Camp founder and director Kate Mullen, is a NYC resident. Kate is a graduate of the famed American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, and has studied at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, as well as Michael Howard Studio in New York. At the age of twenty, Kate was signed with the elite CLICK Model Management in New York as well as the prestigious bi-coastal talent agency, Abrams Artist Agency. Kate has appeared in print, numerous commercials, independent films, and Off-Broadway plays. New York theater credits include: Hurlyburly, Boys Life, The Rimers of Eldritch, and The Real Inspector Hound. Kate holds a masters degree in clinical social work from New York University, as well as a masters degree in Drama Therapy through the North American Drama Therapy Association. Currently, she works as a licensed psychotherapist at Community Counseling and Mediation in New York City. Kate is the director of the Story Dance Touring Company a division of New England Dance Ensemble most known for the production of ‘The Lorax.’ Kate is a member of SAG, AFTRA, as well as the NADTA and NASW. Kate’s decade in New York City has resulted in friendships and working relationships with an array of professionals. Kate is the mother of 'Finn the Mighty Warrior'.
General McArthur Hambrick
General McArthur Hambrick is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. He is a graduate of Texas Christian University, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance. General also studied dance at American Ballet Theatre, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre. School. He was a soloist with the Fort Worth Ballet, and Hartford Ballet Companies, Dancers Unlimited in Dallas Texas and Minnesota Dance Theatre in Minneapolis, under the artistic direction of Lise Houlton, where he was awarded the 1999 McKnight Fellowship for his achievements in the dance community. He was also the recipient of the 2001 Natalie Skelton Achievement Award and the 2001 Wyoming Arts Council Performing Arts Fellowship. His musical theatre credits include both the Broadway and National touring companies of Cats, Miss Saigon, and Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera. General also toured with A Chorus Line. Regional credits include Swing, Once On This Island and The King and I. He appeared as guest vocalist along with Della Reese on the PBS special; With Ozzie and Ruby: Life Is. Mr. Hambrick served as director and choreographer of the Centennial Singers, a musical theatre touring group, from the University of Wyoming. Mr. Hambrick joined the faculty of West Virginia University’s School of Theatre & Dance in the fall of 2012 as a professor.
A native of Portland Oregon, she performed on Broadway in Meet Me in St. Louis, and in the National tours of Cats, Promises, Promises, The Tap Dance Kid, Barnum, Gigi, and Colette. Carol recently performed in Sweet Charity at Pioneer Theater Company in SLC, Utah. Her choreography credits include A Celebration of Women in the Arts for the Kennedy Center, The Late Show with David Letterman, Last Dance at The York Theatre, Two Gentlemen of Verona for The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Nine for New York University. She was Associate Choreographer for Tony Stevens on Sweet Charity for the Istanbul Grand Opera, Sheba, Promises, Promises, Bye, Bye Birdie, and several Industrials. She also assisted Michael Smuin on the film of The Fantasticks and Ted Pappas on The Pajama Game for the New York City Opera, Kismet at The Canadian Opera, Cabaret, Company at The Pittsburgh Public Theater, and A Funny Thing...Forum at The Goodspeed Opera House. Carol has taught theater dance, jazz, tap and ballet at New York University, Penn State, American University, UMass Amherst, Baldwin Wallace University, Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center, and at AMDA. For Camp Broadway this summer, she directed and/or choreographed Once on This Island, AIDA and Seusical. Regionally she has played Sheila in A Chorus Line, Rosie in Bye, Bye Birdie, Erma in Anything Goes, Madame Grimaldi in George M!, Electra in Gypsy, and Conchalla in the The Late Henry Moss. She received her BFA in Ballet from the University of Utah and resides in New York City.
Jill Gorrie is an international choreographer, director and educator. As a performer, Jill has danced at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The St. James Theatre on Broadway, numerous regional theaters throughout the country, on Broadway national tours, and across Europe as the dance captain of the musical Grease. She can be seen dancing in the films The Stepford Wives (Starring Nicole Kidman), A Clear Blue Tuesday and in the short film, Fantacy in Dutch. As resident director/choreographer, Jill works with the international tour of Grease, an ongoing production with which she has been affiliated for 20 years. She has had the honor of restaging Grease productions in cities such as Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Istanbul, and Byblos, Lebanon.
Jill is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (B.F.A. in Dance), and received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University. Her early training was with Barbara Mullen at the Londonderry Dance Academy and at the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers in Worcester Massachusetts. As a teen-ager, Jill spent summers at the Boston Ballet Summer Intensive and had the honor of studying with historical jazz dance masters, Gus Giordano, Matt Mattox, Luigi, and many of their protégés. Jill’s diverse teaching career spans The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA), CAP21, New York University, San Diego State University, Mesa College, SD-SCPA, Shenandoah Conservatory, The American Academy of Ballet, Academie Danza (Modena, Italy), Hochschule fur Musik und Theatre (Munich, Germany) and The South African Society for the Advancement of Dancing (Johannesburg). Jill has served as an adjudicator, and guest teacher for dance organizations, competitions, conventions, theatre schools and private dance studios worldwide, having students go on to succeed in all aspects of the performance industry.
Christina is a graduate of Dean College with her A.A. in Dance and Trustees Prize in Dance and The University of the Arts where she earned her B.F.A. in Modern Dance Performance. She has performed professionally with Philadelphia's Contempra Dance Theatre, Boston Dance Company, and New York's Perceptions Contemporary Dance Company. Professional regional theater credits include Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Mary Poppins, A Christmas Carol, Footloose, The Producers, Sweet Charity, Seussical: The Musical, and Charlotte’s Web. Other credits include MTV's "Say It In Song", Forever Blonde, and the 80th Anniversary Tour of the Martha Graham Dance Company. She has taught master classes at Broadway Dance Center, University of New Hampshire, The Gold School, and for New York City's Stage Door Connections. Her choreography has been presented at The Dance Complex and Third Life Choreographers' Series in Boston, The Drake Theater of Philadelphia, New Hampshire's Palace Theatre and Majestic Theatre, and Martha's Vineyard Built on Stilts Performing Arts Festival. International tour credits include: dance captain of "The Aluminum Show." This Fall, Christina will be joining the national tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Wesley Foster is a native New Englander who first attended TTTC as a student in 2008. He is a graduate of Thomas Edison State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. He currently resides in New York City, where he has continued to study acting at T. Schreiber Theatre, as well as Kimball Studios. Wesley is a member of SAG-AFTRA and has appeared in several independent films, network television shows, and commercials. Outside of acting, he also works in the industry as a Field Producer and Camera Operator for Waves Media and as a Production Assistant for Sharp Entertainment. Independently, he has written and directed over fifteen short films, music videos, and commercials.
Devereux Geiger is a freelance pianist, vocalist, teacher and composer living on the North Shore of MA. In addition to teaching music at LDA In addition to teaching music at LDA he works as a church worship arts director, a music director at ImprovBoston, plays keys with the band JBJ and Blended Family, and works as an MD for musicals. Devereux grew up just a few minutes' drive from LDA and loves coming back home to teach.