Dance Technique Master Teacher and Director/Choreographer of the BFA Musical Theatre Production
Currently on Broadway: Asst. Dir. of Tony Award-winning PIPPIN.
Previous Broadway: Asst. Dir. of Tony Award-winning Porgy & Bess; actor in Fosse, Damn Yankees
Christopher Windom is 2012 Drama League Fellow for Directing and received the Dean Goodman Choice Award for best choreography for Ragtime at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, California.
He served as Assistant Director on Pippin for Diane Paulus and has performed on Broadway and National Tours in the shows Fosse and Damn Yankees starring Jerry Lewis.
He has performed in many regional theatres including The Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Stages St Louis, The St Louis Rep, The St Louis Muny, Marriott Lincolnshire and others.
He has taught Musical Theatre Dance master classes at Michigan State University, Webster University, Temple University, Ema Pulido School of Dance in Mexico City, Mexico, Steppin' Out Dance Studio, and at the Center of Contemporary Arts in St Louis, MO.
He taught Physical Theatre for The Brown University TheatreBridge program. He is an Artistic Associate for Mark Stuart Dance Theatre. Christopher graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Webster University and received his MFA in Directing from Brown University/Trinity Rep
Courtney Reed, Audition Prep and Vocal Technique Master Teacher
Upcoming on Broadway: Jasmine in Disney’s Aladdin
Previous Broadway: Tony Award-winning In The Heights and Mamma Mia
Courtney Reed was last seen playing Andrea in New York's revival of Once on this Island at Papermill Playhouse, directed by Thomas Kail.
Prior to that she was at the 5th Avenue Theatre playing Jasmine in the world premiere of Disney’s Aladdin, directed by Casey Nicholaw. She also had the honor of performing in the Tony-Award winning musical In the Heights, in which she played Carla, u/s Nina/Vanessa.
Courtney made her Broadway debut in Mamma Mia! Television: "Law & Order SVU," "White Collar," “NYC 22,” and “CSI: NY.” Look out for her upcoming film "A New York Love Story." Proud graduate of the Theatre Conservatory of The Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University.
Dustyn Gulledge, Acting Technique Master Teacher and Director of the BFA Theatre Production
Currently on Broadway: Dino in Lucky Guy, starring Tom Hanks
Dustyn holds an MFA in Acting from the Moscow Art Theatre/A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University; a Bachelor of Arts from New School University with a concentration in Creative Writing, as well as a certificate of full completion of the two year acting program at The American Musical And Dramatic Academy of New York City where he was recently invited to speak on a three person alumni panel for prospective students.
Although he has credit as both a director and an actor, acting is where he’s made a living. Having just originated the role of DINO TORTORICCI in the original production of Norah Ephron’s Tony winning Broadway play, LUCKY GUY opposite Tom Hanks as well as featured appearances on the TV shows “Life”, “Fast Forward”, and last year’s pilot “The Gilded Lilly’s”, he is also committed as an educator in the arts especially for the young adult who seeks an interest in being an open and creative contributor.
Veronica Kuehn, Acting the Song Master Teacher
Currently on Broadway:Kate Monster/Lucy in Tony Award-winning Avenue Q
Previous Broadway: Xanadu and Mamma Mia!
Veronica J. Kuehn is excited to be teaching classes with Broadway for All this summer! Veronica is a current cast member of the Tony winning musical Avenue Q (Kate Monster/Lucy). Her Broadway/National Tours include Mamma Mia (Ali/Sophie u/s) and Xanadu (Euterpe/Kira u/s). She is a two time soloist with the Boston Pops at Boston Symphony Hall, and holds a BFA in Music Theatre from the Boston Conservatory.
Samantha Eggers, Broadway Artist Mentorship Liaison
Samantha Eggers joins Broadway for All as recent alum from The institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University. A singer as well as an actor, Samantha has performed in the Broadway, National Tour, and Las Vegas companies of the musical Mamma Mia! in the role of Lisa. In addition to being a Guest Lecturer at Harvard University's Office of the Arts, Samantha has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and the Moscow Art Theater in Russia, as well as appearing on The Today Show.
Director of Curriculum & Instruction Founder/Executive Director
Osh owes much of his success to the Chicago public school system. He is grateful for the late, Former First Lady of Chicago, Maggie Daley, founder of Gallery 37, an arts program which provided him his first job as an actor, singer, and writer.
After college, Osh directly joined Teach For America and taught English and Theatre as a public school teacher in Washington Heights, Harlem, and the South Bronx for five years, in addition to training new teachers for Teach For America.
