The Lion King Jr - November 16 - November 17, 2018

Wayne Highlands Middle School

 Who's Who in the Crew 

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    Scott D. Miller


    Mr. Miller has graced the stage for more than twenty years in musicals and plays. Mr. Miller, an award winning director of Les Miserables, Oliver, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Chess, School House Rock, and Little Shop of Horrors. Mr. Miller serves as the Director of Technology at Wayne Highlands and is very proud to direct this amazing cast and crew.

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    Martha Curtis

    Musical Director

    Mrs. Curtis has been the Musical Director for several Middle and High School productions for Wayne Highlands. She has also co-directed productions including Shrek, Seussical and Beauty and the Beast. Mrs. Curtis is currently the Choral Director and teaches Piano, Music Theory, and General Music Appreciation. To the cast and crew - Thank you for all of your hard work!

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    Jesse Perry


    Mrs. Perry is a graduate DeSales University. She was awarded for her dedication to the arts, and currently works as a dance teacher at Honesdale Dance Studio. She was an assistant choreographer for Chicago. She has studied extensively with Trinette Singleton, Lynne Mariani, Diane Orio, Beatriz Rodriguez, Olga Dvorovenko, Violet Verdi, and Brian Loftus.

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    Geri Spinosa

    Assistant Musical Director

    Mrs. Spinosa is proud to serve Wayne Highlands as our resident rehearsal pianist and accompanist, including our choral performing groups. Her experience and enthusiasm is seen throughout her musical productions including The Adams Family, Guys and Dolls, The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, A Tribute to Broadway, School House Rock Live, and The Sound of Music.

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    Shawn Garing

    Technical Director

    Mr. Garing has worked Technical Theater since 1994. He has run tech for more stage productions than he can remember, but enjoys the challenge of bringing each new show to life on stage. He is thankful for his crew of talented students who help make every show possible. "Bringing The Lion King to life on stage has been a lot of fun."

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