Amy K Barnes

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Amy K Barnes toured internationally with Ballet Excelsior of Houston, performing in Australia, Russia, Poland, Bulgaria and Greece as well as cities in America including LA and New York.

After touring she attended SHSU where she studied musical theater. Since then she has pursued a career performing and choreographing around the Houston Area. She has choreographed for a wide variety of theaters and venues including (but not limited to) The Texas Renaissance Festival, TRF After Dark, and the Owen Theatre–where she won an award for her choreography of Chicago in 2016.

She is also a professional actress and dancer.  She recently performed in Medea Myth, with PrismCo Movement Theatre at The Wyly Theatre in Dallas and in Elektra as a Super with Houston Grand Opera.  She is currently touring with Main Street Theatre for Youth in their production of School House Rock Live! Other memorable roles include Judy Haynes in White Christmas, Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie, and Daniel in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised].

Amy is the loving mom of two young children and works side by side in the Theatre with her true love: Jared.

Jared Alan Barnes

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Jared A. Barnes is an actor, singer, dancer, director, and fighter.  He majored in Musical Theatre at SHSU and has continued pursuing a career as a professional performing artist since then.

Recent credits include Titanic with Uptown Theatre in Dallas, and Pure Country (World Premiere) with Lyric Stage in Irving.  He has played King Henry VIII, and Hercules at the Texas Renaissance Festival, and Patrick Star at Moody Gardens. Some other roles include: El Gallo in The Fantasticks, Jesus in Godspell, and Marius in Les Miserables.

He has also worked as a playwright and songwriter and has directed productions at various venues including LSC–Tomball and The Crighton Theatre. He worked for three years as the shop foreman at LSC–Tomball.  He is also a fight choreographer and stunt performer.

God gave us our gifts, it is up to us to use them. We intend to.