Mitch Master has been the Summer Stock Theatre co-Director since 2002. He is the Director of the Performing and Fine Arts Department at the Jewish Academy Metropolitan Detroit. He has a B.S. in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Theatre from Grand Valley State University. Mitch has directed more than 65 musical/drama youth theatre productions and performed in more than 35 stage productions. He studied at The New Actor’s Workshop in New York and spent two years gaining invaluable experience in film/TV in Los Angeles. Mitch has taught and directed youth theatre programs such as the Birmingham Community House, Cranbrook Theatre School, Detroit Country Day School, Seaholm High School, Birmingham Public Education, Kingswood Boys and Girls Middle School, UCLA’s “Bruin Kids” in Los Angeles, Marvin L. Winans Academy of the Performing Arts in Detroit, the Village Players and Deborah’s Stagedoor in Rochester.
Daniel Greig has been the Summer Stock Theatre co-Director since 2003 and Music Director for the Summer Stock Theatre since 2002. He is currently Director of Music Ministry at St. Mary of the Hills Catholic Church in Rochester Hills where he directs and oversees an active music program. He has Music Directed more than 50 youth and adult musicals in the Detroit area -- Birmingham Community House, Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, Cranbrook Theatre School and more. Semi-professional credits include Music Director for "Hairspray" at the Bonstelle Theatre in Detroit (2012). Professional credits include Music Director at the Gem and Century Theatres for "The Marvelous Wonderettes, (2009)" and "Sister's Christmas Catechism" (2010, 2011.) Daniel holds a Bachelor of Music in Education from Wayne State University and is currently pursuing his Master of Music in Conducting. Daniel is often sought after as tenor soloist, conductor, pianist and organist for special events including Priesthood Ordinations at Blessed Sacrament Cathedral, and various special events at University of Detroit Mercy.
Core faculty members are working professionals in Michigan regional theatres or university-based training programs. Areas of focus for core faculty are: fundamentals of acting, voice training, improvisation, dance and musical theatre.