Summer 2017 Guest Faculty Bios
Dani Goldstein made her stage debut in BCCT's production of 'Bye Bye Birdie' and went on to appear in many of their other productions including; 'Beauty and the Beast' (Belle), 'Seussical' (Gertrude McFuzz) and 'Wizard of Oz' (Dorothy). She made her professional debut in Surflight Theatres '42nd Street'. Dani has appeared regionally in New Bedford Festival Theatres 'Singin' In The Rain' (Kathy Seldon), Reagle Music Theatre's ' A Chorus Line'(Val) OPTC 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' (Sarah), 'Legally Blonde' and 'SITR' with PCLO and the reading of 'Theory of Relatively' (Jenny)at Goodspeed Opera House. She had the pleasure of singing and dancing in 'The Gershwin Spectacular' with The Boston Pops at Symphony Hall in Boston. Favorite conservatory credits include; 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', 'Into the Woods' and 'Smile!' She spent a year on the high seas in Carnival's 'Mamma Mia' as Ali/Sophie cover. This year Dani was blessed to make her NYC debut in 'Candide' at Lincoln Center under the direction of the illustrious Hal Prince and spent the remainder of the season with NYCO as a Dance Capt, Swing and Assistant to the Choreographer. Dani holds a BFA in Musical Theatre with a concentration in Dance from The Boston Conservatory. She is represented by Clear Talent Group NYC and is a proud member of Actors Equity Association, the professional union of actors. Dani is thrilled to return to BCCT as an educator!
L'ogan J'ones began his acting career with BCCT when he was five years old and performed in every show until he graduated in 2011. He is a two time NJACT Perry Award winner for his roles as The Cat in the Hat in SEUSSICAL and Josh Baskin in BIG THE MUSICAL. L'ogan has been back at BCCT choreographing numbers in PETER PAN, LION KING JR. and A CHRISTMAS STORY. In the summer of 2016 L'ogan appeared in the World Premiere of THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL as an Electric Skate/Ensemble. The show will be moving to Broadway as SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS in December 2017. Other professional credits include: Sonny (GREASE) and Dan (JOSEPH...DREAMCOAT) at the St. Louis MUNY; FOOTLOOSE (Jeter), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (Young Hoofer), LEGALLY BLONDE, MARY POPPINS (Assistant Choreographer), GYPSY, THE WEDDING SINGER at Pittsburgh; and MARY POPPINS (Dance Captain) at Theater Under the Stars in Houston. In July 2017 L'ogan was Associate Choreography and Dance Instructor at Music Academy International in Mezzano, Italy. He is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan (GO BLUE!) with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Ethnic Studies. L'ogan is represented by CGF TALENT and is a member of Actors Equity Association. www.loganjones.me
Alex Prakken is a New York based actor. He toured the country in the First National Tour of Disney's NEWSIES, playing Oscar Delancey, and understudying Jack Kelly and Davey. Regional credits include: LES MISERABLES (Muny), SOME PEOPLE HEAR THUNDER (Capital Repertory), NEXT TO NORMAL (Farmers Alley), and THE SECRET GARDEN (Stages St. Louis). Alex is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA in Musical Theatre.
Adam Quinn This fall, Quinn served as the Creative Assistant on the Broadway production of Dear Evan Hansen at The Music Box Theatre. Associate Director: Beatsville (Asolo Rep) Paint Your Wagon, Grease (5th Avenue Theatre), Little Shop of Horrors (5th Avenue Theatre/ACT Theatre), and Elf (Paper Mill Playhouse). Assistant Director: Dear Evan Hansen and A Parallelogram (2econd Stage Theatre), Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn (Goodspeed Opera House), First Date (first workshop at the 5th Avenue Theatre), Once On This Island (Paper Mill Playhouse), Rent (5th Avenue) and Working (Broadway in Chicago). Proud graduate of University of Michigan - BFA, Directing. Next: Twist (in development). www.adamquinn.net @adamrquinn
Fall 2017 Faculty Bios
Heather Campagno is a graduate of Montclair State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Speech. She is a co-founder of BCCT and has been directing, musically directing and choreographing productions for BCCT as well as for various other children and teen venues since 1992. In addition, she has also been teaching performing arts to children as the Director of Actors’ Playhouse for almost 15 years. Heather is the Director of Educational Programming at Stages.
Additional bios to come.