2021 Guest Artists

Korie Lee Blossey
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Korie Lee Blossey was beyond thrilled to jump out of the lamp as The Genie on Disney's 1st North American Tour of Aladdin! Some favorite roles played include: Kerchak in Tarzan, Audrey II in Lil Shop., Oberon in A Midsummer Nights Dream. I am beyond grateful for any chance I get to perform and very Thankful for My Family and Friends for all the support, and a Big Thank You to DDO ARTISTS AGENCY

Brandon J. Ellis
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Brandon J. Ellis made his Broadway debut in The 2006 production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. He was also seen on Broadway in Once, Bandstand, and in the national tour of The Play That Goes Wrong. He has performed Off-Broadway in August Rush and Missed Connections. You may have seen him on TV or on the big screen in 30 Rock, Dietland, Iron Fist, Vinyl, The Naked Brothers Band, and Shake Rattle and Roll. He has been seen in commercials for Fire House Subs, Policy Genius, Best Buy, Apple Bees, Quaker Oats, and IHOP. He received his BFA from UNCG.

Lori Eve Marinacci
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Lori Eve Marinacci has performed on Broadyway in Hairspray (Shelly, U/S Tracy) and School of Rock (Rosalie/Patty). She toured in Rock of Ages (Sherrie), and was a vocalist for The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. She has performed at countless theaters all of the country with favorite roles of Wendy in Peter Pan, and Sandra in Big Fish. She has her BFA from Penn State University. She is excited to be sharing her knowledge and talents with aspiring artists.

Dan Micciche
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Dan Micciche is the current music director/ conductor of WICKED on Broadway and has been with the show for 6 years and counting including the national/ international tour. For the first 6 years of living in NYC he started out as an actor and played Mary Sunshine in CHICAGO for 2000 performances on Broadway as well as the national tour/ Japanese/ Thailand companies. Carnegie Hall/ The Kennedy Center: Bernstein’s MASS. Recordings: Bernstein’s MASS (Grammy nom 08’) 54 Below shows: Jessica Vosk/ Patrick Page. Workshops: Stu for Silverton. Masterclasses at major Universities/Colleges as well a voice coach here in NYC. Education: The Boston Conservatory of Music ‘07. Instagram: @danmicciche/ Twitter: @danpmicciche Dan also has a voice coaching studio in NYC and CT...info is in his Instagram bio.

Chris Peluso
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Chris Peluso made his Broadway debut at age 20 understudying Neil Patrick Harris in the Broadway Revival of Stephen Sondheim's Assassins. He has performed on Broadway, in National tours and in The West End in Wicked (Fiyero), Mamma Mia (Sky), Beautiful (Gerry Goffin (Understudy), Don Kirshner (Understudy), Barry Mann (Understudy), Miss Saigon (Chris), The Woman in White (Sir Percival Glyde) and many more. He received his BFA from The University of Michigan and currently lives in London.

Katie Proctor
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Katie Proctor is a casting professional with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. She has cast everything from cruise ships and theme parks to Broadway including The Lion King. Her greatest passion is teaching musical theatre audition technique and masterclasses, which she has done nationwide at top colleges and talent conferences, in addition to private coachings. BFA in Drama from NYU/Tisch. Co-Chair of the SETC Professional Division Board.

Ben Roseberry
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Ben is an American stage actor who, in his over 20 year career, has appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway, National Tour and on Regional stages throughout North America. He has appeared in countless readings and developmental workshops of new works, and can be heard on 2 original cast recordings. He is also an award winning Singer-Songwriter as well as a Vocal, Acting and Dialect Coach. He is the frontman for The Fractured Years and composer for the award winning composer/ lyricist team Roseberry and Klose. Ben is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association and the TONY award winning and Grammy nominated Broadway Inspirational Voices. He resides in NYC with his wife Sarah.

Correy West
Guest Broadway Teaching Artist

Correy West is a native of Dallas Texas and attended Northwestern State University. His credits include: Broadway- Ain’t Too Proud- The Life and Times of the Temptations (Imperial Theatre); Nice Work If You Can Get It (Imperial Theatre), South Pacific (Lincoln Center); National Tours- Love Never Dies (1st National-US Premiere), Anything Goes (1st National), 42nd Street, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Chicago/Toronto);NY Theatre- Showboat (NY Philharmonic/Live from Lincoln Center), Lunch (NYMF), An Evening With Jason Robert Brown (The Cooper Union); Regional Credits Include- Oliver (Virginia Stage Company), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Arkansas Rep Theatre), Shrek (North Shore Music Theatre), Smokey Joe's Cafe (Capital Rep Theatre), Kiss Me Kate (Cape Playhouse), Guys and Dolls (Barrington Stage Company), Mary Poppins (Arkansas Rep Theatre), The Producers (Riverside Theatre), Paint Your Wagon (Pioneer Theatre Company), Hairspray (Westchester Broadway Theatre), Dreamgirls (Prince Music Theater).

Katie Campbell-Sherman
TMM Educational Director/Facilitator

Katie Campbell Sherman is originally from Pittsburgh, PA. In Pittsburgh, she had the privilege of performing alongside Shirley Jones, Rue Mcclanahan, Patrick Wilson, and many others at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. While in Pittsburgh Katie trained in dance, voice, piano, and theater with teachers from Carnegie Mellon University. Katie received her BFA from the Boston Conservatory of Music. While in Boston, she was a soloist with the Boston Pops at Boston’s Symphony orchestra. She was also the Dance captain of The Boston Conservatory Hoofers (a touring tap performance group). After college, Katie performed in, choreographed, and directed theater all over the US. She also produced, directed, and performed in many concerts in New York City. Katie has been teaching music, dance, and theater for over a decade now and loves sharing her talents with the next generation. She recently moved to Tom’s River with her husband and two young boys.