Where and when do I see my child shine on stage?
Performances will be held at Fairfield University’s Quick Center! Please see the details for each camp session for dates and times.
What do I need to purchase for my child’s costume?
We will provide most costume pieces! However, we sometimes will ask for things such as shoes or pants to be brought from home for campers to perform in. These items are usually things that most [...]
What if my child doesn’t get a lead role?
We pride ourselves on ensuring that every role feels like an important one to every camper. All campers will get the chance to develop their characters and create their own background stories in [...]
How is each show cast?
The shows are cast based on auditions that are conducted during the first week of camp as well as voice, dance, and acting class behavior/performance. Every camper is granted an audition where we [...]
Is this a good camp for children with developmental disorders or physical disabilities?
While we intend for this camp to be as inclusive as it can, the singing, acting, and dancing classes and performances involve both physical and developmental demands that may be hard for some [...]
What about my child’s medical conditions?
We ask you to provide us with all crucial information regarding your child’s medical conditions when completing registration. In the event of injury, our staff will provide first aid. In an [...]
What about my child’s allergy?
If your child has an allergy, please let us know of it before our session begins. The camp is nut free – but not allergy-free unless we are told of a camper’s allergy ahead of time, and in that [...]
What should my child bring to camp?
Everyday campers should arrive with a snack and lunch with an ice pack, a refillable water bottle, comfortable clothing, and a smile! We ask that no children come to camp dressed in flip flops or [...]
What if I need to contact someone during camp hours?
The best way to reach us during camp hours is to call (203) 610-5882.