SUMMER MUSICAL THEATER INTENSIVE
Actors will explore musical theater repertoire while sharpening their skills in audition techniques, characterization, Broadway choreography, and musicality. Teaching artists from AFYP and Mason Community Arts Academy will mentor performers in acting, dance, and singing technique in this rigorous and fun program.
Due to safety restrictions, space is extremely limited in each age group. Registering early is recommended.
Ages: 12 – 18
Dates: June 13-17 | July 25-29, 2022**
Times: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm* (M-F)
Tuition: $455 per week
Early Bird Discount: Register by May 15th for $10 off
Location: Mason Fairfax Campus, deLaski Performing Arts Building/Music Theater Building
*After Care add-on option (4pm-6pm) is available for the July 25-29 week only.
** Students can sign up for either or both weeks!
- CDC recommended face mask
- Writing supplies: pencils, pens, and a notebook
- Recommended but not required: Singer Mask
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COVID REQUIREMENTS: Students must follow University Covid protocols. Please see updates here.
AFTER CARE ADD-ON OPTION
Get details and register for AFTER CARE (4pm-6pm.)
Available for the July 25-29 week only.
After Care cost for the week is an additional $140.
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AFYP Director: Mary Lechter
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Mary founded AFYP in 1997, and has seen the company grow from being its only teacher with a sporadic program schedule in rented spaces to where it is today: a year-round program with a full staff, working in conjunction with Potomac Arts Academy, for which she is Associate Director.
She is a longtime member of Mason’s School of Theater faculty in the areas of Performance and Theater Education. She was named a 2013 “Teacher of Distinction” and was a 2014 TEDxGeorgeMasonU speaker (“Magic Moments: the Transformative Power of Theater“). She previously taught at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Her professional memberships include The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actor’s Equity Association, and the Educational Theatre Association.
Mary’s directing credits include An Experiment with an Air Pump and Shakespeare in Hollywood (George Mason University); Still Beating Hearts and A Godless Man (Theater of the First Amendment First Light Festival); Happy Holidays, Charlie Brown, 101 Dalmatians, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play; Willy Wonka, Jr.; Peter Pan, Jr.; A Seussified Christmas Carol; Alice in Wonderland, Jr. (AFYP).
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