Head of Artistic Development Teacher, Director and Performer
Graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts Company C Program, Jennifer is a performer, director, producer and voice teacher. Jennifer is co-founder and owner of Ain’t Seen Noth’n Yet (ASNY) and works out of her Musical theatre studio located at 1903 Merivale Road Suite 3 in Ottawa. Jennifer possesses an ARCT Voice Performance Diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Music. Jennifer teaches a full studio of private students of all ages, she conducts two vocal ensembles and directs summer musical theatre programs.
Les Miserables 2015, Mary Poppins 2017
Kellina Gehrels completed a BMus at the University of Ottawa and has been an accompanist for many years. She has been involved with the community theatre scene in Ottawa for a few years, and was the rehearsal accompanist and part of the orchestra for several ASNY productions including Les Miserables, Mary Poppins and Little Women. She enjoys supporting singers and being part of the music whether it’s through these productions, accompanying soloists in competitions, or playing for choirs. During the day however, you’re most likely to find her outside working in the garden.
Piano, Musical Theater & Dance Teacher
Niamh Webber is the piano and dance teacher at ASNY Studios. She has been choreographing and teaching dance through ASNY for the last 5 years and has loved every minute of it. She has now gotten a position with Orpheus Musical Theatre Society as the Choreographer for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. She has also loved performing onstage in recent productions of Chicago (CMTS) and Mary Poppins (ASNY). While she loves performing, teaching is her true passion.
Voice Teacher / Audition Prep & Theory
Lili is very excited to be joining the ASNY staff. She is a full time student, pursuing her Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre Voice. When she is not in school, however, she enjoys playing music, exercising and singing in shows! Her most recent credit was in CUMTE’s “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” in the role of Lucy Van Pelt. She would like to thank Jen for giving her the opportunity to work and teach the next generation!”