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We are very proud of our students, and with good reason! Here we will feature some of our current and former students, their accomplishments, personal successes, audition stories and goals for the future. We hope their examples will encourage anyone who is on the fence about taking the next step to reaching your goals and realizing your dreams.
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Milan Borges, is a current junior at Lake Nona High School in Orlando, Florida and a voice student of Lori Moran. Performance has been a part of Milan's life from the age of 4, when she took her first ballet class and fell in love with telling stories through music.
She has now turned to the art of musical theatre to tell those stories and has been in numerous productions, most recently, BIG FISH as The Witch (Lake Nona High School), INTO THE WOODS as The Witch (Lake Nona High School), and SOMETHING ROTTEN as Bea (Lake Nona High School).
Milan is excited to be headed to FSU this summer for their 3-week musical theater intensive program.
Audrey Chang, voice student of Lori Moran, is a sophomore in high school and loves anything that includes the performing arts! She is a member of The Four Counts and has been involved in shows such as CATCH ME IF YOU CAN as Agent Cod/Ensemble, and FROZEN as Ensemble/Elsa’s Understudy, all of which she performed at the Dr. Phillips Center.
Audrey's current project is the lead of Amélie at Windermere High School. Her objective is to learn as much as possible about the entertainment industry and to enjoy the process of being a performer!
Elora Dannan, voice student of Dr. Barbara Dyer, is a Junior at Loyola Marymount University, where she carries a double major in Music and Chemistry. She is a theatre kid at heart, but enjoys performing classical arias as well as musical theatre songs. As a Vocal emphasis student she is an avid member of the Consort Singers, the top choir at LMU.
On Saturday, November 19, 2022, she was one of ten singers chosen to sing for the NATS-Los Angeles Fall Symposium at Santa Monica College with Daniel Lincoln, Assistant Professor at USC’s Thornton School of Music. She sang “I’m a Stranger Here Myself” from One Touch of Venus by Kurt Weill.
Elora plans to either go on as a professional singer or go to medical school.