Mini-Stars: Gentle Separation Camp (Summer Session)
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Feeling like your Broadway Baby is ready for the next step this Summer but not quite ready for camp? Then this class is just for you! Broadway Mini-Stars uses the magic of musical theater to ease the transition from toddler to preschooler with a gentle separation approach that will have your little one saying “so long farewell” in no time. Developed by a professional performer turned child development specialist, Mini-Stars classes are taught by a team of professional teaching artists and include movement, music, Bubble Intermission, dramatic play, and process art explorations, all inspired by the Broadway show of the week. Best of all? Each semester culminates with an Open House for family and friends where Mini-Stars get to share everything they've been working on throughout the semester.
*Broadway Mini-Stars is a gentle separation experience so parents and caregivers will be allowed to stay until their child is comfortable separating. At that time, parents will be expected to stay onsite at Little Beans for the duration of class.
Outside shoes are not allowed on the mats at any time. Please bring a pair of socks for you and your child if you are not already wearing some.
Recordings and pictures of your child during class are encouraged. Feel free to share on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and tag us! (Facebook: @stageschicago Instagram & Twitter: @stageschi)
Stages Performing Arts and its teaching artists are not liable for any injuries sustained while a student is in class, or on the premises.
Due to growing allergy concerns, there is no food or drinks allowed “on the mats” at anytime during classes.
Stages Performing Arts reserves the right to film or photograph classes for teaching purposes and publicity. Please contact Emily Pinas at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not want your child’s image used on our website or for promotional purposes.
Please limit the use of cell phones during class. We understand that it’s incredibly hard to completely unplug in this day and age but if cell phone use becomes disruptive, individuals will be asked to step out into the hallway.