Director Hannah Hall (Tap, Jazz, Irish Step, Lyrical, Voice, Musical Theater, Creative Ballet, Team Choreography) has over fifteen years of experience in the performing arts, teaching dance, acting and music since the age of fifteen. Hall began her dance training at The Dance Factory of West Warren, voice and music training from Soprano Rochelle Bard of CT and Mr. Don Boothman of Hardwick, and has been guided in acting and directing from Barre local Diana Canterbury. Hall studied musical theater at the the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC, but returned back to her native central mass to pursue her love of teaching the arts. She is currently working toward her certificate in Dance Education and continuing her arts education with private teachers.
Gina Pascale (Hip Hop, Ballet, Glee, Voice, Team Choreogphy) is a twenty one year old Quabbin Graduate.Gina has 14+ years of tap, jazz, ballet, and hip hop. Gina was an active member of the Quabbin Show Choir all four years of high school, finishing up as the student leader and choreographer in her senior year. This is Gina's 4th season with NSSPA. As a child, Gina was the singer in her family band with her brothers and sister. Gina was the first prize winner of "The Center's Got Talent" in January of 2014 for her performance in voice. Her Advanced Competitive Hip Hop team won the same title in 2016.
Abby LeClair (Acrobatics, Cheer) is a Fitchburg State University graduate with a career in graphic design. She has been cheering for ten years and was FSU Cheer Captain for three. This is Miss Abby's third season with NSSPA, and her first season as the cheer coach as Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School.
Ashley Mansfield (Contemporary, Ballet, SLT) trained for 15 years at Kate’s Dance Company Plus. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from Dean College, focusing on pedagogy and dance management. Ashley has also studied dance at SUNY Potsdam where she cheered. She has travelled the country performing and teaching several styles. Ashley has also received many awards for her choreography from competitions including Dance Xplosion, StarPower and Spirit of Dance. She also recently published the book “Dance for Therapy: A Pathway for Special Needs” under the supervision of Dean College’s Dance program founder Joan Phelps-Palladino.