Summer Camp 2020 FAQ
Our campers are ages 8-18. For classes, we split into groups to provide training at the appropriate levels. There are only a limited number of kids accepted into our summer program to encourage one-on-one attention.
Where is Camp Held?
Our location for classes & final performance is at The Players Theater (115 MacDougal Street) in the West Village. The Players Theatre is conveniently located near several subways: take the A, B, C, D, E, F or M trains to West 4th Street.
When is Camp Drop Off and Pick Up?
Campers can be dropped off no earlier than 8:00am. Pick up must be no later than 4:00pm. If you require later pick up, it can be arranged with prior notice.
How Much is Camp and What Dates?
Our program begins Monday July 6th and runs through July 25th, 9am-3:30pm. Performances are on Friday July 24th at 7pm and Saturday July 25th at 2pm at The Players Theatre. Cost of the camp is only $900!
What Food do we Provide?
Campers are expected to bring their own lunch and snacks, including water bottles. Imagine Works does not supply any food. The theatre office does have snacks and water available for purchase.
What is your Camper to Staff Ratio?
Groups consist of an average of 10 kids to 1 instructor. For rehearsals, this becomes 25:3.
What is a Typical Day at Camp?
Group #1 Schedule:
Rehearsal for final performance
Do you have a wait-list?
In the event camp registration fills up before you register, please call or email Imagine Works to be placed on our wait-list. If a camper drops out before camp begins, people on the wait-list will be contacted in the order they were placed on the list.
What are you doing for Corona Virus protection?
1. We are small. We are only accepting between 20-25 campers in our entire program. We also only have 4-5 staff members. Campers and staff will not be exposed to as many people as they would in a much larger camp. We also split our campers into small groups of 10-12 for classes which also limits exposure.
2. Health and safety are our top priority. We will continue efforts to keep our students safe by providing hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes at all times. We will be cleaning all door handles, light switches, props and materials several times a day to be sure our campers stay healthy. Campers may be required to wear face masks, as well. We also have air purifiers for our rehearsal spaces that have been proven to suck up the virus and make the air safer.
3. Flexible payment plans. We know that times have been financially hard for many parents/guardians. We want to make it easy to create a flexible, stress-free payment plan for you so that your child can enjoy camp. Contact us if you would like create an individualized payment schedule for the summer.