2019 Summer Semester is Here!!
Our 2019 summer camps, workshops, specialty classes, and lessons will be taught by Starlight staff and professionals from NYC and beyond who are experienced teaching artists with incredible knowledge, life lessons, and stories to share! Contact us for more information or to sign up today!!
**Registration and Payments must be made at least one week prior to the day of the Workshop**
Create your account and register for classes by clicking the button below OR by scrolling to the options at the bottom of this page.
Private lessons in Voice, Acting Piano, Guitar, Cello, Ukulele, Violin will be offered for the summer semester!
Select Mondays 9am-7pm or Tuesdays 9am-7pm
July 22nd-August 27th
Please contact the office to register for a package! We reccomend a 5 lesson package or a la carte for the summer semester!
Classes will be all levels ages 9 and up. Keep up your technique through the summer! We will try to offer different instructors and switch out jazz for other styles for the summer semester! The summer semester is a 6-week program!
Ages 9 and up!
Mondays (July 22nd, 29th,
August 5th, 12th, and 26th)
Check the schedule below for more details on class dates and times!
Drop-In or Class Cards only please!
Workshops and Intensives!
Starlight at Surflight Workshops
Workshops on LBI! Want to start your mornings early in Beach Haven and head to the beach after? In addition to our studio camps we will be teaching 4 sessions of themed musical theatre camps at the Surflight Theatre this summer from 8-10am Sunday-Saturday! Each camp concludes with a showcase on Saturday morning on the Surflight Stage! Contact Paula Sloan at Surflight to register!
On the mainland at Starlight PAC camps!
Theatre and Dance Camps for all ages!
Choose both MT and Dance for a discounted price of
$80 per 3 day camp 6 hours or less
$125 per 3 day camp of 9 hours
Or Choose the Musical Theatre or Dance portion for
$50 per 3 day camp at 3 hours or less
$70 per 3 day camp at 4.5 hours
MUSICAL THEATRE/DANCE CAMPS FOR ALL AGES
Choose Musical Theatre or Dance! Or choose both and make it a camp day! Students will explore Acting, Voice, and Movement in the musical theatre class through Broadway and Disney music. Each camp will have a different theme. Our Combo and Mini Levels will have a snack and craft included. Our
Combo level Camps (ages 3-6)
July 30th - August 1st 9 - 11am $50
August 13th - 15th 5:15 - 6:45pm $45
Mini Level (Ages 7-9)
July 23rd-July25th 9-12 am
Musical Theatre 9-1030
Mini/Junior ages (7-12 years)
July 30th - August 1st 4:30 - 7:30pm
Musical Theatre 4:30-6pm
Mini/Junior Triple Threat Camp (8-12years)
August 20 - 22nd 4 - 7:30pm
Junior Level (9-12 years)
August 6-8th 5pm - 8pm
Musical Theatre 5-630pm
August 20- 22nd 10am-2pm $60 for both
10 -12 Musical Theatre
**Minimum of 4 students necessary for workshops to take place**
Triple Threat Camp ages 8-13 years
August 20th-23rd 4pm-730pm $145
Join us for Singing, Dancing, and Acting
***This camp may be taken as a required camp for All-Star team members under the age of 10 or beginners. Please see Lisa or Jenny for placement if you are an All-Star member. ***
**Minimum of 5 students necessary for workshops to take place**
All- Star Team Triple Threat Intensive!
**COMPETITION TEAM REQUIREMENT**
August 5th-8th 9am-4pm All Ages $250
August 26th -29th !
Monday 8/26 9am-4pm
Tuesday-Thursday 8/27-8/29 10am-5pm All Ages $250
For our advanced students! We will focus on the true triple threat--singing, acting, and dancing! We will hone our individual skills and put them together in musical theatre class creating a strong, well rounded and confident performer! 33 hours of training in one week! We start learning our 2020 production number during these camps.
August 26th -9-4pm
August 27th=29th 10am - 5pm
1030-1130am Jazz/Hip Hop/Contemp.
1145 -1245 Acting
130-230 Group Voice/Music Theory
230-315 Musical Theatre
NEW THIS YEAR!
ALL- STAR DANCE TEAM Conditioning!
July 22nd - 125th 430-730pm $100
August 13th - 15th 10am - 2pm $125
We are branching out and starting a dance division of our All-Star team! If you have auditioned or are wanting to join our dance team this workshop is mandatory! If you are a part of our Musical Theatre all-star team we highly recommend you take this workshop in addition to your required triple threat workshop! Join us for a three days of conditioning our muscles, technique, and learning choreography with Ms. Liz Trotta!
College Prep- Please contact the office if you are interested in college prep!
