Justine Murray

Justine has been a Jazz and Contemporary faculty member in the leading vocational colleges for 25 years, these include Laine Theatre Arts, Performers College, The Centre for Performing Arts and Bird College, as Head of the Jazz Department.

As a guest teacher, choreographer and adjudicator, she has also worked for The Royal Academy of Dance, Tring Park, The Hammond School and Merseyside Dance Centre.

Along side her vocational level teaching and choreographic work, Justine continues to lecture in the UK and internationally for teachers, being one of the original creative team for the current Children’s Modern Theatre syllabus.

Justine is Jazz faculty at Morea Performing Arts

Jazz Faculty for 2020 TBC.

Previous faculty has included

Alex Forster

Musical Theatre

Alex has worked closely with Andrew Lloyd Webber as a performer and dance captain in London's West End for over 15 years. Join us, and learn real West End/Broadway audition pieces!

Alex was born and raised in London, England. His first job was at the age of 12 working with Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber on a show called Young Apollo. He went on to train at the prestigious Arts Educational School in London where he was awarded the Andrew ...Lloyd Webber scholarship for Musical Theatre; he is now faculty at Morea Performing Arts.

During his time at college Alex performed at the Royal Variety Performance and the Brit Awards working for Arlene Phillips. After graduating Alex went straight into work. His first job was Sir Andrew Lloyd Webbers "Sunset Boulevard", working with Sir Trevor Nunn and the legendary Bob Avion. Alex was the youngest cast member in the history of the show.

His next show was "Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", teaming up with Andrew Lloyd Webber and again becoming the youngest person in the history of the show to play the title role of Joseph on stage.

Many shows followed including "LES MISERABLES" ,"RENT" and "WE WILL ROCK YOU" which he made his home for 6 years. Alex performed and acted as Dance Captain, working alongside Ben Elton, the legendary Brian May, and again with Arlene Phillips.