Dana McCoy has taught Method Acting for Musicians at Berklee College of Music’s brand new campus at The Power Station in NYC, The Actors Voice and Acting is ReActing as a teaching artist at the award-winning Harwich Junior Theatre, Choir Director for Cape Cod TechniChoir from Cape Cod Tech, Method Acting at TVI Actors Studio in New York City, Voice for Dancers at Tides Dance Collaborative in Chatham, Massachusetts, as well as privately coaching students internationally in voice, acting and songwriting. Ms. McCoy will also resume her position as Choir Director at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, an outreach program offered by The Harwich Junior Theatre in partnership with The United Way who is funding this ground-breaking pilot program bringing the arts to vocational schools. Having written six Billboard chart-topping songs, performed her own and other’s musicals internationally and off-Broadway, and studied with Marcia Haufrecht of the Actor’s Studio, as well as Katie Agresta of the Bel Canto vocal tradition, Dana is a confident and competent guide. She started out in Dance studying Ballet at North Carolina High School of the Arts, then Boston Conservatory for Musical Theater, and then on to Berklee College of Music for her degree in composition and performance. McCoy still enjoys a full performing schedule so she’s got a lot of practical and current experience to offer. She particularly enjoys helping people shine far beyond their own expectations. Her students have ranged from people who’ve never performed before, to those who’ve gone on to receive scholarships, awards, and bright professional careers.