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Stacy is thrilled to bring the culmination of her experience in theatre, education, and business to Revival Performing Arts Center as the Director of Education. Stacy has been a professional performer, director, choreographer, and theater educator for almost 30 years. Her favorite roles include performing as Molly Brown in the National Tour of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Cassie in A Chorus Line, Anna in The King and I, Evita in Evita, Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Peter Pan in Peter Pan, Velma in Chicago, and Polly in Crazy for You. A Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude graduate of Duke University with a B.A. in Theatre with minors in English and Business, Stacy has performed in all 48 Continental United States, Canada, and England. She founded her own dance company as a High School Junior which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. She is also the founder of Theatre Kid Audition Coaching, an educational platform serving over 100,000 theatre kids across the world, and the Broadway 2 A Day Experience. Her favorite role in life is mother to her two fantastic daughters, Olivia and Cecilia.
Mezzo-Soprano, Adeline Cho, performed in concerts, church services, musicals, and festivals throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and the northern Maryland region. She built her reputation as a vocalist after winning 1st place at the 2020 Korean Liberation Day Talent Contest, 2nd Place at the Korean American Talent Contest 2017, and as a 3rd place winner of the Korean Liberation Day Singing Contest 2017. In addition to her performing experience, Adeline had the opportunity to worship lead as the main vocalist and guitarist at Lifepoint Fellowship Church. Otherwise, she voluntarily sings as a backup vocalist with worship bands at her home church, Dover Korean Baptist Church, and at her Bible College. When the opportunity came, she donated her talent for mission-funding festivals, benefit concerts, special occasion church services, and banquet ceremonies.
Adeline is a graduate of Lancaster Bible College’s Bachelor of Arts in the music program. With over 15 years of singing experience, Adeline is a versatile singer and performed Musical Theatre, Korean Pop, Opera/Classical, Jazz, CCM (Christian Contemporary), and American Pop music. Along with her performing credentials, she taught young children (ages 7-11) as a summer instructor and as a music instructor for choral and string ensembles at Delaware Korean School for 2 years. Adeline also teaches private voice lessons to beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. Her goal in lessons is for each of her students to gain confidence in their singing voice by building strong vocal foundations.
Anthony Cracchiolo ( www.anthonycdrums.com ) is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and Downingtown High School. He is a professional musician and has been teaching drums and percussion in Chester, Montgomery, Berks & Lancaster, Pennsylvania since 2001. A gifted percussionist with an M.A. in Performance from Berklee College of Music, Anthony has developed as a performer as well as a teacher of all styles and theory. He's inspired generations of local drummers, many of whom have been recommended through the Downingtown Area School District Music Department. Some have gone on to pursue their passion for music at Juilliard, Berklee College of Music, West Chester, and Temple University. Over the past 20 years, Anthony has gained significant experience in modifying percussion for a range of special needs students. His caring yet disciplined approach to teaching the art of percussion to special needs children has helped students from their early elementary years through high school, and some into their late twenties.
Anthony's years of performance experience includes various cover, wedding and original bands. See www.anthonycdrums.com for student / parent testimonials and more.
Daniel Grayberg was thrilled to return to the production team for Godspell at Revival Productions. No stranger to the stage, his performance career spans over 10 years. Favorite credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus, Simon, Annas), Assassins (Balladeer/Lee Harvey Oswald), and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Joseph) to name a few. He has musically directed productions such as Sweeney Todd: School Edition, Hairspray, Les Misérables: School Edition, and many others. He obtained his B.M. and M.A.T. from Westminster Choir College, and currently teaches Middle School and High School Ensemble at The Academy of Notre Dame de Namur. He also enjoys teaching private voice lessons to students of all ages. All of my love to Heather, Eden, and Selah.
