Music Theatre Camp Faculty

 

Nickie Kromminga Hill (Program Director) is thrilled to be back for her tenth summer at SLAC! Nickie received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre and Dance from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN. She also holds a MN Teaching License in K-12 Theater and Dance and taught for five years at Anoka Middle School for the Arts. She is a freelance choreographer and has enjoyed working with many schools and theatres in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area including the Guthrie, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, and Main Street School for the Performing Arts, just to name a few. As a performer, Nickie was seen on stages all over the Greater Minneapolis Area. Most notably she has performed at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre where she has been seen in 18 mainstage productions including Mamma MiaHairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar, Footloose, All Shook Up, West Side Story and Singin' In The Rain. Nickie sings with Chick Cheer, a holiday a capella group (www.chickcheer.com) and she is also the founder of the non-profit The Spread Sunshine Gang, an organization dedicated to Random Acts of Kindness and Pay-It-Forward events (thespreadsunshinegang.org) She recently self-published her first book, "Things I'm Thinking About: a daughter's thoughts on the loss of her mom." You can find it on Amazon!

 

 

Bradley Beahen (Vocal Instructor), a native to Minnesota, ventured out east to study musical theater at Carnegie Mellon University.  ('03)  Bradley returned to the Twin Cities after college and found a home on the Mcknight Stage at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Chanhassen Dinner Theater, and St. Paul's History Theatre.  After a wonderful run in MN, Bradley ventured out to NYC and has worked regionally for the last 15 years.  Favorite theaters include American Heartland Theatre (Kansas City) Gem Theatre (Detroit) Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Maltz Jupiter (FLA) Lyric Theater of Oklahoma, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Mountain Playhouse (PA), and Theatre Aspen (CO)

Bradley made his return to Minneapolis four years ago and has been working primarily as a Musical Director throughout the Twin Cities as well as Resident Music Director at Normandale Community College.  Recent credits include “Plaid Tidings” and “Winter Wonderettes” at Lyric Arts, “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” at Old Log Theatre, “Mamma Mia” at the Channhassen Dinner Theatre, “Title of Show” at Normandale Community College and the world premiere workshop of “Pansy Craze”  (written by Max Wojtanowicz and Michael Gruber) for the NEXT Festival at Theatre Latte Da.

 

Jenna Mee Dosch (Music Director) received her Bachelor of Arts from Luther College and her Master of Music from Southern Illinois University and has worked at educational and regional theaters around the country. Some of her favorite credits include: ROCK OF AGES and THE FULL MONTY (McLeod Summer Playhouse), NEXT TO NORMAL (CU Boulder), THE LAST FIVE YEARS  and most recently, SNAPSHOTS with Stephen Schwartz (ACT of Connecticut.) Jenna is also a team member of Rock The Audition with Sheri Sanders and contributed to the revised second edition of Rock The Audition: How to Prepare for and Get Cast in Rock Musicals.