Jacqueline Kroschell          Cameo Productions, Ltd.     www.cameoproductions.org

 

Founder/Artistic Director of Cameo Productions, Ltd., an award winning company of professional singers with similar credits dedicated to communicating memorable melodies and intelligible lyrics which has performed nationwide and statewide for over two decades.  Ms. Kroschell specializes in researching and bringing historic subjects to life through their contemporary songs in her ongoing project, L.I.G.H.T.S., Living History Through Song.   She also regularly creates and performs special commemorative programs.  During the last year alone, she has created, produced and directed a touring production of Abraham Lincoln's Music; Amahl and the Night Visitors; Stephen Foster and Songs of the Civil War; Gilbert and Sullivan by the Carte; Centennial Classics, (Great Songs of the  Theodore Roosevelt Era); and a variety of numerous others for public, private and corporate audiences.  Her revival of  The Archers (c.1796) by William Dunlap and Benjamin Carr, restored with colleague and renowned musicologist Gordon Myers, received the George Washington Medal of Honor from the Freedoms Foundation in 1991.   Twelve years ago, she founded the annual Voices of Summer Festival in Northwest New Jersey.  She's served in the New Jersey Teen Arts Festivals in at least eight Counties, plus at the State Festival, as a Critiquer and  Workshop/Master Class Leader in Vocal Performance, Drama and Musical Theatre and was honored this year as Artisit in Education by the  Sussex County Arts & Heritage Council at a ceremony at

Sussex County Community College.

     Jacqueline Kroschell

                                 Artistic Director

                   Brings Your Project Through Song!