Founders & Directors
Corey Hickey & Brooke Scriven
Directors, Corey Hickey and Brooke Scriven, founded On Stage in 2001. Since then, they have directed theatre in the community and also directed The Whitman Middle School Theatre Experience for three years. Since that time, they produced musicals such as Annie, Willy Wonka, The Wizard of Oz, Seussical, Dear Edwina, Madeline's Christmas, The Nutcracker, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, High School Musical, High School Musical 2, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, and more. Eventually, they transformed their theatre program into a full service, award-winning school of performing arts. Their students have won regionally and nationally in all areas of dance, voice, and acting. One of Brooke and Corey's favorite aspects of owning the studio is bringing the very best opportunities to their students. They have brought Broadway professionals to their studio to teach Master Classes as well as bringing their students to Broadway. Their connections to professionals in NYC help facilitate the very best opportunities. On Stage students are asked to perform at professional and local events. They take part in conventions to always be exposed to the latest in choreography, technique, and trends. Their students have gained acceptances to prestigious audition based summer theatre programs as well as top BFA Musical Theatre Colleges in the country.
Lucille Butler has sung leading roles in operas and musicals in Boston and California for many years, including both Anna (Merry Widow) and Rosalinda (Fledermaus) for Janus Opera. For the past thirteen years she has been teaching voice at The James Library Center for the Arts in Norwell, MA. She is the Musical and Vocal Director at the On Stage. From 2005-2009 Lucille was on the faculty of the South Shore Charter Public School in Norwell, MA where she developed a vocal and drama program for students from 5th to 12th grades. As a Board Member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing she has served as an adjudicator for various vocal competitions and chaired the NATS yearly Musical Theatre Festival. Ms. Butler has directed musicals ranging from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to The Mikado. Lucille has vocal directed countless musical productions and competition pieces. Ms. Butler is a graduate of Newton College of the Sacred Heart and studied at the New England Conservatory of Music and Berklee College of Music. Lucille has coached her voice studetns to win both Regional and National Titles.
Jenna Liberty is a performer, choreographer and teacher. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University with her Bachelor's Degree in Dance Performance, she started her professional career in Los Angeles. Jenna booked her first big gig as one of Beyonce's principle dancers in her “Run the World” music video and her Billboard Music Awards performance. For six years, Jenna danced with superstars such as KISS, Flo Rida, LMFAO, and Jermaine Jackson to name a few. Her television credits include ABC family’s “Bunheads,” “Just Dance” video game, “Shushybye Series,” and AMC networks docu-series “4th and Loud”. Jenna’s teaching credentials include IDA Hollywood, where she taught Hip-Hop to pre-professional dancers from all over the world. Her choreography was showcased in the hottest venues in LA, and she was also fortunate to choreograph music videos and live stage shows for such artists as Lauren Mayhew and Indie band, The Guards. Jenna has performed for both the Aria and Bellagio Hotels and Casinos in Las Vegas from 2010-2014. In 2014 she performed at the Grammys after party in Hollywood and the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. Jenna moved back to Boston, Massachusetts continuing to perform and choreograph locally spreading her energy everywhere she goes.