Step into the Summer Limelight!

Do you wish you had more time for musical theatre during the school year? Do you crave more opportunities to act, sing, and dance with your friends? Then our new Broadway Junior on 91st Street Musical Theatre Workshop is for you! During weeklong intensives, Middle Schoolers will spend their days in music, choreography, and staging rehearsals of scenes and songs from popular musicals about young people. Think High School Musical, Matilda, Thirteen, Newsies, and more! All students will have the opportunity to be cast in name roles and both sessions will conclude with staged workshops for families and friends. The program will be held in our air-conditioned theater at 1 East 91st Street. This program is dedicated to helping children hone their acting, singing, and dancing skills, problem-solve together quickly and effectively, and increase their empathy toward their friends


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Acting/Character Development
Every day, students will participate in a 75-minute long acting and character development session. Through the context of their assigned musical scenes and songs, they will practice the basic principles of acting. Skills practiced include physical and vocal behavior/actions, basic movement, voice and speech work, improvisation, and personalization of characters. 

The instructors will work with students to identify strengths and challenges in their singing voice, provide vocal coaching, and develop singing techniques. Through this process, songs will be chosen to highlight the students’ abilities.

In this dance and choreography workshop, students will learn the steps and techniques of Broadway dancers! They will integrate character work with stylized dances to create a dancing scene. Strength, flexibility, coordination, and musicality will be honed in on in order to create intricate choreography for our musical numbers. Dancers will use teamwork and communication skills to collaborate with one another and their choreographers to compose a production style number!

Sample Schedule:

  • 9:00am = Arrival and short physical warmup
  • 9:20am = Music rehearsal
  • 10:45am = Snack
  • 11:00am - 12:15pm = Acting (staging) and character development
  • 12:15pm - 12:45pm = Lunch
  • 12:45pm - 2:15pm = Choreography and dance rehearsal
  • 2:15pm - 3:00pm = Daily wrap-up and cleaning session
  • 3:00pm = Dismissal

Key Details

Program Dates and Tuition

  • Program is open to girls entering grades 6 - 9 (Fall 2024). (Current 5 - 8 graders.)
  • Program is in session from June 17 - June 28, 2024 (No camp on Wednesday, June 19 in observance of Juneteenth)
    • Week 1: June 17 - June 21, 2024
    • Week 2: June 24 - June 28, 2024
  • 1 week and 2 week sessions are available
    • Week 1 = $935
    • Week 2 = $1,200
    • Both weeks = $1,970

Schedule and Hours

  • The program takes place in the theater at 1 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128.
  • Hours are:
    • Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
    • Friday: 9:00 - 12:00 pm with workshop performances to follow 


  • Registration will open on Monday, February 12, 2024.
  • During registration, you will be asked to complete an online health form. Before the program begins, all participants must have an up to date immunization form on file with the health office.

Additional Information

  • Each should plan to bring the following items each day:
    • Nut-free lunch
    • Water bottle
    • Sneakers unless otherwise informed
  • Students are provided with one snack daily.
  • All students will rehearse together.
  • For more information, please email or call 212-722-4745 x215.








Allyn Rathus
Ms. Rathus, Middle and Upper School Drama and Public Speaking Teacher, is the Broadway Junior on 91st Street coordinator. A graduate from Tisch School of the Arts and Steinhardt at New York University, she has spent two decades producing theatre in NYC. Ms. Rathus is in her fourth year at SH 91st Street and can handle all of your pre-camp questions.


Ethan Wagner
Mr. Wagner, Middle School Music Teacher, will provide vocal coaching and musical direction. He has taught in his current position at Sacred Heart since 2015, and loves collaborating with his performing arts colleagues!


Christine DeLuca
Ms. DeLuca is in her seventh year as the dance specialist at Sacred Heart. She recently co-choreographed the Middle School production of Disney’s Descendants and is excited to be working with the performing arts team once again! She loves not only choreographing new dances but also using the student’s creativity to generate innovative and exciting new works.


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