ANGELICA FORCIER ROSENTHAL
Dance Instructor, Private Voice Coach
Angèlica Forcier Rosenthal is a graduate from Plymouth State University with a degree in Political Science and Theatre and has been performing, directing and teaching often in the New Hampshire and Boston area since graduation. Some of her recent directorial productions include “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” (Winner of the two NHTA awards, Actorsingers) “Matilda” (KCT) “Mamma Mia” (Actorsingers) “21 Chump Street (2018 Winner of the NHCTAs and six other awards, Actorsingers) “Reefer Madness” (Actorsingers) “Bye Bye Birdie” (Windham Actors Guild), “Spring Awakening” (Winner of four awards including Directing, Actorsingers), and “Jesus Christ Superstar” (Actorsingers). When Angèlica is not directing she can be found on the stage and has just finished working on “Little Shop Of Horrors” (Hatbox). She has also been recently seen in “Pippin”, “Macbeth”, and the original cast of “God Hates Musicals”. Angèlica has also worked as a music teacher for the past 7 years. Her main instruments consist of: Cello, Violin, Viola, Ukulele, Bass, Guitar, Trombone, Trumpet, Piano and Voice. Angèlica also has an extensive background in Dance, Tech, Sound Design, Stage Management and Set Design.
Private Voice Coach
Amanda is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire where she majored in Music Education, with concentrations in Trombone, Piano and Voice. As a student, she worked as an accompanist for the Department of Theater and Dance and received an award from the Kennedy Center for outstanding musical direction. After graduating from UNH, Amanda joined the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra (PSO) and debuted with the orchestra at Carnegie Hall. As a music director, Amanda has worked on over 30 productions - most notably Pippin, Footloose, West Side Story, Into the Woods, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Parade, Hair, South Pacific Sister Act and Fiddler on the Roof - while teaching privately throughout. She has music directed and coached groups all over the state, including: Actorsingers, Windham Actor’s Guild, Peacock Players, Seacoast Repertory Theater, Prescott Park Arts Festival, Patrick Dorow Productions, Granite State Arts Academy and Kids Coop Theatre. Amanda has been recognized at the New Hampshire Theatre Awards five times as a Top 10 finalist, twice as a Top 3 finalist, and won her first New Hampshire Theatre Award in 2019 for her work on the Actorsingers production of Pippin in the category of Best Music Director – Community. She currently lives in Manchester with her dog, Tony, and teaches music at Woodbury Middle School in Salem, NH.
Private Voice Coach