D2GB Camp 2020

A Diverse & United Virtual Summer Camp!

Applications are Now Open!

For the first time in 13 years, we have the opportunity to extend The Dare to Go Beyond Children’s Performing Arts summer camp to 2 FREE weeks. Due to the challenges and new opportunities we are currently facing, the program will be a virtual experience from home. Children will have the chance to sing, dance, act, write, and create from their homes, while connecting with teachers and professional artists from the Broadway and Latin communities.

We have an opportunity to reach kids from all over the Americas and unite children from different backgrounds. A Diverse and United camp means that we are joining forces to connect children and provide them with a platform to share their unique voice and unite their voices.

Dates & Additional  Info

July 6th – July 17th, 2020 (Monday through Friday)
Time: 9:45am to  2pm 

Day Schedule
9:45am – Morning Meeting
10am – Class #1
11am – Class #2
12pm – 12:45pm Lunch @ Home
12:45pm – 2pm – Class #3
2pm – End of the Day

A Diverse Team of Artists

Things to Know

  • Camp Ages: 7yrs-17yrs. Campers will be divided by age groups.
  • Children must attend ALL days and classes and commit to the 2-week program.
  • You must have access to the internet and a device such as a computer, tablet, or phone.
  • All classes will take place on the Zoom platform.
  • This program will be primarily in English with support and translations for Spanish speakers.


Deadline: Thursday, June 25th

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 2019 Camp Experience
Please know this year’s camp is a VIRTUAL Experience

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

  • Respect
  • Teamwork
  • Commitment
  • Leadership
  • Self-awareness
Camp Pledge

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

Commit 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.

This program is supported by The Herman Goldman Foundation.

Contact: Carla Rodriguez
Program Coordinator