VOCAL , INSTRUMENTAL TEACHERS

SARAH HUBAUER
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Sarah Hubauer graduated from Clarion-Limestone in 2016 and The Young Americans College of Performing Arts in 2018! She traveled through 6 different countries spending extensive time through the U.S., Germany and Japan teaching the performing arts through workshops and summer camps with The Young Americans since 2016. With this group she taught classes in acting, choral, and performance skills as well as privately taught vocal, acting, improv dance, and instrumental solos, often without a translator present when in foreign countries. In this group Sarah worked with refugees, juvenile detention centers, homeless shelters, thousands of people of all ages who speak little to no-english, at risk kids from inner-city schools, small town kids, and many more of all different backgrounds. While at The Young Americans College she worked with talented

and top actors, vocalists and dancers such as actresses, vocalist, dancers, and directors. Sarah has a deep rooted passion for the arts and education, growing up in a very musical and education centric family with her father being a successful professional musician himself and her mother being a teacher. Even before graduating high school Sarah was working with the scouts at day camps and outings teaching a variety of things, being heavily involved in the arts at her school as well as years of babysitting and working with kids. She is a hard worker and a dedicated one. Sarah is extremely excited to be working with the kids at the Dancer’s Studio and hope to share her passion for the arts in every way I can!

JESSIE EUSTICE
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Jessie Eustice is a Clarion native, with roots placed in Ohio, Toronto, and Pittsburgh. She was born with music in her veins and comes from an extremely musical family with members in various bands all over the country. Her father, Richard Eustice, is a well-known local musician in bands such as Scarecrow, Longshot, Ask A Stranger, & Eclectic Radio. Her uncle Jason Eustice is a sought-after singer/songwriter in Nashville. Her aunt, Marcia Eustice, is in the popular Pittsburgh band, Strange Brew, and her cousin Chris Kirkpatrick was the founding member of the boy band Nsync. Jessie has been performing in front of an audience since the age of three. She was a member of her high school choir, show choir, acapella sight-reading group, F.I.G.H.T. singing group, performed in 

many musicals in and out of high school, & scored the highest marks in all of her district solo, duo, and trio performances. After graduation, Jessie moved to Toronto, Ontario to pursue a singing career in a pop girl group called S’Real, whose manager was an A&R rep for RCA & BMG. After returning home to the states, Jessie has continued performing in various rock and Americana bands including Sauced, Jack Squat, the Acoustic Highway, and is currently a vocalist in the popular band Richard & Friends where you can find her singing rock, blues, country, and Americana. With a background in theater, choral singing, solo singing, harmonizing, and countless jam sessions, her performance history should prove beneficial in helping to make students feel comfortable and confident on a stage and behind a mic. Her encouraging and fun demeanor is appreciated by all. When Jessie is not performing, she is busy being an office manager, commercial cleaner, and a mom to her amazing daughter, Emerson.

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MADDY MARSHALL

Maddy Marshall is a teacher, multidisciplinary artist (singer/ songwriter, performer, painter, and model), community activist and mental health professional that graduated from Redbank Valley High School in 2018 and the Young Americans College of the Performing Arts in 2020.  Her degree is specialized in vocal performance, but her expertise carries over into acting, instruments, stage design and free form dance. Maddy’s relationship with performing runs deep, starting with singing at her church at age 6. Throughout high school Maddy was involved in concert choir, show choir, select choir, and the theatre program as well as scoring in the top ten of her section in district

choir and advancing her to the regional level both years. Her teaching with the Young Americans took her to Germany, Sweden, Denmark and California where she inspired leadership and confidence in students through music while serving varying demographics including incarcerated youth, special needs children, non-native English speakers, refugees and at risk youth. 

While with the Young Americans, Maddy has worked and connected with high profile actors, dancers, vocalists and directors, touched the lives of over 4,000 students and performed in 60+ professional shows. Maddy prides herself on her individualist and passionate teaching style, and is excited to bring her worldy experiences back into her community. 

Since college, Maddy has taken on directly caring for individuals with psychiatric disturbances and uses her knack for communication, kindness, and education to help them help themselves. In addition, she was the first Biracial woman elected to her City Council, where she served as a voice of positive change in her community. She brings a perfect balance of skill, creativity, discipline and fun to her classroom and looks forward to playing her part to keep performing and music alive in our area.