Meet Our Staff

Kimberly Paullin

Director - Acting and Staging
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This is Kimberly’s 19th fall musical, and her 23rd musical altogether, here at WLW.  In her wealth of spare time, Kimberly loves to travel when she can manage to get out of the theatre long enough to do so.  She also enjoys crime-drama TV, reading mysteries, and listening to Christmas music inappropriately early in the season. Kimberly teaches English 10 as well as Acting I, II, and III. She holds a degree from Central Michigan University with a double major in English and Speech and Dramatic Arts, as well as a Master’s degree in Education.

Kimberly is no stranger to the stage herself, and was most recently seen in the musical Hair. Some of her favorite roles include Bloody Mary in South Pacific, and Jack’s Mother in Into the Woods. Joseph was the first show Kimberly was in after moving here from northern Michigan. Kimberly is looking forward to having a bit more time to spend with her three furry roommates, Lucy, Pickles, and Marty-Pants after musical season is finished. She would like to thank her friends for keeping her sane during this insane time, especially her BFF, Jodie. She’d also like to thank her family for their support and love. As with every production, she dedicates her hard work to the memory of her parents whom, she is sure, have the best seats in the house.

Patrick Dudzinski

Pit Orchestra Director
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This is Mr. Dudzinski’s 8th year as the director of the pit orchestra for a WLW musical and he is honored to be a part of the Creative Team.

He has been teaching for 19 years, the last 16 of which have been at Walled Lake Western where he teaches the Concert Band, Symphony Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Bands, and Marching Band.  He was nominated and selected as Western’s Teacher of the Year in 2007 and again in 2016.  He is an active member of the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association.

Mr. Dudzinski is a graduate of Michigan State University and holds a Master’s Degree in Music Education.  He would like to thank his wife, Kristen, for her patience and support.  Whenever possible, you can find Mr. Dudzinski riding the backroads of Michigan on his Harley Davidson.

Matthew Weber

Director of Auditorium Operations WLCSD
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Matthew Weber is the auditorium manager for the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools. Matt oversees the technical operations of the 3 high school auditoriums in the district. Matt is also a professional lighting designer and theatrical contractor. Past and present projects include work with local school districts, Stagecrafters in Royal Oak, and Cedar Point, Dorney Park, Kings Island, and Valley Fair Live Entertainment Department. For more information on the Walled Lake Consolidated Schools Technical Crew please visit our website

Amy Scheidler

Costume Coordinator
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This is Amy’s 9th year of being involved backstage at WLW. She has worked with the children’s cast of A Christmas Carol the Musical (2008), was Costume Assistant for Les Miserables (2009) and Hairspray, and was Costume Co-Designer for Phantom of the Opera, A Christmas Carol the Musical (2012), & Shrek the Musical and has been the Costume Designer for Godspell, Almost Maine, Ragtime, All About Agatha, Les Miserables (2015) & You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown. She is thrilled to be designing and creating costumes again for Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with the Material Girls costume crew.

Amy began costuming for theater in 2006 at Sarah Banks Middle School and worked on Annie Jr. (2006), Willy Wonka Jr., Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr., Alice in Wonderland Jr. and The Little Mermaid, Jr., Music Man Jr. & Lion King Jr.  and Aladdin Jr. (2016). She has also worked professionally at Novi Civic Theatre where she designed costumes for The Music Man and The Little Mermaid Jr., and assisted with the 2012 Senior show Bright Lights of Broadway and assisted with a non-profit Senior Theatre Group called Beyond Belief from 2013-2015. She has also worked professionally at Two Muses Theatre where she designed costumes for Clybourne Park which received.

Amy has a BA from Michigan State University in Art History and Historic Preservation. She enjoys the arts, designing costumes, sewing, movie going, hosting her annual Oscar Night Charity event and has volunteered in the past with WLW Choir Boosters as the Scrip Coordinator & Scholarship Chair. She previously managed The “Frozen Sisters”, who were her daughters, professionally performing at events as the popular Ice Queen and silly younger sister Princess. She is happily married to her husband Paul for 25 years and has three talented children: Abbey, class of 2013; Lindsey, class of 2016; and Zachary class of 2021 who are all involved in Fine Arts, Performing Arts & Choir locally.