A native Houstonian, Brad received his degree in music and communications from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. While in school, Brad created and sang with "GQ", a barbershop quartet that performed at many Dallas functions and continued to perform after his graduation. Post college, he moved back to Houston and joined The Masquerade Theater as a Resident Company Actor, Marketing Director and a Tribble School instructor. His favorite roles include Danny Zuko, (Grease), Gaston (Beauty & the Beast), Frankie (Forever Plaid), and Freddie (Chess). Brad is now owner and Executive Director of the The Music Box Theater located in Upper Kirby and recognized by the Houston Press as "Best Cabaret" in Houston. He performs their with fellow instructors Luke, Kristina and Rebekah Dahl (also his wife!) almost every weekend of the year.
Rebekah Dahl Scarborough was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Rebekah moved to New York City at age 18 to attend The American Musical Dramatic Academy. In 1996 she decided to make Houston her home and has enjoyed being in the resident acting companies of the A.D. Players (5 years), The Masquerade Theatre (10 years) and an owner, co-founder, writer and actor at The Music Box Theater for the past 4 years. Critically acclaimed performances include Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Adelaide (Guys and Dolls), Annie (Annie Get Your Gun), Joanne (Company), Eva Peron (Evita), Mama Rose (Gypsy), and Maureen (Rent). The Houston Press voted her the reader's choice for best actress in 2008. Rebekah loves being a private acting coach and appears in TV and radio commercials and industrial films. She is represented by Pastorini Bosby talent agency.
Ms. White holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Performance through the Liberal Education for Arts Professionals (LEAP) program and attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City. She has worked extensively as a director, choreographer, dancer, and teacher.
She began her dance training with the Jefferson Ballet Theatre in New Orleans, LA, and continued to study in programs with American Ballet Theatre and The Kirov Academy. For the past three years, Ms. White has been the head of the Dance Department at Fordham High School for the Arts in NY, where she directed and choreographed Urinetown! The Musical! and Cabaret.
She previously was on the faculty for 5 years at Ballet Academy East in Manhattan. She most recently choreographed a production of I Love You, Because in NYC. Last spring, she made her national television debut by choreographing for twenty one pilots on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Ms. White previously was the Dance Captain in Freefall Frostbite, a new musical in the 2013 NYC Fringe Festival, and choreographed several seasons for Vital Theatre Company in NYC, working on musicals such as The Butterfly Girl, The Bully, and The Klezmer Nutcracker. She also directed and choreographed the original musical, Heart of the Tin Trunk, the first
piece of musical theater to be performed at the Festival Hill Institute in Round Top, Texas.
A native of Fall River, Massachusetts, Luke has performed locally with Company On Stage, Upstage Theatre, Fort Bend Theatre, and the Masquerade Theatre, before becoming a Founding Member of the Music Box Theatre. He has been a private and classroom acting instructor for 15 years and has directed numerous student productions including Oklahoma, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oliver, The Sound of Music, Bye Bye Birdie, Guys and Dolls, Into the Woods, Beauty and the Beast, Gilligans Island: The Musical, Adolescence (Original Show- Writer and Director), Notes on Love, and most recently, Next to Normal with Music Box Musicals. Favorite performances include My Fair Lady (Higgins), Jesus Christ Superstar, Producers (Roger), Camelot (Arthur), Oliver (Fagin), Peter Pan (Hook), Oklahoma (Judd), Drowsy Chaperone (Aldolpho), Christmas Carol (Scrooge), Chess (Molokov) and Evita (Peron). He is also featured as Mr. Rodgers the Butler in Houston Public Media’s television show, Manor of Speaking, for which he received an Emmy Nomination. Luke received his degree in theatre arts and philosophy from Fairfield University in Connecticut.
Laura began her theatre career 20 years ago and has performed in over 70 Musicals. She earned her degree in Musical Theater before moving to Houston in 2003 and becoming a Resident Company member for the Masquerade Theatre from 2003-2012. Laura was the Resident Choreographer and received such accolades as the Houston Press Award for Best choreography for a Musical. Some of her favorite credits as a performer include Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine Colgate), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Drowsy Chaperone (Janet), Oliver (Nancy), Producers (Ullah), Gypsy (Gypsy Rose Lee), Grease (Sandy), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) and The Sound of Music (Maria). While working at the Masquerade Theatre Laura created and taught the Dance Program for Grades K-12 in the Tribble School. She has also taught and choreographed for Claire School of Dance, Kinkaid, HITS, Theater Under the Stars, Wildfish, and the Houston Ballet
Guajardo is a Lighting Designer from Pharr Texas and has a BFA in Theatre Production with an emphasis in Lighting Design from the University of Houston. He is currently a freelance lighting designer working with in the Houston region. He has worked as an Assistant Electrician on Mickey Mouse’s Rockin Road Show for Disney Live and is currently the resident lighting designer for Psophonia Dance Co., City dance Co., Next iteration theatre co.; he also is the Resident Lighting and Scenic Designer for The Tribble school of the Performing arts and has designed for various organizations around Houston.
