Corrie Peach McCulloch
Drama Kids Owner & Teacher
Corrie was a shy child and found that theatre gave her a safe space to find her voice, with the eventual result of playing the lead role of Kim in her high school musical “Bye Bye Birdie”, including two solos! Corrie went on to compete in voice competitions and still enjoys singing musical theatre numbers to this day. Corrie coached children’s soccer for a number of years, and raised two amazing (she admits that she is biased) children, who’ve both graduated from Texas A&M, her daughter with a masters who works in wildlife conservation, and her son with a degree in biomedical engineering, she also volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters and enjoys spending time with her “Little”. Corrie is excited to bring the magic of theatre into other children’s lives through the DramaKids program. She provides a safe and nurturing space for her students, with lots of fun and energy, the right amount of silly, along with the structure to help “her kids” succeed. Corrie is also an artist, and brings creative fun through set design to her DramaKids classes. Corrie teaches after-school programs and summer camps too, and is looking forward to helping your child find their own shine.
Drama Kids Owner & Teacher
Judson turned his energy towards theatre starting in middle and high school, participating in many UIL competitions, and performed in a plethora of Theatre productions, including lead roles in Children of a Lesser God; Brighton Beach Memoirs, Greater Tuna, Bye-Bye Birdie, Runaways, and Scooter Thomas Makes it to the Top of the World, among others. Judson was also a professional stand-up comedian in his younger years. He brings his wit and humor to his classes, along with the experience of many years of marketing and sales training. Judson’s proudest accomplishment though is his 26-year-old daughter, who graduated from Florida State with a degree in Computer Technology, and works for a national company. Judson enjoys seeing his students gain self-confidence in themselves and their public speaking through the DramaKids program. Judson teaches after-school programs as well as summer camps, and also does audition and competition preparation. Judson looks forward to helping your child find their own voice.
Drama Kids Teacher
For as long as he can remember, Alex has loved theatre! Growing up, he participated in his school’s theatre club from an early age and through high school. Having worked in education for over ten years, he has always supported the arts as a way for young people to explore and expand their horizons through creativity and an open mind regarding self-expression. Being fluent in English, Spanish, and French, he also acknowledges the importance and benefits that languages play in building the world around us. Alex holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from ITESO, in Guadalajara, Mexico and is currently a Middle School teacher in a renowned private school in San Antonio. He is thrilled to be a part of the Drama Kids team!