Worcel Shepard Productions directs, choreographs and casts projects for theatres and venues for young audiences including, directorial and choreography DVDs for iTheatrics, Broadway Jr. and the Disney KIDS Collection seen worldwide (Aladdin Jr., Alice in Wonderland Jr., Disney's The Jungle Book KIDS; Mulan Jr., and Disney's Sleeping Beauty KIDS).
Kenny Shepard is also an on-camera choreographer/educator for MacMillan McGraw-Hill's Spotlight on Music seen in classrooms across America. At the world's largest children's museum, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis Kenny was an on-camera choreographer and exhibit collaborator for DANCE! for the Galleries of American Art and Popular Culture and directed James and the Giant Peach. For the museum's Lilly Theatre, he also choreographed The Elves and The Shoemaker; The Emperor's New Clothes; How I Became a Pirate; Jingle Arrgh the Way; Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile; The Magic Snowman; The Paper Bag Princess; Pinocchio; Polkadots: the Cool Kids Musical, Rapunzel: A Very Hairy Fairy Tale; Rumplestiltskin; Snoopy; The True Adventures of the Three Little Pigs, and for Beef and Boards' Pyramid Players, Aladdin Jr. and Winnie the Pooh.
Carol Worcel and Kenny are educators, adjudicators and choreographers for iTheatrics' Junior Theatre Festival. Carol is also a frequent guest teacher for master classes with the Carmel Center for the Performing Arts Dance Discovery Series. Kenny is a guest teacher and choreographer for Booth Tarkington's musical theatre workshops and camps and directs for their Young Artists Program. Together, they cast and line produced The Broadway Jr. Live Tour and cast the inauguration of The Kennedy Center's Family Theatre starring Tony winner, Kristin Chenoweth.