Directors

Joseph Kincaid
Director
Joseph Kincaid holds a B.A. degree in Music Education K-12 from the University of Charleston with a major in voice, a minor in piano, and a Master's degree in Educational Leadership. He also studied dance at Kelle Boggs Dance Studio for 11 years.

His groups have won over 41 Overall Grand Championships and an overall total of 10 West Virginia State Championships. Mr. Kincaid's choirs have been featured in Productions magazine and on the new television series "Behind the Stage" that aired on the Dance Network.

Joseph Kincaid is a National Board Certified teacher in EAYA Vocal Music, an Arch Coal Teacher Award recipient, 2010 Putnam County Teacher of the Year, and a WV Teacher of the Year finalist. Mr. Kincaid has also served as the WV State Show Choir Chairman, WV Vocal Music Educators President, and is now the WV Vocal Music Associations Treasurer.  Joseph Kincaid is thrilled to be the director of Hurricane High School's show choirs', Red Hot and Heat Wave.

Mr. Kincaid currently resides in Hurricane, WV with his wife Kayte and daughter Lylah.
Brooke Smolder
Choreographer, Red Hot and Heat Wave
Brooke Smolder is a show choir choreographer throughout the state of West Virginia and Ohio. Brooke is a 2004 graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Mathematics and Physical Education. She also received her Master's Degree in Athletic Administration from Marshall in 2005.

After years of dance training and competition, Brooke was a four-year member and two-year captain of the Marshall University Dance Team. She continued as head coach of the collegiate team for an additional five years.

Brooke has coached and choreographed multiple dance teams, cheer squads and show choirs on the high school level, and has led her groups to many state championships and choreographic honors. She has also had the honor of judging show choir festivals in West Virginia and Indiana.

Brooke is a former high school math teacher who chose to forego teaching to stay home full time with her two children, Braylie and Eddric. Brooke resides in Ripley, WV with her children and her husband, Eddie.
Shane Robinson
Instrumental Director
Shane Robinson holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, magna cum laude, with a major in Management and minor’s in Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing from Marshall University. Although he did not pursue music as a career path, Shane was a singer/dancer for Visual Volume’s Show Choir, receiving two WV state titles during his tenure, and a trumpeter for marching/concert/jazz ensemble at Poca High School (2010-2013). He was Field Commander for marching band receiving overall grand champion at the WV State Band Festival both seasons (2012-2013), and was a WV All-State trumpeter (2011-2012). Upon graduating from PHS, he began work as a clinician for marching band at Poca High School (2014). Shane later became one of the full time Assistant Director’s for the subsequent two seasons while simultaneously playing in the combo for Visual Volume (2014-2015). He has adjudicated at several marching band festivals in previous years. While attending Marshall University, he was a trumpeter in the jazz ensemble for one year, member of two academic fraternities, and a liaison for the Brad D. Smith School’s of Business. Currently, Shane works for BMW North America as a Client Advisor serving Moses Auto Group’s network in West Virginia. Being ever thankful and appreciative to have the opportunity to continue his passion for music and show choir, Shane has been with Hurricane High School as the full time Instrumental Director since 2016 for both Red Hot mixed and Heat Wave unisex groups. During his tenure with Hurricane, he has led his all-student bands to success receiving a multitude of Best Combo placements and honors both in the state of WV and nationally. His bands continue to score competitively throughout the season against both student and professional ensembles.
Randy Sage
Choreographer, Red Hot
Randy Sage is a freelance choreographer residing in Los Angeles, CA. Originally from Chicago, Randy graduated from Millikin University in Decatur, IL, earning his bachelors in Choral Music Education. He currently choreographs for many award-winning high school and junior high show choirs around the United States. Some of his groups include the “Choraliers” from Fairfield High School in Fairfield, OH, “Insync” from Burbank High School in Burbank, CA, and “The Expressions” from Buffalo Grove High School.

Throughout the year he also works as a clinician and adjudicator at numerous competitions and workshops. Some of his performing experiences include a dancer at Six Flags Great America, as well as a number of musicals in college and throughout the community. In the past, Randy has collaborated with dancers who were a part of the top 50 in the Fox TV series “So You Think You Can Dance?” This past August, Randy taped a pilot episode with Burbank High School, entitled “The Real Glee.” Filmed by E!, the week taping focused on the rigorous rehearsals of the high school show choir, and featured some of Randy’s choreography.
Cierra Doss
Assistant Director
David Legg
Choreographer, Heat Wave
David Legg holds a B.A. in Music Education from Liberty University as
well as a M.A. in Musical Theatre Performance from New York University.
David taught in the public school system for eleven years where his choirs won numerous
awards on both the state and national level. During his time as an educator Mr. Legg
instructed at the secondary and collegiate levels, received several honors for excellence in
teaching and was the chairman of the West Virginia Music Educators State Show Choir
Festival. David has choreographed and arranged music for many top-ranking show
choirs throughout the United States. He currently lives in San Diego where he works as a
music director, composer/arranger, choreographer, show consultant and as the Artistic Director for the Vocal Music Department at Bonita Vista High School, creating and planning numerous events.

In his “free time”, David can be found judging show choir contests. He has been on the
judging panel for such prestigious contests as FAME Show Choir Festivals and Show
Choir Nationals held at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN. Over the years he has been
invited to adjudicate contests in thirteen states from the East to the West Coast.

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