Summer Camp 2020

  

 

UPDATE: Our first three weeks of summer camp (June 8th-26th) will be held online. Camps taking place between June 29th and August 7th are still scheduled to be in-person camps. Given the uncertain circumstances regarding social distancing in San Francisco this summer, there is a chance that these too will become online camps. All updates regarding these camps will be posted here.

 

Join us for online summer camp in June!

 

LBMP’s musical theater summer camps promote appreciation of music, dance, and performance while maintaining an atmosphere of fun. Our online version of camp will take place on Zoom and will include singing, dancing, and acting activities geared specifically for this online setting. Class will be led by Linda and one additional music instructor. Each week will consist of a 90-minute Zoom class for five days in a row. All children ages 5-12 are welcome to join.

 

In June 2020, we are offering 3 weeks of online summer camp–each one with a different theme! Register for each week separately and join us for as many weeks as you’d like. 

 

Week 1

June 8-12

Mermaid Summer

Week 2

June 15-19

Ice Cold Summer

Week 3

June 22-26

Popp Ins Summer

 

 


 

 

 

Each week, daily Zoom classes will take place Monday through Friday, 10:00-11:30am. 

 

Cost: $110 per family per week.*

 

 

*There is no additional cost for siblings!

If you are enrolling siblings, please complete the registration process for one of your children (it asks for name, age, etc.). Then, send us an email (info@LindaBulgosMusicalProductions.com) with the names and ages of any additional siblings who will be participating.

 

Please note: when you register for camp, you will be asked to make a nonrefundable $100 deposit. Your remaining tuition ($10) will be due by the day before camp starts. To keep things simple for you, we recommend paying the full $110 right now. You will not receive the Zoom link until you pay the full $110 amount, and we don’t want you to forget to do this at a later date.

 

What to expect from online summer camp:

  • During camp, your child will be singing and dancing to music, so make sure they are set up in a place where it’s ok for them to sing out loud and have the volume all the way up on their device.
  • Find a space where your child has some room to move around. We understand that everyone’s living space is unique, and this might mean something different for everyone. Just make sure there aren’t any fragile objects or sharp corners nearby
  • Download the Zoom.us app and create a login ahead of time.
  • We recommend using Zoom on a laptop or iPad for these classes, to allow your child to see the teacher on a larger screen. But phones will also work! 
  • Whatever device you decide to use, try to find a setup that allows for most of your child’s body to be seen by the camera. We will be able to provide better movement instruction if your child’s full body (or most of it) is visible on the screen.
  • We recommend adult supervision while your child first logs into class. Once class begins, adult supervision will no longer be needed. Though if you’d like to be in the same room as your child and observe class, you’re welcome to.
  • Normally we request that students wear jazz shoes during our musical theater camps, but for online camp, wear whatever is most comfortable on your feet. If you’re on a slippery floor, we recommend bare feet or any shoes that will prevent you from slipping.

 

As we debut our online summer camp program this year, we realize you may have some unanswered questions. Always feel free to contact us at info@LindaBulgosMusicalProductions.com

 

 


 

Join us for in-person camps later in the summer!

 

Given the uncertain circumstances regarding social distancing in San Francisco this summer, there is a chance that these camps will also become online camps. If you have enrolled in our in-person camps and we have to change them to an online setting, you will be offered a full refund if you decide not to participate. 

 

LBMP’s summer camps promote appreciation of music, dance, and performance while maintaining an atmosphere of fun. Though challenging, our class schedule includes time for rest and play. Each day includes singing, dancing, acting, crafts, outdoor activities, and more. Each week culminates in a performance by all students for family and friends. Instruction is led by Linda and additional dance and music teachers who have dedicated their lives to the performing arts.

Camp runs 9:00am-3:00pm daily. (Camper drop off can begin at 8:45am.) Aftercare from 3:00 to 6:00pm is available for an additional cost. On the final day of each week, the students put on a show that begins at 2:30, and family and friends are invited to join us at this time.

 

Classes are held aSt. Finn Barr School: 415 Edna Street, San Francisco, CA 94112

 

All children ages 5-12 are welcome to join! 
Children may be in separate groups for some activities according to age.

 

LBMP is planning six weeks of in-person camp, each with a different theme:

 

Week 4 

 June 29-July 3

Beauty Summer

Week 5

July 6-10

Wonderland Summer

Week 6

July 13-17

Sounds of Music Summer

Week 7

July 20-24

Best of Broadway Summer

Week 8

July 27-31

Oz-some Summer

Week 9

August 3-7

Magic Carpet Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Register for each week separately and join us for as many as you’d like!

 

Cost: $425 per week

Aftercare is available Monday-Thursday 3:00-6:00pm for an additional $180 per week, or $45 per day.

 

 

     

     

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Testimonials:

"My granddaughters attended your camp 2 weeks ago and were part of your Peter Pan production. I have to tell you how much their parents and I enjoyed the production. All the children were delightful, and we were amazed that you were able to teach them so much in just 5 days." 
- Grandmother

"Cora was absolutely glowing when she came home yesterday and promptly sang me the goat herder song. Thanks so much for providing this experience for our children."
- A Happy Mom

"You know, I love what you're doing with the kids and just really see how great it makes them feel to be up there on stage and wish more parents would take their kids to the theater, especially to see other kids their age perform, it is inspiring. I think it is all just such a great experience all around on so many levels. I also love that you always have live musicians, make the costumes and the sets. It is so different from the "canned" experiences most kids have today of store-bought Halloween, Disney, etc. I would really like to see you keep doing what you do and thus want to support it!"
- Judy, a satisfied Mother