(Director of Education)
Becky Timms is a teacher, director, choreographer, and performer. She has been teaching dance, musical theatre performance and acting for over 35 years, teaching at some of the best institutions in the country from the Joffrey Ballet school in New York City to the famous Perry Mansfield summer camp in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Throughout her journey as a performer, she discovered that her real passion lies in teaching – in “paying it forward” to the next generation. She is so excited to bring her years of experience and training to the Goldner Conservatory at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. She has extensive professional experience on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and national tours and has worked with some of professional theatre’s finest legendary directors and choreographers. She has worked with such legends as Jerome Robbins, Harold Prince, Michael Bennett, Bob Fosse, Susan Stroman, and Trevor Nunn, to name a few. Becky has directed and choreographed more than 60 productions for professional Equity theatres all over the country: La Jolla Playhouse, the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (original production of Illyria), The Cort (regional premiere, Putting It Together) , and MTC, among others. In addition, she was the associate choreographer for the Tony Award winning show Thoroughly Modern Millie in 2002.
Becky brings her years of experience as a teacher, dancer, choreographer, director, and performer to the helm of the Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.
Brian Andrews is a long-time alumnus of such Broadway and national tours as CATS and A Chorus Line, including nearly 6,000 cumulative performances. In New York, he studied with David Howard at the Harkness School of Ballet, and at STEPS, with Finis Jhung and Madame Darvash. Brian has danced at such regional venues as the St. Louis Muny, Corn Stock and Peoria Players in Peoria, Illinois, and has received dance training at Hubbard Street Dance and Ellis Du Boulay School of Ballet in Chicago. He is a member of the Cecchetti Council of America and is now a certified Cecchetti Instructor, having obtained training from such masters as Suzanne Gray-Granger, Pirkko Lawler and more. For ten years Brian taught at his own school, Ballet Plus, training students in voice, ballet, jazz, and tap. During that time, he was also on the teaching staff at Ballet Florida, and for eleven years taught music and dance at the Goldner Conservatory at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Brian is happy to back at the Maltz to usher in a new era.
Amy Dolan-Malaney is a veteran of the stage. Among her varied theatrical roles are an appearance in the first national and Broadway cast recording of Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? She was also seen in multiple mainstage opera productions during a twenty-one-year career with the Michigan Opera Theatre at the Detroit Opera House. Amy has worked at diverse regional venues including Chicago’s Marriott Lincolnshire and Drury Lane Oakbrook, Michigan’s Meadowbrook Theatre, the Kenley Players in Ohio, and many more. She recently performed the role Mrs. Whatsit in A Wrinkle in Time and Jack’s mother in Into the Woods at Flint Repertory Theatre. Amy is a proud member of the professional actors’ union, Actors' Equity Association (AEA).