Rachel Green, musical director and producer is an experienced musical director and producer and has had highly successful performances of Broadway style musicals since 2001. Rachel has a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Georgia and a Master of Arts degree from Central Michigan University. She retired from teaching middle school chorus at Booth Middle School in 2011.
Annie Hale, stage director has been involved in the performing arts from a young age and began stage managing at 17. She has since stage managed, directed, and choreographed six middle school productions at J.C. Booth and just helped wrap up the first Georgia Singers Company summer production of Aladdin Jr. She has a B.A. in History and M.A.T. in secondary Education from Georgia State University. She currently teaches history at the Weber School.
D Knudson, producer and set designer is a wife and mother of two beautiful girls. She is a graduate of the University of Mary Washington, with a Bachelors of Science in Geography. Working as an interior designer for many years, she’s used that knowledge to design and build sets for the past four years. Her creativity is evident in the wonderful sets and costumes that she designs for the shows.
Jo Beth Braddy, drama director has been involved in the world of theater from a young age. Community and professional productions alike, JoBeth has been the lead of shows such as Pippin, Play It Again Sam, Carnival, Gypsy and Nunsense. She also spent years performing with Albert Coleman and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra. She began directing musical theater in the early 90s and has directed dozens of shows in and around Peachtree City including the Georgia Singers Company’s most recent production, Aladdin, jr. She has been teaching preschool music for the past 14 years at First Presbyterian Church and more recently the PTC Montessori School.