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July 6 - July 25

*Summer Company 2020 details will be posted in January 2020. In the meantime, please join us this fall! View our fall classes here.

 

 
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Our Fine Arts camp will give your little one professional instruction in theatre, music, dance and art. Our emphasis is a comprehensive introduction to the fine arts in a fun, creative environment. The camp culminates with a full production of theatre, song and dance.

Ages 4 - Kindergarten

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1st & 2nd grade

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The Wizard of Oz - Fine Arts Camp 2019

The Wizard of Oz - Fine Arts Camp 2019

musical theatre camp for kids - Scottsdale 2019

Taught by Lindsey and Michael Calvoni, this 3-week intensive summer camp immerses students in a hands on musical theatre experience. From auditioning, learning the material, staging the show, and incorporating props, lights and costumes, the entire process happens in only 12 rehearsals. The production is managed entirely by the students without any help from instructors or parents! It's a truly remarkable experience for the students, and they feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment in producing multiple shows in such a short period of time. 

3rd - 7th grade

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8th - 12th grade

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Musical Theatre Camp - Summer Company 2019

Musical Theatre Camp - Summer Company 2019

 

*Extended Camp

Our extended camp is designed to help out working parents who are in need of more care or for students who "just can't get enough"! This opportunity will include supervised extended camp with games, crafts, rest time, movies, stories, and more!

Fine Arts Extended camp (Ages 4 - 2nd grade)

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Musical Theatre Extended camp (3rd - 7th grade)

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Summer Company 2020 opens February 2020.

We hope you can join us next year!


Summer Company Philosophy

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” - Summer Company 2019

When you see a Summer Company show, you'll notice that it's a bit of a challenge to follow the lead characters, as the faces keep changing. We are very proud of this little quirk as it sets Do Re Mi School of the Arts apart from every other children's theatre company in town. We believe that theatre can and should be a character building, learning experience, as well as fun and rewarding. We also believe that participating in the arts builds confidence and self-esteem. We do this by double- and even triple-casting the leads. Casting is based on a variety of factors including age, work ethic, talent, and dedication. Our youngest members often start as chorus members and work their way up to speaking parts. This teaches our students that no matter your talent, everyone must pay their dues. We teach our students that it's not about what role you get or how many lines you may have; that theatre, just like any team sport, is about everyone working together to achieve the same goal. If you can make a starring role out of being in the chorus, you will have what it takes to succeed in theatre, and more importantly, in life. Over the years, we have found that the students understand and appreciate the fairness of our philosophy. We have also found that our parents appreciate the valuable lessons their children learn while in our program. The end result is a fabulous production put on by a TEAM of talented performers.


What our students and parents say about Summer Company...

Summer Company has not just been a part of my and my children’s lives, but an extension of our lives. My three children have learned teamwork, poise, and most importantly self respect. They have formed friendships that will truly last a lifetime.
— Beth O. (Parent)
Some of my favorite memories are from being in Summer Company.
— Shay R. (Do Re Mi Alum)
The highlight of our summer! Thank you Michael and Lindsey!
— Cassie H. (Parent)
What I loved most about Summer Company is the professionalism, the incorporation of other activities into the camp, and the way Michael and Lindsey trust us to learn our lines and music.
— Peter B. (Student, age 15)
I really liked doing hip hop, singing and playing with my friends.
— Willow C. (Student, age 5)
What I loved about Summer Company was the dedication to success while still having fun and enjoying the three weeks here.
— Matthew D. (Student, age 15)
I loved how accepting everyone is, how kind is everyone is and how they would never judge you for being yourself. I also loved how many amazing human beings I met and how much fun I had with the role. I’ve never had so much fun in my life.
— Cecilia H. (Student, age 14)
I loved that we played games and bonded over everything. It was a fun play and we had so much fun. I loved it all so much.
— Elliott C. (Student, age 13)
What I loved about Summer Company was the friendships that I made and of course Lindsey and Michael, and crying about leaving. It was perfect.
— Kelsey C. (Student, age 14)

We hope you will join us for Summer Company 2020.