Neal C. Johnson

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Neal C. Johnson graduated from Brigham Young University in 1996, 1998 and 2007 with Bachelor's degrees in Music Dance Theatre, Theatre Arts Education and a Master's degree in Theatre and Media Arts.

Johnson has spent the last twenty years working as a performer, director, choreographer, and teacher. He has performed in, directed and/or choreographed productions of The Secret Garden, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Hello Dolly, and Children of Eden for the SCERA, Funny Girl for Sundance Theatre, The Fantasticks and Hula-Hoop Sha-Boop for Provo Theater Company, Sweeney Todd and The Merry Wives of Windsor for the Actors' Repertory Theatre Ensemble, Joseph and Guys and Dolls for Highland /American Fork Arts Councils, Joseph, Lucky Stiff, The Christmas Carol, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and The Girl, The Grouch, and The Goat, The Secret Garden, and The Civil War for Hale Center Theater-Orem, and The Music Man for Lehi Arts Council.

He has traveled the world with Norwegian Cruise Lines, Opryland U.S.A., BYU’s Young Ambassadors, and the National Premiere of The Drummings.

His work has been showcased at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, the Utah Thespian Conference, and was nominated to represent the state of California in Washington D.C.

He currently teaches at American Fork High School where he won "Teacher of the Year" for the state of Utah and was named in Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2004-2008). In 2012 he directed AFHS's production of Alice in Wonderland.

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