Mean Girls Jr Summer Camp

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Mean Girls Jr
Musical Theatre Summer Camp

July 8 – 28, 2024
Mon-Fri 9 am-3:30 pm

Performances: July 25 – 28, 2024

Boys and Girls entering 6th grade and up

Fee: $650
Deposit: $150

A clip from our past summer camp production of Mary Poppins Jr

A fearless musical about chasing popularity and being true to yourself. The Plastics have deemed you worthy of their presence in Mean Girls JR! This “fetch” musical from book writer Tina Fey (30 Rock), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde) and composer Jeff Richmond (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) is packed with keen wit, an undeniably catchy score, and a sincere message for everyone.  Join us for a summer camp to remember!

A fun and educational summer camp giving kids the opportunity to sing, dance, and perform! Each day includes singing, dancing, rehearsals, and theatre games led by professional choreographers and musical directors. The 3 weeks culminate in stage performances at Rivertown Theaters.

  • Work with choreographers, musical directors and a director.
  • Learn broadway-style choreography
  • Fun for all participants, and great roles for boys and girls.
  • Campers will perform on the mainstage
  • This production will include professional set pieces, props, costumes and special effects!

Our summer production staff is comprised of theater professionals.

What makes our musical theatre camp experience unique? Each and every participant is featured and receives individual attention during their 3 weeks with us. We divide each show into 2 casts, opening up more lead/supporting roles opportunities and featured time on stage for all performers.

During the rehearsal process, our students work closely with our team of professionals benefiting from one-on-one training. Students work on every aspect of the production, gaining on-stage performance skills as well as backstage knowledge. We empower our students to work as a team and assist each other during the production, whether it be with set changes, props, costume, make-up, etc.

Parents and students continue to rave about the production value and professional experience they gain attending our camps. Our focus is on developing the young performers’ skills and love for theater, not just shuffling around a large group of kids on stage.