5th Annual D2GB Children’s Performing Arts Camp is BACK


July 16th to July 20th,2012

R.Evolución Latina’s D2GB Children’s Performing Arts Camp is an annual program that is offered to over 100 under served children ages 7-17 within the five boroughs of New York City. It is a free week-long camp where professional artists from the Broadway and Latino communities lend their talent and time to teach dance, singing, and acting to students who otherwise would not have access to the arts.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]This year we will Dare to Go Beyond using the theme of IMAGINATION to teach important life skills such as:

  • leadership
  • collaboration
  • commitment
  • respect
  • self-awareness
  • importance of a healthy living

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Date: Monday July 16th through Friday July 20th, 2012 Time: 9:30am to 3:15pm each day
Place: Pearl Studios (500 8th Ave between 35th and 36th)

You must be registered to attend.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]



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  • 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 with only 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.


Additional Information

• Class Schedule: You will receive a copy the first day of the camp.
• What to bring: application and release form signed by parents.
• What to wear: Comfortable clothing to move, dance and play
• Lunch: RL will be providing healthy lunches during the week (please let us know if your child has any Special Dietary Needs)
• See photos from last years camp here!

Our Teachers

Anika Larsen (Avenue Q), Antoine L. Smith (Memphis), Arielle Rosales (Juxtapole), Becky Baumwoll (Broken Box Mime Company), Carlos Gonzalez (Zapata!, In The Heights – 2nd Natl. Tour) Christina Black (In The Heights – 1st Natl. Tour), Danielle Pretsfelder (Nickelodeon), David Jenkins (Broken Box Mime Company) Derric Harris (Free Man of Color) Elasea Douglas (FELA), Elena Gutierrez (Mamma Mia), Elizabeth Lucas (Zapata!), Enrique Segura (Lion King), Grisel Pren Monje (Zapata!), James Harkness (Guys and Dolls, Dreamgirls), Jerome Harmann (Kiss of the Spiderwoman & Swing!), JonRua (Hands on A Hard Body, In the Heights), Jose Ortiz aka Dr. Drum (BombaYo), Kat Sherrell (In The Heights), Leslie Feliciano (Choreographer/ Teacher Broadway Dance Center) Michael Balderrama (Ghost, In The Heights), Luis Salgado, (Women on the Verge, In The Heights, Candela), Michelle Brugal (Lion King), Reza Salazar (See Girl Run, The Imperialists Are Still Alive!), Rickey Tripp (“SMASH”, In The Heights), Suni Reyes (Celia the Musical, La Barberia), Stephanie Klemons (Bring It On, In The Heights), Valeria Cossu (DC7- The Roberto Clemente Story, Candela)[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Contact: Carla Rodriguez
Program Coordinator


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