Frequently Asked Questions
How do I enroll for the Summer Program?
ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER 2024 COMING SOON!
Click on the Enrollment Button on this page that will take you to a Google Form that you fill out to register. Once registered, you will receive an email from The Kipling School with an invoice that you can pay online or by check. Enrollment is limited and at a first-come, first-served basis. Your spot is not fully secure until full payment is received.
How long is the program?
Each summer intensive will consist of full day programming, Monday - Friday. The program hours are from 9:00am- 3:30pm with free childcare from 7:30am-6:00pm. Each intensive concludes with a full scale musical production that will be after program hours at 6:30pm.
What will my student learn?
Your student will be taught the basics of musical theatre by the best of the best. Our instructors are Broadway Directors, New York Producers, Industry Professionals, etc. Students will begin their day with masterclasses on many topics including: Acting Technique, Vocal Performance, Scene Study, Jazz, Ballet, Set Design, Theatrical Makeup and more! The second half of the day will be rehearsal for the ending production.
What will my student eat?
Lunch and Snacks are provided everyday. Accommodations are available for those students will food allergies. Your student may bring their lunch if they prefer. Students are required to bring their own water bottle.
What if I am out of town for part of the session?
We know the summer is full of fun plans and vacations. Students may enroll even if they will miss part of the session. All students will be incorporated into the show! However, absences over 3 days will be considered when casting the production, so students can feel as prepared as possible before performing.
What role will my student get?
Your student will audition the first week of the camp for their sessions show. No roles will be cast prior.
Will all grade levels be together?
Our program will be divided into 2-3 classes based on grade level and enrollment size.