Born in New York, Alicia studied dance at SUNY (State University of New York) in Purchase. She studied theatre, dance, and singing at several renowned schools in Manhattan. After several summers of performing in summer stock musical productions across the United States, she toured as a dancer with Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus.
Alicia moved to Paris to pursue her passion, and became a dance teacher in several regions. She also taught in Florence, Italy. She has lived in Strasbourg for more than twenty years, where she continues to teach and choreograph. She co-founded the Young Actors Theater Strasbourg, where she is the resident choreographer and dance instructor.
Juliana is a founding member and Music Director for Broadway Theater International and Young Actors Theater Strasbourg. She conducts musical theater productions, teaches vocal workshops, leads the Sunday Afternoons a cappella singing group, and gives private voice lessons. She specializes in teaching safe and effective vocal technique that produces beautiful sound in a healthy way. She also trains her students on singing in parts, audition skills, and performance techniques.
Hailed as “A Major Talent” in Opera Now’s listing of the best operatic singers, Juliana won international critical acclaim for her many roles with major opera companies throughout the United States and Europe. She has sung leading roles with such companies as Lyric Opera Chicago, New York City Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Seattle Opera, Washington National Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater, Michigan Opera Theater, and many more.
She created roles in many new works, including Catherine in the world premiere of William Bolcom’s A View From the Bridge, which was released on CD. She also regularly performs in a cirque-cabaret show, which involves singing, improvisation, and dance.
Victor studied music and theater at Northwestern University in Chicago. He has performed in plays, musicals, opera, and cabaret in theaters across the United States and Europe. He is known for immersing himself in the characters he plays, and he enjoys the collaborative process of live theater.
His teaching and directing focus on using the body to help actors discover and mold the characters they create. Using improvisation and games, Victor’s students build skills and tools that allow them to feel comfortable in front of an audience and to trust their fellow performers.
Along with leading theater workshops, Victor teaches voice, and has directed many musical and theater productions. He enjoys sharing his love of theater with a new generation of young people.
Hazel handles the financial accounts and all practical and logistical questions for the company. She has many years of professional experience as an administrative assistant in a multilingual environment, and she has served as Front of House and Stage Manager with an amateur anglophone theater company in Strasbourg.
David is the driving force behind Broadway Theater International. He was an English teacher at the University of Strasbourg in France, but his real passion has always been theater, and he has been an amateur actor and director for more than 20 years. Two of the plays that he directed were submitted to the Festival of European Anglophone Theatre Societies (FEATS): Watson in Winter (2013), Lunch Girls (2017), and The Elephant Calf (2019).
As a father of four and a teacher all his life, David is adept at relating to and handling students of all ages, and loves to transmit his love of acting, singing, and dancing to the next generation. He believes that with the right blend of encouragement and thoughtful teaching, every child is capable of blossoming on stage and mining their artistic talents.
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