$1575 Day /$3350 Residential
At a Glance
Actors who join the Summer at Sem Theatre summer camp program will discover acting, dance, and vocal skills, along with stage presence and performance coaching. Our comprehensive program allows students to develop stage skills while working as a collaborative ensemble.
All theatre students will get the chance to participate in one-on-one working sessions with our Director of Theatre in their acting, singing, and auditioning skills. Individualized attention for each summer theatre student offers participants of all backgrounds and experience levels an opportunity to engage in working on stage, and off. Theatre students will meet and talk to theatre professionals from all facets of the industry currently working on Broadway in our master class series. Performance opportunities showcase students in our state-of-the-art performance spaces and on our beautiful campus. In recent summers performances have included musical theatre, Shakespeare, pop/rock music, original monologues and scenes, and fully produced Broadway musicals.
Meet our Director
Maya Hana Evans
Since earning her BFA from NYU Tisch, Maya (she/her) has worked as a performer, director, producer, designer, and teaching artist in New York & Chicago. Pre-pandemic, she directed & produced Spring Awakening at the Secret Theater, where she also served as the Director of Education. She most recently performed in the original play Watchlist at the Tank, directed a concert reading of Revelation Manhattan for GreenRoom42, and produced/asst. directed Pete Rex with The Dreamscape Theatre at 59 E 59th. Maya also assisted with costume and prop design for PUFFS or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic during its Off-Broadway transfer. She directed the Summer Youth Academy at White Plains Performing Arts Center for three years, and she’s currently designing and teaching with the Westchester Sandbox Theatre. Next up – costuming Cabaret at Iona University this spring. Additional credits include The Butterfly’s Day (The Clarion), Kingdom of the Clouds (Theater 80 St. Marks), In Fields Where They Lay, (The New Ohio), Wild Women of Planet Wongo (Parkside Lounge), Blood & Water (The Kraine). Connect with her online at mayahanaevans.com!
Detailed information about the 2023 Season will be coming your way in the near future. We hope to see you at our Open House on Sunday, March 26, 2023.
Previous Guest Artists
Previous Guest Artists
To see people who have truly made it in the industry was amazing and then for them to help us and give us advice on how we can possibly make it was phenomenal.