Meet Our Staff
Artists in residence
BROADWAY: Peter Parker in SPIDERMAN: TURN OFF THE DARK, Drew in ROCK OF AGES, and BONNIE AND CLYDE. TV/FILM: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR: LIVE on NBC, LAW & ORDER: SVU, MR ROBOT, ROYAL PAINS, BIG EXIT, STORMCHASER and more! Justin has also performed across the country singing the music of QUEEN with a live symphony.
Actor/ Director/ Choreographer
Cohosts a weekly Arts radioshow/podcast called Chew the Scene with Lauren and Danny A talkshow airing weekly on Thursdays from 1-2PM...ish EST on Homegrownradionj. A casual sitdown with artists of all types. From Broadway to Books and Beyond. Lauren has the gift of gab and knows how to keep a conversation moving forward. She has been fortunate to interview luminary artists in the business such as Broadway legend Len Cariou, Broadway Spiderman Justin Sargent and star of TV and Stage Dan Lauria. For Lauren's interviews, go to YouTube Lauren Moran Mills
Theatrical Lighting Designer
Tim has been a professional Lighting Designer for over 20 years. He graduated from Syracuse University with a concentration in Lighting Design. He has worked at Arena Stage, The Shakespeare Theater, Bay Street Theater, Syracuse Stage, Pennsylvania Center Stage, The Washington Ballet, RedCat and Celebration Theater. Tim has designed over 200 professional productions in New York, Maryland, DC, Virginia, and California. He is a certified rigger for IATSE. He has been nominated for several Ovation Awards and won the LA Weekly award for Lighting design. In addition to his professional work Tim is an educator. He has taught lighting at Penn State University, California Institute of the Arts and Saddleback College where he has been for 15 years.
American Sign Language Interpreter
Originally from Los Angeles, Sam recently moved to New York City to combine two of her favorite things- theatre and deaf culture. She has been working as a sign language interpreter for the last nine years, with some of her favorite jobs including interpreting for the touring production of Hamilton in Rochester, Shakespeare's First Folio Exhibition: Visual Shakespeare Festival at Gallaudet University, and Bill Nye the Science Guy. While living in California, she was able to work in the office at Deaf West Theatre which was a great first exposure to Deaf theatre. In Rochester, she was a member of Dangerous Signs (an ASL performance group) which provided the opportunity to learn the many facets of theater and develop important skills for the future. One highlight of her time with Dangerous Signs was auditioning for America's Got Talent in 2015. She is currently a grad student at NYU working on her Masters degree in Performing Arts Administration.