Megan now works as an agent, director, producer and teacher after stepping away from performing in 2012. Megan’s debut producer role was her London production of RENT 2013, nominated for a What’s On Stage Award and winner of two Broadway World awards and numerous 4 and 5 star reviews, making it “one of the most successful fringe productions of RENT seen in a long time”. This success then followed when she produced, co-directed and choreographed Spring Awakening for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017, which won second best musical at the fringe that year. Megan has been teaching for 8 years, and has since successfully secured her students places at drama schools, music academies, in west end roles and achieving distinctions for their LAMDA examinations. Megan is dedicated to her performing arts academy and is truly grateful for all the talent she is lucky enough to work with each week.



Chris trained at the Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts (LIPA) and graduated in 2011 with a 2.1 honors degree in Acting.

Theatre credits include;

Engine Driver & U/S Toad in Wind in the Willows (London Palladium), Max in Zelda (Other Palace), Eddie in Season’s Greetings (Gordon Craig Theatre) Homer Zuckerman in Charlotte’s Web The Musical (Gordon Craig Theatre), Ugly Sister in Cinderella (Theatre Royal Margate, Middleton Arena, Rotherham Civic), Lion in Wizard of Oz (Worthing Pavilion), Timms in The History Boys (Greenwich Theatre), Beast in Beauty and the Beast (UK Tour), Hired Killer in Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Liverpool Everyman), Potts in Mojo (LIPA) and Cliff in A Small Family Business (LIPA).

Film and TV credits include; Brad in The PROduction (Sitcom pilot) and John in Numbers (Short film)

V/O – Various in Guitar Hero Live Video Game (Activision)



Louis Trained in Musical Theatre at PPA (Guildford) 

Recently has come off Happy Ever After UK Tour with Sam Bailey. Credits inc: World Premiere Of Cartoon Network Live! Arena Tour as Ben 10, Endeavour (ITV Series), The White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland (Int. Tour), Filch/Dance Captain in Beggars Opera (Lazarus Theatre Company), Duchamp in UK Premiere of Hotel For Criminals: Horror Opera (New Wimbledon Theatre), Conor (Lead) in Can’t Stop It: Another New Musical Workshop (West End), Pc Pong/Understudy Aladdin in Aladdin (Harlequin Theatre), Smiler in Snow White & Seven Dwarfs (Theatre Royal Nottingham), West Side Story (Manchester Warehouse/Dir. Nikolai Foster & Drew McOnie).



A graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (MA Musical Theatre Performance), Tom is a freelance actor, musical director and singing teacher working in and around London. He works with people of all ages, predominantly secondary school age students, as well as professional performers and musicians, with recent professional clients receiving final round auditions for West-End productions. Tom offers lessons in the following: singing technique; audition technique; acting-through-song; song-writing; piano; music theory; and Logic-based music production. He also offers extra tutoring for GCSE Music.
Tom obtained a First Class Honours degree in Music from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2017. At Royal Holloway, he studied voice under Graham Titus, and Robert Greenhill. In 2018, Tom graduated from the one-year postgraduate course in Performance (Musical Theatre), at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, studying voice under Holly Aisbitt, Marco Morbidelli, and Martin Leberman. His first professional position after graduating was Assistant Musical Director for Aria Entertainment’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Aspects of Love’ at Southwark Playhouse; he has gone on to AMD and MD several productions including ‘Dogfight’ at Southwark Playhouse, the 5 Year Celebration Show at IAMT, and ‘Brexit Stage Left’ at Above The Arts, Covent Garden. Tom also appears as a performer, and in 2020 appeared as Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Al-Fresco Theatre), Various roles in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Room 29 Theatre virtual production), and Ensemble in Roles We’ll Never Play (Turbine Theatre).


Teaches - Juniors Acting & LAMDA

George is currently working on his ATCL in Musical Theatre with Trinity Laban and is hoping to graduate in 2020. George is an ex-student and has starred in many previous productions with the company including Loserville, RENT and Spring Awakening. George has also worked professionally as voice actor for the Disrespect Nobody Campaign. George also works a freelance technician and operator and as a private LAMDA teacher. He is so excited to join the Academy Team.


Teaches - Jazz, Tap & Musical Theatre

Deanna is a graduate from Italia Conti Academy and has been performing in professional and amateur productions from a young age. She began her career with playing Belinda Cratchit in ‘Scrooge’ at the London Palladium and as a member of the juvenile ensemble in ‘Never Forget’ at the Savoy Theatre. She then went on to perform in pantomimes and UK touring productions such as ‘Scrooge’ and ‘Evita’. Having been with IAMT for 5 years, she started with performing as Carmen Diaz in the first ‘Fame’ and then Mimi Marquez in ‘Rent’, before moving on to choreographing shows such as ‘Bare: A Pop Opera’, ‘13: the musical’, ‘Spamalot’ and ‘American Idiot’. Deanna also performed with The IAMT at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 playing the role of Martha in ‘Spring Awakening’.

Richard Baker - Resident Musical Director

Teaches - Singing & Voice


Richard is a musical director, vocal coach, composer and improviser. He has recently worked as an MD/improviser on Mischief Movie Night at the Arts Theatre, and as MD on the All Male Pirates of Penzance at Wilton’s Music Hall, and the All Male Iolanthe and The Mikado on national tours of the UK. Other MD credits include: Secret Garden at the Ambassadors Theatre, Finian’s Rainbow at Charing Cross Theatre, several runs of NewsRevue at the Canal Café Theatre, Princess Ida at the Finborough Theatre, Lucky Stiff, Road Show, Anyone Can Whistle and Our House at the Union Theatre, The Wandering Scholar at the King’s Head Theatre and the annual pantomime at Newbury Corn Exchange for five consecutive years. He composed music and songs for Peter Pan Goes Wrong at the Apollo Theatre in London and later for the BBC version, national tour and international productions. He initially joined Mischief Theatre as an improvising musician for their show Lights! Camera! Improvise!, which played several sold out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and had a monthly residency at the Duchess Theatre, later becoming Mischief Movie Night. His other recent improvisation work includes the last six Annual 50-Hour London Improvathons (Finsbury Park Theatre, LOST Theatre and Wiltons Music Hall) with Extempore Theatre. Other recent composition work includes the short film The Art of Za Deal and Indebted to Chance at the Old Red Lion.

Guest Teachers:

Liam Ross-Mills – Musical Theatre (Hair)

Biancha Syznal – Musical Theatre (ETAJ & Matilda)

Laura Tyrer – Musical Theatre (Chicago, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory)

Reece Kerridge – Musical Theatre (Book of Mormon, Shrek)

Dan Styles – (Independant Drama) Stage Combat & Sword Fighting

Spencer O’Brien – (Arts Ed) Muscial Theatre (Ghost)

Mia Lincoln – Musical Theatre (Shrek)

​James Rowlands – Stage Combat

Mark Turnbull – Film & TV / Voice (Les Miserables)

Jodie Steele – (GSA) Musical Theatre  (RENT, Legally Blonde, Bare, FAME)

Justine Jade – (Reynolds) Dance & Musical Theatre (Eurovision, Casualty, Eastenders & Dora)

Emily Fausett – (Reynolds) Tap & Jazz (Eurovision)

Julia Carey – (GSA) Shakespeare & Acting (Former Head of Acting at GSA)

Cory Peterson – (GSA) Shakespeare, Acting & Film & TV (Former Tutor at GSA & PPA, The 100 Year Old Man Who Jumped Out The Window & A Little Night Music

​Erin Caldwell – (GSA) Acting