LBMP’s summer camps promote appreciation of the performing arts while maintaining an atmosphere of fun. Each day includes acting, singing, dancing, theater games, crafts, outdoor activities, and more. Instruction is led by Linda and additional instructors who have dedicated their lives to the performing arts.
In order to comply with San Francisco’s COVID-19 safety guidelines, students are required to sign up for summer camp in 3-week sessions. Each of the 3 weeks in one session will have a different theme, as indicated below.
Pre-COVID, each week of camp would have culminated in a live performance by all campers for their family and friends. This year, students will still work toward a performance each week, but safety restrictions prevent us from having live audiences. Instead, Linda will videotape the students performing and send that recording out to families after the fact.
When: Camp will run 9:00am-3:00pm Monday through Friday. (Camper drop off can begin at 8:45am.) Aftercare from 3:00 to 6:00pm is available for an additional cost.
Where: Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church (3201 Ulloa Street)
Cost: $1,200 per student
(A $300 nonrefundable deposit is due upon registration in order to reserve your spot.)
Aftercare is available Monday-Friday 3:00-6:00pm for an additional $45 per day. Please email us at info@LindaBulgosMusicalProductions if you would like to sign up for aftercare.
As per City guidelines, the following safety measures will be in place during our in-person camp:
“Wow the kids love this. Linda and her singing partner are wonderful!”
"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."
"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."
"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!"