Learn Now Music introduces campers to a variety of musical instruments and concepts including piano, guitar, violin, drums, voice, and movement. Campers participate in musical games, crafts, musical listening excerpts, and more!
At the beginning of the week, each camper will be issued a FREE T-shirt and Camp Bag! FREE instrument rentals are provided to borrow for in camp use and at-home exploration (rental agreement must be signed). Instruments must be returned at the end of the week (instruments differ between the a.m. and p.m. sessions). Campers in both morning and afternoon sessions will be supervised during a lunch break. All campers should bring a snack and drink daily; full-day campers should also bring a bag lunch.
Come join the Circus! Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus College graduate and circus veteran Michael Rosman and his team of coaches will teach you the life skills you need for success such as juggling, tight wire walking, balancing, stilt walking, and clowning.
Younger campers will get a taste of the circus life with simple but fun skills like spinning plates, balancing feathers/sticks and juggling scarves. Campers will participate in acrobatics, clowning, and circus-themed arts and crafts projects. Thursday is pie-in-the face day and a big show starring all of the campers will be presented for friends and family on Friday. All campers will receive a circus t-shirt.
Led by RPCS Dance Teachers Sylvia Botts and Patrica Statkiewicz
Tap, ballet, modern and jazz — you’ll learn it all during this fun week of dance camp open to dancers of all ability levels who want to experience various styles and techniques. You will also work on partnering and composition. On the last day of camp, dancers will share a special performance for family and friends.
Led by Middle School Music Teacher, Leah Inger, and Fatima Petersen
Program 1: July 10 – July 14
Program 2: July 31 – August 4
Does your child love to perform? Or does your child need a boost of confidence to step into the spotlight? Singing games, improv, vocal exercises and theater games will take your child to the next level.
Through individual and group instruction, campers will prepare for a culminating performance of monologues, solos and musical theater scenes. No prior experience necessary--only a love of singing and acting. Our goal is to expand each child’s self-confidence and expressive ability by combining vocal technique, acting and “play.”
A specially-designed camp for aspiring actors and actresses. Broadway Bound Camp is for campers who love theater games, dramatic play, story enactment, imagination journeys and music. There is no pressure to perform.
The emphasis is on the process, rather than the product. Being creative with drama lets you learn about emotions, problem solving and relating to others. You will develop your imagination and confidence and pretend to be anything you want to be. Family and friends will be invited to our “big show” on Friday.
Is your child interested in pursuing musical theatre after high school? This camp provides young adults with an approach to how musical theatre productions would be taught as a higher education program. Campers develop their skills in singing, dancing, and musical theatre, in order to present solo, duet, and group performances as part of a final production.
Twirl your way to becoming a dancing princess! Participate in ballet and tap classes each day. Campers should wear dance attire such as a leotard or dance dress and footed tights. Leather ballet shoes and tap shoes are required but may also be borrowed.
Thinking of studying voice in college? Do you love singing and want more formal training? During this workshop, aspiring singers will learn about the voice, basic vocal technique, singing styles, and audition skills. With an emphasis on classical repertoire, you will learn a song as a group and also prepare a solo.