Michael Lamb, started his career at the age of eight when he was asked to join the Singing Boys of Long Island, a professional boys' choir that patterned itself after the Vienna Boys' Choir. Michael sang and toured with the group for five years, after which his family relocated to Connecticut. During High School, Michael was honored as an All-Regional Soloist as well as an All-State Soloist.
Michael attended the Greater Hartford Academy of the Performing Arts, where he majored in Acting. He performed with the Hartford Stage Youth Theater continuing his training in acting and directing techniques with Mr. Clay Stevenson, the Hartford Stage Youth Theater director at that time. Michael then went on to study theater at the United States International University (San Diego) and Musical Theater at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh). Michael has performed with many Equity, touring and regional theater groups across the country. Some of his work includes Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, Barnum in Barnum, Sid in Pajama Game, Billy in Carousel, Tony in West Side Story, Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Perchick in Fiddler on the Roof to name a few.
He is the Founder and currently serves as the President/CEO of Performing Arts Programs, Inc. which has been in existence since 1997. The program has catered to thousands of young people, offering acting, musical theater, dance, private/group voice lessons, as well as having produced many musical productions.
The goal of the Program is to reach as many people as possible and to help raise up a new generation of creatively charged individuals. Michael's philosophy is to create an environment which fosters students ability to explore and develop their skills and gifts in a safe and affirming environment.
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