July Broadway Boot Camp 2020

The Wonderful World of Riverside (Ages 7-13)

A new Disney themed virtual camp!

RTW Virtual Summer Camp



  • We are so excited to be able to offer a virtual camp experience! Our July camp will still run for three weeks, but will be offered as three separate virtual mini camps. Each week will center around a different Disney theme! With this set up, your student has the option for signing up for one, two or three weeks of camp. 



  • We will utilize the Zoom feature of  “break out groups”. The host of the zoom meeting will separate the meeting into “break out groups”, which means that the instructors will all be at the theater, but in different rooms and conducting classes/workshops on a rotating basis with groups of roughly 5. 

  • The smaller groups will allow more one on one attention.

  • “Break out groups” will be organized by age.


Daily Schedule:

  •  9:00 - 9:15am - Check in/Warm up/Game

  •  9:15 - 10:00am - First rotation of dance, music and acting classes

  • 10:00 - 10:30am - Snack & Craft project

  • 10:30 - 11:15am - Second rotation of dance, music and acting classes

  • 11:15 - 12:00pm - Third rotation of dance, music and acting classes

  • 12:00 - 12:30pm - Group activity

  • 12:30 - 1:00pm - Optional lunch/social hour


Weekly Themes:

Each week will center around a different Disney movie and show. We will focus our classes, workshops and activities around the weekly theme.


  • Week 1: July 6-10 - Moana 

  • Week 2: July 13- 17- The Little Mermaid 

  • Week 3: July 20-24 - Beauty and the Beast



Optional Meet & Greet:

  • We will put together bags of materials (sheet music, scenes, craft supplies) for parents to pick up and bring home.

  • On the Friday before camp, we will assign time slots for parents/families to come in and pick up supplies.

    • If you aren’t comfortable coming in person, we will be happy to ship the materials.

  • The first day of virtual camp, we will hold a meet and greet via zoom where all campers will introduce and say a little something about themselves. 


Class Rotations:



  • Warm up - isolations, stretching, conditioning.

  • We will talk about musical theater dance and creating a character. Storytelling - Connecting character and movement.

  • Learning combinations to music from the movie/show theme.



  • Will focus on learning musical vocabulary in a game like setting (tempo, dynamics, rhythm)

  • Will learn about the history of music from different cultures pertaining to these shows.

  • Coaching solos and a group number.



  • Learn to create characters through movement.

  • Theatre Vocabulary Games (Jeopardy, Power Point, Trivia)

  • Study Clips from the specific Disney film.

  • Work on scenes geared toward each Disney Movie we are focusing on.

  • Create character artwork (Drawing, Coloring, Collaging, etc.).

  • Small group improv games.

  • Create character background stories for major and minor characters. 


    Group Activities/Crafts:

  • Improv games 

  • Making a prop, constructing a costume.

  • Using the features in zoom to draw/create your own background for “set design”

  • Team Jeopardy/trivia games - testing the material learned in all the classes.


End of the Week Culmination/Presentation

  • Pre-recorded group numbers (song and dance)filmed throughout the week. 

  • Link to be sent to the parents on Thursday evening.


Friday Fun Day!

  • As traditionally done with camp - Friday will serve as a Friday Fun Day (Themed days: Color day, Pajama day, Crazy hat day).

  • We will have our traditional student talent show.

  • Improv/acting games.

  • Watch a portion of the movie/show we are learning about.