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ABOUT

Whether on stage, back stage, as part of the creative staff or as an instructor and lecturer, Caitlin Carter is known for her committment to excellence and her dedication to the final product - a memorable performance.

In San Francisco at the age of eight, she began her training in acting, voice and dance. Following her love of ballet, she trained at the San Francisco Ballet, The School of American Ballet and, in her high school years, at the North Carolina School of the Arts. It was at SAB, at the age of fourteen, where Caitlin had a chance meeting with Bob Fosse. When she introduced herself, he replied "Caitlin Carter...that name would look good in lights." The seed had been planted.

After performing with San Antonio Ballet, she moved to Houston, Texas where, while simultaneously acquiring double-major degrees at prestigious Rice University, Caitlin was active in film, print, commercials, television and theatre. These theatrical endeavors allowed her to work with ascending directors, Rob Marshall and Susan Stroman. Upon the suggestion of Mr. Marshall, Caitlin boarded a plane and set off for a Long Beach production of CHICAGO, choreographed by Ann Reinking. Time and again, these, and other, pillars of the industry encouraged Caitlin to bring her talents to New York City.

Once in New York, Caitlin quickly established a career, exceptional for its continuous performing and longevity. Her first of five Broadway shows, Ain't Broadway Grand, came only two months after her move. The following productions - Victor/Victoria, CHICAGO, Swing!, Bells Are Ringing - range almost 10 years. Other endeavors in commercials, television and film occured throughout.

Well-known for her keen intellect and uncomprimising work ethic, Caitlin has extended her talents into choreography, directing, stage managing and producing. Her voluntary activities as board member of the non-profit organization, Career Transition for Dancers provides a rewarding service to her peers. However, Caitlin's lectures and Master Classes provide a special satisfaction - encouraging young performers and, hopefully, planting seeds for the future.

Caitlin continues her work in all areas of the entertainment business as a performer, director, choreographer, instructor and consultant.

CHOREOGRAPHY

DIRECTION

Click Here for Performer Resume

Broadway

Jersey Boys

Supervisor

All US Companies

Putnam County Spelling Bee

Assistant Choreographer

dir. James Lapine

110 in the Shade

Assistant Choreographer

dir. Lonny Price

Chicago

Original Dance Captain*

dir./choreo. Walter Bobbie/Ann Reinking

*Staged all publicity broadcast events. Venues include: “The Tonight Show” (2 events), “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” (4 events), “The View”, “Live with Regis and Kathi Lee”, “The Today Show”, “The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade”, AMFAR Fashion Benefit.

New York & Regional

NEXT TO NORMAL

Musical Staging

Zach Theater

THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY: IRA AFTER GEORGE

Stage Director

92nd Street Y LYRICS & LYRICISTS

MISTY: JOHNNY BURKE AFTER HOURS

Stage Director

92nd Street Y LYRICS & LYRICISTS

FRED & GINGER IN SO MANY WORDS: THE ASTAIRE-ROGERS SONGBOOK

Co-Stage Director/Choreographer

92nd Street Y LYRICS & LYRICISTS

STAGE DOOR CANTEEN: BROADWAY RESPONDS TO WW II

Stage Director

92nd Street Y LYRICS & LYRICISTS

ROMEO AND JULIET

Associate Choreographer

Public Theater Shakespeare
In The Park -dir. Michael Greif
choreo. Sergio Trujillo

SHOWBOAT

Associate Choreographer

Houston Grand Opera

PAINT YOUR WAGON

Dance Captain

T.U.T.S.

National Companies

JERSEY BOYS

Assist. Choreographer

dir./choreo. Des McAnuff/Sergio Trujillo

PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Assistant Choreographer

LA Company/ dir. James Lapine

PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Assist. Choreo./Asst. Stage Manager/Dance Captain

San Francisco and Boston Companies

CHICAGO

Assistant Choreographer

First and Second National Tours

TV/Commercials

UNDER THE STREETLAMP

Artistic Consultant

PBS

UNDER THE STREETLAMP

Consulting Director

PBS special #2

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Assistant Choreographer

dir./choreo. Peter Lindbergh/Ann Reinking

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Choreographer

Maddoff Productions

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Choreographer

Park Pictures

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Choreographer

Propaganda Films

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Choreographer

Maddoff Productions

E*TRADE.COM

Choreographer

Hungry Man Productions

Galas and Benefits

2003 CTFD Dancing On Air Gala

Producer and Director

City Center(Grossed over $650,000)

References

James Lapine

PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Jerry Zaks

SWING/NUMEROUS READINGS

Rob Marshall

VICTOR/VICTORIA/CHESS/CHICAGO

Walter Bobbie

WHITE CHRISTMAS/CHICAGO

Lonny Price

110 IN THE SHADE

Ann Reinking

CHICAGO/NO STRINGS (Encore Series)/COMMERCIALS

Randy Skinner

AIN’T BROADWAY GRAND/WHITE CHRISTMAS

Michael Greif

ROMEO AND JULIET (Public Theater)

Jack Viertel

Artistic Director City Center Encores

Susan Stroman

CRAZY FOR YOU

Ted Chapin

American Theatre Wing

PERFORMANCE

Click here for Choreography Resume

Height: 5'8"

