Great Performing Arts Camps For All Ages
Our 2020 Summer Camps

SummerStage I : The Actor's Performance Workshop
 Ages 12-16 / Maximum of 12 actors per SummerStage camps
July 6 - July 17 : 9:00 AM  to 4:00 PM
Showcase Date : July 17 at 6:30 PM  & 8:30 PM
TUITION :  $795.00
An exciting and fun Acting Performance camp culminating in an original show of scenes, monologues and short plays. This camp gives every cast member the opportunity to perform a leading role.  During week one, cast members will work on acting skills , character development, ensemble skills, improvisation, and scene selection.  During week two, actors will put it all together by rehearsing and performing their show!
SummerStage II : The Musical Theater Performance Workshop
July 20 - July 31 : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Showcase Date: July 31 @ 5:00 PM & 7:00 PM
TUITION : $1195.00
A Musical revue that will be created by the cast members using songs and scenes from Broadway and Off Broadway hits such as Hamiltion, Dear Evan Hansen, Something Rotten, Frozen,  Mean Girls plus many others!  This show gives the opportunity for every cast memeber to have a leading role.
The Teen Specialty Camps
All Camps are 1 week Intensives!
Maximum of 12 students per camp
ALL 1 WEEK SESSIONS: Meet from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
*SESSION 1:  June 29 - July 3 
1:00 PM - 4:00PM
College Prep Audition Bootcamp (Grades 10 - 12)
Designed for the high school student who is interested in pursuing their BFA and BA in Acting or Musical Theater.
Taught by NJSDA Director and Three Time Honorable Mention Recipient for the Tony Award's Excellence in Education, Beth Baur.  Ms. Baur's students have been accepted into the country's most prestigious programs including: University of Michigan , Carnegie Mellon, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Penn State, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Syracuse, Ithaca, Pace, Hartt, Boston Conservatory, Coastal Carolina, and Webster to name a few.
*SESSION 2 : July 6 - July 10
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Acting Intensive Camp (Grades 9 - 12)
Students learn how to answer the questions all actors must ask in order to successfully approach a script:
the Who ? Where? What? Why? How? Exploration of the actor's physical resources of voice and movement.  Students discover how action and behavior shape characterization.  They continue to track their character's journey through scenes and monologues; articulating the essential elements of building a character, playing objectives, fighting through obstacles and trying to resolve conflict in the scene. Work can include monologues , scene study, acting exercises or other projects of the instructor's choosing.
*SESSION 3 :  July 13 - July 17
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Acting for Film & TV Camp (Grades 9 - 12)
This on camera course will teach students about the TV Commercial and the TV/Film industry. By working on camera each week, students will learn how to prepare for the commercial audition and how to approach written material for TV and Film ( while also exploring choice , size and physicality in front of the camera).
*SESSION 4 : July 20 - July 24
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Improv Camp (Grade 9-12)
Give your imagination a blast of spontaneity! Learn how to better use your observation, concentration, creativity and quick learning skills. Learn how to use improvisation during theater rehearsals and while performing on stage. A Fun and Funny Camp!!
*SESSION 5 : August 3 - August 7
1:00 PM - 4:00PM
YouTube Review Camp 1 (Grades 3-5)
YouTube Review Camp 2 (Grades 6-8)
Our newest camp is for innovative students who want to create their own YouTube presence! Using improvisation, acting technique, and on camera skills, campers will learn to create their own unique YouTube brand, learn how to become part of the YouTube community, and get started in the world of influencers.  This camp culminates in an on camera YouTube review of games, videos, and more!