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CAITELEN SCHNEEBERGER was most recently seen in Landmark’s productions of The Fantasticks and The Music Man. Since childhood she has acted on stage, in television, and film, taking on various roles from playing her own “evil twin” in a short indie film to Cinderella in Into the Woods. Her original compositions have also appeared in Elite Studio’s production of The Crux. Caitelen is delighted to be a part of Landmark Musicals and is thankful to Greg, the love of her life, for his support, and to the Lord, from whom all glory is given. Spera in Deo.
CAITLIN WEES is thrilled to be making her Landmark debut. She was recently seen as Miss Dorothy in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Other favorite roles include Johanna in Sweeney Todd, Amy in Little Women, and Sharpay in High School Musical 2. She studied at Oklahoma City University and is a student of Florence Birdwell.
CALEB DANE HORST became involved in musical theater as a high school freshman. He played many roles at Sandi Prep including Enjoltras in Les Miserables, Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, Motel in Fiddler on the Roof, and Verges in Much Ado About Nothing. Caleb has taken voice lessons with Kurt Robinson. In his free time, Caleb break-dances, plays guitar, and works on his car. He is also a company dancer at Elite Dance Studios. God bless all. Love you, Mom and Dad!
CALEIGH ELLISON’s passion is singing. She also enjoys playing softball. She made her acting debut at Copperpoint Church where she performed in Scrooge and Messiah. She appeared in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Vortex and as an Oompa in Musical Theatre Southwest’s Willy Wonka.
CAMERON ILLIDGE-WELCH is so happy to be making his Albuquerque stage debut with Landmark Musicals and his wonderful husband in such a wonderful show. Cameron is a transplant from New Orleans where he regularly appeared at Cutting Edge Theater and several other theaters. He was most recently seen in Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister. His favorite roles include Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Jack in Into the Woods and Marius in Les Miserables.
CAMRYN WHARFF attends PAPA. A Christmas Carol was her second show with Landmark Musicals; her first was Pirates of Penzance. Her favorite shows are Once on This Island and The Drowsy Chaperone. She wants to thank her cast for being such an amazing group of people, and she thanks her parents for driving her around and for their unconditional love and support.
CARA SOWERS last performed three years ago in a Musical Theater Southwest production. After a show, she was hit by a drunk driver and sustained severe injuries. She says “It’s a blessing to perform again, I’m so thankful to God for preserving my life, healing my bones and my spirit.” Special thanks to husband Marc for his love and support. Thanks to the cast, crew, and her four amazing children for a wonderful run together!
CAROL JEAN THOMAS has performed in community theater in New Jersey and Illinois. A recent transplant to New Mexico, she is a freelance writer and has taught college English. She and her husband Mike are devoted parents to canine daughters Maggie Lou and Ginger. Landmark’s The Music Man was her first New Mexico show.
CASSIDY CHESHIRE was a lead chorus member for Nine to Five at St. Pius X High School in 2012 and was Humpty Dumpty for the Play Conservatory production of Shrek in 2013. Recently she played Kala in the 2013 Play Conservatory production of Tarzan. Cassidy is a junior at St. Pius X High School.
CASSIDY KNIGHT is thrilled to be joining the cast of Hello, Dolly! Previously, he appeared as Ernst in Albuquerque Little Theatre’s Spring Awakening. Michigan shows include Into the Woods (Jack), Kiss Me, Kate (Paul), Crazy For You(Bobby Child), Guys and Dolls (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), The Music Man (Winthrup), and a SondheimRevue in Rome, Italy.
CHANDLER BOHMAN says the highlight of her young acting career was playing a dog in Play Conservatory’s 101 Dalmatians. Chandler was thrilled to learn the role of Sandy would be played by a real canine. She also has a knack for knowledge of just about every dog breed.
CHARLIE GROVES has been fortunate to fly over Neverland in the Landmark production of Peter Pan as Michael Darling. More recently he sang and danced his way through Albuquerque Little Theatre’s production of Mary Poppins. Typically, Charlie is found on a soccer field, basketball court or doing all those fun things kids do. Charlie is thrilled to be in this show with his younger brothers, Oliver and Oscar, and sister, Scarlett.
CHARLIE MITCHELL is the southern guy from Georgia who enjoys those moonlight strolls on the beach, red roses by the dozens and hip-hop dancing. On a real note, he enjoyed himself working on Ragtime. What an amazing cast of people and great talent. Thank you, guys, for making him feel welcome!!
CHRIS ARMIJO has many shows on his resume, including 15 at ACLOA/MTS, Adobe, ALT, Ballet Theater Southwest, and the New Mexico Ballet Company. Some stage credits include As Thousands Cheer, Opera Southwest – BTSW, Nutcracker – BTSW ’07 and ’08, and Showtune. Some of Chris’s favorite roles include John Wilkes Booth in Assassins and Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar. Zsa-Zsa? Hmm. How in the world did I get suckered into that one? Comedy? Tragedy? LOL, you be the judge.
