Norma Jeanne's career highlights consist of touring with Deborah Kerr in a play, "The Last Of Mrs. Cheney", and with John Raitt in three summer stock musical comedies (including "The Pajama Game"). Norma understudied two roles in "The Club", directed by Tommy Tune.
Collette Black, class instructor for Exploring Cabaret, has received awards and citations for excellence in various fields of cabaret including The Manhattan Association of Cabaret's Mac Award, The Nightlife Award and Backstage Bistro Award.
Mary Feinsinger has music directed many shows in New York and regional theatres. She has won many awards for her compositions—including a 2009 Jackie White Memorial Award, and a 2007 National Children's Theatre Competition Award. As co-founder, vocalist and keyboard artist of the West End Klezmorim, she performed at Carnegie Hall, The White House, Lincoln Center, Symphony Space and St. Peter's Jazz Church.