Lorraine Aquilina has been involved in the creative arts for 35 years.
Formerly a ballet student with Lilian Attard, she set up Drama Troupe in 1995, a musical theatre school which has evolved into School of Performing Arts by Drama Troupe.
After having received a degree in education at the University of Malta, Lorraine attended several courses in the Performing Arts including a course with mimic Adam Darius and a course in Cultural Management conducted by Professor Roberto Prandin.
She has been responsible for the choreography of several productions including MADC’s pantomime “Cinderella’, and Shakespeare productions ‘The Merchant of Venice’, and ‘Twelfth Night’.
Together with Gillian Zammit she was also responsible for the productions of several musicals and children’s operas which have included Bernstein’s ‘West Side Story’, Sondheim’s ‘Into the Woods’, ‘Britten’s ‘The Little Sweep,’ and Humperdinck’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’, all of which have which have been performed in Malta’s national theatre spaces.
Together with Gillian Zammit she is working towards making opera and other aspects of the performing arts more accessible to young people.