Meet the team...
Abigail-Esther Knight - Director and Choreographer
Abigail graduated from D&B Academy of Performing Arts in Bromley in July 2012, where she studied for and obtained her Musical Theatre Diploma. Whilst training she completed her ISTD tap grades obtaining distinction in Advanced 2. She also obtained a distinction in her grade 8 singing exam with the London College of Music Examinations. Abigail is currently studying for her advanced Dance Instructor qualification, DDE (Diploma in Dance Education), after having obtained her DDI (Diploma in Dance Instruction) back in June 2014. She previously trained with Arabesque School of Performing Arts in Chichester where she is now a teacher of ballet, pointe, modern theatre, tap, jazz and popstars. Abigail is a member of local companies BROS Musical Productions and Arundel Players and has also appeared with Boxstep Theatre Company and Knightstar Productions. Abigail has taught singing at Theatre Train in Tunbridge Wells, and dance at Arabesque School of Performing Arts in Chichester, Academy of Musical Theatre in Portsmouth and Centre Stage Academy in Midhurst. She has choreographed West Side Story for Boxstep Theatre Company, Chess and Mack & Mabel for BROS Musical Productions and The World Goes Round, Honk Jr, Easter Extravaganza and Seussical Jr for Knightstar Productions.
Professional credits: 'Supers' Ensemble - Evita, Voiceover - 'Flys 2' computer game.
Jackie Kenyon - Producer
Jackie has been involved in theatre in various ways since her teens, firstly as a performer with BROS Musical Productions and Arundel Players and latterly taking on various roles backstage. She has been a Deputy Stage Manager for the past nine years and during this time has worked with BROS Musical Productions, Boxstep Theatre Company, Arundel Players, Rox Productions, Rainbow Productions, Arabesque School of Performing Arts, Academy of Musical Theatre and has spent two Christmas seasons working professionally for Spillers Pantomimes as their Deputy Stage Manager and Company Manager.
Bex Landsberger - Assistant Director/ Acting Coach
Bex is from Chichester, West Sussex and trained at Arabesque School of Performing Arts and Chichester College. She has appeared on television in The Twisted Tale of Bloody Mary, Butlins television commercial and has lent her voice to NCH - Childrens Charity for voice-over work. Bex has appeared in many local productions including Miss Sherman in Fame with Showtime, Wendy-Jo in Footloose with Rox, and Nancy in Oliver with Lavant Players.
Bex manages Centre Stage Academy Theatre School in Midhurst West Sussex and is also the Managing Agent to Stage A Management a theatrical agency for children and young performers.