best summer music theater camp director

Lee Coleé Atnip: Raised as a dancer as well as a well rounded vocalist Lee has appreared as an actress in commercials, voice overs, countless theatre and opera venues.

A member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) and a member of the National Federation of Musicians, Local 433, Lee is also a director of over 30 productions for the Wimberley Players and corporate entertainment packages with clients as far way as Las Vegas.  Each summer Lee Colee holds a music theatre boot camp for kids 8-17 that have sold out for the past eight years.

Lee Attended The American Academy of Performing Arts in New York as well as the Sonia Moore Theatre Institute.  An alum of Texas Women’s University and a former student of Lanelle Blanton and Cary Michaels of Texas State University. Lee also was a public relations major at Central State University of Oklahoma.

An extensive dance background includes the Phil Black dance studios in New York City and Tulsa Civic Ballet where Lee excelled in tap, jazz, ballet and modern dance styles, especially the techniques of Bob Fosse.  Today Lee Colee still choreographs her own shows and puts her performing art talents on stage across the country.

 

Kathleen Griffith 2018 Camp Guest Assistant Director:

Kathleen received her bachelor of Arts in Theatre at the University of the Incarnate Word located in San Antonio. She has starred in plays ranging from “King Lear” to “The Laramie Project” and “Wait Until Dark” to “Perfect Crime” for which her portrayal of Dr. Margaret Brent won her the Dallas theater community’s nomination for Best Actress in a Drama. Kathleen received her bachelor of Arts in Theatre at the University of the Incarnate Word located in San Antonio. She has starred in plays ranging from “King Lear” to “The Laramie Project” and “Wait Until Dark” to “Perfect Crime” for which her portrayal of Dr. Margaret Brent won her the Dallas theater community’s nomination for Best Actress in a Drama.

Kathleen has worked in both film and television. She recently wrapped her recurring role of Margaret Cafferty on the highly acclaimed television drama “Friday Night Lights.” Kathleen has worked in both film and television. She recently wrapped her recurring role of Margaret Cafferty on the highly acclaimed television drama “Friday Night Lights.”

She has trained under the tutelage of renowned film acting coach, Michele Condrey, and is thrilled to brig her knowledge of the “Meisner Method” of acting to Lee Colee Studios. She has trained under the tutelage of renowned film acting coach, Michele Condrey, and is thrilled to brig her knowledge of the “Meisner Method” of acting to Lee Colee Studios.