Director & Advisor
Ms. McCoy is a firm believer in the power of theater as an educational and developmental tool for young people.
She has a particular interest in utilizing the unique power of theatre to allow individuals to see the world through another perspective. Over the past decade or so, she has been lucky enough to join countless children and young adults as they grow through the arts.
Ms. McCoy has taught and directed theatre at a variety of schools and arts organizations including; Oddfellows Playhouse, the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts, UP Academy Boston, the Boston Arts Academy, and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.
Ms. McCoy holds a B.A. in theater and English from Wesleyan University and an M.Ed from Lesley University. She lives in Holliston with her partner, James, and two young sons.
Assistant Director & Choreographer
Ms. Snider holds a Bachelors Degree in Musical Theater from Baldwin Wallace University and a Masters in Theater Education from Emerson College. Her education taught her to, above all, trust her instincts, make bold choices, and listen with compassion.
In her downtime, Julia is likely wearing a mask while photographing High School Senior Portraits, hanging with other peoples’ children, or planning post-pandemic trips to National Parks with her longtime love, Kevin.
Ann Marie Tremblay
Musical Director of the Musical
With a keen interest in music’s healing and restorative qualities, Mrs. Tremblay began her studies in Music as a voice and piano double major, attaining a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
After working in Texas as a Music Therapist, Mrs. Tremblay completed her Music Education certification at Boston University and continued with a Masters in Music Education at The Boston Conservatory.
Serving at Choral Director for Wellesley High School, Nipmuc Regional High School, and Medfield Public Schools, Choral Music quickly became her passion.
Mrs. Tremblay encourages all students to be active in music and drama in high school--there’s no better place to feel at home!
Mr. Jacobson is a long-time stage technician, having worked in every aspect of stage production in high school, college, and beyond. Prior to working at MHS, Mr. Jacobson was a graphic designer, and he hopes to bring a keen eye for visual details to each show. He has been in education in many different capacities over the years, including working with students with traumatic brain injuries, teaching English in Japan, and working in the special education department at MHS. He is eager to help foster an inclusive environment where students can learn all aspects of stagecraft and build something that makes them proud.
Mr. Jacobson holds a B.A. in English and Art History from Skidmore College and an M.A.T. from Northeastern University. He can often be found wandering the woods of New England with his dog, Zephyr.
Mr. Cost has 20 years experience working on theater, dance, music, and other types of events. He finds great joy in the ways light and color can be used to contribute to a powerful live theater production and affect the mood of an experience.
Over the years, Mr. Cost has had the opportunity to work on many rewarding shows regionally and internationally. He has worked with Portland Stage Company, Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Amy Marshall Dance Company, Greater Boston Stage Company, Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Boston Arts Academy, to name a few. Mr. Cost continues to expand his list of credits as he continues to work with many long-term clients year after year.
Mr. Cost has a B.A. from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and lives in Weymouth, MA with his wife and their two children; one human, one pitbull.