Sharon Arsenault (Piano and Voice Instructor and Summer Theatre Camp Director) been teaching and directing for well over 20 years. She started in MA at Theatre at the Mount and has been seen at theatres such as The Rep, The Rochester Opera House, Garrison Players and her own theatre company, Millworks Theatre Troupe, where she has been a Director and a Music Director. She has also been a voice and piano instructor as well as Drama teacher at Tri-City Christian Academy.
She teaches beginning level piano, audition coaching and voice for performance on stage and has had past students go on to perform on Broadway and on National Tours, and be accepted into programs at Berkley, Emerson and Hartt School of Music.
She studied voice and piano with William Asher and has a BA in Criminal Psychology from Liberty University. Sharon lives in Rollinsford, NH with her daughter Sarah, and her dog Broadway, who performs nightly when Sharon arrives home.
Subjects offered: Beginning piano, voice, and theatre/acting/coaching.
Kathy Fink (piano instructor and musical theater) has been seen at many area theaters as both pianist and musical director. She teaches all levels & styles of piano, co-leads the Fourth Street Jazz Choir, serves as choral instructor at the Cocheco Academy of the Arts (CATA), and is the Director of Music for St Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Dover.
She has a BA in piano performance & MA in music history from UNH. Her accompanying career began at the age of 9 for the 4th grade chorus in Leeds, England. She accompanied first full-length musical at age 15. Kathy has worked at Prescott Park Arts Festival, the Rochester Opera House, the Rep, The Bell Center, Hackmatack Playhouse, the Palace Theatre, Garrison Players, Governor’s Inn, Players Ring, and more!
You may recognize her from the local band Crossfire, which she played in from 1979-1988. Kathy lives in Dover with her husband Greg, and her beagle Cookie who offers moral support!
Subjects offered: Intermediate/advanced piano and voice.
Michael Wingate Seavey
Michael Wingate Seavey is a working actor, touring musician, regional recording artist, and technical designer. Born and raised in Rochester, New Hampshire, Seavey has dedicated his life to the study and practice of music, theatre, and art.
As a musician, he has toured nationally with multiple performing outfits, worked extensively in regional recording studios, and honed a proficiency in over a dozen instruments and a vast array of musical styles.
As an actor, he received classical training at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Informed by technical methods and a background in renaissance/neoclassical theatre, Seavey has performed professionally on stages throughout New England.
Seavey currently serves as the Production Assistant at the Rochester Opera House, regularly working as an actor, lighting technician, sound engineer, and scenic designer.
Subjects offered: Trumpet, guitar, acting, fight choreography, coaching.