Stephen Brotebeck recently served as the Movement Associate on the Tony Award winning Broadway production of Peter and the Starcatcher. Other Broadway: Directing Intern, Ghost The Musical, directed by Matthew Warchus. Regional credits include My Fair Lady (Assistant Dir/Chor) at the Kennedy Center, Songs In The Key of Equality at (Le) Poisson Rouge and Inaugural Great American Songbook Hall of Fame ceremony presented by Michael Feinstein (Choreographer). Stephen holds an MFA from the Directing for the Musical Theatre Stage program at The Pennsylvania State University headed by Susan H. Schulman where he directed and choreographed Kiss Me, Kate, Grey Gardens, Altar Boyz and Steel Magnolias.
Jeff Moulton has been working professionally in the arts for more than a decade, performing on stages and screens across the US and his native Canada. Jeff started dance captaining early in his career and has gone on to assistant choreograph and choreograph stage musicals, workshops, and special events. His work behind the table was further facilitated by assisting Disney Creative Casting in New York City with auditions for their theme parks, cruise ships, and Broadway Guest Artists. He has assistant directed on regional musicals and commercial works in NYC – most recently assisting a Tony Nominated director on the production lab of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion: The Musical. The new musical he Assistant Directed last year at the Atlantic Theater in Manhattan was named a New York Times' Critic's Pick and went on to win the Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best New Musical.
Gabriela is a native of La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. A former cast member and dance captain for CHICAGO - The Musical on Broadway and National Tours, she has worked with celebrities such as George Hamilton, Marilou Henner, Hal Linden, Taye Digs, Usher, Melanie Griffith, Patrick Swayze, Brooke Shields and more. Her musical theater credits include Roman Holiday (Guthrie), West Side Story, Joseph…Dreamcoat, Carousel and the Vienna and Mexico City companies of CHICAGO where she played the role of "Velma Kelly" in their native language. She also staged the Dusseldorf Company of CHICAGO.
(Musical Director and Arranger)
Andy is currently a New York based composer, musical director, arranger and orchestrator who has worked internationally in 4 countries. Born and raised in Australia, Andy began his training in music at the late age of 15, taking quickly to the piano and composition. He holds a Bachelor of Music (Composition) from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He has worked with Broadway performers such as Alice Ripley, Jeremy Kushnier, Sara Gettlefinger, Euan Morton, Randy Harrison, David Abeles, Natasha Williams, Brian Ogilvie and Thos Shipley and has been mentored by Broadway orchestrator Christopher Janhke (Legally Blonde, Les Miserables, Memphis, The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess). He has played and conducted in international venues such as the Sydney Opera House, Beijing Exhibition Centre, Australian Parliament House & Kula Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. Andy's musical director/orchestrator/arranger credits include: New York: Atomic, Connections, The Severed Hand of Neverland. Asia: Sinbad: The Musical, Kiss Me, Kate. Australia: Atomic, Bare, Pippin and A Chorus Line.
(Musical Director and Arranger)
Lena Gabrielle is a music director, composer/lyricist, orchestrator, and arts educator with a passion for new works development and multi-generational productions. Prior to living in New York, she spent two years music directing, teaching, and developing new theatre in Pittsburgh. Lena has performed her original musicals and cabaret acts nationwide; her latest original musical, Tink!, premiered at the New York Musical Festival in 2016. She continues to work on her one - woman show about mental health and serves as music director/arranger/orchestrator of The Most Miserable Christmas Tree, slated for regional production in
December 2017. Pittsburgh: Sweeney Todd, Jesus Christ Superstar, Next to Normal, Children of Eden. Off-Broadway: New York Animals (Ensemble/Assistant Music Director). Regional:
A Taste of Things to Come (Bucks County Playhouse, Music Director/Co-Orchestrator). Lena is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association and the American Federation of Musicians.
Cornelius Bethea has toured the U.S., Canada and Asia with Chicago as Swing and Mary Sunshine understudy. Aside from performing, he cherishes his chances to nurture future talent working with such programs as StudentsLive! in New York City, Rising Stars in Boston, Broadway Connection on tour and as guest choreographer for Stratford High School in Stratford, CT. An avid, reader, writer and knitter, Mr. Bethea is thrilled to share this experience with you.
CHRISTIE LYNN DEVOE
Christie Lynn Devoe has performed regularly in the NYC area in musical theatre,
theatre, opera, television, and film. A long-time veteran of sketch comedy and improv, she has played venues like Madison Square Garden's Comedy Garden and the Original Improv Comedy Club. As a vocalist she has been seen at NJPAC singing with the New Jersey Symphony. She appeared in the film, Bamboo Shark, with Mickey Rooney. She holds a M.M. in Musical Theatre Vocal Performance as well as an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from NYU. She maintains an active studio of voice students in both NYC and Montclair, NJ.