Genres: Classical, Contemporary, Musical Theater
Caitlin is a NYC-based performer, educator, and director/choreographer. She has performed with various Broadway Tours and regional houses all over the globe. Some of her favorite credits include: The Sound of Music (Elsa Schraeder U/S) World Tour, The Spongebob Musical (Karen the Computer) 1st National Tour, Elf: The Musical (Deb U/S) National Tour, Once (Emcee / Cellist) Laguna Playhouse, Little Women (Meg March) Quintessence Theater Group, and Into the Woods (Rapunzel) Scranton Shakespeare Festival.
Caitlin started formally training in dance at the age of 4 and quickly caught the bug for all things music and theater! She soon started taking acting, voice, and cello lessons, and participated in as many community theater productions and summer theater camps she possibly could. Caitlin very much credits her love of music and the performing arts to her public school; had it not been for the opportunities to sing in choir, play in band and orchestra, and perform in the school musicals/plays her school system provided, she perhaps would never have been set on the path to become the theater professional she is today.
Along with her extensive performance background Caitlin has been teaching voice, acting, and dance for students all over the United States for the past 8 years. She has taught with NVOT Regional High School, Utah Festival Opera’s ‘Broadway Bound’, Ithaca College’s Summer Theater Intensive for High School students, Scranton Shakespeare Festival’s Youth Ensemble, and Riverside Theater Arts Academy in Cornwall NY. She provides instruction for artists of all skill levels, backgrounds, and abilities.
Caitlin is a firm believer in creating a safe space for her students to explore, take risks, and grow. As a musical theater artist she loves to incorporate aspects of acting, movement, and vocal technique to inspire her students. Along with cultivating a sense of safety in her lessons, Caitlin also wants to provide her students with a practice that is sustainable. While studying voice it is crucial to establish a strong foundation of healthy technique as well as finding the joy in the artform. Everyone grows and learns in different ways, which is why she tailors each lesson plan to her student’s individual needs and goals. She can’t wait to work with you!