NOTE: Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we will be having camp with an altered schedule and limited campers. See below for a detailed list of changes and adjustments to camp. 


The entire “Wedding Chorale” is cut.
Winner of over 100 international awards and seen by over 70 million, this musical phenomenon is an epic tale of passion and redemption in the throes of revolution.

Les Misérables is the world’s longest running musical — a true modern classic based on Victor Hugo’s novel and featuring one of the most memorable scores of all time. The multi-award-winning Les Misérables is as groundbreaking today as it was when it first premiered in London in 1985. Featuring updated orchestrations based on the Tony-nominated 2014 Broadway revival, Les Misérables School Edition also includes new support materials including a Reference Recording for rehearsals, an enhanced Director’s Guide and an expanded Study Guide.
In nineteenth century France, Jean Valjean is released from years of unjust imprisonment, but finds nothing in store for him but mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption as he is relentlessly pursued by police inspector Javert, who refuses to believe Valjean can change his ways. Finally, during the Paris student uprising of 1832, Javert must confront his ideals after Valjean spares his life and saves that of the student revolutionary who has captured the heart of Valjean’s adopted daughter.
Epic, grand and uplifting, Les Misérables School Edition packs an emotional wallop that has thrilled audiences all over the world. The sung-through piece is ideal for a cast of exceptional singers and overflows with melodies that are already standards. This author-approved edition has been abridged to a running time of just over two hours while beautifully maintaining the integrity of this musical masterpiece.

Les Misérables School Edition may only be performed by a cast of students aged 18 and under, without exception.

June 22- July 5th, 2020
Performances 2nd – 4th 

Camp auditions on the first day of camp

A two-week camp for Ages 13 – 18


Fill out This Registration and email it to:

A PayPal invoiced will be billed to you within 2 weeks of submitting your registration.
You will have 1 week to submit your payment before your registration will be canceled.
Camp Space is limited. Once the camp is full. No exceptions will be made to accommodate additional campers.

Camp Days & Times
Monday thru Friday, 8:00-11:30 or 12:00-3:30

Registration fee: $300.00

Camp Location
Stepping Stone Museum
461 Quaker Bottom Rd.
Havre de Grace, MD 21078

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Camp changes due to COVID-19 regulations

***Campers and parent (s) must be available for a Google video meeting on Sunday June 20th at 7pm for an informational meeting detailing, camp check-ins, groups locations, and Covid-19 camp procedures.

Camps will be Doubled cast and placed into groups- Cast 1 (18 Actors) or Cast 2 (18 Actors). Casts will be decided after auditions.

AUDITIONS- Video Auditions need to be submitted to by June 17th by 8pm. You may share it via google drive if that is better. Please prepare 16 measures from any musical theater show that feature your range and 16 measures of a song from the show. Be sure to act the song as it will be your only form of auditioning.

Camps will be split into half days; only actors will participate in each session. Although Stepping Stone will be open to the public. The public will not be permitted in our restricted areas. This includes family members of all campers.

Each cast will be asked to report to either an AM (8:00-11:30) or PM (12:00-3:30) session. This will be rotating schedule. If you have AM on day one you will be PM the next.

Each cast will be split up into a group of 9 with either the director or musical director.

No group of campers and staff will exceed 10 individuals at any time. (unless MD state guidelines change)

Groups will not mix daily (unless MD state guidelines change)

Actors will not share costumes or mics during shows.

Actors will be asked to supply base costumes.

All blocking will reflect social distancing guidelines.

Out of state campers are not permitted.

Each day we shall be monitoring the health of staff and the health of campers.

We will screen all staff and campers daily for symptoms and possible exposure to COVID-19, using questions recommended by CDC.
Staff or children who have tested positive for COVID-19, are symptomatic, or who have had a known exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be excluded to this year’s camp according to CDC guidance.

We will keep a log of temperature and symptom screening for campers daily and maintain confidentiality of these records.

We will be implementing the following guidelines:
● Actors will maintain 6 feet of physical distance, wherever and as often as possible.
● Staff will wear face coverings.
● If they can be worn safely and consistently, children age 3 and older should wear face coverings.
● Staff, children, and parents shall wear face coverings when campers are arriving and leaving. Parents must wear
masks during performances, unless the state of MD changes policy.

● Individuals from outside the camp are limited in their interactions with staff and campers, including parents
during camper drop off/pick up.

Parents/Guardians are to stay in their cars. Please place a placard on your dashboard with your child’s
name. We will have an additional form requiring Make, Model, and year of Vehicles to pick up your child from camp.
Designated camp area will be restricted to outside public. Campers and staff will be the only people permitted in these areas.

We will implement the following prevention and mitigation strategies to slow and limit COVID-19 exposure and spread:
• Cover your cough
• Practice recommended regular and routine handwashing practices
• Avoid use of items that are not easily cleaned and disinfected
• Practice proper use, removal, and washing of cloth face coverings
• Post signs with COVID-19 prevention and control practices
• Provide policies and education on COVID-19 symptoms and response
• Ensure adequate supplies of tissues, hand soap, alcohol-based hand sanitizer and household cleaning products
suited for the facility
• The group size for youth camps shall be limited to 10 individuals. Each group will have a maximum of 1 adult
and 9 children.
▪ Do not mix campers or staff among groups. (unless State of MD Changes Policy)
• Arrival and departure times of campers will be staggered to prevent crowding.
• Keep each group separate from other groups using physical distance or by using shared areas at different
• If different groups share areas (bathroom), these shared areas will be cleaned between groups, and a log will
be kept detailing the cleaning date, time, and individual who does the cleaning.
We will be prepared for the following:
• We will be alert for heat-related signs and symptoms and consider additional protective measures for hot and Code
Red days.

• Any staff or child exposed to a person diagnosed with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 may not work or attend camp until they have completed self-quarantine following the CDC guidelines. Persons who have recovered from COVID-19, must be cleared for release from isolation according to CDC guidelines.

If a group has a staff member or a child that is found to have a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 at the facility,
we will quarantine following the CDC guidelines:
• Individuals may not work at or attend until completing self-quarantine and obtaining clearance from the individual’s primary care physician.
• Follow exposure control plans in the camp’s health program.
• Communicate with the local health department and parents.
• Based on consultation with the local health department, the entire facility may be closed based on level of contact and potential exposure.
• Wait 24 hours, then complete extra cleaning/disinfection of the facility, all areas not just high touch surfaces, and wait at least 5 days to bring in the next group.
• If a staff member or a child develops symptoms of COVID-19 during camp, we will safely isolate the person and
ensure they are wearing a mask or face covering.
• Contact the youth camp’s health supervisor and the parent/guardian and arrange for safe transportation to a healthcare facility or home.