Community Classes & Camps

In planning for the worst outcomes due to the COVID pandemic, SEACT is also preparing for the best! Summer camp registrations remain open. SEACT will continue to actively monitor official sources regarding the pandemic, and make decisions on cancellation or postponement of camps at a later time. We will offer the option of a future camp, or refunds on registration if and when it becomes necessary.

Summer Camps Dothan

Cultural Arts Center

All weekly sessions for ages 6-16. In each of the daily sessions campers are taught the basics of theatre and rehearse a play to be performed before an audience of family and guests. Each camp runs Monday-Friday, 8:30-Noon. Performances begin Friday at noon.

July 6-10  (ages 6-10 only)

July 13-17  SOLD OUT
July 20-24

Your payment is your reservation. No refunds except in COVID- related cancellations or rescheduling. Credit may be offered for a future session if there is room available.The cost is $120 per child. Fees include participation in the camp, script, T-shirt, cast photo, and certificate.

Scholarship Application

SEACT is Serving Our Community

Please register for one of the listed sessions and submit without payment. SEACT will notify you of any scholarship funds available to complete your registration. Any balance due will be expected at that time. Full and partial scholarships are granted in an effort to accept all campers regardless of ability to pay. Scholarships are awarded based on space and funding available. Download the form and return it to the SEACT office by June 26.

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Meet the Instructors

Eddie & Sam Farnham

SEACT Youth Camp Founders

Eddie & Sam Farnham have been involved with SEACT as actors and directors since 1992, and teaching the next generation of theatre-lovers for at least that long. They have directed multiple main-stage youth performances including The Little Mermaid Jr., Shrek Jr., and Aladdin Jr. Each summer the duo write and direct an original children's script for SEACT's Dothan summer campers. These clever but silly plays are intended to allow for multiple characters (everyone gets a role!), and lots of action on the part of our enthusiastic stars.

Margo Wright

Summer Camp Youth Instructor

Margo Wright has been interested in theatre since she was 7 years old.  She started taking private acting lessons at the age of 10, and studied acting at Furman University. When Margo moved to Dothan in the early 80's, she became involved with SEACT as an actor and director.  Margo has directed 3 of SEACT’s main-stage youth productions including The Little Mermaid Jr. (co-directed), Alice in Wonderland Jr., and this season's Mary Poppins Jr. (co-directed). Margo works with the older campers ages 10+ on character development and teamwork to present the final production to parents and friends.

Abigail Phillips

Virtual Summer Youth Theatre Camps

Abigail Phillips has been interested in theatre since she was 6 years old. She started as a camper at SEACT Summer Theatre Camps at the age of 7, became a Camp Counselor at the age of 13, and began directing off-site camps in 2018. She is currently a Senior at Young Harris College, in Ga., studying Musical Theatre. Abigail has been involved in 4 SEACT youth productions, and performed with 9 different theatre companies in Alabama and Georgia. She was awarded Best Director at the Alabama Youth Theatre Experience in 2017. This is her 6th year directing youth with SEACT.

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(334) 794-0400

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Southeast Alabama Community Theatre (SEACT) has a mission to enrich the cultural lives of Wiregrass residents through the presentation of high quality theatre, to provide creative opportunities to talented individuals to perform on stage and behind the scenes, and to introduce the theatrical experience to school-aged children. SEACT is a 501(c) organization and depends on the support of its community to bring theatre to life in the Wiregrass. The organization is funded through season tickets, sponsorships, advertising, and donations.

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