Vocalist Nicole Heyl and Accordion Player Extraordinaire/Vocalist Paul Bleadow perform a delightful Away in a Manger mashup for Day #19 of our Virtual Advent Calendar.
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Paul has undergraduate and graduate degrees in music education and performance from West Chester University in Pennsylvania and has completed additional coursework in music education at Northwestern University. He has nearly 20 years experience in education and has taught vocal music at every level from preschool through university. He is also an active performer, director, and accompanist with various community theaters and choruses in this area.
Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in education from Purdue University. She has more than 15 years of experience in education and has held positions as a music and movement educator, vocal coach, choreographer, director, and vocal director. She currently is the choir director for the United Methodist Church of Antioch and the choreographer for the Riverport Chorus of Sweet Adelines International in Bristol. She also is an active performer and vocal director with various community theaters. Most recently, Nicole helped to reawaken the dormant theatre ministry at the United Methodist Church of Antioch by directing Forever Plaid; it was the church's first full production in a decade.
The Mosaic Players have launched a GoFundMe Campaign and would love your support! Thank you for your consideration of making a gift towards Mosaic Players. Our fundraiser will be happening over the next few months and your contributions will go towards the creation of our Traveling Wagon Stage, the shows we'll be producing in 2021, and our community outreach.
Mosaic Players is a group of artists committed to the idea that our theatre will focus on human rights, social justice, and anti-racism. We promote dignity, respect, equality, inclusiveness, and understanding. We plan on creating original works, adapting literature, and producing shows that reflect the stories of our communities.