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Brittany is our Director of Marketing in charge of all marketing campaigns and social media. Brittany graduated from George Mason University with a degree is in Marketing with a minor in Art and a concentration in internet marketing. As a gifted artist, Brittany has also created props and set decorations for many shows. She was the Lead Paint Designer for Peter Pan (Not Just Dance), Little Shop of Horrors (The Alliance Theatre) and Grease (The Alliance Theatre). Brittany is also a certified Zumba instructor. Brittany is currently a member of the marketing team for the Justice Federal Credit Union. She brings her unique experiences in marketing, balanced by her theatrical and artistic talents, to help market our dynamic and growing demographics. Brittany is also a graduate of Chantilly High School where she took all 4 levels of art and both of the fashion marketing classes. She is a state DECA winner, representing Chantilly High School at the International Competition. She appeared as an actress/featured dancer in The Alliance Theatre’s productions of Oliver!, Music Man, Honk, Cats, Beauty & the Beast and Mulan, Jr. She was the assistant choreographer for Aladdin Jr (The Alliance Theatre).
Carla began her acting career as a young Girl Scout Brownie, offering dramatic interpretations of catchy camp songs. As a nine year old, she began competing in 4-H Talent Shows, locally and later at state levels. This led to roles in her community’s Little Theatre and high school plays. Though Carla studied Psychology and Special Education at Longwood University, she couldn’t stay away from theatre. After several cameo roles, assistant stage managing, countless hours spent on running, publicity, and FOH crews, Carla was accepted into Alpha Psi Omega’s National Theatre Honor Society.
Raising two children in Tokyo kept Carla away from theatre for a few years. But after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, she found her way back with a renewed spirit! She began by playing a double role in Tokyo Theatre for Children’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ and continued performing for the troupe while simultaneously co-producing the shows on a volunteer basis. She soon found herself as an elf and Mrs. Claus in Christmas dinner shows for Tokyo International Players.
Performing with World Family Club from Disney’s World of English, Carla spent five years in a variety of seasonal and traveling shows that took her to every corner of Japan. After arriving back in the USA in 2017, Carla joined Reston Community Players as Black Stache in ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ and was seen on stage with her son at the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival.
Lindsay Nicole Steinberg is a recent graduate of Oklahoma City University where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting degree as well as a minor in costume construction. She is thrilled to be back working with Not Just Dance as a counselor and assistant choreographer this summer. She was apart of the first group of students to participate in the “Best Two Weeks of Summer” with NJD when they did their production of Fame Jr. which makes it even more special to be back continuing to grow not only as an artist but as a teacher! Her recent performance credits include: Monica Lewinsky in That Woman (OCU Out of the Box), Ima Jean Tatum in Wedding Belles (Jewel Box Theatre), Alice Liddell in Alice’s Adventures in “Wonderland” (Unquiet Theatre Company), Actor 9 as well as the choreographer in Bad Shakespeare (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Ginger/SugarPlum Fairy in Shrek the Musical (Poteet Theatre), and Marion Thayer in Titanic (Rose State College). After her time with NJD she will be heading down to Orlando, Florida to work for Walt Disney World as an Attractions attendant.
An alum of Not Just Dance, Diana is excited to return as a staff member. She is currently pursuing a B.A. in Theatre from James Madison University. Most recently, she stage managed Leonce und Lena and appeared as Young Girl in The Other Shore. Diana has been training in dance, voice, and acting since elementary school and has appeared in over 15 local productions at NJD, TAT, CPC, and Westfield High School. Favorite roles include Flotsam in Little Mermaid Jr. (TAT), Susan in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (WHS), and Kate in Legally Blonde (WHS). Diana has also appeared in a promotional video for Walden University. She is an alum of the Open Jar Institute (2015). A nine-time Cappies nominee, Diana was heavily involved as a Cappies critic and in Westfield Theatre. Diana served as Thespian President, Lead Cappies Critic, and Co-Captain of the Improv Team, and was named the Class of 2018 Best Thespian. Diana is also a passionate and dedicated writer, earning recognition for her play, All That and So Much More, at the VTA High School Theatre Festival. She is an active member of JMU’s sketch comedy team, Maddy Night Live. Diana was a 2018 scholarship recipient of NJD.