Fusion Facilitators

Lynn .D. QuerubinCreative Director

Lynn started singing and dancing at age 3 in her native Scotland. She trained at the Clark Theatre School then continued her studies at The Dance School of Scotland. After dancing her way through more than 10 different countries performing in shows and on cruise ships, she settled down in Thailand where she now works as a dance instructor and choreographer for shows, tv, dance studios, International schools and Fusion’s Saturday school.

Dara Loy - Singing

Born with a natural talent to perform, Dara started having piano and ballet lessons at the age of four, and after various theatre and stage performances involving acting, singing and dancing, Dara finally made her debut TV appearance in the UK, at the age of 15.  She competed and won ITV’s first reality talent show, ‘Copycat Kids’ and impressed the judges with her star performance, which involved singing and playing the piano to Alicia Key’s ‘Fallin’.  By the time she was taking her A-Level exams, Dara had already completed the prestigious grades in Piano and Voice with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and began teaching music classes during her time at Manchester University.   She has performed at various top venues around the world from Trump Tower in New York to Her Majesty’s Theatre in London.   In recent years, she has featured in various TV commercials, become a TV presenter for an Extreme Sports programme (UBC), and has been a vocal coach for Thai Celebrities for a reality TV show (Channel 9).  Dara continues to pursue her career in the music industry; performing regularly around top venues in Thailand and is currently working on her debut album.

Frank Walmsley

Frank Walmsley was born in Manchester, England and became interested in the Arts at an early age. His experience covers various areas of theatre including acting, directing, writing and scenic design.

In his teens he was an active member of Manchester’s Contact Youth Theatre where his interest in acting and writing were first developed, becoming one of the finalists in the first North West Young Peoples’ Playwriting Festival with his Sci-Fi play Timeloop and performing at the Edinburgh International Festival of Arts.

Originally intending to become a set designer, Frank was chosen to play the role of a young boy

at the local and prestigious Manchester Metropolitan University’s School Of Theatre where the likes of Steve Coogan, Julie Walters and Bernard Hill were also trained. After the production the staff encouraged Frank to audition for the school. He managed to secure a place on the course and spent three years learning the art of acting, leaving with a BA (Hons) in Theatre Arts and entering a new career as a professional actor.

After leaving university, Frank wrote and directed the children’s musical The Book of Dreams which toured the UK and had a run at the Strand Theatre in London’s West End.

Frank also designed and was a performer in a special cabaret commissioned by the art dealer and gallery owner Nick Treadwell. The cabaret performed in Basel, Switzerland and Frank was then able to add dance to his CV after appearing as a dancer to a live Tiger Lilies song.

Later, Frank became a member of Wyrd Theatre Company playing several classic and Shakespearian roles and directed and designed an imaginative production of Macbeth that was controversially performed at St Ann’s Church in the heart of Manchester

Frank was also a finalist in the Television Arts Performance Showcase (T.A.P.S) with his short film script The Angel and currently has an action/adventure series in development in the UK.

Dylan Turner

Dylan grew up in a small town in Southwest England. His love for film and theatre led him to London where he trained in acting at the prestigious Italia Conti Academy, LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art). Upon finishing training, he walked straight into the award winning production of “CHICAGO”. He has since appeared in several West End productions including SWEET CHARITY, OH WHAT A NIGHT, GREASE, FOOTLOOSE, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL and MAMMA MIA. He has also starred in Universal’s worldwide phenomenon “MAMMA MIA” in which he worked alongside Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Julie Walters. The film has broken all box office and dvd records. Dylan also studied at the Talent Ventures Inc. Actors Centre in Los Angeles.

Zoe Harrison

Trained at The Guildford School of Acting. Whilst there, she played a variety of roles including Bunny Byron in Babes in Arms and Carol Drayton in Weird Romance. Zoe most recently appeared in the London Palladium production of The Sound of Music, covering and playing the role of Maria Von Trapp. Other recent stage appearances include Blondette in Tim Rice’s revival of Blondel at The Pleasance Theatre and Necessity in What a Wonderful World with Lyngo Theatre Company. She spent a year at Shanklin Theatre where she played Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Ann in Half a Sixpence and Alice Fitzwarren in Dick Whittington. She has also toured with Somerset Maugham’s play The Circle with the Oxford Stage Company. Roles on screen include The Traveler in Night Shift (Maverick Television). Zoe has also appeared in several television commercials.

Sophia Ragavelas

Sophia has performed all round the world and has a list of theatre credits which include playing the part of ‘Fantine’ in ‘LES MISERABLES’ at the Queen’s theatre, ‘Sophia’ in ‘MAMMA MIA’ at The Prince’ of Wales and ‘THE LION KING’, to name a few. Sophia also worked on the BBC television series ‘Children Of The Stone’ and performed on Kylie Minogue’s hit music video, ‘Spinning Around’. She is a very talented, diverse actress, singer & dancer with a passion for teaching.

Naveeya Pumhiran (Por)

Por has been involved in theatre and acting since she was a student at the faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University. After her graduation, she became an instrumental part of a renowned theatre company in Bangkok. Por has a high level of experience in the design and implementation of workshops and in children’s theatre.