Ali Vice loves everything musical theatre and has been doing musicals since 6th grade. She has been dancing since she was three and has trained in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, Irish-step, and contemporary. In 2011, she received her BA in Theatre/Dance from Principia College in Elsah, IL. Ali moved to Seattle 7 years ago and has been dancing with Splinter Dance Company, Lucia Neare's Theatrical Wonders, and Pratidhwani. She has been working for Seattle's Performers for 5 years and loves seeing the kids work hard for something they are passionate about.
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Danny Kam holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Western Washington University with dual concentrations in Acting and Directing. Since graduating, he has become an active member of the Seattle theatre community as a singer/actor, director and teaching artist. As a performer, Danny has worked with The 5th Avenue Theatre, Village Theatre, ACT, ArtsWest, Contemporary Classics, Seattle Musical Theatre and Mount Baker Theatre, among others. As a teacher, he frequently works with Village Theatre KIDSTAGE and is an avid vocal coach at Kaleidoscope School of Music. He was also recently the recipient of The 5th Avenue Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical. Danny has directed several Seattle's Performers productions and is the private voice instructor for our program.
Kevin Baron fell in love with theatre by attending shows at Seattle Children’s Theatre throughout his childhood, and started acting at age seven. Later, in the drama program at Kamiak High School (Mukilteo, WA), Kevin learned the trades of set and property fabrication, lighting design, and technical crew operation. While studying computer engineering and informatics at the University of Washington, he was able to design, cast, costume, direct, and tech his own Jekyll and Hyde room at the Hansee Haunted House. Musically, he enjoys playing various instruments and has sung in three local choirs. Kevin has been working with Seattle's Performers for nearly 3 years.
Lizzy Stone was born and raised in Kalamazoo, Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts with a concentration in Musical Theatre Performance. She found her love of teaching as a Director with Kalamazoo Kids on Stage, a theatre summer camp she attended as a kid. Over the years, Lizzy has continued to teach and perform regionally until recently relocating to Seattle. Her favorite credits include The Little Mermaid (Ariel), My Fair Lady (Eliza), and South Pacific (Nellie). Lizzy is very excited to join the Seattle’s Performers team and looks forward to a year full of creativity and fun.
MEET OUR EDUCATORS
Sandy Sonko is the founding Artistic Director of Seattle’s Performers. Sandy has had a love of theatre since she was a small child, and has participated in several regional theatre productions. Sandy studied Music and Theatre at the University of the Ozarks and holds a degree in Early Childhood Education from North Idaho College and Child Development/Music from the University of Idaho. After years of teaching music and theatre at several Seattle preschools and elementary schools, Sandy wanted to open a children’s musical theatre program that would cater to the youngest of performers. Seattle’s Littlest Performers was established in 2010 and there has been no looking back.
Chloé Cavender~ is a Seattle-based actor and teacher, and is delighted to join the Seattle's Performers Team! A transplant from North Idaho, she has previously taught at Expressions School of Performing Arts, Davis Studios, Naples Elementary School, Coeur D'Alene Summer Theatre, and Bella Note Music Studios. She was the conductor of Swinging on A Star Children's Choir, and founded Bella Note Children's Choir. She also helped to found an educational theatre program in Newport, WA that brought theatre to outlying and rural elementary schools. Chloé received her Bachelor's from the University of Idaho and the Lionel Hampton School of Music.
Sadie Quinsaat is beginning her third year of working at Seattle’s Performers and can’t wait for another year of acting, singing, dancing, and learning with all the kids! Sadie has always loved performing; she has received years of training in classical voice as well as in several disciplines of dance and has been signing in choirs for over 10 years. She incorporates her passion for music and performing as well as her goals for student enrichment both at Seattle’s Performers as well as in pursuing her degree in Music Education at the University of Washington. She aims to always create a positive space for expression and encouragement and strives to highlight the talents found in each student through the performing arts.
Doug Graham is a Actor, Educator and Producing Artistic Director of The Fern Shakespeare Company. Originally from Kansas City, he earned his BFA in Acting from Drake University. From 2006 – 2016 he worked as a Senior Education Artist and Company Member with The Atlanta Shakespeare Company. In 2010 he founded The Fern Shakespeare Company with his wife Jessica. In 2016 Doug and The Fern relocated to Seattle where he has had the pleasure of working as an actor and educator with Book-It Repertory, Seattle Children’s Theater and The Village Theater.