Daniel K. Williams - Artistic Director, Founder

Daniel is an accomplished performer and director in the greater Philadelphia area. He has directed with the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Chester County (Trial by Jury, Patience, The Mikado, Ruddigore), Thespis Etc (HMS Pinafore, Ruddigore), and Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra (The Gondoliers). In addition to several G&S tenor roles, Daniel has been seen as Aunt Sponge in James and the Giant Peach, Camille in The Merry Widow, Roger in Grease!, and in And The World Goes 'Round. He has also performed at the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival in Buxton, England. In 2009 Daniel originated the role of Dianne Feinstein in Melissa Dunphy's The Gonzales Cantata for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Outside of theatre, Daniel sings with The Brandywine Singers and is the tenor section leader and soloist at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in West Chester. Daniel teaches Pre-K at the West Chester Area Day Care Center and was named "Practioner of the Year" in 2007 by the Childhood Education Coalition of Chester County. 

Lyndsay Varsaci - President
Lyndsay studied Vocal Performance at West Chester University and is a singer and board member of the WCU Alumni choir. She is an active choral and board member of The Brandywine Singers and has enjoyed being a soprano soloist with the group in such works as Handel's Judas Maccabeaus, and Orff's Carmina Burana, among others. Lyndsay is currently the Choral Scholar-in-Residence and principal soprano soloist at First Presbyterian Church in West Chester. Lyndsay has seen on Bravo's stage as Sister Robert Anne (Nunsense), Little Red (Into The Woods), and Svetlana (CHESS). She has also been seen in such roles as Casilda in The Gondoliers, Lady Ella in Patience, and Rose Maybud in Ruddigore