Meet The Team
Amy (Galose) Saltalamacchia is a hands-on locally owned small business woman. Amy has successfully run five businesses since 2007. She strives herself as a hands on art educator. Amy is an active member in her community, involved with multiple local and state level organizations. Most recently she was asked to site on a board with the Mass Cultural Society. Amy holds a MEd and has taught both public school and college level courses.
Amy is a mom, fur mom, and wife.
I’ve always loved art! From the time I was
a young kid, I was always drawing, painting
and doing all kinds of arts and crafts! When I
reached high school, I decided that art was
what I wanted to do for a career. I attended
UMASS Dartmouth, where after 4 years I
received my Bachelor of Fine Arts in
Illustration. The mediums I focused on there
were painting with acrylics, pastels and
black and white drawing on paper. After
graduation I worked in textile screen printing
creating wearable artwork! I am the proud
parent of 3 adult children. I was lucky enough
to be a full time stay at home Mom for them
and stepped back from my career in the arts!
I currently work as a teaching assistant. I have
been working with Middle School students in
the classroom for the past 6.5 years. During
the summers I have been an arts and crafts
instructor at a summer camp. I’m looking
forward to sharing my knowledge and skills
with the students at Creative Corner!
Co-Performing Arts Directors
Madison Harrington has been involved in the performing arts since a very young age and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Dean College, with concentrations in both
musical theatre and acting.
Throughout her time at Dean College, she appeared in several Mainstage productions including Clybourne Park (Betsy/Lindsey) [KCACTF Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship
Alternate], Thoroughly Modern Millie (Rita), Catch Me If You Can (Sherrie/Featured Dancer), Footloose (Featured Dancer), and Wonderful Town (Featured Dancer), as well
two virtual productions; Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Trisha) and Horse Girls (Tiffany). Madison also had the opportunity to assistant direct Dean College’s
production of The Theory of Relativity with Jim Beauregard and solo direct a handful of plays, both virtually and in person including Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, Angels in America: Perestroika, Fat Men in Skirts, and Reasons to be Pretty. She served as the President/Artistic Director for Dean College’s Musical Theatre Troupe, on the production team for a virtual play reading program called Werk Your Craft and has attended the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival as an Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship partner on two separate occasions.
With a passion for arts education, Madison has spent the last 4 years teaching students aged 5 through 18 at Medway Dance Authority. These dance styles include hip hop, jazz, musical theatre, and tap, as well as assisting with the rehearsal process for two different performance-based trips to DisneyWorld and Universal through Dance the World- World Class Vacations. In addition to this, she most recently directed and choreographed the Franklin Footlighters production of Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Madison believes that the arts are one of the most beautiful & important parts of life and is constantly searching for opportunities to learn, develop, and grow as a performer, teacher, and artist.
Co-Performing Arts Directors
Noah Moulton has always had a love for the arts ever since he was a little kid. He currently holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a concentration in musical theatre from Dean College.
For the past nine years, he has been in many musicals and a handful of plays. Noah was a face well known around the Dean community, being involved in many different performance-based student groups such as The Musical Theatre Troupe and Speakeasies Improv Acting Troupe. Throughout his time at Dean College, Noah appeared in several Mainstage productions including The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack Worthing), Mr. Burns (Matt), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Bert Bratt), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Ensemble/Jimmy Understudy), The Theory of Relativity (Mike), Rabbit Hole (Jason), Wonderful Town (Ensemble), as well as a virtual production of Angels in America (Joe Pitt). He also had the privilege of attending The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival as an Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship nominee for his role in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Outside of Dean College, Noah has worked as the Assistant Director & Choreographer for the Capuchin Youth & Family Ministries summer arts program for students aged 5 through 18 and will be returning this summer to fulfill the same responsibilities.
He also has a passion for stage combat, which he based his senior capstone project around. This included three different styles of the craft (hand to hand, quarterstaff, and sword), as he analyzed scenes from films and transferred them to the stage. Most recently, he served as the Assistant to the Director and Contact Choreographer for the Franklin Footlighters production of Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Noah has a strong belief in what the arts can do for people of all ages, is constantly inspired by those around him, and is excited to continue to develop as a performer and artist.