VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP
MEET OUR GUEST ARTISTS
Megan has been working as a professional actor and singer for 20 years. She has performed Off-Broadway, across the country regionally, opened the Venetian in Macau as a opera singer, and toured with the National and International Tours of Sister Act the Musical. Favorite roles include: Rosie in Mamma Mia!, The Chaperone in The Drowsy Chaperone, Marie (The Fairy Godmother) in R&H's Cinderella, The Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music, and Maggie in 42nd Street. When not performing, Megan enjoys yoga, hiking, biking, kayaking, reading, baking, cooking, and petting animals.
A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Morgan McGhee is a New York City-based professional dancer/singer/actress. She has performed in
numerous regional dance and theatre productions around the country, and in February of 2020, she made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning musical Ain't Too Proud.
Morgan received her training in Dance Theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) of New York, where she studied multiple genres of dance, including ballet, jazz, modern, contemporary, ballroom, tap, and partnering. In addition to dance, she also trained in other areas of performance, including acting and vocal production.
Guest Teacher and Vocal Coach
Melissa Whitworth is an actor, singer, and teaching artist based in Orlando, Florida. She has worked for Disney World, Universal Studios, and regional theatres across the US. Favorite credits include
Guest Teacher/Vocal Coach
Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins) at the Broadway Palm, Silent Sky (Henrietta Leavitt) at Mad Cow Theatre, and occasional performances of her own concert Yesterday Once More: A Tribute to the Carpenters. As a clinician and adjudicator, Melissa has worked with singers, actors, and choirs of every age and holds a B.M.E. from the Florida State University
Kate is a born and raised Floridian. Once she moved to NYC after obtaining a B.F.A. in Musical Theater from Penn State University, she quickly found success in her field. She has worked in several regional theaters and joined three national tours, headlining in the second as Mother in Ragtime the Musical, performing in over 100 cities in 48 states
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Chris McCleary serves as the Technical Director for the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre and works as a lighting and sound designer for Prather Productions. Most recently he edited Prather's Virtual Cabaret Series.
Guest Teacher/Acting Coach
Caleb Schaaf is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. Select Theatre credits: Crashlight: A New Musical (The Cherry Lane Theatre), Jim Hardy in Holiday Inn, The Will Rogers Follies (The Dutch Apple Dinner Theater); A Chorus Line (The Gallery Players); The Producers (John W. Engeman Theater). Select Film/TV/Web: Triple Threat (Besties Make Movies Productions), "Stripped" (Pitch Her Productions), Ben Me Over. Instagram: @wilschaaf
Sarah is a Los Angeles native, and a New York transplant! She spent the last 9 months touring to more than half the country leading the First National tour of Escape to Margaritaville. Prior to that, she lived in New York performing Off-
SBroadway and in multiple concerts (Broadway in Bryant Park, Fleet Week, Broadway Barks). Before joining Margaritaville, she spent the holidays singing carols at the Off-Broadway Palm as a Winter Wonderette! Favorite Regional: Katherine Plummer (Newsies), Jo March (Little Women), Gabrielle (Cinderella), and more. Currently, she is hanging out with her three sweet beagles in CA and perfecting her homemade granola recipe! "I can't wait to meet you guys, and spend some time dancing on the island! :)"