MUSICAL THEATER BOOTCAMP
A virtual musical theater repertoire camp for ages 7-11! Students will explore musical theater vocal stylings and be introduced to some catchy movement to build their musical theater skills. Students will focus on singing, choreography, and acting as they celebrate the tradition of Broadway and popular music. (Note: Adult guidance and technology support may be required for younger students)
Ages: 7 – 11
Dates: July 27 – 31, 2020
Times: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (M–F)
Location: Online (Details provided in Welcome Letter)
Sample Daily Schedule
Each day will include one snack break.
9:00 am – 9:15 am
Welcome and Warm-ups
9:15 am – 9:45 am
Voice Work for Song 1
9:45 am – 10:15 am
Choreography for Song 1
10:15 am – 10:45 am
Voice Work for Song 2
10:45 am – 11:00 am
Snack and Water Break
11:00 am – 11:30 am
Movement and Storytelling for Song 2
11:30 am – 11:50 am
Character Work for Songs 1 and 2
11:50 am – 12:00 pm
Instructor Check-in and Review
- Computer and/or tablet with internet access and audio/video capabilities
- Space to move and dance
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 “Jacki” Salvador
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!
“My favorite part was the teachers and the wonderful recital at the end.” – Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp 2017 Participant
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“My favorite part was getting the vocal instruction and learning new techniques.” – Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp 2017 Participant
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- All students will receive a Welcome Letter via email at least 1 week before the program starts with all necessary details including camp schedule, supply list, web links, etc.
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