Director & Choreographer Sandra Julian
A native of Moate, Co Westmeath, Sandra took to the stage at the tender age of 10 with Moate Variety and subsequently appeared in numerous productions with the Variety Group. Her professional career began at the age of 18 as she choreographed for local groups across the midlands and has successfully been doing that claiming many accolades over the years. She established Dancezone Stage School in 1995 and under her direction they have a long list of credits to their name. Sandra has produced Street Theatre production with entire town in Ferbane Co Offaly, Directed Workshops, Summer camps, several musicals in schools across the Midlands, dance programmes for both primary, secondary and third level students. Directed and choreographed successful productions for Disneyland Paris 2003, 2008 & 2018. Directed and choreographed performances for production in Saddlers Wells, West End London & Her Majesty’s Theatre London, home to Phantom of the Opera and were due to return to the Westend November 2020, now rescheduled. She has designed and delivered Dance program for Dept. of Education for primary level teachers, Summer Course, and Autumn Workshop 2010. In 2018 Sandra directed, produced and recorded with the School its own anti-bullying and sign-language song as part of Creative Ireland Crinniu na nOg Day. One of the big success stories for the school was the winning of the national competition with TV3 to have their own slot on the bill at the Cheerios Childline Concert. Sandra has trained in Edge Performing Arts in Los Angeles CA, Pineapple London and has Post Graduate Dip from University of Limerick in Dance.