Greg has been involved in many facets of stage production for the last 30 years. He is an actor and musician but also has technically designed many children’s and community theater performances (lighting, sound & set design/construction). Greg has lived in Mooresville since 1993 but also has performed in musicals while living in England, Florida and was in a Broadway playwright premier during the Spoleto Arts Festival in Charleston, SC. Some of Greg’s memorable onstage roles are as follows: “Sir Galahad, Black Knight, King of Swamp Castle” Spamalot Piedmont Players Salisbury NC; “Grown Ralphie” A Christmas Story, “Boolie Werthan” Driving Miss Daisy and “Mayor George Shinn” The Music Man with Davidson Community Theatre; “Owen Musser” The Foreigner Mooresville Community Theatre; and “Daddy Warbucks” Annie Lake Norman School of the Arts. Greg’s technical design experience includes Cinderella; High School Musical and The Wizard of Oz for Pine Lake Preparatory High School Theatre; Joseph & Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Into The Woods Jr. with The Mooresville Arts Council Children’s Theatre and The Odd Couple, The Curious Savage, Dearly Departed and Steel Magnolias for The Mooresville Community Theatre. Greg’s other hobbies include playing guitar, mandolin and piano, singing, DJ’ing weddings and parties and assisting with troop activities for Boy Scout Troop 166 in Mooresville. He is very excited to share his knowledge of the stage at the Ludmila European Music and Art Academy.
Jessica Zingher is thrilled to be working with Ludmilla. A local theatre artist and educator and trained at UNCC and New York University, Jessica's most recent credits include work with The Warehouse, Chickspeare, Opera Carolina, Davidson Community Players and Charlotte's Off Broadway among others.
Holly is a professional actress and singer living and working in North Carolina. She has most recently been seen around Charlotte with The Dinner Detective and on stage at Carowinds Amusement Park. Other recent roles include Nellie Collins in Floyd Collins, and Anita in the musical 9 to 5. She has also been active in community theatre, performing in shows such as Seussical, A Christmas Carol, The Diary of Anne Frank, and Oliver! She has been teaching acting, music, piano, and writing since 2002. She has worked with Stageworks, teaching writing through theatre in the CMS system. When not on stage or in a classroom, she is usually performing at events as a variety artist, entertaining with skills such as stilt walking, balloon twisting, face painting, and clowning. She is excited to be a part of Ludmila and to help bring the joy of acting to her students.