A Performing Arts Troupe Designed to Serve Churches, Schools, and Community Groups:
- Trained in high quality music, energetic dramatic sketches and improvisation
- Experienced in performing for small or large crowds, all ages, for as little as 15 minutes to as long as an hour+… Audience members are invited to participate in fun activities and songs!
- Musical pieces from today’s hit music, Christian music, children’s pieces
- Dramatic sketches consist of some original material as well as popular children’s fairy tales, scenes from shows and television – all with redemptive themes woven throughout
- Salt+Light guarantees a quality, memorable performance no matter what the venue, no matter who the audience!
- Willing to help serve at your event – wherever you need a pair of extra hands.
Are you interested in applying for Salt+Light? We are currently accepting new recruits! Click here to apply and join us this summer on a few ‘gigs’ to see if Salt+Light is the right fit for you!
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Audrey Wilson has been serving with Salt and Light for three years, and has captained for two years. She has been involved in AWIP for four years and has acted in four main stage productions. Audrey is a member of House of Bread Community Church and sings on the worship team there. She has been a Christian her whole life and got baptized in August of 2017. She is seventeen years old and has been homeschooled since the third grade. She is currently applying to music college and loves writing and playing music with her band and Salt+Light.
Thomas Lupien is a Senior in high school. It’s his second year with Salt + Light, and he is excited to continue serving God through music, drama, and service to others. Tom enjoys improv and music, and he typically plays the cajon during gigs. He has a passion for learning, whether it’s about astronomy or math or World War II. He also loves the outdoors: some of his hobbies are mountain biking, sailing, camping, and Ultimate.
Julia Cappadona is 16 years old, and has been a Christian her whole life. Homeschooling since fifth grade, Julia became involved with AWIP three years ago, starting with workshops and moving up to the Main Stage productions since “The Wiz.” She has performed in choir for four years as well as multiple productions with Good Company Tutorials. She received vocal training from FSPA, and also participated in Glee Club. She enjoys reading, playing soccer, and being with friends. This will be her second year of Salt+Light, and she is excited to continue to use her love of music and acting to spread the Word of God.
Dani Chace is 17 years old and has been homeschooled for 11 years. Being a senior in high school, she is joining Salt+Light for the first time and the last. Dani really enjoys dancing and takes over 12 hours of classes a week in many genres including tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop, and acro. Despite her great dedication to dance, her true love is acting. In her free time you can find her tumbling, singing, and turning her homework into dramatic readings.
Gabby Distefano loves music, reading, and sports. She has been involved with A Work in Progress for a little over a year now and has grown to love it very much. Gabby is a classically trained pianist that has been playing for about a decade now, but she enjoys picking up some modern and jazz songs here and there. She is 15 years old and has been homeschooled for almost four years and this is her first year of Salt + Light. Gabby is very excited to bring energy to the group and spread God’s love.
Noah Jeffrey is a sophomore entering his second year of Salt+Light. He enjoys playing guitar in Salt+Light and looks forward to serving in whatever way he can. When he isn’t playing music he is reading books, playing sports, or watching Netflix.
Hannah Macomber is a second year Salt + Lighter. She has been performing with A Work in Progress for four years. She has interned as an acting coach and dance instructor with the younger students, as well as, a script writer for the summer workshop. When not performing or taking vocal lessons, she is a platinum level competitive gymnast. Hannah is excited to see what doors God opens for this years team. She hopes to bring laughter and love to her team and the community they will serve.
Kelsey McLernon has been homeschooled her entire life and has been involved in AWIP for four years. At AWIP, she has been in the past four main stage productions, and the staged readings of The Crucible and Little Women. She also interned in Alice and Wonderland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Being raised in Christian home and receiving the Lord at age 8, Kelsey hopes that through Salt+Light she can grow in her relationship with the Lord and share his good news. Whenever she isn’t singing, she enjoys acting, playing the piano, reading, writing, and tap dancing.
Graham Wilson has been homeschooling since the first grade, and has been serving at A Work in Progress for over 3 years.¿ At A Work In Progress, Graham worked on the¿ backstage crews for Annie, The Wiz, and Alice in Wonderland, and Mary Poppins. Graham also participated in a staged reading of The Crucible and Little Women, as well as performing in White Christmas. Graham attends House of Bread Community Church in Taunton, MA and has been a Christian all his life. Graham serves his church by running the light system and helping with media.
Kirk is a freshman and started performing in AWIP productions when he was in the 7th grade. Kirk grew up in a Christian home. This is his first year in Salt+Light and he’s more than happy to be a part of the team. Someday he hopes to become a film actor. Kirk loves Disney, acting, Pixar, soccer and most importantly Jesus. He looks forward to using my acting and improv skills for Jesus. Kirk hopes to add a little bit of comedy to the sketches and to the team.
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