SUMMER NYC 2022 – F.A.Q
Will Summer 2022 programs go on as planned?
We currently are planning two sessions of The VOCAL intensive, one session of our JUNIOR EXCEL program and two sessions of The EXCEL TEEN INTENSIVE for summer 2022 in New York City.
Do I need to have a COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination to participate in a summer intensives?
Each student will need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test (rapid or PCR) within 2 days of the start of the program.
What If I am feeling ill or I have been exposed to COVID-19 before the start of the in-person program I am registered for?
If you’re feeling ill or have had exposure to COVID-19, you cannot attend the intensive. Any student who is not able to attend due to sickness will receive a full credit to be used for a future Broadway Workshop program. If last minute cancellation is due to COVID-19 or exposure you will need to supply a positive test result.
If I am traveling from out of the US to attend Broadway Workshop, do I need to quarantine before the start of the in-person programs?
We will be following all NYC guidelines on quarantining. As of 11/22/21 students will not need to quarantine upon arrival in NYC. Please check HERE for updates.
How will you keep students safe for Summer 2022 in-person programs?
The safety of our students and faculty is of utmost importance to us. When you arrive at the start of each day there will be a no-contact temperature check as students enter the building. Anyone demonstrating a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be permitted to enter the facility. Our in-studio mask rules will be updated as we get closer to summer months. Students will break into smaller groups for classes and workshops and only come together for special experiences. Students will be in large studios at Ripley Grier to allow for distancing. Lunch breaks will take place in smaller class groups. We will continue to update these polices as we move closer to our summer 2022 start dates.
Will you be offering the CMTF program for summer 2022?
Unfortunately due to COVID-19 theater rentals are extremely limited and we are not able to present our festival program for summer 2022. We plan to return with CMTF in summer 2023.
What is the official cancellation policy for Summer 2022?
A non-refundable deposit (50% of the program fee) is required to reserve a space in any summer camp or Intensive program. You will be notified by e-mail when the balance is due (online payment, check or money order accepted). If a student must withdraw from a summer program, there are no refunds or credits of any kind for deposit payments. There are NO refunds on full payments after the full payment due date for each program. If a student pays in full at the time of registration and must withdraw before the final payment due date, we will refund you the remainder payment only (50% percent of the total program fee). Students who must cancel due to COVID-19 related illness will have the option to move to an alternate summer program or will receive a full credit to be used for any Broadway Workshop program.
Do I need to audition for Broadway Workshop’s Summer programs or is it Open Enrollment?
For summer 2022, no audition will be required for Broadway Workshop intensives.
Why doesn’t Broadway Workshop require an audition for summer programs?
We feel our job as an educational institution is to bring out what is special about each student and give them the opportunity to be challenged from an individual performer perspective. Our students range from student actors who are just starting out and students who have been in multiple Broadway shows. We know every student will feel challenged in our summer intensives and camps! Also, by not having live and online auditions for each program, we are able to offer our summer intensives at a lower cost. We know it feels exciting to get accepted into a program but we can assure you that our students are incredible and each student will feel challenged in our programs. We do require that students have a background in performance in either school or professional theater and are ready for taking the next step in their training for our non-audition summer intensives. Students will need to come to these programs with musical and acting material that they are ready to perform. These programs are not created for students who have NO experience in performance.
How do I know if my child is ready for a Broadway Workshop Summer program?
Our summer programs are definitely for students with an elevated interested in performing. Students in our intensive programs will be performing in front of their peers and receiving constructive feedback about their performances from major Broadway stars and industry professionals. If your child comes prepared with the requirements for the program and is not afraid of working through their material in front of their peers, teachers and industry we think they will have an exciting and enriching experience at Broadway Workshop.
What kind of students attend Broadway Workshop Summer programs?
At Broadway Workshop we have a wide variety of students from all different levels and from all around the United States. All of our students are coming from different levels in their training and we know everyone has so much to learn from each other. While the majority of students are from all around the tri-state area, there are a good deal of students coming from other states and even other countries! At the end of the week, we know your child will have made some lifelong friendships and industry connections!
Where do the programs take place?
Our in-person programs will take place at RIPLEY GRIER STUDIOS located at 305 west 38th St. (Just off 8th Ave).
How does payment work for Broadway Workshop Summer programs?
In order to register a student for one of Broadway Workshop’s Summer Intensives, you must check out by paying half of the tuition with a 50% Deposit. The remaining 50% of the tuition will be charged automatically, roughly one month before the start date of each program. If you are registering for a program after the final payment date, full payment will be required when registering. We can also set up a payment plan that works best for your family. Please email us directly (email@example.com) to set up a payment plan or if you have questions about tuition.
Are scholarships available for students who require financial aid?
Full and partial scholarships are available for students who qualify though Project Broadway. Students must fill out an application HERE and wait for approval from Project Broadway staff. Project Broadway requires basic financial information, a needs statement and a supplemental video materiel when possible.
What is Broadway Workshop’s Cancellation Policy regarding Summer programs?
Check the Policy’s listed and updated on our Policy Page of our website.
Are the age restrictions on Broadway Workshop’s Summer programs flexible?
