Miami Childrens Theater thanks you for taking this survey. We are in uncharted territories and we want to make your child's summer camp experience fun, safe and educational. All data is secure and your identity is anonymous. If you have feedback or suggestions that are not captured in this survey please email MCT Director Tim Fath at tim@miamichildrenstheater.com.  Stay safe and we hope to see your child this summer!

Miami Childrens Theater thanks you for taking this survey. We are in uncharted territories and we want to make your child's summer camp experience fun, safe and educational. All data is secure and your identity is anonymous. If you have feedback or suggestions that are not captured in this survey please email MCT Director Tim Fath at tim@miamichildrenstheater.com.  Stay safe and we hope to see your child this summer!

How many children do you have between the age of 5 through 18?

How many children in your household are theater kids, kids who would be interested in a theater summer camp?

If your child is between the age of 5 through 13, please answer this question

We define a structured camp as a camp with same campers and teachers every day working on common assignments and working on a virtual show at the end of the session.

If your child is between the age of 13 through 18 (copy)

If your child is between the age of five and eight, how many hours a day would you limit them to being on a computer/phone in one sitting?

If your child is between the age of nine to twelve, how many hours a day would you limit them to being on a computer/phone in one sitting?

What would be your first preference for a starting date, assuming you sign up for a structured camp?

Please choose one.

Assuming you sign up for a structured camp, what is your ideal length of the camp?

On a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being most positive, please rate each question.

My child is not a huge theater kid, but I want them to socialize, make friends and practice team building.

My child has done a few shows and likes MCT. so training is important but not the end all- be all factor. She/he likes to socialize.

My child is very serious about her musical theater training and our priority is improving technique.

Of the following scenarios listed below which format is the most appealing to you?

Please note: We define a structured camp as one that has the same campers and teachers every day, working on common assignments and presenting a virtual show at the end of camp.

Please answer if your child is between the age of 5 through 8, when should we start the camp day?

If your child is between the age of 9 through 12, when should we start the camp day.

What is a good ending time for you child? (for parents of kids ages 5 through 8)

To what degree do you agree with this statement? For our summer camps with younger students (defined as ages five through 10) non-theater elements such as art, music studies outside the musical theater genre, film making etc. should be part of the camp curriculum.

Please add any additional comments below. How can we make our summer camp the best experience for your child?

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How many children do you have between the age of 5 through 18?

How many children in your household are theater kids, kids who would be interested in a theater summer camp?

If your child is between the age of 5 through 13, please answer this question

We define a structured camp as a camp with same campers and teachers every day working on common assignments and working on a virtual show at the end of the session.

If your child is between the age of 13 through 18 (copy)

If your child is between the age of five and eight, how many hours a day would you limit them to being on a computer/phone in one sitting?

If your child is between the age of nine to twelve, how many hours a day would you limit them to being on a computer/phone in one sitting?

What would be your first preference for a starting date, assuming you sign up for a structured camp?

Please choose one.

Assuming you sign up for a structured camp, what is your ideal length of the camp?

On a scale from 1 to 10, 10 being most positive, please rate each question.

My child is not a huge theater kid, but I want them to socialize, make friends and practice team building.

My child has done a few shows and likes MCT. so training is important but not the end all- be all factor. She/he likes to socialize.

My child is very serious about her musical theater training and our priority is improving technique.

Of the following scenarios listed below which format is the most appealing to you?

Please note: We define a structured camp as one that has the same campers and teachers every day, working on common assignments and presenting a virtual show at the end of camp.

Please answer if your child is between the age of 5 through 8, when should we start the camp day?

If your child is between the age of 9 through 12, when should we start the camp day.

What is a good ending time for you child? (for parents of kids ages 5 through 8)

To what degree do you agree with this statement? For our summer camps with younger students (defined as ages five through 10) non-theater elements such as art, music studies outside the musical theater genre, film making etc. should be part of the camp curriculum.

Please add any additional comments below. How can we make our summer camp the best experience for your child?

Statistics - View the results