Suzanne Jalbert Jones

CO-FOUNDER / Co-Artistic DirectoR: Music

has served as the music director and choral conductor for many theatre companies, churches and schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Having served on the faculty of Cocheco Academy of the Arts in Dover, New Hampshire, as well as the Performing Arts Connection in Sudbury, Massachusetts, Mrs. Jones currently directs the Christ Church Choir and Junior Choir, and offers private lessons through her voice and piano studio. She is passionate about 19th and 20th century choral music and musical theatre, and was nominated for Best Musical Direction at the 2013 and 2014 EMACT DASH Awards. Mrs. Jones holds a B.M. in Classical Voice from the New England Conservatory of Music and a Masters in Choral Conducting from the University of New Hampshire.

Lexi Meunier

co-Founder / Co-ARtistic Director: Acting

began her theatrical career in her hometown of Derry, New Hampshire, by participating in youth programs much like PSP, and continues to perform throughout the New England theatre community. Mrs. Meunier has held a position on the conservatory faculty of the Performing Arts Connection in Sudbury, Massachusetts, as well as serving as the Director of Theatre Education for the Haverhill branch of the North Shore YMCA Theatre Company. She is a graduate of the Portland Actors Conservatory in Portland, Oregon, where she studied acting for stage and film in addition to voice, movement, stage combat, clowning, theatre history, and technical theatre, and holds a B.A. in English with a Theatre Arts concentration from the University of Massachusetts.

Christina Demaio


is a mezzo-soprano, holding a B.M. in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music. Ms. DeMaio is an active vocal soloist throughout New England, performing a diverse variety of repertoire from classical to contemporary. She has been a Young Artist at Asheville Lyric Opera, and winner of the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra's Opera Competition in 2016. Ms. DeMaio offers private voice instruction and loves helping young singers on their journey to discovering and embracing their own unique instrument.




has had a passion for dance since she was a child. She is trained in ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre, lyrical, and hip-hop. She has worked with multiple dance companies and school theatre programs throughout the Northeast, as both an instructor and choreographer. She was also the founder, director, and choreographer of the St. Peter Players, a youth theatre program for 4th - 8th grade students in Warwick, Rhode Island. Developing her other passion for teaching, Mrs. Mize also has her B.A. in Elementary Education and Psychology from Stonehill College, and her Masters degree in Literacy from Providence College. She is so excited that she gets to join both of her passions working with PSP! 

Rebecca Schneebaum


is a Boston-based actor, teaching artist, and Linklater Voice teacher who has been studying directly with Kristin Linklater over the last three years. Rebecca received her BFA in Acting from Emerson College and now teaches voice to the first year students in their Performing Arts department. She also works for their undergraduate admissions auditions, and voice coaches for Emerson Stage productions. Most recently, Rebecca returned from teaching voice and various other classes at Shakespeare & Company's month-long Summer Training Institute in Lenox, Massachusetts. Rebecca is the Education Director for Brown Box Theatre Project and teaches students 7-18 at Wheelock Family Theatre. As an actor, she has worked with American Repertory Theatre, The Huntington Theatre, Boston Playwright's Theatre, Actor's Shakespeare Project, and many others.

Jacqui young


has enjoyed an extensive career as a professional dancer, award-winning choreographer, studio owner, director, and educator in New York City and Europe. She is a certified American Ballet Theatre Instructor as well as a certified teacher of the Giordano technique. Ms. Young holds a B.S. in Choreography and Creative Theory from the City University of New York, as well as an M.A. from John Jay College. She has lectured extensively on dance as a rehabilitation tool for marginalized populations, most recently at the University of Ottawa in Canada and Cambridge University in England. She has devoted her entire life to the field of dance, and feels that dance is therapeutic, bringing joy to all who experience it. Dance is life.

James DuPrie


is a retired high-tech executive and research neurobiologist. He has been involved in the performing arts for most of his life, including ballet and other styles of dance, playing in bands, and occasionally acting and singing. Mr. DuPrie has been a part of various community theatre groups throughout the New England area, including Theatre III and Marblehead Little Theatre. A former board member and faculty of the Cocheco Academy of the Arts in Dover, New Hampshire, Mr. DuPrie is currently retired and enjoys spending his spare time helping the Pine Street Players at Christ Church continue to thrive.