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10 Week Showtime Camp
Two 5 Week Sessions
Equal Opportunity to play multiple roles
Exposure to about 10,000 Attendees!
BRG hosts over 150 Bay Area Day Camp Field Trips
Youth often perform for their school year classmates
Papparazzi Weekend complete Stretch Limo &
Red Carpet Gala Media Event
Check out the BRG Summer Theatrical Camp Projects :
Documentaries & Previous Shows
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The BRG Summer Theatrical Day Camp of the Arts is a Performance Camp. Where everyday is gametime....twice a day!
We impress upon our kids that we must provide excellence in our presentations, as it is the expectation of our loyal fans and the general public.
It is our duty to give the public a great show!
The kids learn how to do it all!
Want to see your youth glow with enthusiasm, excited as they beam
with great pride...onstage?
This is it! It's SHOWTIME!
It's a summer your family
will never forget!
Schedule a site visit
for you and your youth!
Ask about our
early enrollment special &
For more information call 510-652-2120
Days & Hours of Camp
Monday through Friday
Early Bird Drop-Off
7 AM - 9 AM
Standard Day Camp
9 AM - 3 PM
3 PM - 6 PM
Daily Showtimes at 10 AM & 1 PM
Blooms: Ages 3 - 5
Youth: Ages 6-9
Tweens: Ages 10-12
Young Adults: Ages 16 -18
BRG provides lunch and snacks!
Two field trips per session
On-Site Enclosed Patio*
Jumpers & Games
Host of opportunities for amusement!
*Please note that this is not an outdoor recreation camp.
Our goals here at the BRG Camp -
To utilize the stage and its related activities to develop and/or create higher levels of self-esteem in our youth.
To support youth in an effort to foster greater self-pride by increasing their cultural awareness through instruction and presentation.
To provide all youth, regardless of race, creed, or color, with a rich opportunity to discover America's eclectic black cultural heritage.