Welsh-born Lee has been in the Industry of Performing Arts for 20 years (Ummm wow!) building up an impressive CV and experiences which saw him collaborate with artists in the music industry including Elton John, George Michael, Lionel Richie, Gloria Gaynor, Westlife, Jamelia and S-club as well as Theatre Productions including White Folks The Musical -Cochrane Theatre, Peter Pan and Aspects of Dance, London.
He has also supplied the dancers for one of Lady Ga Ga's first UK performances at the Brit Awards. Lee trained at Performers College in the UK under the direction of the late great Producer and Choreographer Brian Rogers and has brought this wealth of experience of teaching at colleges and universties around the globe to lead Brit Academy offering a fresh approach to the rigorous training required and expected in within the industry today.
Marc's credits include Peter Pan (National Theatre), The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk (Bristol Old Vic, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, UK Tour) The Trial (Young Vic), Taken At Midnight (Theatre Royal Haymarket, Chichester Minerva), Amadeus (Chichester Festival Theatre), From Here To Eternity (Shaftesbury Theatre), Matilda (RSC Courtyard Theatre, Cambridge Theatre), Singin' In The Rain and The Music Man (Chichester Festival Theatre), Into The Woods and Hello, Dolly! (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Billy Liar (UK Tour), Imagine This (New London Theatre).
London Road, Coconut Shy, Love Actually and More Than Love. Marc is an Olivier Award Nominee for his role of Seymour in Little Shop Of Horrors, Regents Park Open Air Theatre.
Stephen trained as a professional actor at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He has worked professionally as an actor and director for over 40 years in the UK, the USA and Europe. An award winning director, his directorial credits include ’Allo ‘Allo, The Weir, Equus, Twelve Angry Men, Terra Nova, Dead Funny, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Stepping Out, Chess, A Children’s Crusade,
Ghetto, Blue Remembered Hills, A Clockwork Orange, Animal Farm, Breaking the Code, Having a Ball,
Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Marat/Sade. Quartet, Brimstone and Treacle,Kindertransport, Dracula the Musical, 4.48 Psychosis, Pippin, Female Transport, The Wizard of Oz(RSC), Murderer. Internationally he has directed Godspell at the National Theatre in Split, Croatia and the Municipal Theatre, Calais, France, and West Side Story, Sweeney Todd and Cabaret at the Kimble Theatre, Virginia in the USA. For National Theatre Connections he has directed It Snows, Too Fast, Blackout, Ailie and the Alien, The Mobile Phone Show, Status Update and The Accordion Shop. In Malta he has directed Festen, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Butterflies are Free, Unintended,
Metamorphosis, Death and the Maiden, The Memory of Water, The Acrobat, Amadeus and The Tempest. His appearances in Malta as an actor include Noises Off, The Crucible, Black Comedy, She Stoops to Conquer, As You Like It, Game, Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood, Puss in Boots, Alice in Wonderland and more recently Aladdin. In 2020 he will be directing Breaking the Code and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice and appearing in Twelfth Night .
Eglė Pranaitytė - A singer/Performer from Lithuania, began at an early age with vocal ensembles and choirs, most recently getting involved in bands.
Eglė moved to Malta in 2012 and got involved in the local music scene right away, forming bands and groups. At some point, she spent a year in Holland practising with Sanna Van Vliet
and singing with the Dutch Organic Choir which was the catalyst for the organic Choir Malta. Organic Choir Malta later also became a teaching platform in interaction, performance and improvisation. Eglė is currently practising with Anat Zoe Tuvia, working on the body, breathing and technique.
In 2015 she started fronting for established Maltese band The Ranch, writing 2 albums together with the band and playing countless live concerts locally and touring extensively around Europe.