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|Musical Theatre Faculty|
Chip Gallagher - Department Chair, email@example.com, has been a part of The Governor’s School for the Arts for the past twenty-four years. A published arranger and composer, he has served as director and musical director for Paramount’s King’s Dominion, Virginia Musical Theatre and The Virginia Stage Company. Performing credits include King’s Dominion, Walt Disney World, King’s Productions, the 1984 Presidential Inaugural Celebration, and Virginia Musical Theatre’s productions of The Student Prince, Funny Girl, The Boyfriend, Tintypes, Guys & Dolls, Can-Can, Phantom, Bye, Bye Birdie, White Christmas and The Scarlet Pimpernel. Chip teaches Belt Tech, Audition Tech, and Musical Theatre Workshop.
Jeff Warner - Choreographer & Assistant to the Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org, first began performing in college with a group called “The New Virginians” at Virginia Tech, where he was an architecture major. Since then, he has been performing professionally for over twenty years - for theme park shows, cruise ships, and musicals with regional theaters. Jeff has performed in and/or choreographed over thirty productions with Virginia Musical Theatre and is very proud to have spent the past nineteen years as choreographer and dance teacher for the Musical Theatre Department of The Governor’s School for the Arts. Jeff teaches Jazz, Broadway Styles, Broadway Literature