Disney's Moana Junior will run IN PERSON from July 5 - July 23 in accordance with guidelines from the CDC, local authorities and healthcare professionals! We will produce this camp musical with safety modifications to ensure the health of our students, faculty and community.



Rehearse and perform a safely distanced version of Disney's Moana with music written by Broadway's Lin Manuel Miranda!

Gain experience auditioning and practicing musical theater techniques in daily acting, singing and dance classes.

Get the chance to be part of a fully-produced live musical. (Audience will depend on COVID guidelines, but the production will be filmed as if an audience was there.)

We will practice social distancing, daily temperature checks, hand washing in between activities as well as other precautions to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

Socialize and collaborate with like minded, creative kids and tweens.

Should the COVID climate allow it, we will have an audience viewing of the production on the last evening of camp. Please note there will be limited seating.

There will only be 25 slots available.

Dates and Details


Monday July 5 - Monday July 23


Ages 6 – 12


Moana Junior


9:00 – 1:30


BMA’s Studios

1935 Black Rock Turnpike Fairfield, CT



Camp Requirements:

Comfortable clothes for movement and sneakers
• Signed Consent Form
• Packed lunch, snack and water bottle each day
• Three ring binder, highlighter, pens and pencils





9:00-9:15 (15 min)

Front Check-In/Large Studio

Check In/Circle

9:15- 9:45 (15 min)

Large Studio

Dance (Group 2)

9:45-10:15 (30 min)

Dance Studio

Acting (Group 1)

10:15 -10:45 (30 min)

Large Studio


10:45-11:15 (30 min)

Large Studio

Dance (Group 1)

10:45-11:15 (30 min)

Dance Studio

Acting (Group 2)

11:15-11:45 (30 min)

Large Studio

Rehearsal Block I

11:45-12:15 (30 min)

Large Dance Studio

Lunch/ Structured Social Time

12:15-1:20 (60 min)

Large Studio

Rehearsal Block II

1:20-1:30 (30 min)

Front Check Out


Through our camp program, our goal is to ignite a creative spark in young performers as well as provide artistic challenges for preteens who are looking to take their performance to the next level.

-Natalie Biebel (Director of Education)