Amanda Guzman is so excited to be joining Not Just Dance! A student at George Mason University, she hopes to get her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre with a concentration in Performance. A long time lover of the arts, Amanda began acting at the International School of Bangkok before moving back to the US and graduating from Rock Ridge High School. There, she did dramaturgy, tech, and acted in many of their productions, even being invited to do a talk back for NPR. Amanda loves doing theatre, and she hopes that she can share that love with every student she meets, just as her teachers did for her.
Jack Little is honored and so excited to join the Not Just Dance team and work with these incredible performers. He is a recent graduate of Christopher Newport University, completing his BA in Musical Theater and Minor in Dance. Jack began his vocal training at the age of 9 and his acting training at Patriot High School, where he featured as Tony in West Side Story and Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. His roles at CNU include Toby in Sweeney Todd, Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, Jonathan in The Whole World is Watching, and John Lawrence in The Living. He has also enjoyed work as Director’s Assistant in Cedar Point Elementary School’s productions of Annie Jr., Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr., and The Little Mermaid Jr..
Molly Marsh is so excited to be working for a third time with Not Just Dance this summer! Molly is a former student of Not Just Dance and has been a part of the family since 2016. She is a rising Junior at Virginia Commonwealth University and is working to get her Bachelor’s degree in Theatre with a concentration in directing and scenic design. She was most recently seen on stage as Hamlet in the Shafer Alliance Laboratory Theatre’s production of Hamlet. Molly can’t wait to be reunited with the Not Just Dance kiddos and hopefully meet some new faces as well!
Adam is currently studying for his Masters degree in Dramatic Writing at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, GA. He is a 2021 Musical Theater graduate from Christopher Newport University, where he minored in Writing and Film Studies. He began his acting career at the age of 6 and has appeared in over 28 local performances. He received Cappie Nominations 2016 and 2017 for Lead Actor in a Play and Suporting Actor in a Play, respectively. Adam appeared in Ford’s Theatre’s Production of A Christmas Carol back in 2009. He was a finalist for SPARC’s New Voices of Theater in 2015 and 2017 for his scripts, “A Teen’s Life” and “Playception: By Evan Packer” respectively. He has appeared on radio, on TV (America’s Most Wanted and Fatal Attractions), in commercials and even as an extra in a couple featured films. Some favorite theatre roles include Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (CNU), Robert in The Drowsey Chaperone (CNU), Curly in Oklahoma! (CNU), Gaston in Beauty and the Beast (Westfield Summer Stage), Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatchers (Chantilly High School), Sheridan Whiteside in The Man Who Came to Dinner (Chantilly High School), Eddie in Lost in Yonkers (Chantilly High School), and as Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Chantilly High School). In addition, Adam has directed the Not Just Dance productions – Singin’ in the Rain, Screen to Stage and Bugsy Malone JR. He also directed numerous Not Just Dance “Aliens in the Castle” productions. He has also appeared in various Not Just Dance shows over the years, recently appearing as Santa Claus in ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. Adam is also the author of all of the Not Just Dance Twisted Tales and Aliens in the Castle productions.
Brittany is our Princess of Marketing in charge of all marketing campaigns and social media. She also oversees the Tech program as well as events for the studio. Brittany graduated from George Mason University with a Business Degree in Marketing with a concentration in internet marketing. She also has a minor in Fine Arts and a knack for party planning. Her unique experiences in marketing, balanced by her theatrical and artistic talents, help market to our very dynamic and growing demographic.
As a gifted artist, Brittany has created props, set decorations, and set design for many shows. Recently, she helped Design and implement the sets for Willy Wonka, Frozen, Suessical, Chorus Line, & A Charlie Brown Christmas. As a tech instructor Brittany encourages the kids to stretch the limits of reality to create a new world for each show. To see a list of this year’s tech projects that students completed, please see the Teach Theatre Page on the website. She has appeared as an actress, featured dancer & set designer in many Alliance Theatre productions.