HS Freshmen-Seniors/transfer college students
If you are thinking about taking the road less traveled and majoring in Music, Acting, Dance, Musical Theatre, Film/TV in the performance or educational side, we know it can be a daunting task! Let us help you figure out which type of campus you are interested in, school size, BA vs. BFA vs. Conservatory training, Audition requirements, and which songs and monologues suit you best! We recommend having this completed prior to your senior year! These skills are what will pay the bills one day! Your sophomore and junior year of training in the arts is right up there with school work and sat's! Get a head start on the college planning!
**Minimum of 5 students necessary for workshops to take place**
Discounts and Packages
Contact us for questions
Starlight Sibling Program:
Apply to assist with early drop off/late pick-up, Camps, and classes to receive a discount on your camps and private lessons!
Summer Master Classes
We are brining some on New York's up and coming teachers and performs down this summer! Don't miss your chance to learn from there amazing experiences. Must have prior movement or dance experience. Advanced Beginner- Advanced ages 11 and up
Master Tap Class with Shontell Rosso
July 22nd 5:00pm-6:15pm $25
Spongebob master class! $50
July 22nd 6:30-8:30pm
Learn some choreography from the show! This class will conclude with a Questions and Answer period for students and parents!
Robert Taylor Jr. is an American entertainer whose goal is to inspire and spread love and peace to people of all ages through music and dance. Robert was born in Brooklyn and raised in Coney Island and developed a love for music and dance as a young child through his father Robert "Bobby T-Boy" Taylor and went under his tutilage for his music/artistry. He then became under tutilage of Elizabeth Buzzetta Palmeri and Pat Conlon to continue his musical training, Larry Ramsey for his acting, and John Goring for his dancing. He graduated from Marymount Manhattan
College with a B.A. in Dance and a minor in Musical Theatre. While at Marymount, he studied the Graham, Horton, and Limon techinques, as well as acting, theater, and other styles of dance. He also performed in several musicals, including New Girl In Town and The Boyfriend. Later, Robert went on to study with teachers at Broadway Dance Center such as Brian Green, The Amountboyz (who he performed with as an honorary member), Jared Grimes, Ephrat "Bounce" Asherie, Eric Jenkins, Jamie Jackson,Future, Eric Negron, and Spex. Robert performed for Michael Jackson, in 2002 with a singing/dancing group called 'Uneti."
In the underground music world, Robert has won multiple music showcases, including (2006-present) "Faces In The Crowd" (twice), (2006-2009) "Mental Supreme" (2007) and "Roc The Mic" hosted by Monse from hot 97 (2009), making him a 5 time NYC underground music industry showcase winner as an R & B entertainer.
Robert has performed for Michael Jackson in 2002 for the Sony Protest party @ Webster Hall. Shortly after, Robert was selected as one of the nation's top 20 contestants for Season 8 of So You Think You Can Dance, and made it to the top 16. Other credits include American Idol (Season 3), So You Think You Can Dance (Season 2), MTV's 'Say What? Karaoke (in which he won 2 shows and made it to the finals in 2003 and 2007), Kat Deluna's Whine Up music video, and the national tour of Hairspray as a singer/dancer/actor in 2008, danced for L.L. Cool J at Carnegie Hall for the CBS Network Rundown (choreographed by Gio Hubela from Iconic). He also performed with Rihanna as a recording artist/entertainer for the Peace and Love festival in Sweden in 2012. Robert recently performed in Rihanna's Budweiser commercial with fellow faculty member Anthony Rue II aka AntBoogie. In the summer of 2015, he was a part of America's Got Talent as a finalist with The Mothmen.
Robert's latest accomplishent was being in the cast of Spongebob Squarepants (the Broadway Musical). You can also catch him in the Netflix series "Seven Seconds" as a 'juror' with Regina King. He is also now a full-time faculty member at Broadway Dance Center as a hip-hop dance teacher and also teaches urban contemporary at the Joffrey Ballet School.
For more information, including his itunes releases and dance classes please visit him on:
Hamilton Workshop with Hope Easterbrook $50
August 19th 5-7pm
Hip Hop Master Class with Hope $27
August 19th 7-8pm
Hope Easterbrook started her dance training in her hometown of Goshen, New York, where she studied Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Modern. She was introduced to Hip Hop when she began training at The School at Steps in the Pre-Professional Program. After dancing at Steps in high school, she was accepted to the Musical Theater and Dance and Theater program at Marymount Manhattan College. While studying at Marymount, Hope developed a passion for teaching and decided to pursue a career in teaching, and performing Hip Hop. She has worked on a variety of performances and music videos for up and coming artists. In 2016 she made her broadway debut in Hamilton as the first replacement to the original cast. Also while fulfilling her dream of performing in the Tony Awards. Soon after she her run she was cast in The Kennedy Center's In The Heights. Besides performing Hope has worked as associate choreographer for multiple projects including "The Ladies of Hip Hop Showcase" (2015), Broadway Bares (2014-2019). She is looking forward to furthering her career as a dance instructor, performer, and a well-rounded dancer.