The Faces of Singing Onstage

Heidi Biever

Founder/Co-Director, Master Teacher for Younger/Middle  Levels.

Heidi Biever is a master teacher at Singing Onstage, specializing in the classes for young and up-and-coming performers. Heidi has nurtured her much-loved students through hundreds of performances and finds great joy in their growth and confidence…Read More!

Richard Biever

Founder/Co-Director, Master Teacher for Advanced Musical Theatre Classes

Richard Biever has been involved with professional theatre since he was sixteen-years-old. He has worked professionally as an actor and singer (First National Tour of Oil City Symphony), musical director (National and European Tours of Little Shop of Horrors and West Side Story) and composer/arranger (The New Normal)… Read More!

Madeline Biever

Director/Choreographer for Advanced Musical Theatre Classes, Registration Manager

Madeline has been participating in Singing Onstage since its very first class! After many years of performing, she began teaching in Fall 2016… Read More!

Katey Crean

Choreographer for Middle Level Classes

“With every job that must be done, there is an element of fun” Katey Crean has been with Singing Onstage since 2010 when she was a student in the Advanced Class… Read More!

Cara Smith

Assistant Teacher for Younger Levels, Communications Manager

Cara is thrilled to be a part of the Singing Onstage team! She grew up in Pittsburgh as a gymnast, cheerleader, diver, and finally discovered one of her true loves in life—dance!… Read More!

Kathy Ridenour

Financial Records, Costume Coordinator

Excited to be a part of such a fantastic organization, Kathy Ridenour grew up in central Pennsylvania.  She was an active member of many choruses, bands, and orchestras through college… Read More!

Jen Marcovitch

Costume Coordinator and Videographer

Jen is thrilled to be a part of Singing Onstage as a Costume Coordinator and Videographer… Read More!

Julie Snyder

Master Costumer

Over the past decade, Julie’s creations have graced the stage for over 50 local productions including FUSE, PSU Opera, Nittany Theatre at the Barn, SCCT and the State High Thespians.  She delights in the knowledge that her work for Singing Onstage will inspire children as they explore the fantastic world of theater.  She lives and works at her home in Stormstown alongside her husband Will and four children.

James McCready


James is the resident Grumpy Gus. If you haven’t seen him wandering around, you’ve probably seen him on stage in FUSE’s Camelot (Mordred), Cabaret (Bobby), Assassins (Charles Guiteau), Seminar (Martin), Les Misérables (Grantaire), Parade (Leo Frank), and 4000 Miles (Leo).