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Meet the Team


Stacey - Principle / Friday School Manager/ J.Y.T Drama and Musical Theatre Teacher 

Stacey's passion for facilitating and training young people in the performing arts came from a love for 'the stage'. Stacey grew up attending many fabulous youth drama groups where she realised her love for the arts. As a youngster she was lucky enough to perform in many productions including 'West Side Story', 'Jekyll and Hyde' and Bill Kenwright's production of 'Evita'.

After gaining a BA(hons) in Acting from the Trinity School of Performing Arts, Stacey began working professionally as an actress and singer in productions such as 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'Peter Pan'. It was during the time when she was writing her own playscript of 'The Tortoise and the Hare', a musical adaptation of the famous fable, that she developed a passion for working with children. The play was aimed at a younger audience and she performed as the tortoise as it toured the U.K. This marks the beginning of Stacey's teaching career. After obtaining her QTS at the University of Wolverhampton, Stacey worked as a Teacher of English in a secondary school for many years and continued teaching private singing lessons. 


Stacey is extremely excited to be leading J.A.M Youth Theatre as it begins its journey, and hopes that it can bring a passion for the arts to each and every student that walks through its doors. 


Harriet - J.Y.T Musical Theatre Teacher

Harriet has been performing from the age of 3, in all things Musical Theatre. As a youngster she performed in various different shows including The English Youth Ballet and also in Bill Kenrights production of 'Scrooge'. She then, at age 16, went on to Midlands Academy of Dance & Drama in Nottingham to do a foundation course before heading to Liverpool Theatre School for 3 years, where she attained a Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre.

Following her training she became Singer/Dancer on the Thomson Majesty Cruise Ship, toured the UK in Aladdin, performed in various shows and pantomimes and was even a dancer on the JLS Farewell Tour. 

Harriet can now be found performing in various shows around the Midlands after moving back home a few years ago, she is also the resident singer at Chill Jazz & Wine Bar in Tettenhall.

Dance has always been the foundation of Harriet's training, becoming accomplished in many styles. The singing and acting was just a pleasant surprise along the way.

Harriet is absolutely thrilled to be a part of J.A.M Youth Theatre and can't wait to help little performers, as she was, grow into the stars of tomorrow!

Kacey - Saturday School Manager / Jammy Dodgers Leader / JYT Musical Theatre Teacher  


Kacey is excited to be joining Jam Youth Theatre and thrilled to be teaching our Jammy Dodger class, starting with the musical Honk! She will also teach the Musical Theatre class and is looking forward to working on their upcoming production.


"Jam Youth Theatre has been very welcoming, the children and staff are so lovely and talented. I couldn't ask for a better and more rewarding job!" 


Kacey has trained in all aspects of performing arts since the age of eight. She has performing experience at prestigious London venues and completed formal education in dance, drama, performance and production arts, with University of the Arts London diploma awards. 


A versatile dancer, singer and actress having performed in a number of productions including the female leads in Shrek! The Musical (Princess Fiona) and Everybody’s Talking about Jamie (Miss Hedge). In addition to performing, she was also the dance captain and choreographer for the musicals Hairspray (Brenda), We Will Rock You (Aretha) and Matilda The Musical.


Lara - JYT Drama Teacher

Lara has been performing since she was six years old when he did her first show at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton and has continued to perform there yearly ever since. Some of her favourites being Kinky Boots, Our House and Peter Pan - where she also helped out with the flying in the show!

Lara trained in Musical Theatre at BOA and achieved Distinctions throughout her time there. She also has distinctions in both singing and LAMDA exams and loved competing in district rotary competitions and Dudley and Chadmoor festivals. Whilst in school Lara was frequently asked to help direct and choreograph the lower years school plays and she thoroughly enjoyed working with the youngsters to help develop their confidence. 

Lara is very excited to be joining the team at JAM Youth Theatre; she hopes to help the students ignite their passion for the arts, the same way youth theatres helped her in the past. 


Leah - LAMDA teacher / Drama Assistant

Leah has always had an eye for the arts but never saw it as a career possibility until later in life. Throughout that time she has trained as a teaching assistant, working with various ages in primary schools. 

Within her acting life, Leah has worked closely with Gazebo Theatre and has since completed the Arts Connect programme 'Young Artists To Work With Children and Young People' and has gained a wealth of experience. 

Outside of JAM, she's performed in 'She's Royal' and most recently 'Charley's Aunt'. With her eye for detail and love of comedy, Leah loves to combine both with the students to get them to come out of their shells. She's really excited to work closely with all of the student, getting stuck in and having fun. 

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