Next Stop Broadway’s Summer Camp is held at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts.
By Ryan Yousefi
Next Stop Broadway, the leading training center for aspiring performers in South Florida, has opened registration for its upcoming Summer Camp.
Celebrating over two decades of performing arts education, Next Stop Broadway plans to offer once again a summer filled with acting, singing, dancing, and the chance to star in a live musical production.
This year’s camp is divided into two main programs catering to different age groups: the Youth Camp for Grades 1 through 8 and the Teen Theatre Project for high school students. Each program is designed this year to provide participants with a comprehensive performing arts education.
The Youth Camp offers students an engaging curriculum that includes preparing for and performing in one of three session musicals: “Aladdin,” “Finding Nemo,” and “Annie.”
Campers will also enjoy activities such as Spirit Rallies, Dress-Up Days, and Talent Shows.
Sessions run from June 11 through August 9, with tuition priced at $900 per session.
For teenagers aiming for a more intensive experience, the Teen Theatre Project offers a pre-professional environment where participants can dive deep into the theatre world.
This year, teens will work on “Mary Poppins,” going through the entire production process from auditions to performing on stage. The project runs from July 1 to August 2, with a tuition fee of $1,300.
Additionally, Next Stop Broadway introduces the Teen Tech Project for those interested in the technical aspects of theatre production, from lighting and sound to set design and puppeteering.
Next Stop Broadway has become a pipeline to the performing arts scene, with several alumni leading successful careers on Broadway, Netflix, and Las Vegas stages.
Registration is now open, with an early bird special allowing parents to reserve a spot for their child with just a $99 down payment and receive a 10% discount on multi-camper registrations.
More information about the camp, including detailed schedules and tuition costs, is available here.
- Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiple outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.
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