Abbey is a secondary education major at Madonna University. After graduating, she plans to become a high school English teacher. In addition to working behind the scenes at Ovation Performing Arts, Abbey also performs in the Lyric Theatre productions at Madonna University. In her free time Abbey likes to read, play board games, and watch cartoons!
Elaina is a music therapy student at Eastern Michigan University. While she works towards her degree, Elaina teaches private music lessons, directs a middle school worship team at her church, and performs in musicals when she finds the time. Past shows include: Sound of Music (Elsa), Little Women (Amy March), and High School Musical (Kelsie). Although Elaina loves performing on stage, she has also enjoyed assisting Noelle in 3 of her past productions working backstage. When she is not singing, acting, or teaching, Elaina loves to play piano and violin, as well as reading!
Lori has a Bachelor's degree in Vocal Music Education with a minor in Piano and History from Eastern Michigan University. She holds a Masters Degree in Education from Marygrove College. Lori is a Detroit area native and has worked with many groups, including Inspire Theatre, Livonia Civic Chorus, Ford Motor Company Chorus, Schoolcraft College Choir and as an accompanist and music director for numerous area performances and events. She retired from Livonia Public Schools last year where she served as the Vocal Music Director for the Creative And Performing Arts Program and as a music teacher/choir director at the middle school and elementary level. Currently, Lori gives private piano and voice lessons, is the organist and choir accompanist at Hope Lutheran Church in Dearborn and the choir accompanist for Stevenson High School.
Rebecca Reilly has been dancing, singing and acting since childhood. She performed in many musical theatre productions in the metro Detroit area before pursuing a theatre performance degree at Cedarville University with a minor in theatre design. At Cedarville she appeared in many roles, such as Jo in “Little Women and the Narrator in “Joesph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, for which she received a DayTony Award. After Graduating Rebecca worked in Florida for Drama Kids international as a teacher and was the director of KREW, a children’s performing arts class, at First Bradenton Church.
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