Heather Grayberg is a professional performer, choreographer, and director in the Greater Philadelphia area. Originally from southern New Jersey, she moved to Coatesville in 2015 and fell in love with the area! With a career spanning over twenty years, she has performed professionally across the country and has spent recent years working on creative teams throughout the region. She recently resigned as the Dance Coordinator/Professor of Dance and Musical Theatre at Lancaster Bible College where she served as a director and choreographer on many productions, most recently Ruth: A Sight and Sound Original Show. She holds a B.M. in Musical Theatre from Westminster College of the Arts and is currently working on her M.A. in Arts Management and Executive Leadership from Rider University. Heather is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Above all else, her greatest role is being the mother of her two daughters and wife to Daniel.
Matthew is a performer, voice teacher, music teacher, and conductor. Currently, a graduate student at West Chester University, Matthew is a candidate for the Master of Music in Music Education with a concentration in Vocal Performance. He has research interests in vocal science/health and vocal pedagogy for trans singers/teachers of singing. He received his Bachelor of Music with a double major in Vocal Performance and Music Education from Seton Hill University, with secondary studies in music composition, piano, and saxophone. Matthew's experience as a performer and conductor includes opera, musical theater, solo recitals, liturgical music, and major-work ensembles. His most memorable performances are Prince Phillipe from A Dinner Engagement, Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz, and performing Carmina Burana with the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra. He has worked as a music educator in both public and private K-12 settings with experience teaching all levels of instrumental, choral, general music, and as a private music instructor since 2016. Matthew hopes to share his love of music with his students and audiences.
Nicole Monville received a Bachelor of the Arts in Dance with a minor in Film and Media Studies from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. Currently Nicole is an adjunct dance professor at Lancaster Bible College teaching jazz. Nicole is also traveling the country as an adjudicator for Celebration Talent Competition and Legacy Dance Championships. In addition to judging, directing, and teaching at LBC, Nicole is a dance educator for local dance programs, as well as traveling to teach guest artist classes and at summer intensive programs.
Nicole is the founder/director of The Catalyst Collection Dance Company; a contemporary dance company whose purpose is to initiate change, evoke thought, and create opportunities through art in the community. Her choreography has been nominated for various awards and presented in festivals in Pittsburgh and Lancaster. Her choreography “insta.BOND” for newMOVES Contempoary Dance Festival was named one of the eight most affective dance performances of Pittsburgh alongside other artists and companies such as Tyce Diorio and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
Nicole has worked with many artists and companies such as Exhalations Dance Theatre at Millennium Dance Complex Pittsburgh, where she was a resident choreographer and dancer. She has also worked with Pearlann Porter at The Space Upstairs with the Pillow Project in Pittsburgh as a performer and an intern, as well as Jump Rhythm Jazz Project, Tara Madsen, Ursula Payne, and Cindy Nehr.
Patrick O'Neill is a private music teacher at Revival Performing Arts Conservatory! Patrick graduated from West Chester University in 2019 with a Bachelor's in Music Education on keyboard. Along with playing the piano, Patrick is also a violinist, trumpeter, and vocalist. Patrick is the elementary orchestra director at Collegium Charter School in Exton, PA and was the assistant director and accompanist in Revival's "Sweeney Todd" production. Outside of teaching music, Patrick's hobbies are hiking, being with friends and family, and jet skiing!
Kristen Tucker Paladino was born and raised in Maryland and began her professional dance training at The Academy of the Dance in Wilmington, DE. She quickly became a principal member of the Wilmington Ballet Company and later, the Brandywine Ballet Company. During her summers, she also trained with the Pennsylvania Ballet, the Boston Ballet, and the Houston Ballet. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance Performance from Towson University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance Performance and Choreography from Florida State University. During her career, she has had the opportunity to dance many lead roles such as Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker, as well as the lead role of Giselle. She has worked with many famous dance and film names, most notably the late Geoffrey Holder, and Suzanne Farrell. Kristen has over 20 years of teaching experience and has also taught internationally, joining the ballet faculty at In Motion School of Dance in Bermuda. Kristen continues to bring her knowledge and expertise to the local community through teaching master classes and directing rehearsals for Lionville School of Dance.