A native Arizonan, Michael Whitney originally hails from a small reservation town called Sacaton (where his parents ran a trading post). After high school, Michael received his Bachelor of Music - Education degree from Arizona State University in Tempe.

A performer since his days in junior high school, Michael has performed all over the world. During his career, Michael has worked for: CBS Television, The Walt Disney Company, Tokyo Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Knott’s Berry Farm, Americana Dance Theater, Wild Bill’s Wild West Dinner Extravaganza, to name a few. He has performed with such artists as: Andy Griffith, Glen Campbell, Joanne Worley, Jimmy Rogers, Russ Tamblin, Pat Boone, Susan Anton and Paul Williams. A much sought after soloist, Michael has also done various musicals and operas.

As a producer/director of music and stage shows Michael has worked for such companies as: ABC Television; The Walt Disney Company; Knott's Berry Farm; Tokyo Disneyland; Walt Disney World; Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines; Ice Capades; Holiday On Ice; Broadway On Ice (with Scott Hamilton and Dorothy Hamill), Festival On Ice; Special Olympics, Celebration USA (Pledge Across America), as well as many television and radio shows and commercials. Michael also is musical consultant for two-time Emmy winning choreographer Sarah Kawahara, as well as many Olympic champion ice skaters.

For over 15 years, Michael has taught musical theatre, vocal training, voice-over and acting for the camera privately and at Irvine Dance Academy, the Music Room, the Colony and Del Mar Media Arts. He is also a record producer, composer and music editor. Michael is the author of various original children's musical plays, including "Back to Kansas", "Myopia", "Curse of the Forgotten Pharoah", "Bridal Train/Meanwhile Back at the Ranch" and "Angel's Folly".

Georgeen, a native of Hollywood, and a graduate of the famed Hollywood High School. A dance major at University of California at Irvine, she studied with Eugene Loring, Roy Fitzell, Jack Kauflin and Sally Whalen. Georgeen has been dancing since the age of three, and professionally since she was 16. Her professional training includes: Joe Tremaine, Joe Bennett, Chuck Moore, Rosella Hightower's Centre de danse, in Cannes, France; and South Coast Repertory Acting Conservatory. Georgeen has performed with Bob Hope, Rich Little, Tony Orlando, Connie Stevens, Pat Bonne, Susan Anton, Mary Hart and Paul Williams. She has worked for the Disney Company (in Disneyland, Walt Disney World and Tokyo Disneyland), Knott's Berry Farm, the De-An Dancers (tour of Japan & China), Wild Bill's Wild West Show, the City of Commerce, Bel Air Country Club, Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon and has been seen in many musicals in the Southern California area. Georgeen has also been seen in various television shows and commercials.

For the past twenty years, Georgeen has been directing and teaching musical theatre for children. She is the artistic director for Celebration USA - an educational patriotic group. Under Georgeen’s direction, Celebration USA has performed for: former Governor Pete Wilson, Senator Bob Dole, the Department of Education in Washington D.C., the National Convention of the DAR, the Old Soldier’s Home (Washington D.C.), the Fairfax Home (for retired military officers), the White House, the National Convention of the American Teacher’s Association, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, Congressman Christopher Cox, and at numerous national monuments in Washington D.C. She is also the director for Pledge Across America, an event created by Celebration USA.