Trey Lundquist

Trey Lundquist is an alumni of the Berklee College of Music, where he majored in drumset performance, with extra focuses on musical theater and vocal pedagogy. Originally from South Carolina before making the move to the Greater Boston area in 2012, Trey taught … More info…

Tom Natola

Tommy Natola has been a positive influence in many young lives over the years. His passion for theater has inspired him to write, direct and produce a variety of plays for young children. In doing so, it allows him the flexibility to change the play to fit the children’s talents, creativity and individual personalities. More info…

Ellie Ault

Ellie is an Easton, MA native and a recent graduate of Bridgewater State University with a degree in English Literature! Ellie has taught and choreographed at Easton Collaborative Theatre, Old Colony YMCA, and In The Wings Academy of Dance and is enthusiastic about educating youth to be confident and self-accepting. More info…

Katie Ault

Katie is a recent graduate from Bridgewater State University where she studied English and Sociology. Katie has also choreographed at Easton Collaborative Theatre and taught Musical Theatre classes at the Old Colony YMCA. She believes that every student has the same potential and ability to succeed in their own way. She is also passionate about instilling self-confidence, self-worth, and self-respect in her students by More info…

Alex Sweeney

Alex Sweeney holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Dean College. While at Dean, Alex played lead roles in several mainstage productions including Godspell, Spring Awakening, Noises Off, The Odd Couple and Cabaret. Recent performance credits include Mayzie in Seussical and Babette in Beauty and the Beast for The Family Performing Arts Center in Bridgewater MA. … More info…

Dori Bryan Ployer Bio

Dori Bryan Ployer, MMAS Artistic Director and Director of Education, is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory, Cambridge College, and Emerson College and is currently pursuing her doctorate in education through Lesley University. Dori has directed and choreographed throughout Southeastern Massachusetts including Bay Colony Productions, The Buckley Performing Arts Center, and Dean College. Some of Dori’s credits include: Spring Awakening, Godspell, Chicago, Rent, Hairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Producers. Dori is an adjudicator for the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild (METG) and a respondent for The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). Most recently Dori was invited to become a board member on the Holbrook Cultural Council. Dori has been nationally recognized for her work as an educator, director, and choreographer. More info…

Derrick Lacasse Bio

Derrick Lacasse is a Music Director/Voice Teacher in the Greater Boston Area. His students have been accepted into music programs at Syracuse University (Music Education); University of Southern Maine (Music Education); Maine All-State (Chorus, Jazz Choir); Maine District 2 (Band, Chorus); Ithaca University (Summer Music Intensive). Derrick recently received an honor in Education from The Chamber of Commerce: Young Professionals of Lewiston-Auburn 40 Under 40. He has served as the Music Director for many productions including; The Lion King Jr., James and The Giant Peach Jr., Suessical, Pippin, Legally Blonde, Little Mermaid Jr., The Addams Family, and Annie Jr. Originally from Maine, Derrick moved to Boston to pursue a Master’s degree in Music Therapy from Lesley University. Derrick graduated from the Crane School of Music at the State University of New York in Potsdam, NY in 2014 with a degree in Music Education and a concentration in voice and music in special education. He has performed in many different venues including Avery Fisher Hall and The Duplex in NYC. During his undergraduate years, Derrick was the Music Director for the award winning a cappella group, The Potsdam Pointercounts. Derrick is also an avid performer, some of his favorite roles include: Gaston in Beauty and The Beast, The Dentist, Bernstein, Mrs. Luce, Skip Snip, and Patrick in Little Shop of Horrors, Cliff in Cabaret, Baker in Into the Woods, Corny Collins in Hairspray, Sir Galahad in Spamalot, Mereb in Aida, and Leaf Coneybear in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling. Derrick is thrilled to join the artistic team at MMAS and spearhead the music and voice program at the MMAS Academy. More info…

Vincent Ratsavong Bio

Vincent Ratsavong is a Director/Choreographer pursuing a Masters in Theatre Education and Community at Emerson College. He studied Ballet Performance at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and graduated from Dean College in Franklin, MA with a B.A. in Theatre. Vincent has worked and performed with: Pennsylvania Ballet; The Maine State Ballet; Everett Dance Theatre; Portland Ballet; Doug Varone and Dancers; Androscoggin Dance Company; among others. He is a two time Irene Ryan Nominee and 2015 Semi-Finalist for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1. He won first place at The 2015 NATS Boston Song Festival. He was awarded as a Creative Genius in the 40 Young Professionals Under 40 in The Lewiston/Auburn Chamber of Commerce and Uplift Magazine Competition. He was Executive Producer for the Miss Maine America Organization and former Artistic Director for Community Little Theatre in Auburn, ME. More info…