Summer Musical Theater Intensive Online

Summer Musical Theater Camp students performing



Actors will be guided through a fast-paced week of musical theater technique classes including: individualized voice and musical training, a variety of theater dance instruction, characterization and performance, discovering the business of the business, and exploring auditioning for musical theater. This online program is perfect for your budding musical theater star who wants to sharpen their skills, technique and knowledge.



Ages:  12 – 18
Dates:  June 15 – 19, 2020
Times:  1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (M–F)
Tuition:  $225
Location:  Online (Details provided in Welcome Letter)


Technique Classes Included:

Note: Openings are limited, so early registration is encouraged.


Sample Daily Schedule
Each day will include one snack break.

1:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Welcome and Warm-ups
1:15 pm – 2:00 pm
Voice Seminar
2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
Dance Styles Class (various styles)
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Snack and Water break
3:00 pm – 3:50 pm
Acting Workshop (Various Topics: Audition Techniques, Characterization, etc)
3:50 pm – 4:00 pm
Instructor Check-in and Review




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Ahmad Maaty Acting Lessons
Ahmad Maaty
Read about Mr. Maaty

Ahmad Maaty is an Egyptian-American actor, dancer, choreographer, and singer. He graduated from George Mason University with a BA in Theatre and a minor in Dance. Mr. Maaty holds a Masters of Fine Arts in acting from the acclaimed Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University in NYC. Ahmad is also an adjunct faculty member of the School of Theater at GMU. Mr. Maaty is a Helen Hayes-nominated choreographer for his work in “Pippin” with Monumental Theatre Company and recently won “Best Actor in a Community Theater Production” for his role of “Daddy Warbucks” in “Annie,” in Broadway World’s Regional Awards (Washington, D.C. area.) Mr. Maaty has taught with AFYP since 2007, and is the musical theatre director and choreographer at summer camp and for all showcase programs. He also teaches and dances with the Academy of Russian Ballet. Recently, Mr. Maaty has appeared in “Aida” with Constellation Theatre Company; in Prince William Little Theatre’s productions of “Annie,” “Tommy,” and “Julius Caesar;” and in Fauquier Community Theatre’s “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”  

Jacqueline “Jackie” Salvador
Vocal Coach
Read about Ms. Salvador

Jacqueline “Jackie” Salvador is an actor in New York City, originally from Stafford, Virginia. She made her Off-Broadway debut with Atlantic Theatre in their production of “James and the Giant Peach,” where she played Spider. She is currently expected to provide the voice of “Dorothy Hess” in the upcoming fictional podcast “The 8th Light.” She has played an assortment of musical theater characters; Bonnie in “Anything Goes,” Carla in “In The Heights,” and The Stepmother in “Cinderella: The New Musical” in Virginia. She is a graduate of George Mason University’s School of Music. Lastly, she has no words to express how excited she is to be back with the AFYP family! Thank you Red Shirts! 


Mary Lechter Staff Member
Mary Lechter
Acting Coach
Read about Ms. Lechter

Mary is the Associate Director of Mason Community Arts Academy, and Founder/Artistic Director of Acting for Young People & Adults, Inc. (AFYP). AFYP was founded in 1997, and provides professional-level acting training for students of all ages. The program has grown to include summer acting camps, year-round classes, after school programs and touring productions, and became the theater division of Potomac in 2012.

A graduate of University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theater and Speech Communications, Mary has been working professionally as an actor in the Metropolitan Washington area, Los Angeles, and New York since 1985. She has worked at Washington area theaters including Theater of the First Amendment, Arena Stage, Studio Theatre, and Source Theatre. Television, radio and film credits include ABC’s All My Children, Barry Levinson’s Avalon, Diesel Films’ Dracula’s Mother, the MGM/Lionsgate thriller Hit and Run, and several spots for NPR’s Morning Edition.

Mary is a proud member of George Mason University’s faculty in the School of Theater, and was named a 2013 “Teacher of Distinction”. She is a member of The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actor’s Equity Association, and the Educational Theatre Association.





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