Ashley Noël Peters has stage managed at Queensbury since 2015 and has now since been hired on as Queensbury & Tribble School’s Production/ Resident Stage Manager. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a Minor in Drama from the University of Houston-Downtown. Her professional achievements include an internship Managing at Stages Repertory Theatre, The Ensemble Theatre, Main Street Theatre for the Youth, Obsidian Theatre, and The Barn Theatre in Augusta, MI where she earned her Equity Membership Candidacy.
Contact number: 832.719.7957
Adam W. Delka is a graduate of the musical theatre program from NYC's American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA), and holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Education from Austin College in Sherman, TX. Adam is a full time teacher and performer who currently works in the Lamar Consolidated ISD as a theatre teacher, in addition to teaching private voice lessons, classes at HFAC, Music Box Young Artists, and maintaining a professional performance and directing career in the Houston theatre community. Adam received the Broadwayworld.com Houston award for 2013 Best Choreography with MJR Theatricals Little Shop of Horrors, and was the Director for HFAC's production of Les Miserables, receiving the award for 2014 Best Musical. Adam has directed, music directed and choreographed over 50 productions, including Les Miserables (Director), Little Shop of Horrors (Choreographer), Peter Pan (Music Director), Annie (Music Director), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Choreographer), RENT (Music Director), A Christmas Carol (Music Director), Stephen Sondheim’s Follies (Director, Music Director, Choreographer), Once on this Island (Director, Music Director, Choreographer), Parade (Music Director, Co-Director), and Urinetown (Co-Director, Choreographer). Favorite performance roles include Assassins (The Proprietor), Cabaret (Emcee), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Andre Thibault), My Fair Lady (Colonel Pickering), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Trevor Graydon), Forever Plaid (Sparky), Urinetown (Old Man Strong, Hot Blades Harry), The Drowsy Chaperone (George), and Company (Paul).
Proud member of Actor's Equity Association, Marco has taught/choreographed at Houston's Main Street Theatre and the Tribble School with the Masquerade Theatre. Recent regional credits include Heathers (Regional Premiere), Bonnie and Clyde, A Christmas Story, Mary Poppins (Robertson Ay), Oliver, and James and the Giant Peach with Theatre Under the Stars; MBM: Next to Normal (Henry), Avenue Q (Princeton/Rod)(BWW Nominee: Best Leading Actor), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip Tolentino), Godspell, and ASSASSINS; Main Street Theater: Award winning Into the Woods (Jack/Steward) (BWW Nominee: Best Supporting Actor), Alice in Wonderland, Pippi Longstocking; Masquerade Theatre: Cabaret, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Forbidden Broadway, My Fair Lady, and Galveston! The Musical (World Premiere). Other credits include Hello, Dolly! (Barnaby Tucker) with Queensbury Theatre, Singin’ in the Rain (Roscoe Dexter), Footloose (Ren McCormick), Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere), The Wizard of Oz (Hunk/Scarecrow), Seussical the Musical (Cat in the Hat), and High School Musical (Houston Premiere); Film/TV: Nickelodeon’s Victorious, Horrible Turn (Prequel to Dr. Horrible with Neil Patrick Harris). Marco has studied dance, acting, and voice throughout the Houston and Los Angeles area.
Murphy is a professional designer and technical director in Houston, TX. Recent credits include The Little Prince with Luciole Theatre Company, The Diary of Anne Frank, Ain’t Nothin But the Blues, The Woman in Black and Whistle Down the Wind at Queensbury Theatre, Gambrels of the Sky and How I Learned To Drive at Landing Theatre Company, The Glass Menagerie and The Altruists at The Rice Players, Intimate Apparel, Fuente Ovejuna, Bus Stop, Playboy of the Western World, Philadelphia Story, and Blood Wedding at the University of Houston. He has designed for a number of dance companies in Houston and has been a designer and consultant for Diverseworks. Thomas has assisted on productions at The Palazzo Theater in Las Vegas, Cincinnati Playhouse, and the Alley Theatre and a number of other theatre companies in the Houston and Austin areas.
