Passionate and Committed
ADELE WALLACE DRIVER
Adele started dancing when she was just 3 years old and throughout her childhood performed and competed around the UK, winning Scottish and British championships along the way.
When she left school she moved onto full time dance training at Anniesland, before training in musical theatre at MGA academy. Adele has performed as part of the Cabaret girls, and large events such as Boobie Birds and the Royal variety for kids. She also performs as part of the Geo Gospel choir. When she graduated she pursued a career as a teacher, and completed her teaching courses with the IDTA.
Adele set up Broadway School Of performing arts back in February 2010, and it very quickly became one of central Scotland’s largest dance and performing arts school.
She directs and choreographs Central theatre productions, a training company, providing the experience of a full scale musical for all ages (age 8+), alongside Alexandra and Sarah.
Adele also choreographs and directs the kids cast in The Glasgow Philharmonic orchestra event Movies to musicals, held at the concert hall in Glasgow.
Adele also has many choreography credits, and also enjoys judging at outside events and competitions.
She has a real passion for working with the children and pushing them to be the best they can be.
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Olivia started dancing at the age of 4 at The Riley School of Dance in Doncaster. While at the school Olivia was a Northern Ballet Associate, Louise Brown Yorkshire Scholar and was awarded title of Young Dancer of the Year at the All England Finals in London. She was also runner up at the Miss Dance of Great Britain and a semi finalist on Sky 1’s ‘Got To Dance’.
At the age of 16 Olivia moved to London to train at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, where she received a first class Bachelor of Arts degree. While at the school Olivia was given the opportunity to compete in the prestigious Genée International Ballet Competition in both New Zealand and Scotland, as well as being the only student to travel with the school to Japan, China and Vietnam on their audition tour.
Upon graduating Rambert Olivia toured with Richard Chappell Dance for two years and worked in Poland with choreographer Bartek Woyzczsynski.
Olivia now lives in Glasgow as a freelance dance artist and has had the opportunity to work on an array of different projects including Katie Armstrong ‘SKETCHES’, with the Bassline Circus at Boomtown Fair, as a resident contortionist at Wild Cabaret, as lead dancer on Bang Bang Romeo’s music video ‘Chemical’, as a lead Dancer for the Premier League football advertisement and also as a lead for Rolls Royce’s ‘Spirit of Ectasy’. Olivia more recently had found a real passion for teaching the next generation of dancers and hopes she can help them develop into happy and confident young people
Sarah is originally from the USA but proud to call Falkirk her home now. She has extensive experience in musical theatre, having worked all over the USA in regional theatre production and National Tours. Sarah toured with The Phantom of the Opera as an Ensemble / Madame Giry understudy and then moved to the Broadway company. She was thrilled to make her Broadway debut in 2010 with Phantom of the Opera. Shortly after that she joined the Las Vegas production as a Christine understudy. One of Sarah's favourite roles was Ariel in The Little Mermaid, touring Japan in a concert tour with the impressive 90 piece Tokyo Philharmonic. She met her Falkirk born husband on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship where they were both touring the world - Sarah as a featured singer in the Production Cast. They decided to settle in London for a bit - where Sarah performed in numerous shows and concerts as well. She performed at the incredible Royal Albert Hall as well as touring the country in the National Tour of Annie Get Your Gun starring Jason Donovon. Sarah was also the singing puppet voiceover for the Travelodge adverts, as well as one of the "singing boxes" on the Amazon Christmas adverts. After having her own little girl, Emma, she and her husband, David, decided to move to his home of Falkirk. She has signed on with Keddie Scott Agency in Glasgow and currently tours Scotland as a swing in Girls Night Oot! She performed as Glinda in last years Wizard of Oz at the acclaimed Pitlochry Festival Theatre, and she also does a number of Best of Broadway and A Night at the Musicals concerts. In Falkirk, she is a co-director for the incredible Central Theatre Productions. Sarah is beyond thrilled to be affiliated with the Broadway School of Performing Arts. She loves transferring her knowledge of training and performing from both NYC and London to the students at BSPA. We truly are creating the stars of tomorrow.
Aleisha McColl is currently a Musical Theatre performer in the industry as well as Teacher in various different styles. After having training from Broadway School of Performing Arts from the age of 13, she then went on to graduate from The MGA Academy of Performing Arts in 2016.
Since then Aleisha has been working in multiple different aspects of performing around the world, these include; Siblu Lead VocalistFrance2016,
Mother McGoose Pantomime Alhambra Theatre - Priscilla McGoose/Dancer 2016, Singer/Dancer TED The Entertainment Company in Resorts in Kos/Cyprus in and a cover role in Turkeyin 2017 & 2019, BBC Three The Comedy Unit“The Break”, Stage Academy Tutor for Holiday Village Turkey2019
Vocalist in the GeO Gospel choir- 2018/19.
Aleisha also has knowledge and professional experience in presenting children shows, puppeteering and skin work. She has also been lucky to of have participated in performance based workshops with industry professionals such as Scott Alan, Natalie Weiss and Bonnie Milligan.
Aleisha is so happy to be teaching with Broadway School of Performing Arts, and is excited to encourage children to follow their passion of Performing and help them receive the best training possible alongside the other incredible teachers!
From helping her daughter Adele set up the school in 2010, Julie has always been a valued member of the team. Much loved and respected by all the pupils and parents, she welcomes everyone to BSPA with open arms.
Julie has a passion and eye for costume design and arts, alongside dancing and musical theatre. And with her wonderful talents, she helps our teacher ideas become a reality on stage.