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Would you like to join the Quigg Creations staff? We are currently hiring for assistant directors, music directors and choreographers! Please email us your resume at and tell us why you would be a good fit on our staff!

Michael Quigg (he/him/his)
Founder/President/Artistic Director

Michael fell in love with theater ever since he stepped out on the stage in sixth grade. He graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York with a focus in musical theatre.

He grew up in Weymouth, MA and performed in several productions across the South Shore. He was an active member in the Weymouth High Theater Company performing in such roles as Doody/Teen Angel in Grease and Willard Hewitt in Footloose. Michael gained acting awards as part of the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild for his roles as Greek Chorus in Cassandra and Jabberwock in the 2015 State Finalist Beware the Jabberwock. He is also one of the co-founders of the WHTC Student Directed Night of One Acts in 2016.

Throughout the South Shore, Michael has performed in Beauty and the Beast at Hingham Civic, Carrie the Musical at Company Theatre and played Horton the Elephant in Seussical. He is also an active member of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.

Michael began is career in directing at The Chapman Middle School in Weymouth and then eventually going on to direct two shows as part of the WHTC, Rumors of Polar Bears in 2016 and Murder, Actually in 2020. He also directed St Paul's School production of Peter Pan Jr. Before COVID, Michael was a staff member of The Abigail Adams Musical Club in 2019/2020.

Michael is an openly proud gay man who loves to create. So that is how Quigg Creations was born. He felt there was much need for a company to solely produce content that supports the LGBTQA+ community. If he can help one person feel comfortable coming out and being themselves, then he will have completed his goal.



Mary Quigg (she/her/hers)

Mary Quigg began dancing at 7 years old. She danced competitively for her local studio and even became an assistant instructor. She went on to join her high school dance team where she expanded on her dance education and continued competing. After high school, she joined her studio’s staff as a dance educator and became a director of the dance curriculum for classes ages 6 and up. Mary received her bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences in 2017 and is currently working on her associate’s degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant where she hopes to use her knowledge of dance and movement to provide therapeutic services to kids. Mary is really excited to join Quigg Creations and is looking forward to working with the kids!

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