Voice: Soprano

FILM/TELEVISION

DIVORCE TEXAS STYLE

Madison

dir. Corbin Timbrook

BIG EDEN

Julie Bauer

dir. Tom Bazooka

FIRST WIVES CLUB

Bar Patron

Paramount

ALIEN ABDUCTIONS: TRUE CONFESSIONS

Deborah

Indigo Films

GUIDING LIGHT

Singing telegram

CBS

ONE LIFE TO LIVE

Prison inmate

ABC

RENT

Tango Dancer

dir. Chris Columbus

CRADLE WILL ROCK

Dancer

Tim Robbins/Rob Marshall

BROADWAY

BELLS ARE RINGING

Olga

Tina Landau

SWING

Principal

Jerry Zaks

CHICAGO

Mona/Roxie (u/s)

Walter Bobbie/Ann Reinking

VICTOR/VICTORIA

Norma (u/s)

Blake Edwards/Rob Marshall

AIN'T BROADWAY GRAND

Thelma/Joyce/Joan Blondell (u/s)

choreo. Randy Skinner

NATIONAL TOURS

A CHORUS LINE

Cassie

dir. Baayork Lee

CRAZY FOR YOU

Polly/Mother/Mrs. Fodor/Irene(u/s)

Mike Ockrent/Susan Stroman

NEW YORK & REGIONAL

CHICAGO

Roxie

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

GYPSY

Tessie Tura

Lyric Stage

CAN CAN

Celstine

City Center Encores

NO STRINGS

Jeanette Valmy

City Center Encores

WHITE CHRISTMAS

Rita

Curran Theater

COMMERCIALS/PRINT

BANK OF AMERICA

Mom

Hill Holiday Connors Cosmopoulos

CHIC JEANS

Model

Amadeo-Petit

VISION SERVICE PROVIDER

Model

LONE STAR BEER

Principal Patron

Kira-h Films

ESSO

Principal Customer

Michael Daniel & Assoc.

NBA “We Love This Game”

Singer/Dancer

NBA All Star Game

LYSOL

Mother

Harvest Prod.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

CHICAGO Fashion spread

CHICAGO AD CAMPAIGN

Solo shot

Max Vadukul

RECORDINGS

VICTOR/VITORIA

Vocalist

Philips Records

CHICAGO

Featured vocalist

RCA Victor

SWING

Featured vocalist

Sony

BELLS ARE RINGING

Featured vocalist

Varese Sarabande

TRAINING

DRAMA: Chris Wilson, Cecil Picket, Charles Katkasatkis, Joanna Beckson

VOICE: Stephanie Samaras, Phil Hall, Andrea Green

DANCE: N.C.S.A., S.A.B., S.F. Ballet, Michael Owen, Michelle Assaf

REVIEWS

Photos
Videos

In a perfect world every person in A CHORUS LINE would be a 10 in dancing, singing and acting. Caitlin Carter (Cassie, who delivers the defining line, “a dancer dances,” and does the one solo, a flashy dance) scores highest in the acting department.

Alvin Klein
NEW YORK TIMES

I believe Miss Caitlin Carter’s Cassie in the best I’ve ever seen. In the first place , Cassie must always stand out and be striking, even before her true identity is revealed. In the second place, her dancing must astonish. Every moment she is on stage should be memorable. Miss Carter has the looks and the talent to put this over. She has legs that won’t quit. She has a shapely body, and knows how to carry herself. In short, she has class

David Lohrey
CURTAIN UP

Carter, as Cassie, aside from being stunning on stage, is perfect for the role of the stage star who tried to make it in Hollywood and now returns to what she loves, dancing, and is willing to take any dancing role, even on the line. She offers a beautiful rendition of “Music In the Mirror”

Ann Miner
TALKIN BROADWAY

The long stemmed Caitlin Carter, who was a vividly wry presence in the revival of CHICAGO, brings a cool heat to her impersonation of a bass fiddle in “Harlem Nocturne”, and in a steamy duet with the strapping Edgar Godineaux to the great Arlen-Mercer standard “Blues In The Night”

Ben Brantley
NEW YORK TIMES

“But it’s the women who get-and deserve-all the attention. At Wednesday’s performance Caitlin Carter gave a seamless, and polished performance as Roxie Hart, the brash chorus girl”

Alice T. Carter
PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE

“Through the years of cast changes at CHICAGO we are always relieved to find the originals. The increasingly stupendous Caitlin Carter, preserving the Fosse-Reinking style”

Linda Winer
NEWSDAY

“Caitlin Carter brings just the right desperation to the role of Hunyak”

Hedy Weiss
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

PHOTOS

Reviews
Videos

VIDEOS

Reviews
Photos

CAITLIN'S REEL

VICTORIA'S SECRET BODY DOUBLE AND CHOREOGRAPHER

SWING ON THE TODAY SHOW

MEIN HERR, KANDER AND EBB BENEFIT

FRED AND GINGER IN SO MANY WORDS

A CHORUS LINE

CONTACT

Agents

New York

Professional Artists: LEGIT

321 W 44th St #605
New York, NY 10036-5432

212none-247-8770
agents@professionalartists.net

Contact:
Marilynn Scott Murphy/Sheldon Lubliner

Dallas/Ft. Worth And Other Areas

Linda McAlister Talent:
Legit and Commercial

100 Oak Ln
Waxahachie, TX 75167

972none-938-2433
linda@lmtalent.com

Contact: Linda McAlister

Austin, Texas

BLVD Talent: LEGIT AND COMMERCIAL

4855 Twin Valley Drive
Austin, TX 78731

512-458-BLVD (2583)
info@blvdtalent.com

Contact: Cynthia Robbins

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