Kristina Sullivan has worked for over 15 years in the Houston arts community as an actor, teacher, director and writer. She currently works as the founder and Education Director of the Tribble School for the Performing Arts at Queensbury Theatre. Additionally, Kristina works as a writer, creator and performer at The Music Box Theater as well as founding the nonprofit Music Box Young Artists – teaching students grades K-12 throughout the year. Prior to that, Kristina worked as a Resident Company Member and Tribble School Administrator at the Masquerade Theatre where she performed in over 50 musicals at the Hobby Center. Some of her favorite acting credits include Next to Normal (Diana), My Fair Lady (Eliza), Sunday in the Park with George (Dot/Marie), Parade (Lucille), Jane Eyre (Jane), Camelot (Guinevere), and The Man of La Mancha (Aldonza). She has directed and co-directed professional and student productions with The Tribble School for the Performing Arts, Music Box Young Artists, Music Box Musicals, and Masquerade Theater. Favorite directing credits include Assassins, Into the Woods, Cabaret, Urinetown, Rent, The Last Five Years, Oklahoma, Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables, Once on this Island, Parade, Little Women, and The Drowsy Chaperone. In addition, Kristina crafted curriculum for workshops and clinics including Build-a-Cabaret, The Basics of Auditioning, Foundations of Acting, and Vocal Studio-Performing and Recording all Vocal Genres. Under her leadership, the Tribble School was awarded the “2009 Arts and Cultural Leadership in Action" Award from Leadership Houston for its Philanthropic Scholarship Program. Kristina has also been recognized as a Best Actress Nominee (Houston Press/2012), and as a company member involved in Best Musicals (Houston Press- Sweeney Todd/2007; Company 2009), and Best Theater Company (Houston Press- Masquerade Theatre/2009). She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Houston, where she studied Psychology, as well as Voice and Acting at The Moores School of Music.
Angela is a native Houstonian who studied oboe performance at Loyola University New Orleans and University of Houston, but now she is a musical theatre actress. She performs mainly with the Queensbury Theatre, Main Street Youth Theatre, and Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. Harkins is also a member of the professional improv troupe CSz Houston-Home of ComedySportz. Favorite roles include: Shrek (Dragon), The Best Little W****house in Texas (Doatsy Mae), 1940s Radio Hour (Anne Collier), Grease (Rizzo).
Harkins is a very proud native Houstonian. He got his start on stage in 5th grade as Mr. Bucket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, because frankly nobody else wanted the part! He is a graduate of Spring Woods High School and the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and History. A longtime member of the Society of American Fight Directors, he is a multiple time recipient of the Adjudicator's Award for Excellence. Kelly has worked as an acting/improvisation teacher over a decade in the Houston area with such studios as Suzanne Seman's Dance Studio and Houston Family Arts Center. He has also taught and directed in Alief ISD, and he is currently the director of the Bobcat Playhouse at Spring Forest Middle School in Spring Branch ISD. Kelly also serves as a coach/performer with ComedySportz Houston. He has been a coach in the ComedySportz Houston: High School League, where he has worked with many different high school in the Houston area including: Cy Creek, Cy Falls, Katy HS, Spring Woods, and Stratford. Harkins is also an improviser with the groups Ampersand!, The Epilogue, and a performer with the sketch comedy troupe Darewolves.
Favorite performances include: ComedySportz Houston (Improviser), Les Miserables (Grantaire), Seussical, The Musical (Cat in the Hat), The Best Little W****house in Texas (Melvin P. Thorpe), Rumors (Lenny Ganz), Waiting for Godot (Vladimir), Protohobo (Protohobo), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Pharaoh), and many years with supporting roles with the Houston Shakespeare Festival. Favorite production credits include: Guys and Dolls (Director/Choreographer), LesMiserables (Fight Choreographer), High School Musical (Director/Choreographer), Fiddler on The Roof(Director/Choreographer), Little Red Riding Hood (and the Power Mutants) (Director), Employees Must Wash Hands...Before Murder (Director), The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon (Director), and Maverick Glee Club (Choreographer).
Westeen has over 25 years experience working professionally in theater.in the capacity as a producer, director, actor, instructor and playwright. He is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America as well as the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Westeen has studied classical and contemporary vocal performance with the Central Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. He has toured nationally in lead roles and as a resident director and educator with Peter Pan (Capt. Hook) and The Wizard of Oz (Scarecrow). Regional credits include: A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, Beyond Therapy, Loves Labours Lost, La Cage Aux Folles, Fantasticks, Godspell, Snoopy!! The Musical, The Nerd, and The Threesome. Directing credits include: Romeo and Juliet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Phantom, Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson, Bridge to Terabithia, Article 125, Of Mice and Men, The Diary of Anne Frank, Hedda Gabler, The Tempest, Doubt: A Parable, and many more. As a playwright, his works have been produced throughout the United States including: off-off Broadway, New York, Los Angeles, Houston, and Minneapolis. In 2012 he was a runner up as the Best Playwright in Houston (Houston Press). Westeen is a two-time nominee of the Golden Rule Award sponsored by J.C. Penny for his work in theater education for youth. L. Robert is playwright-in-residence and New Works coordinator at Queensbury Theatre.