Meet Our Team

BLP is so proud of the staff that we assemble each year. Each member is a force of talent, energy and all around awesome people. Most have worked with each other for years, both at BLP and with other organizations and collaborate well with each other. Our staff are people who help our students excel, expect artistic excellence and also love to have fun!

Meet Our Managing Director

BECCA FLINT (she/her/hers), Managing Director: Becca has been an active force at Broken Leg since its inception, and she is honored to be stepping into the role of Managing Director to help move BLP forward into the next phase of it’s artistic life. Becca is an award-winning choreographer and stage manager, and brings close to 20 years of experience in theatre education to her work with BLP, including 8 years as choreographer and production assistant with Wakefield High’s drama program and 9 years as choreographer with Melrose Drama. Becca earned her Bachelor’s degree in Middle School Education and English from Lesley University, and her MA and MAT degrees in English from Salem State. She has been employed as an English teacher at Northeast Metro Tech since 2006.  

Meet Our Board

Aimee Galego (she/her/hers), President : Aimee is a 21-year veteran public school teacher in Boston with a master’s degree in integrated teaching through the arts. Locally, she was the volunteer director of the Roosevelt Elementary School musical from 2012-2016 and has served as president, vice president and volunteer for Friends of Melrose Drama. She looks forward to utilizing her experience and expertise to strengthen the educational aspects of programming at BLP. 

Lory Hough (she/her/hers), Secretary: Lory is an editor and writer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has been a longtime volunteer in Melrose with Friends of Melrose Drama, school-based PTOs, and the Melrose Bandaiders. Her son Ellis is a junior at Melrose High and has performed in lots of BLP shows, often wearing a red suit or moustache. 

Samantha Sweet (she/her/hers), Treasurer: Sam is Melrose Graduate, class of 2017, who started acting in her 3rd-grade production of Twinderella. She later branched out to stage managing and during her time in the Melrose school system worked on more than 30 productions. She first worked with BLP as a stage manager in the summer of 2020 and later returned in the fall 2021. Since leaving Melrose, Sam has been seen both on and offstage at Holy Cross, where she spent two years as the chair of Holy Cross’s student run theatre group Alternate College Theatre. Sam earned her bachelor’s degree in theatre and economics at College of the Holy Cross in 2021 and is now working in Customer Success at Sovos, a global tax software company.

Meet our Founder/Artistic Director Emeritus

ADAM SCHULER (he/him/his), Founder/Artistic Director Emeritus: Adam originally founded Broken Leg Productions in 2017. His love of theater and passion to share the arts through performance, direction, and education brought this long-desired idea into fruition. Adam served as stage director for Melrose Public Schools at the middle and high school level for eight seasons, spent seven summers as artistic director of Wakefield Repertory Youth Theater, and has directed locally with groups such as Colonial Chorus Players, Theater To Go, and NextDoor Theater. His work as a director and designer has brought many awards and accolades to these organizations from EMACT and METG, and as an actor Adam has been an IRNE nominee. Adam studied theatre at Johnson State College and Adelphi University. He now resides in Maine following his departure from BLP in the fall of 2021.