My interest in performing began for me at a very young age. I am very fortunate to have found a career in which I can live the dream of making a living singing and performing, and still spend most of my time raising my children. I got my BFA in Acting/Directing from Syracuse University. After graduation, I spent 5 years in NYC pursuing a professional acting career. While there, I found a teaching position at a popular play program that was looking for actors. The love of singing for and teaching very young children encouraged me to pursue another avenue in my career. Three years later, I earned my Masters in Teaching from Montclair State University. The program emphasized Early Childhood Education and I earned my NJ Certification for Teaching, Grades N - 8. During one of the classes I was teaching, someone asked me to do a birthday party for their child - and the rest is history! I began doing children's parties, developing them along the way into my own personal style. So, fifteen years later, my parties are very different than they were and still so much fun to do. A few years ago, I taught myself how to play guitar, which also prompted me to write and record some of my music. I just finished my very first CD, "Sing Along with Miss Dylan." The children I sing for, from ages 2 - 8, love singing the songs I do for them, and this CD includes most of their favorite songs. 'The Friendship Song' I wrote is requested all the time, and I love hearing their voices sing along as they rock side to side with their arms around each other. I live in Manalapan, New Jersey with my wonderful husband and two children. Currently, I am teaching music and "Mommy & Me" classes at Ivy League Preschool, and music at Lakeview Child Center, both in Manalapan. I also teach Music and Movement at Ivy League Day Camp during the summer. My party schedule is rockin', and I hope soon to be performing for schools, writing, and recording more new music.