Scott Geiger was born in Lansing, MI, Scott attended Lansing Everett High School. Upon graduation he attended Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI, from which he received his bachelors degree in Music Education. While at MSU Scott was a squad leader with the marching band, a section leader with the symphonic band, and member of both the Wind Symphony and Symphony Orchestra, as well as a soloist with the Percussion Ensemble. Outside of school, Scott performed in the drum and bugle corps activity for seven years, his last three with the Bluecoats from Canton, OH.

Besides teaching numerous percussion groups during his college career, Scott's first full time teaching position was in Rawlins, WY as the Rawlins High School and Rawlins Middle School Band Director. In 2000 he moved down to New Orleans, LA where he worked as the Associate Director of Bands at the Holy Cross School New Orleans. At the beginning of the 2004-05 school year Scott was employed as the Pepperell Middle School Band Director in Lindale, GA where he also assisted with the high school marching band. In 2007 Scott found himself back in Louisiana working at Comeaux High School as the Associate Director of Bands. Upon the 2017-18 school year, Scott took over the position as Director of Bands.

Scott resides in Youngsville and is married to his lovely wife Katie, with their furry children: Stella and Gunner. He is an active member in SLBDA, MENC, LMCGPC, as well as PAS.

Phone: 337-521-7294 (office)

337-573-5393 (cell)

Email: Scott Geiger

Morrice Boutan is in his second year as Guard Instructor at Comeaux High School. Morrice’s first experience in color guard was as a student at Slidell High School where he participated in the Winter Guard program from 2013 - 2015. He was also a member of the Louisiana Stars Drum and Bugle Corps in their inaugural year 2014, a member of the 2015 Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps, and is finishing up with Carolina Crown this year. He was also a member of the 2016 Lake Area Independent Winter Guard which competed on the national level. Currently Morrice is pursuing a degree in music education at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In his first year at ULL Morrice has choreographed, designed, and/or teched at: Slidell High School, Crowley High School, Westlake High School, Arnett Middle School, Lake Arthur High School and Mandeville High School.

Victoria Domingue is in her third year with Rhythm in Bleu at Ovey Comeaux High School. She has ten years of experience as a choreographer, performer and dance educator.

Victoria's choreography has won awards at state and national competitions, most recently at the VIP Dance competition where it earned 1st & 2nd highest score in the large group, senior division. Her choreography has also been accorded Innovative Choreography Award and Superior Gold with National Bid at NDA, High Gold and 2nd highest score in the Broadway Division Senior Duo at VIP Dance competition, High Gold in Odyssey Dance competition and Gold with Honors at Louisiana Kids.

In 2007 Victoria toured and performed with Danced Olympus as a VIP dancer. Other performing credits include UL Lafayette's State of La Dance in 2004 and 2005 and the Lafayette Ballet Theater's Nutcracker for four years.

Victoria has created original work for various local dance schools, Lafayette's Steampunk Festival and Acadiana Village's Acadian Noel. She is co-owner of Balance Point Studios, a performing arts studio in Lafayette.