Melissa teaches Center Stage 2 (Tuesday), Center Stage 3 (Tuesday), Teen Improv, and Center Stage 1 (Thursday) and musical directs all A.C.T. shows.
Cynthia teaches makeup workshops and offers coaching for audition videos for college.
John teaches Beginner and Advanced Broadway Technique, Center Stage 1 (Thursday), Children’s Tap, Adult Tap, and Contemporary.
Christie teaches Center Stage 1 (Tuesday), Children’s Improv, Theatre Games, and Children’s Acting 1 (Wednesday).
Christa recently taught at the ACT Summer Camp. She has also taught for DramaKids, and runs an annual week-long Theatre Games camp for kids through Weymouth Recreation. She lives in Weymouth.
Christa teaches Center Stage 2 (Thursday).
Chris teaches Center Stage 1 (Tuesday), Center Stage 2 (Thursday), and Children’s Voice.
Matt teaches Teen Acting, Children’s Acting 1 (Saturday), Children’s Acting 2, Center Stage 3 (Saturday) and Acting Through Role-Playing Games.
Stephanie teaches Adult Voice.
Christopher has been fortunate to teach at all levels of music education: collegiate, intermediate, and elementary. He has taught in the states of Virginia, Maryland, and presently Massachusetts. While being an educator in Virginia, Christopher was selected to be the Assistant Director of the High School Choral Invitational hosted by Shenandoah University. As an elementary teacher in Maryland, his technique of Kodaly Solfege inclusion with classroom management in the music classroom was presented at the Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA) state conference. More recently, Christopher was a show choir director at Waltham High School in Waltham, MA. During his work at Waltham High, Christopher was the director of the award-winning show choirs, Music Express and Music Unlimited. Under his direction the show choirs received numerous Gold Medals, finalist(s) recognition at both the local and national levels, as well as Grand Champion. The show choirs were often recognized for outstanding soloist(s) both locally and nationally, outstanding stage presence, outstanding costume design, and best vocals.
Christopher currently teaches at Hingham Middle School in Hingham, MA where he is the middle school choral director. Under his direction, the Hingham Middle School honor choir, Junior Choral Spectrum, has been awarded consecutive Platinum Medals at the Great East Festival in Agawam, MA. In the spring of 2015, Christopher was chosen to direct the South Eastern Massachusetts School Bandmasters Association (SEMSBA) middle school honor choir – representing the top middle school vocalists from the South Shore area of Massachusetts.
For two seasons, Christopher had the privilege of performing with the prestigious Baltimore Opera Company. He has appeared in numerous community and regional theaters performing such favorite roles as: Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cogsworth in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Malcolm in The Full Monty. As a director, Christopher has directed such musicals as: The Sound of Music, Little Shop of Horrors, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and The Secret Garden; as a musical director, he has directed such musicals as: Hello Dolly!, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Sound of Music, and Guys & Dolls; and as a choreographer, Christopher has choreographed such musicals as: Seussical, Mary Poppins, and Into the Woods.
Christopher resides in Weymouth, MA with his fiancé, Joe, and their two dogs: Otis and Gracie.
Christopher offers private lessons, including lessons to help students prepare for All-State, Senior and Junior District Auditions.
Liz teaches Adult Broadway Dance.
Sarah teaches Stage Combat workshops.
entering his twenty-first season of teaching for Wheelock FamilyTheatre and divides his time between acting and teaching and directing and has also had the good fortune to teach with such companies as Watertown Children’s Theatre, Wellesley Summer Theatre For Children, New Art Center in Newton, North Shore Music Theatre and City Spotlights at The Wang Center For The Performing Arts. As an actor, he has worked at theatres ranging from Speakeasy Stage Company to Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lyric Stage Company of Boston Reagle Music Theatre and Wheelock Family Theatre. Some of his favorite roles include parts in The Drowsy Chaperone (IRNE Award for Best Actor In A Musical), 1776, Legally Blond and Deathtrap right here at Company Theatre; Wheelock Family Theatre’s Annie, It’s a Wonderful Life, Lily’s Purple Plastic Purse and Trumpet of The Swan; Holiday, Hay Fever and The Last Night of Ballyhoo at Wellesley Repertory Theatre and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, When Pigs Fly (IRNE Award for Best Actor In A Musical), Jewish Theatre of New England, and Nora Theatre Company. The veteran of three national tours, Danny is a graduate of Boston College and continues to keep busy in video and commercial work and as a Company Member of Theatre Espresso. Member of Actors’Equity Association since 1995.
Danny teaches Adult Acting as well as workshops. He also offers private lessons and coaching.
Meghan teaches Acting the Song and private voice lessons.
Cat teaches Commerical Dance, Ballroom Monday Dance Nights, and private dance lessons.