Unfortunately, we are not able to make exceptions regarding a student’s age. Over the last 14 years, we have worked hard to tailor our programs and hire the best possible teachers for each specific age group and we hope that you understand why we must have these restrictions in place. We also feel that students work best when they are surrounded by students in their age group.
What is the difference between the Broadway Vocal Intensive and the EXCEL Teen Intensive?
The major difference between these two program is that in our EXCEL Teen Intensive, students are able to choose a “Major”. In the EXCEL Teen Intensive students choose between being a “Vocal Major” or “Acting Major” which determines whether they will focus primarily on their monologues or their vocal selections in preparation of the Final Showcase on Friday. Students in the Broadway Vocal Intensive work primarily on a vocal selection in preparation of their Final Showcase. Both the Vocal Intensive and the EXCEL Teen Intensive programs allow students the opportunity to develop their vocal, acting, and dance skills in a variety of classes throughout the week.
Are lunches provided at Broadway Workshop or are we required to bring our own lunch when we are doing an in person program?
Broadway Workshop does not offer lunch during our programs. We ask that each student come with a lunch packed and ready to go each day! If parents would prefer to drop off a lunch for their child, someone will always be available in our Main/Check-In Room. We will have a variety of snacks on hand throughout the day for students between classes, but suggest making sure they have a water bottle each day.
How does Broadway Workshop handle food allergies?
Broadway Workshop is peanut/tree nut free zone! We ask that all students taking part in our programs do not bring snacks or lunch with peanuts or tree nuts in them (this includes peanut butter). Any snacks provided by Broadway Workshop will be completely peanut and tree nut free! If you have another food related allergy, please let us know any and all details promptly. Students with an Epinephrine pen can choose between carrying their pen throughout the day or keeping it with a Broadway Workshop staff member in the event of an emergency.
How does Check-In and Check-Out work at Broadway Workshop Summer programs?
All students must check in and check out with our designated Broadway Workshop staff members. Students are under our supervision for the entirety of the day from Check-In to Check-Out. Parents are not required to be present during Check-In, however, in order for students to check out at the end of the day, a parent or guardian MUST be present. If you wish to allow your child to leave without a parent or guardian you must fill out a Check-Out Release Form. These forms are made available prior to the start of each program.
How many students are in each Broadway Workshop Summer program?
The total number of students differs from program to program, but ranges from 30-60. Regardless of how many students are in each program, we assure their are only 10-14 students per Master Class. While they may be with larger numbers of students for dance classes and specialized workshops, when students are working on their material for the final showcase, they will be with the same students and Broadway guest teacher each day.
Does my child get to see a Broadway show during the week?
For summer 2022, we will be offering a Broadway evening add-on during the program. We will not be seeing a Broadway show as part of actual schedule of classes. More info on Broadway group tickets will be available soon.
Are there are any discounts available for Broadway Workshop Summer programs?
We do offer a Sibling Discount of $50 for each sibling registered for the same program. This discount is automatically applied when you register two or more students in the same order.
Does Broadway Workshop provide housing or hotel accommodations for students during their Summer programs?
For summer 2022 we will not be offering hotel accommodations. We suggest using a travel website to book your hotel/lodging in advance. Many students stay in hotels in New Jersey or Queens for lower hotel rates. We suggest looking for hotels/lodging in the midtown/times square area for closest proximity to our studio on 38th St.
What is the Final Showcase and do we need tickets?
info for the in person final showcase will be announced soon.
What do students need to have prepared before attending a Broadway Workshop Summer program?
Each Summer program requires something a little different in preparation for the week! Camp NYC is the only program where students do not need to prepare anything. Below is the breakdown for each program:
- Broadway Vocal Intensive: 2 Musical Theatre song/Pop/Rock selections in the correct key cut down to 16/32 bars, multiple headshots and resumes for our industry guests, 1 monologue from a published play
- Junior EXCEL Intensive: 2 Musical Theatre song selections in the correct key, 1 monologue (from a monologue book or a play), multiple headshots and resumes for our industry guests
- EXCEL Teen Intensive: VOCAL MAJORS should have 2 musical theatre song selections and 1 contemporary monologue prepared for the EXCEL program, ACTING MAJORS should have 2 contemporary monologues and one musical theatre song prepared for the EXCEL program, ALL STUDENTS should have multiple headshots and resumes for our industry guests
When do Broadway Workshop Summer programs tend to sell out?
While there really is no way to determine when exactly our programs will sell out, most of programs will reach capacity about one month before they start. While we do suggest registering for our programs sooner rather than later, please keep in mind the 50% deposit needed to register is non-refundable and that you should have solidified travel plans and accommodations for your week.
If a Broadway Workshop Summer program is sold out and I am on the Wait list how and when will I know if a space opens up?
In the event that a space opens up in a sold out program, we will then contact the Wait list. As the program start date draws nearer, we understand most people on the Wait list will have had a change in plans or will not have enough to make travel plans. If and when contacted about an open spot, please be upfront about whether or not you are able to attend. We are not able to predict when and/or if a space will open up at any given time leading up to the program.
Are Broadway Workshop’s summer intensives for local New York area students only?
No! Broadway Workshop students who are part of our summer camps and intensives come from all over the United States. We even have students who attend each year from other countries including Italy, England, China and Japan.
If you have additional questions please contact our office at Info@broadwayworkshop.com or 212-262-2636