Abby recently moved from Bartlesville to La La Land (Los Angeles) after graduating early from OCU in December 2016. She is pursuing an acting career and has signed with one of the top agencies in California. She recently booked background work for a popular tv show that will be airing in March 2017, and is taking many more meetings to promote her acting career. Abby appeared in CMT's main-stage summer musicals: High School Musical and Music Man.
is acting, producing and writing in New York City. The latest play she performed in, The Dudleys!, was featured on the front page of the New York Times Arts Section in October. As a writer, her web series, Hat Trick Bitches, was an Official Selection and Audience Choice Award Winner of Seattle Web Fest, an Official Selection of Austin Web Fest, and also featured on the home page of FunnyorDie.com. In July, she formed a production company with her co-creators for HTB, IngénueWitty Films LLC, which entered a contract with a new independent streaming service called Seeka TV for 9 full episodes consisting of 27 sketches total to be released in July 2017. Marlowe also works on various readings of new plays and short films, and enjoys spending time with her cat, Sonya, and her partner, Karsten. She is represented by Avalon Artists Group. More info can be found at www.marloweholden.com.
Marlowe appeared in 3 CMT main-stage programs, Cinderella (2000); Bye Bye Birdie (2002); and The Sound of Music (2003).
Brad is a professional Moving Light Programmer for theater, live events, concerts, and corporate events. Based out of New York City, NY, Brad works directly with designers from all over the world to program lighting consoles that bring creative ideas to life on the stage or for the event. Recent projects include: Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in the Park, NYC), The Little Foxes (Broadway), Joan of Arc (Public Theater, NYC), The Bodyguard (1st National Tour), The Lion King (various productions), Head of Passes (Public Theatre, NYC), Elf the Musical (National Tour '13 through '16), Bullets Over Broadway (1st National Tour), Anything Goes (Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, ME), Priscilla - Queen of the Desert & Burn the Floor Fire in the Ballroom (Norwegian Epic), Clinton the Musical (New World Stages, NYC), and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, ME). The Little Foxes has received 6 Tony Award nominations this season.
Brad appeared in 7 CMT main-stage summer musicals: Cinderella (2000), Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002), The Sound of Music (2003), Peter Pan (2004), Annie (2005), and Beauty & the Beast (2006). He returned to the CMT summer musical stage as part of the Artistic Staff, serving as Lighting Designer for High School Musical (2008), Annie Get Your Gun (2011), Mary Poppins (2015) and Beauty & the Beast (2016).
Kennedy Caughell is an actress living in New York City. She graduated from Elon University in North Carolina, leaving immediately after graduation for an International and National tour of American Idiot. She played Betty in White Christmas in Long Island, toured with Wicked where she performed in the ensemble and was the understudy and standby for Elphaba. Recently, she was Katie in the off-Broadway workshop production of Chix6. Currently she is performing on Broadway as a swing in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, which is the most highly nominated Tony awards show this season, with 12 nominations.
Kennedy enjoys performing in cabarets, readings, and workshops in the City. In 2016, she joined her sister (Caitlyn) as a guest artist in an OK Mozart Pops Concert with the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra. She is a member of Actors Equity and is represented by DGRW Talent Agency and Whole Artist Management. Read more about Kennedy on her website: www.kennedycaughell.com.
Kennedy (formerly Britney) appeared in 7 CMT main stage shows: Cinderella (2000), Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002), The Sound of Music (2003), Peter Pan (2004), Annie (2005), and Beauty & the Beast (2006).
Eric Geibel is a graduate of Oklahoma City University with a BPA in Dance Performance. Credits include: Busch Gardens Williamsburg (Solo Tapper, Dance Swing), SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment (Dance and Vocal Swing), Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (Dancer/Aerialist), Disney Cruise Lines (Swing and understudy roles), and most recently Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella national tour (Swing). As aforementioned, Eric was selected to become a C5 Aerialist for Royal Caribbean and performed 60-80 feet in the air on the high seas (even when the ship was rocking). Over his career, he has visited more than 35 countries in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, and the Baltic. In between contracts, Eric teaches masterclasses all over the country with his B-E-A-U-tiful wife, Kelsey, who is also a dancer/aerialist.
Eric appeared in 5 CMT main stage shows: Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002), Peter Pan (2004), Annie (2005), and Beauty & the Beast (2006).
Eric and Kelsey will choreograph CMT's Summer Main-stage Musical, ANNIE, with performances at the Bartlesville Community Center July 20-23, 2017.
Caitlyn Caughell is an actress living in New York City. A graduate of New York University, she made her Broadway debut in the original company of Newsies, where as a swing, she performed all the female roles in the show. She played the role of Eponine in Orlando Shakespeare Theatre’s production of Les Miserables. In the past year, she toured with the 1st national company of the Broadway show, Bridges of Madison County. She is a frequent guest singer at cabaret performances in the City and works on readings and workshops of new musicals. Earlier this year Caitlyn performed the role of Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde at the Engemann Theatre in Long Island. She is currently on the road with the national tour of Finding Neverland.
Caitlyn’s latest hometown endeavors included serving as Assistant Director for CMT’s 2015 production of Mary Poppins and in 2016 as a guest artist with her sister in an OK Mozart Pops Concert with the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra. She is a member of Actors Equity and is represented by Henderson Hogan Agency. Read more about Caitlyn on her website: www.caitlyncaughell.com.
Caitlyn appeared in 4 CMT main stage shows: Cinderella (2000), Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002), and The Sound of Music (2003).
Travis Dunlap, a Bartlesville native, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he attained both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees. After graduation he lived two years in Southeast Asia working as an English teacher. Upon return to Bartlesville he opened a music studio, teaching piano and percussion. He plays percussion in the Bartlesville symphony and has traveled internationally playing in various honorary and goodwill ambassador orchestras. During his precollege years Travis was a cast member in three CMT productions and was a two time Bartlesville Symphony Young Artist in both percussion and piano. Travis was the Conductor in CMT’s 2016 Main-stage summer musical of Beauty and the Beast, 2015’s Mary Poppins; and the Assistant Music Director for CMT’s 2013 main-stage summer musical A Little Princess. He will once again serve as the the conductor for CMT's 2017 Main-stage summer musical, ANNIE. Travis is currently serving as a Representative in the State House of Representatives.
Travis appeared in 3 CMT main stage shows: Cinderella (2000), Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002).
is a graduate of Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. In 2012, he interned in Washington DC for the U.S. Department of State where he worked in the Office of the Coordinator for Cuban Affairs. Clint is currently a diplomat in the United States Foreign Service.
When we asked Clint how CMT helped prepare him for life, he responded, “I would like to think that my role as the Munchkin Barrister in The Wizard of Oz (2001) sparked my interest in international law and that walking my dog across the stage as the dogcatcher in Annie (2005) gave me a better appreciation for public servants. CMT made me a more well-rounded person. Part of the worldwide availability of service that comes with being a diplomat is being able to adapt to new scenarios, to quickly learn new skills, and to work with all kinds of people. These are all things I first learned from CMT.”
As a high school student, Tyler Waltman performed in the pit orchestra for several CMT main-stage productions. This experience impacted his decision to pursue music as a career. He graduated with a degree in music and pursued a professional career as a military musician. "For someone who was very introverted and too shy to audition for a role on the stage" Tyler said, "CMT gave me the opportunity to get involved by performing in the pit orchestra. I was able to sit alongside and perform with professional musicians of the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra during Annie and Beauty and the Beast. Tyler now serves in the US Navy as a military musician, performing throughout the country.
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