Final Showcase

This is where it all comes togeth­er, where we final­ly get to serve a meal. After days and weeks of hard work, our Showcases are the oppor­tu­ni­ty for us to, well, show off. All the dis­ci­plines come togeth­er in an excit­ing week­end fes­ti­val that allow us to cel­e­brate in our tal­ents and enjoy our last times togeth­er before camp comes to a close.

Senior Camp

The Senior Camp show­cases live per­for­mance and film screen­ings sep­a­rately. The final per­for­mance show­case is on the final Saturday of camp. It is a the­mat­i­cally cohe­sive per­for­mance show­casing all of the campers as “com­plete” artists. Afternoon rehearsals pre­pare campers to inte­grate into the open­ing and clos­ing num­bers. Between the open­ing and clos­ing num­bers is near­ly two hours of scenes and mono­logues from con­tem­porary pub­lished play­wrights as well as TAP campers, and songs and dances from Broadway musi­cal reper­toire. Film shorts writ­ten and pro­duced by film­making majors and per­formed by per­for­mance majors will be screened for friends, fam­i­ly and campers at 1pm on Sunday. Click here to see films from pre­vi­ous years.

Junior Camp

The Junior Camp final per­for­mance show­case is on the final day of camp. It com­bines singing, danc­ing and act­ing by all campers in a twen­ty to thri­ty minute show­case per­for­mance. Using songs from Broadway and Disney reper­toire, the campers learn to sing and dance to both pop­u­lar and more obscure songs. Typically, the songs are strung togeth­er by a theme or sto­ry­line. Click here to see video from pre­vi­ous Junior Camps.

Advanced Camp

The Advanced Camp does not have a final show­case for friends and fam­i­ly. As the camp focus is on col­lege audi­tions, the campers will have a final mock audi­tion, prepar­ing them for the pres­sure of the col­lege audi­tion process. It is there­fore, not a per­for­mance, and is closed to the pub­lic.