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Clinton Sherwood is a teacher and multidisciplinary artist who is currently pursuing his MFA in Musical Theatre at San Diego State University. After receiving his BFA in Musical Theatre from Millikin University, he began performing across the country in regional theaters (select credits: Mary Poppins, Starlight Express, Hair, Cats, Hairspray) and in the national tours of Cats and West Side Story. After a quick appearance on The CW's 90210, Clinton finally landed in NYC where he joined the Broadway company of The Book of Mormon and would soon be a traveling swing to cover all 3 companies of the musical. While in NYC, he began to direct music productions at universities in the tri-state area in addition to his Teaching Artist role at New York City Center. Recently, Clinton finished a 3-year position as an associate voice teacher for the Matt Farnsworth Vocal Studio, where he was teaching singers of all ages from young high school artists to Broadway performers. His dance education includes training at STEPS, Broadway Dance Center, Millenium Dance Complex, EDGE, Pineapple Dance Studio, and more. Clinton looks forward to working with TBC's students in our new Musical Theatre program!
Trisha Carter began her training in Maine with Bossov Ballet Theater and continued training abroad under the instruction of Alla Sizova, Dimitri Simkin, Irina Trofimova Golovkina, Natalia Papinashvilli, and Vadim Pisarev, ultimately leading to her acceptance into the Vaganova School in St. Petersburg, Russia. She completed her schooling at the Harid Conservatory and Kirov Academy in the United States before joining Houston Ballet II and later Ballet Florida. She
Trisha has performed with multiple companies and choreographers touring both locally and internationally: Houston Ballet, Ballet Florida, Cuban Classical Ballet, Miami Contemporary Dance Company, Dance Now Miami, and was a founding member with Dimensions Dance Theater of Miami. Her classical repertoire includes soloist roles in Anna Karenina, Cinderella, Coppelia, Don Quixote, Giselle, La Bayadere, La Vivandiere, La Sylphide, Les Sylphides, Nutcracker, Paquita, Peer Gynt, Raymonda, Romeo & Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Talisman, as well as contemporary works by the likes of Gerald Arpino, Kevin Jenkins, Leonardo Reale, Paolo Mohovic, Tara Lee, Vicente Nebrada, and Yanis Pikeris, among others.
Trisha holds a B.B.A. in International Business & Trade and a B.S. in International Economics, which she uses to develop the performing arts. Her greatest off-stage achievement is founding Miami Dance Hub, the dance alliance organization for South Florida, where she served as Executive Director for three years. When not dancing on stage, Trisha works with her husband, Kevin Jenkins, as his repetiteur and also performs with his company, Ballet Counterpoint.
Sammy Gerraty grew up training in Vaganova style ballet before pursuing her BFA in dance at UCSB. She was a member of the student company that toured Europe her senior year, and graduated with honors for a modern piece she choreographed about the impacts of ocean pollution on marine wildlife. Since graduating, she has been teaching modern and ballet to students of all ages, and has been part of an artistic residency where she has been collaborating with musicians to create original works. Sammy is currently working in wildlife rehab and as an RVT.