Dramatic Arts & Music
Scroll below to see new roster of performers
                             Dancer Edward Morgan
                            Dancer Joseph Alexander
                                    Lynne Charnay
At 92 years young, Lynne Charnay is still celebrating life and love. Ms. Charnay is the protege of the wonderful American composer and lyricist Jerry Herman (Hello Dolly). She has appeared in five Broadway shows, including Julia, Jake & Uncle Joe (1961),  John Kandor's first Broadway musical, A Family Affair (1962), The Sunday Man (1964), The Inspector General (1978), and The Grand Tour (1979). Over the decades she has appeared in more off-Broadway and regional productions and revues. She has also been performing in cabaret rooms in New York City for over thirty years. "Lynne Charnay is perfection!" John S. Wilson, The New York Times, and as Rex Reed once said, "You learn something valuable in her presence."
Joseph Alexander is working with producers for a new ballet musical
starring Lynne Charnay and Edward Morgan.
                                     Andrea Elmore
From Colombia, South America where dancing is part of the everyday culture. Now in New York City with TheEdwardMorganBallet. She has trained in the company’s difficult syllabus under the close eye of Morgan. Working hard, and dedicating herself to this new repertoire gave her successful performances which has advanced her to soloist!
Claire Kraus
Dancer / Actor

Ms. Kraus comes to New York from Eldersburg, Maryland where she trained at a young age in the performing arts. She then moved to New York City to study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Now through her studies with Morgan she has become a featured Actor and Dancer.

Keyara Dingle
Featured Singer

Keyara is from New York City and attends The New Design High School. She is our youngest performer, with the most passion and drive to become the best!  We look forward to seeing this young artist grow into one of the most versatile singers on the planet.

                                  Gayrleen Orange
                                     Singer / Actor

A Haitian performer that impressed Mr. Morgan with her haunting operatic style. Starting out in the Dominican Republic at the Drums Institute in Santiago, then moving to the Culture and Art Institute, also in the Republic. Morgan placed her in the Mass For The Ballet where she brought audiences to tears. She is currently working with Morgan on a new theatre piece where she will play the chanting medicine chanteuse.
                                      Helen Waite
                                   Character Actor

Moving to New York City from Cumberland, Rhode Island, her dream was to be a dancer and actress. She even lived in the famous Rehearsal Club where the likes of Carol Burnett and Blythe Danner once stayed! Like a lot of people who come to New York her dreams were side tracked by administrative positions. Recently meeting Joseph Alexander when he approched her while she was still the Director of programs in the Stein Senior Center for his Intergenerational Performances. She then said to Alexander, "I once aspired to be a performer!" The rest is history, because Alexander then casted her as the "Where's The Beef Opera Outcast," in The Vegetarian Food Festival Rock Opera Ballet. Now we are looking forward to her next performance, and not only did Alexander use her skills as a performer, she is also now the Production Coordinator.
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