Lyndsee prides herself on her ability to use theater and music to connect with people, especially those with special needs. She has worked with autistic children and is always seeking opportunities to spread theater to different communities. Lyndsee loves using her knowledge of American Sign Language to work on theatrical pieces for the deaf. She also enjoys sharing her love of theater and experience with younger generations.
Lyndsee received her BA in Theatre from San Francisco State University. There she was involved in several productions including Urinetown the Musical, and Sondheim’s Into the Woods. She was a part of the University’s Brown Bag Theatre Company where she acted in Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, a Shakespeare Variety Show, and musical directed Across the Universe. Most recently she taught as a guest artist at the CSU Summer Arts program for the Broadway Vocal Class.Earlier credits include River City Theatre Company where she performed in 42nd Street, Bye Bye Birdie, Children of Eden. She attended Natomas Charter Performing and Fine Arts Academy.
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Started in 2001, Pied Piper Players is an award-winning family theater organization dedicated to theater education and to promoting confidence, community, and excellence through participation in the theater arts. Founded by Leslie Stupple and a group of dedicated parents, we pride ourselves on being a workplace that works hard, has fun, and serves this community with creative, educational programs in the performing and technical arts.
Our family community atmosphere supports the development of individual self-esteem in a fun, safe, non-competitive environment. We aim for excellence in collaborative learning, enriching social development, and on successful communication skills.
We have evolved from an organization focused on staging two MainStage musicals annually to a community with a home base and the capacity to offer a wide variety of theater programs year-round. MainStage musicals, teen programs, camps, acting/dancing/theater tech classes, free school shows and transportation, scholarships, and ticket gifting programs support our mission and vision.