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Senior Theater Camp

Summer is a fantastic time to focus on the performing arts. When the pressure of academics eases up, students can pour their full energy and passion into developing their musical theater skills. Even students who may struggle to balance their extracurricular pursuits during the school year can thrive at theater camp thanks to the single-minded setting.
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Registrations for Summer 2023 will open in early January!

July 10th - 21st, 2023
Monday-Friday
9am-4pm
St. Joseph Regional High School
40 Chestnut Ridge Road
Montvale, NJ 07645
$875
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Senior Theater Camp is the cornerstone of Broadway Theater Workshops where our students learn the fundamentals of musical theater in a two week long daytime camp taught by Broadway artists. Students are divided into age appropriate groups that they will work with for the entirety of the camp. There is no audition required to join Senior Theater Camp, but high school students wanting to be a part of the Advanced Theater Group, an elite distinction within STC, will be required to submit a video audition for admission into the program.

Each STC student will receive a voice lesson and workshops in the following areas:

-Dance Lessons (for both non-dancers and dancers)
-Auditioning
-Acting for the Stage
-Speech and Diction

and more!

Plus additional workshops led by Broadway guest artists!

This year’s guest artists include the current Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway, Talia Suskauer, Broadway director Casey Hushion and Broadway actor Andrew Kober! Casey and Talia will work with the entire camp and Andrew will work specifically with the Advanced Theater Group! Read below for their bios!

The culmination of the program is a musical revue that all STC students will perform in on the second Thursday night of camp for their families & friends.

Our STC faculty and guest artists hail from Broadway, National Tours and professional productions across the country. Select Broadway credits include: Beetlejuice, Mean Girls, Aladdin, The Prom, School of Rock, In the Heights, The Drowsy Chaperone, She Loves Me, Hair, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Into the Woods, Cats, Jekyll and Hyde, The Who’s Tommy, The Little Mermaid, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Last Year's Guest Artists Included

TALIA SUSKAUER (she/her) is a New York based actress currently playing Elphaba in WICKED on Broadway. She recently returned from touring the country as Elphaba on the Munchkinland National Tour of WICKED. Other credits include the Broadway and Off-Broadway productions of BE MORE CHILL and regional productions of SHREK, LITTLE WOMEN, THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD and THE SECRET GARDEN. Talia holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Penn State University.

CASEY HUSHION (she/her) has had the pleasure of working on Broadway for many years, on projects including MEAN GIRLS, ALADDIN, THE PROM, IN THE HEIGHTS, and THE DROWSY CHAPERONE as the Associate & Resident Director. Recently Casey directed the new hit play CLUE, which premiered at Cleveland Playhouse. The production went on to successful runs at La Mirada, Paper Mill Playhouse, and was the most licensed U.S. Play in 2020 & 2021. Casey also directed the world premiere of MYSTIC PIZZA at Ogunquit Playhouse. Additional credits include A JOLLY HOLIDAY: Celebrating Disney’s Broadway Hits & BEEHIVE (Papermill Playhouse), CALL ME MADAM at City Center Encores FAT CAMP at the American Theatre of Actors, the Broadway production of NERDS (almost) and over twenty productions at North Carolina Theatre where she served as Artistic Director for ten years.

For television, she has choreographed episodes of UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT and staged press events for The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, The View, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and the NBC special One Night Only: The Best of Broadway. Concerts include Celebrating 25 Years of Disney On Broadway at the New Amsterdam Theatre, Broadway in Bryant Park, CAROUSEL and A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC with The Boston Pops.

ANDREW KOBER (he/him): Broadway: Currently appearing in Beetlejuice. Previously: School of Rock, Sunday in the Park with George, Beautiful, She Loves Me, Les Miserables, and Hair. Off-Broadway and regional: Roundabout, MCC, NYTW, Shakespeare in the Park, TV: “Fosse/Verdon”, “Pose” (FX), “Ray Donovan” (Showtime), "House of Cards” (Netflix), "Boardwalk Empire”, “The Plot Against America” (HBO), “Blue Bloods” (CBS).

Now Presenting Senior Theater Camp!

At Broadway Theatre Workshops, we believe strongly in the value that participating in the performing arts adds to young people's lives. Every day, we see students build confidence, creativity, and initiative through their study of acting, voice, and dance. We're a well-established program for musical theater camps, meaning you can trust that we'll provide a high-quality environment for outstanding artistic instruction the way we've done for twenty years. We bring the same quality and personal attention to our summer theater camp that we bring to our year-round private lessons and master classes.

When Does Camp Run?

Broadway Theatre Workshops conducts our Senior Theater Camp in July. This summer camp will last for two weeks, running all day Monday through Friday. From 9am to 4pm, students' days will be full of fantastic workshops and classes that explore both performance fundamentals and special topics. At the end of the two-week period, camp will culminate in a Musical Review performance that's open for friends and family to attend.

Who Can Register?

Students become eligible for Senior Theater Camp in fifth grade. (If you're looking for a program for third through fifth graders, sign them up for our Junior Theater Camp!) Fifth through twelfth graders will split into age-appropriate groups for workshops throughout the day.

What Do Students Learn At Camp?

During camp, fifth through twelfth graders will delve into techniques of acting, singing, and dancing. Classes will be split into age-appropriate groups to hone fundamental skills and build new ones. Exciting special topics accompany the essentials, making sure students are challenged and engaged at the right level for them. Here are some of our cornerstone workshops:

Acting For The Stage

Acting For The Camera

Vocal Lessons

Dance Lessons (For Dancers)

Dance Lessons (For Non-Dancers)

Vocal Lessons

Acting For The Stage

Acting For The Camera

Dance Lessons (For Dancers)

Dance Lessons (For Non-Dancers)

Auditioning

Stage Combat

Speech And Diction

Auditioning

Stage Combat

Speech And Diction

How Do I Register?

We're so excited to welcome your students to camp! If you'd like more information about how to sign up for our musical theater camp, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're happy to answer any questions you have.
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