2018-19 Intensive Company
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Janet is a Pittsburgh Native by way of Virginia who moved to the Lilburn area four years ago. After seeing a local theatre group fund-raising at a farmer’s market, Janet offered her home to host a fund-raiser and hasn’t looked back. She has worked with Staged Right Theatre on several productions, and has several stage credits including “Pizza Delivery boy” in Live Art’s production of Hot L Baltimore, “Pizza Harris” delivery boy in Staged Right’s production of Bug, and “Mrs. Harper” in Lionheart’s production of Tom Sawyer. Janet is very excited to learn more about what it takes to turn the written word into a work of art. She enjoys crochet, gardening, traveling and her ’87 El Camino.
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Andrea Hermitt has a BA in Fine Arts from the University of New York at Albany as well as a Paralegal degree (don’t ask). Let’s just say she is both creative and analytical. She has been busy in the costume department at Live Arts for the past few years and somehow found herself on the board, which means producing duties, which she enjoys more than she expected. This led her to desire to improve her understanding and skills in the area of directing, with the end goal being a better producer. She is grateful to be accepted into the Directing intensive class and looks forward to creating in this exciting discipline of theatre. She has a creative child Jordan, and an analytical child, Jackson (both grown) as well as a business executive husband who puts up with her artsy-fartsy nature.
Alison Lee is excited to be a part of Live Arts Theatre Acting Intensive. Alison Lee has had the pleasure of performing three LAT productions; Miracle on South Division Street (Beverly), Fahrenheit 451 (Mildred), and Evelyn in Purgatory (Candace). Her peformance experience includes working with BK productions Annie and Fiddler on the Roof (Assistant Choreographer), White Christmas (Ensemble/Dance Captain) and A Chorus Line (Kristine/Dance Captain). She was seen in PW’s production of Legally Blonde (DA Joyce Riley/Principle Dancer), Red, Hot and Cole (Irene Castle/Principal Dancer) and she received a MAT award for her performance in Marietta Theatre Company’s production of 9 to 5, the Musical. In addition to performing, Alison Brady was the Competition Franchise Tap Teacher with the Fusion Dance Company for 6 years. Her other choreography credits include Legally Blonde and Annie, Jr. at South Forsyth Middle School. Alison works in Sustainability at Georgia-Pacific and holds Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Iowa State University and a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University.
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Robbie is thrilled to be taking part in Live Arts Theatre’s Directing Intensive Program. Previously, he has directed productions of The Dining Room(twice), Almost Maine, and Romeo and Juliet. He is also the founder of both Staged Right Theatre, and Gwinnett Classical Theatre Company.