Newman Summer Theater Conservatory

+ Perform in a Broadway Musical!

The Newman Summer Theater Conservatory is a four week program designed for rising 6th – 12th grade students.

On Broadway

During the program, students have daily classes in acting techniques, musical theater voice and musical theater dance, including tap, jazz, musical theater, and hip-hop. The program culminates with all students performing Disney’s "Peter Pan, Jr.” in the Henson Auditorium.

Valuable Experiences

We value each individual in the arts and strive to provide the necessary tools to be successful in the world of arts. We believe every student is an artist, and it is our mission to foster the artist within each child. Through exploration of the arts, students develop a broad and deep understanding of the world around them, greater intellectual development, and a well-rounded education.

We want all participants to make connections between arts and life.

The Arts

At Newman, we believe that the arts are a universal language that is essential to the development of the whole child. The arts develop creative thinking and self-expression. They strengthen self-confidence and heighten aesthetic awareness, sensitivity, and the ability to visualize through the creative process. The arts can inspire conversation, reflection, civility and self-esteem building among all students. The arts increase their understanding of themselves, while engaging them in developing an appreciation for the arts. The arts teach honesty, kindness compassion, respect, responsibility, and what it means to be human. (Plus — it's fun!)

Dates, Times & Fees

  • Camp Dates: June 1 – June 26
  • Camp Times: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Camp Fee: $1,222

*A deposit of $150 per child is required at the time of registration. Full payment is due by April 1, 2015.

Questions?

Contact Andrew Rodgers, interim Dean of the Arts at Isidore Newman School
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Important

Newman admits students without regard to physical handicap, race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin, or sexual orientation, to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students. It does not discriminate in the administration of educational policies, financial aid programs, athletic programs, or any other school-administered programs.