​Serving Wellington and the Western Communities Since 2004

Schedule your placement class today (561) 296-1880

D A C

​Serving Wellington and the Western Communities Since 2004

Schedule your placement class today (561) 296-1880

​DANCE ARTS CONSERVATORY IS THE OFFICIAL SCHOOL OF

W.A.V.E (Wellington Artists Vocal Ensemble) & BROADWAY STARS

DEVI MASTER

​Managing Director/Musical Theatre Director

Devi Master is the Managing Director for Dance Arts Conservatory. She serves as the director for Broadway Stars Musical Theater program,  WAVE (Wellington Artists Vocal Ensemble)  and CAST (Collaborative Artists Singing Troupe). Devi has a Bachelor Degree from the University at Stony Brook and a Master’s in Education from C.W. Post.  She has over 30 years of experience working with children of all ages from infants to high school as an educator, mentor, social worker, cheerleading coach and director of youth programs. Her experience in Performing Arts started in high school and continued through college as a thespian and member of Dance Team. She studied vocals with Cathy Jean Giordano and was offered opportunities to perform at Carnegie Hall.  Her passion for theater and dance was rekindled once her own children started showing interest in performing arts. Devi and her husband Jake have 4 amazing and talented children and as a family they have been featured  on several As Seen on TV Commercials and on Season 1 of “David Makes Man’ on the OWN Network. Performing Arts is a passion for their entire family, even their dogs have taken part of theater having played “Toto” for The Wiz and and “Bruiser” for Legally Blonde. As a teacher Devi used art, music and movement throughout the day and found it a highly effective tool for teaching concepts. Devi finds she is happiest working behind the scenes as a Stage Manager, Makeup Artist and Costume Designer or in front of the stage as the Director because her true passion is teaching. Giving encouragement and support to budding thespians and dancers and helping them look and feel their best on stage helps elevate their performance. She enjoys watching the growth of her students and her ultimate goal is for them to feel a sense of pride for their work, progress and accomplishments which will give them an overall boost in confidence. She believes that there are many valuable skills that students will gain through Performing Arts that will serve them well beyond the stage.