You will thrive at Baker through a wide range of productions from Shakespeare to children’s shows, learning from faculty with professional experience.
By your graduation, you will have the opportunity to design, manage and direct productions.
Complementing classwork and theatre productions, internships are vital and can help you choose a career.
Our students prepare for careers including theatre education, creative dramatics, children’s theatre and experimental and alternative theatre forms.
Broadway at Baker
The Most Exciting Week of Your Summer
Join talented high school students from around Kansas City for seven days of hard work, fun and excitement as you help bring a Broadway musical to the Baker University stage. Broadway at Baker is a partnership between the University and Music Theatre for Young People.
Intense Instruction in All Aspects of Musical Theatre Production
Each day brings hours of top-quality training in vocal music, dance and drama by Baker University faculty members, musical theatre veterans, and director Cary Danielson-Pandzik. The talented group will share its expertise as you create a first-class production. You will work with some of the most talented young people in the area and form lasting friendships.
Broadway at Baker is open to students 13 to 18 years old. Each camp is limited to 55 students.
The 2014 shows will be announced in January.
Baker University is located in Baldwin City, Kan., 40 miles southwest of Kansas City and 50 miles southeast of Topeka.
Tuition is $550 with a deposit of $150 required to hold your place. The fee includes:
The tuition balance is due on or before camp registration. A discount of $90 is available for senior campers attending both camps.
A separate key/room/meal-card/script deposit check of $50 is required at check-in. The deposit must be paid by check and will be refunded at camp checkout, unless the key or meal card is lost, room damage has occurred, or the script is not returned. Late returns of keys or scripts will not be accepted.
Please register by June 1, 2014. Deposits are refundable through June 15.
You may also print a registration form and mail it to the address below.
Please submit deposit and copy of insurance card to:Baker University Music Department
Attn: Broadway at Baker
PO Box 65
Baldwin City, KS 66006-0065
Baker University is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. To provide accessible programming and housing to participants with disabilities, those who require accommodations should call 785.594.8478. Provide full name and the nature of the accommodations needed.