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From nurturing curiosity and just having fun to training talented young people who aspire to performing arts careers, our Summer Programs include world-renowned instructors and faculty comprised of Broadway professionals. For information, please call the Kravis Center Education Department at 561.651.4251. All sessions are held in the Cohen Pavilion.


ArtsCamp Kids on Stage
June 3-21

This innovative and exciting summer camp adventure offers an intensive performing arts approach that focuses on dramatic composition and performance for students ages 9-11. Under the guidance of seven teaching artists, campers will explore acting, dance, technical theater and vocal music, which will culminate in an original showcase performance. For campers with a keen interest in the performing arts, this curriculum provides an opportunity to expand their skills and learn new technical and performance skills.Classes are from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday (Extended care is available)

Sponsored by Rita and Charles Bronfman

With support from
Jane Beasley
Rick and Rosemary Johnston
George T. and Ruth C. Laboda Charitable Foundation

The Broadway Artists Intensive Junior Program
June 24-28

The Broadway Artists Intensive (TBAI) Junior is a one-week introductory session for ages 9-13 based on The Broadway Artists Intensive three-week program. TBAI Junior students train with the same professional Broadway faculty as the more demanding, by audition only, three-week program. Students study all areas of the performing arts, with daily classes from 9 am to 4 pm in ballet, jazz, tap, vocal technique, acting and improvisation. No audition is required. For information, see the TBAI Junior video and visit

The Broadway Artists Intensive
July 8-27

This by audition only musical theater training program is for talented students ages 14 to 21. The faculty is comprised entirely of Broadway professionals from New York, offering the experience of more than 100 major musical productions. During the three-week summer program, students are immersed in the three major areas of the performing arts: acting, voice and dance. Curriculum includes acting, vocal technique, vocal repertoire, ballet, jazz, theater, dance, tap, audition technique and improvisation. For information, see the TBAI video and visit