Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp

Musical Theater Bootcamp summer camp

“Singing With Style”


Young singers and actors will join vocal instructors Emi Eiting and Jackie Salvador, along with acting coaches and choreographers from Acting for Young People, for a week of musical theater skill building! Students will focus on vocal technique, choreography, and acting as they celebrate the tradition of Broadway and popular music. The program will culminate in a lively presentation in Mason’s professional Harris Theatre.



Ages:  7-11 years & 12-18 years
Dates:   Depends on age group (see below)
Times:   9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. (M-F)
Tuition: $375
Location:  Mason Fairfax Campus, Harris Theatre


7-11 Age Group
Dates: August 6-10, 2018
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12-18 Age Group
Dates: July 9-13, 2018
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An “After Care” option is available for this program from 4-6 pm for $90/week, located in Mason’s Performing Arts Building and staffed by the Academy’s Summer Staff. After registering for this program (but before final checkout/ payment!), search for and add “After Care” to your cart (be sure to choose the correct week).


Emi Eiting, voice lessons Director/ Vocal Instructor for 12-18 Age Group:  Emi Eiting
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For the last 7 years Emi Eiting has been a high school choral director in Fairfax County, Virginia. She led 4 choirs, taught Music History and directed the school musical each year. Before her career in education, she had many years of fun in the theatre. She worked consistently as an actor, music director, pianist, and stage manager at a number of regional theatres around the country, spent some time singing on a cruise ship, and toured the country with a familiar children’s show before moving to Boston. In Boston she found a theatrical home with Speakeasy Stage Company with whom she worked on a number of shows including Songs for a New World, The Wild Party (LaChiusa), and Saturday Night. Emi has performed her solo cabaret show- ‘Standing in the Middle of the Road’ with Speakeasy Stage (Boston) and at Danny’s Skylight Room (New York). She has worked in New York with composers Jason Robert Brown, Lance Horne, Brian Lowdermilk and Scott Evan Davis. In November 2016 Emi performed as a solo artist at the Kennedy Center on a concert featuring the music of Scott Evan Davis. She left public education in 2016 to be a stay at home mother, but remains active as a freelance pianist, adjudicator, conductor, vocal coach and director. Emi holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from George Mason University. She has additional training in Musical Theatre from Interlochen Arts Program in Traverse City, MI.


Jackie Salvadore Voice Lessons Director/ Vocal Instructor for 7-11 Age Group:  Jackie Salvador
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Jacqueline is an actor and teacher in the Northern Virginia and DC areas. She is currently preparing to perform in Seasons of Light with Discovery Theater at the DC Smithsonian. Some of her favorite roles include “Carla” in The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of In The Heights and her opera roles, “Zita” in Gianni Schicchi and “Mrs. Jones” in Street Scene, with the School of Music at George Mason University. She has also participated in the DC Fringe Festival and performed in her own cabaret. As a teacher, she is currently giving voice and piano lessons to students of all ages in Stafford, Virginia. Jacqueline joined the AFYP family in the Fall of 2012, working as the Musical Director for our fall and spring musicals and our summer musical showcase, as well as part of the Musical Theater team for our Summer Acting Camp.


No Photo Available Acting/ Choreography Coach: TBA
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To register by phone or request a paper registration form, please call the Academy office at 703-993-9889.



“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 the presentation at the Harris Theater!” – Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp 2017 Parent

“It really pushed me to be better and learn ten whole songs in five days.” – Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp 2017 Participant

“My favorite part was getting the vocal instruction and learning new techniques.” – Musical Theater Vocal Bootcamp 2017 Participant