp staff will choose which song they will work on during Masterclass. (Alternatively, students who do not have access to record a video may sing live for our camp director.) Further instruction on song selection and video submissions will be sent out upon registration.


Showing Off!

June 17-21
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, does not include lunch

  • Eligibility:
    • high school students with prior musical theatre experience (grades 9-12)
  • Fee: $289 


Beginning Broadway

July 22-26
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday

  • Eligibility:
    • middle school students with any level of musical theatre experience (grades 6-8)
    • high school students with no prior musical theatre experience (grades 9-12)
  • Fee: $219


Registration for our summer 2019 musical theatre workshops is now closed. Please fill out our interest form to receive information about next year's workshops.

Camp Guidelines

Registration in an Academy program indicates understanding and acceptance of our guidelines:


Academy teacher, on the left, in a green sweater holding a binder and pencil in her right hand. Her left hand is placed on the diaphragm of a male high school student, on the right.

A student sings with her hand raised at her side in a half-shrug.A student sings in front of a piano with his hand extended toward the cameraA student standing in front of her peers smiles at a teacher, who is clapping for her performance.