D2GB Camp 2017

10th Annual D2GB Children’s Performing Arts Camp!
Applications are NOW open for Our D2GB Children’s Performing Arts Camp

D2GB Children’s Performing Arts Camp
is a free, week-long camp where professional artists from the Broadway and Latino communities lend their talent and time to teach dance, singing, clowning, puppeteering, and acting to over 150 children ages 7-17.

Dates, Times and Location:
  • Date: Monday July 31st through Friday August 4, 2017
  • Time: 9:30am to 3:30pm each day
  • You will receive information upon acceptance to the program.
Camp Pledge

Dare to Go Beyond by taking risks, accepting challenges and pushing past limits that would keep me from trying my best.

to pursuing my own goals and understanding that my success is measured by challenging and competing only with myself.

Respect those who have committed time and talent to teaching me, to the learning process and my peers by arriving early, listening and being considerate of others time and space.

Believe that “I can” and to understand that mistakes happen and are necessary to help us learn.

Support myself as well as others by working together with my group and learning from those around me.


Deadline: Friday June 15, 2017.

We receive hundreds of applications from parents, schools, cultural organizations and other groups. You must apply online, students will be selected based on the applications and the space available.

Take a look at the 2016 Camp Experience
2017 Thme: Together Possibilities Are Endless

Participants will learn these important life principles while being empowered through the arts:

  • Respect
  • Teamwork
  • Commitment
  • Leadership
  • Self-awareness
Additional Information

Class Schedule: You will receive a copy the first day of the camp.

What to bring: Application Form and Photo Release signed by parents.

What to wear: Comfortable clothing to move, dance, and play.

Lunch: RL will be providing lunches during the week (please let us know if your child has any Special Dietary Needs)



This program is supported by
The Herman Goldman Foundation.

Contact: Carla Rodriguez
Program Coordinator