Lynda holds a Post-Graduation Diploma in Education from Nanyang Technological University and a double degree in BA and BSc from the National University of Singapore. As an undergraduate, Lynda trained in modern dance and performed in musical and dance theatrical productions. She also taught dance and theatrical performance to various age groups and worked freelance as a lyricist. After graduation, in addition to being a full-time teacher, Lynda joined a Latin dance performance company, and has since performed at corporate and private events as well as Salsa congresses in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Toronto. Currently a registered substitute teacher with the local school boards, a member of Reconciliation St. Paul, and founding member of Pride St. Paul and St. Paul Multicultural Circle, Lynda teaches Latin Beats, Tot & Me Dance and Devised Musical Theatre at the St. Paul & District Arts Foundation. She also sings with the Elk Point Community Choir.
Dixie Coleman has been singing since the tender age of 3. She attended College at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho for two years studying Dance and voice and the performing arts. She toured all around the U.S. with her college singing group called The New Freedom Singers. From there she was on to Brigham Young University for two and a half more years studying more dance but also voice and dancing and touring with the BYU Folk Dance Team.
Since moving to St. Paul with her family she has been a member of the Elk Point Community Choir for 20 years and has been involved in their dinner theatre productions either as an actor or director…sometimes both at the same time. Playing such parts as Golde (Fiddler on the Roof, twice), Mother Abyss (The Sound of Music), Marilla (Anne of Green Gables), Dolly Levi (Hello Dolly). Dixie has taught vocal lessons in the past and is looking forward to working with the children in this community and at this amazing facility.
Udo Mueller has taught in St. Paul for over 25 years. Primarily teaching Music and Band, he has also taught Math and Science. He is a charter member of the Elk Point Community Choir and, for the last 15 years, has been its director. He has been involved with the Elk Point Dinner Theatre productions since its inception 20 years ago both as a performer and as a stage member (sound, lights), and has written the music for 4 of the productions. He continues to perform at public venues outside his school responsibilities and teaches both piano and guitar to interested students.