CHRISTO MCMASTER began dancing in 2012 when he participated in Festival Ballet Albuquerque’s production of Billy the Kid. He began his formal ballet training at Dance Theatre Southwest with Dominic Guerra and Patricia Dickinson Wells. He has since been performing with Festival Ballet. Christo has performed with other companies including the Louisiana Delta Ballet and the Connecticut Ballet, in the productions of Giselle and The Nutcracker, as well as various outreach programs.
CISSY KING became established as a multi-faceted talent and a favorite with the fans in her twelve years of weekly performances and touring with The Lawrence Welk Show,/ She received the Dance Masters of America Award for Outstanding Contribution to Dance. After leaving the Welk Show, she stayed busy with her nightclub act, Cissy King & Two Fellas; designed/directed shows for the Six Flags amusement parks; did TV guest shots and commercials; and let’s not forget, Cissy was a synchronized swimming nun in Mel Brooks’s History of the World, Part I. Cissy’s first musical was Anything Goes in California. Locally, she was in Hedwig & the Angry Inch, Always… Patsy Cline, The Full Monty and Singin’ in the Rain. she had the opportunity to reprise her roles in Monty and Patsy for extended runs at the Lawrence Welk Resort Theatre. Yes, they did The FULL Monty there and had only one protester in the 10-week run!
CLAIRE SEELINGER is a graduate of Pepperdine University in vocal performance. She has loved performing opera, musical theater and chamber music throughout New Mexico with Opera South-west, ACLOA, Musical Theater Southwest and The Adobe Theater. Favorite roles include Fiona in Brigadoon, Marsinah in Kismet, Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Josephine in HMS Pinafore, Louisa in The Fantasticks, Sally in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Barbara/Passionella in The Apple Tree, Amalia in She Loves Me, Jenny Lind in Barnum, Lily in The Secret Garden, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel and Papagena in The Magic Flute. When she is not diving into theater and music, sheworks as a Specialty Pharmacist with the Lovelace Specialty Pharmacy.
CODY K. WESNER-ELLIS is delighted to be working with Landmark Musicals again in another Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. Cody Holds both a B.A. and M.M. in vocal performance and has appeared in various operas and musicals. Some of her favorite roles include: Aldonza (Man of La Mancha), Lucy (You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown), Sister Mary Amnesia (Nunsense), Rose (Gypsy), and most recently Nettie Fowler (Carousel). When not performing, Cody can be found salvaging the world’s economy with her high heel shoe addiction. Much love to her husband lim. Her church choir assists with a new children’s choir.and spends time with her family.
COLIN BURDGE is thrilled to join Landmark Musicals for this wonderful production. He was last seen as Bobby in Company at Musical Theatre Southwest. Other appearances include Drew in Rock of Ages (MTS), Doody/Teen Angel in Grease (ALT), Harold Bride in Titanic (MTS), Skimbleshanks/Bustopher Jones in Cats (ALT), and Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (AHS). Thanks to Mom and Dad for their endless support. These performances are dedicated to the memory of Marjory Halvorson.
COLIN MILLER has performed in numerous shows including The Wizard of Oz, The Lion King, The Philadelphia Story, and most recently, Guys and Dolls. When not on stage, Colin enjoys singing, playing guitar and hanging out.
COREY MEEHAN is senior at UNM focusing on theater. He will be graduating this fall with his BA in fine arts and arts management. he has previously appeared with Landmark’s Hello! Dolly and has been seen as Moritz in UNM’s, Spring Awakening and as Brad Majors in UNM’s The Rocky Horror Show.
COURTNEY AWE is excited to be “a strange woman lyin’ in ponds distributin’ swords”! Previously seen as Emma Goldman (Ragtime, Landmark); Lucy Harris (Jekyll and Hyde, MTS); Paulette Bonafante (Legally Blonde, ALT), Luisa Contini (Nine, MTS). Thanks to her family (MI and NM) for their support and BFF for always reminding her she can!
COURTNEY GIANNINI (Resident Choreographer) is a native New Mexican and has been dancing for 26 years. She has competed in numerous competitions around the country and has won several national awards. Courtney is currently a member of Festival Ballet Albuquerque and has danced the role of the dew drop fairy and the lead in Fandango. She also choreographs for Landmark Musicals with her husband Louis. For Landmark, she has danced in Carousel, A Chorus Line and Peter Pan. She coaches the dance team at Sandia Prep. Courtney thanks her husband and her two boys, Lucca and Hudson, for all their love and support.
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