Imagination: Go as Far as You Can Dream
July 24-August 6, 2017
Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Pocono Mountains Performing Arts Camp! Everything you need to make this the best summer experience possible can be found below. But if you still have questions, please email email@example.com.
Forms to download:
Where will the camp be held?
Daily camp will be held at the Pocono Mountain East High School from 10am-6pm unless otherwise noted. Check-in is at 9:30 AM.
When is my application due?
Applications are due by July 1, 2017, but you can start applying today!
Who can apply for camp?
Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders will be accepted into the Arts Academy Program
Rising 9th-12th graders will be accepted into the Performing Artists Program
Rising college Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will be accepted into the College Intensive Program
How much is camp?
Registration for the Pocono Mountains Performing Arts Camp is $300. Tuition for camp is non-refundable.
How do I apply for a scholarship?
You can download our Scholarship Application here. Applications for scholarships are due no later than June 15, 2017.
What do I need to prepare for camp?
We are asking every student to memorize one monologue and one song before the beginning of camp.
What’s a monologue?
A monologue is a speech given by one person. We recommend that it be about one minute in length.
Where can I find a monologue?
You can find monologues in plays, books, movies, or even your favorite TV show. Don’t be afraid to use your imagination. We are looking for you to show us who you are and feel free to use the camp theme for inspiration. When you find a monologue that you like, memorize it and know who wrote the monologue and where it came from. Keep in mind that you don’t have to buy a monologue book. You can download many of these offline for free or make a copy of the monologue that you find in a book. If you have a movie or TV monologue you love, write it down! Here are some suggestions to get you started:
- Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume XII: 111 One Minute Monologues – Just Comedy
- Actor’s Choice: Monologues for Teens
- Ace Your Audition
- Daily Actor
- Free Drama
How long should my song be?
We suggest a solo song about 2 minutes in length. The song does not have to be from a musical. It can be a pop song, a classical piece, or any style that you feel comfortable singing. Get creative and don’t forget our imagination theme. What do you love to sing? What song do you love to sing in the shower or in the car? Is it on the radio or maybe from your favorite musical?
Do I need sheet music and where can I find it?
You will need to provide sheet music for the song you choose to prepare. Here are some books that may help you find a song:
- The Best Broadway Songs Ever (The Best Ever Series)
- The Singer’s Musical Theatre Anthology
- Contemporary Women of Pop and Rock
- Music Notes
- Online Sheet Music
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