Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts

March 10
3:03 PM 2014

Last week, Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, FL welcomed Legally Blonde's Original Producer Hal Luftig to the school for a day of master classes with DSOA theatre students and a performance of DSOA's production of Legally Blonde. Luftig, winner of four Tony Awards and Producer of such Broadway hits as Kinky Boots, Evita, Legally Blonde, Movin' Out and Thoroughly Modern Millie, enlightened the young actors about the theatre business and will hopefully return in the future!

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Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with the DSOA Cast of Legally Blonde.

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig chatting with DSOA students.

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with Delta Nu Sister, Sydney Newman.

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with Jamie Salinger (Assistant Director), Lillian Rosza (Stage Manager) and Michelle Petrucci (DSOA Faculty, Director/Choreographer).

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with Michael Pisani (Elle's Dad/Kiki) and Savannah Shearouse (Elle's Mom/Whitney/DA Joyce Riley).

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with the girls of DSOA's Legally Blonde.

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with DSOA's Dean of Theatre, Bruce Linser.

Photo Flash: Broadway Producer Hal Luftig Visits Dreyfoos School of the Arts
Hal Luftig with Charly Hamann (Paulette).

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Michelle Petrucci A North Jersey native, Michelle grew up in the dance studio and then soon called the theatre her second home. Professionally, she has used her passion for dance and musical theatre to lead her to a fulfilling career as a performer, choreographer, director and educator. She has toured the country in the First National Tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, served as the Dance Captain of the National Tour of Camelot, spent months at sea as a lead singer/dancer for Princess Cruise Lines, and has been seen regionally in such shows as A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Pal Joey, Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story, Pippin and Company. In Boston, her choreography for Pal Joey was nominated of an IRNE award. Upon relocating to Florida from New York, she choreographed the Florida Premier of Snoopy The Musical under the direction of co-creator Arthur Whitelaw, Urinetown and Bat Boy: The Musical at Area Stage Company in Coral Gables as well as Lippa's Wild Party for Outré Theatre Company in Boca. She was also seen in the Carbonell Award-winning production of Hello Dolly at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Michelle is currently on faculty at Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach where she teaches musical theatre dance, choreographs and directs. She earned her BFA in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Dance from The Boston Conservatory and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.


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