Osh holds a BA in Theatre and English and a BS in Secondary Education from Loyola University Chicago and an MFA in Acting from the American Repertory Theater / Moscow Art Theater School Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.
Recently, Osh was a Guest Lecturer at Harvard University and is the recipient of a Harvard University Presidential Fellowship. For more information about Osh as a professional actor, please visit http://oshghanimah.com
Anthony Padilla, Director of Operations
Raised in the Bronx, has been working as a thespian for 10+ years. He has seen many sides of the theater; he believes that actors should be involved in all aspects of their craft. Educated at the University of Albany, he gained the experience necessary to hone his craft as an actor, director, costume designer/technician, stagehands, stage manager, and producer. His greatest accomplishments were getting the lead roles in Jesus Hopped the "A" Train as Lucius Jenkins and Desperation Street as Johnny. His other roles include: Sagot in Piccasso at the Lapin Agile, Sonny in Grease, Robert in Proof, and Guard 1 in Measure for Measure.
Monica Monsalva, a native from San Luis, Argentina, had dreams of becoming an actress and coming to America. In 2004 her dreams became a reality when she moved to NYC to pursue acting. While here, she trained in various television, commercial, and acting techniques. Her works include playing various roles in spanish theater production, an off broadway production, and short film NYC. She is currently working toward an advanced degree in Education
Judy Jones has worked for the New York City Department of Education for twenty-four years in various capacities such as Teacher, Staff Developer and Literacy Coach. She enjoys a wide variety of hobbies including Swedish studies, reading novels, surfing the web, working out with her personal trainer, and most recently she has taken up knitting. She is excited to work with BROADWAY FOR ALL this summer
Sebastian Sarmiento-Saher, Editor and Director of Public Relations
Born in Connecticut, but raised in several parts of the US. Although he experienced many unique places while growing up, the constant in Sebastian's life has been a commitment to creativity and helping others – taught to him by his parents and continued well after leaving for university. Educated at Boston College and currently studying at Harvard University, Sebastian has taken many opportunities to do community service and public interest work throughout his academic career.
As a student of government and international politics, Sebastian has worked for newspapers, magazines, non-profit organizations, immigration lawyers, and state governments. Concurrent with his ongoing graduate studies, Sebastian is also working for The Diplomat, a leading international current-affairs magazine for the Asia-Pacific region. With a thorough research background, passion, and creativity, he is ready to continue making a difference in his community and beyond.
Anthony Hull, Director of Media and Photography
Anthony Hull is a multitalented personality whose body of work includes hosting, interviewing and acting.
Born in New Jersey to an African American father and a Korean mother, Hull spent his teenage years in Peoria, Ariz. before his love of basketball led him to the a walk on spot for the University of Coloardo basketball team.
During his sophomore year, his hoop dreams gave way to his newfound passion: entertainment. Hull found work quickly, as ManiaTV, a 24-hour online network, offered him his first job hosting.
While there, director of marketing Sarah Chambers praised Hull’s “energetic personality” as well as his “ability to both keep his viewers and show content in mind while also understanding the overall company goals.”
Hull conducts each interview with a conversational approach to create a comfortable environment for the interviewee. This leads to a lively and candid product engaging for his viewers. Among his past interviewees is a diverse range of artists from Matt and Kim to Lupe Fiasco.
“Music is a big part of my life,” Hull said. “I was introduced to bands like Duran Duran, Bruce Springsteen and New Edition from my brother who was a teenager in the 80s. I would actually sneak his tapes without his permission.”
Another endeavor of Hull’s is his webshow, “Ant’s World.” The short episodes focus on the stories of people that inspire him. Those profiled include Josh Sherman, a professional snowboarder turned street wear entrepreneur; Boulder heroes 3OH!3; and his brother Al, a marine and football player for CU’s 1990 national championship team.
Recently, Hull grabbed his biggest piece of the spotlight yet by appearing in a national ad for the HTC Rezound, a phone made in collaboration with Beats by Dre. After practicing his craft for years at the Interactive Theatre Project in Boulder, he secured the HTC gig despite living on the opposite coast of the Los Angeles casting call.
Now based in New York, Hull hosts at MTV as a VJ and correspondent. He is also filming a documentary about Harlem Prep, a charter school rebuilt and re-imagined after letting down its students for years.
Anthony Hull represents a new wave of creative thinkers that refuse to work in only one lane. With a bigger city – and a bigger stage – at his disposal, the 25-year old has a career sure to grow from its strong roots.
“He has charisma, credibility and a quick wit, “ said Emmy winning producer Richard Ayoub. “On the red carpet, celebrities can’t pass him up and on the screen, viewers can’t keep their eyes of him.”