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Caleigh is a working actress and singer based in New York City. Trained with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Western Connecticut State University (2019). Post graduation, Caleigh has worked on several independent film projects in preparation for her first guest star in the Hulu Original Movie “The Binge”, streaming August 28th 2020. In the film Caleigh had the pleasure of working alongside actors like Vince Vaughn, Skylar Gisondo, and more. Her collegiate credits include Beatrice (MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING), Joanne (COMPANY), Mrs. Cratchit/Fan Scrooge (A CHRISTMAS CAROL) and Marina (UNCLE VANYA) for which she won the national award for Distinguished Performance by an Actress from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Caleigh gained her love for performing from her time at St. Paul Catholic High School. She wants to thank Mr. Mazzarella and SP Drama for instilling in her the confidence to pursue her artistic career!
Dana Wilton has performed off-Broadway, has performed in several well known regional and broadway touring theatres, sung with the nationally acclaimed choir Chorus Angelicus for 12 years and can be heard on several of their albums, and worked on movies with artists such as Jennifer Connolly and Anthony Mackie. She has been the recipient of many awards including "Best Actress" from the Light and Movement Film Festival, and "Best Actress" from the National Youth Art's Awards.
Dana recently graduated from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee with a BFA in Musical Theatre. At BoCo Dana was able to meticulously craft her art, and delve deeper into her other interests. Among these interests, she found her love for landscape photography and uses it as a means to bring awareness to Climate Change and Indegenous People's Rights. She discovered her interest in voice over work and wrote, edited, and recorded 2 demos. She directed the musical, Parade, at the Boston Conservatory in the Fall of her Senior Year (a goal she's had since she was 14.) She also took part in many musicals and plays, and especially loved getting to work on new works pieces, devised pieces, and pieces bringing awareness to Women's Rights and LGBTQ+ Rights.
Chiara Giampietro is a graduate of Nazareth College with a BFA Musical Theatre Major and a Minor in Business Management. Passionate about performing, she can range from comedic to dramatic roles, classical legit to contemporary vocal stylings. Recent credits include: Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, directed and choreographed by Bob Cline, Mrs. Tottendale in The Drowsy Chaperone, directed and choreographed by Trey Compton, Ilse in Spring Awakening, directed and choreographed by Brett Smock, and Judith in Hay Fever, directed by Bob Moss (Playwrights Horizons). Chiara currently lives in Boston and is pursuing a career in TV and Film. ⧫ chiaragiampietro.com ⧫ @chiarargiampietro
Jillian Caillouette is a professional singer-songwriter, recording artist, actress,yoga instructor, and voice teacher. Jillian has performed professionally andtrained with some of Broadways greatest including Linda Eder, Janelle Robinson, Frank Wildhorn, Andrea Burns, Elizabeth Parkinson, Scott Wise, MaryAnn Lamb,The Shapiro Sisters, Andrea McArdle, John Hickok, and Tim Howard. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Western CT State University where she received multiple national awards through The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and various scholarships for her vocals and acting. In 2013 she performed on Broadway in The Jimmy Awards placing as a top finalist alongside Broadways Eva Noblezada from Hadestown. For over ten years she has recorded her own original music and for other artists at some of CT’s top recording studios such as Pharaoh Studios, Dirt Floor, Telefunken, and Onyx Sound Lab. This September she'll be releasing her first original album titled "Phases".
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The animals, most of whom are rescued and adopted, are cared for with the highest standards of medical and emotional welfare. From dogs to donkeys, pigs to parrots, llamas to lizards, scores of Theatrical Animals have comfortably lived and been trained by Bill Berloni over the past 40 years at their farm in Connecticut. There are currently 25 dogs, 3 cats, 2 horses, 2 pigs, 2 geese, 1 donkey, 1 Macaw and 1 Dwarf bunny at the farm!Living on the Berloni farm gives most of these animals a second chance. They are rehabilitated into tip-top health, socialized, and trained . Some are then employed in the entertainment industry, and their income helps provide for some of their other furry friends on the farm; the new ones in-training, and the retired and infirmed. They become ambassadors for rescue and rehabilitation. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the reality of current projections, these opportunities may not exist for quite a while. Between supplies, food, supplements, medications, etc., the average total cost for the animals is roughly $10,000 per month, or $120,000 per year. So now, they need your help!If you can find it in your hearts to donate to their "Theatrical Animals Fund", they will be so deeply grateful. They hope that they - and their human costars - can all get back to work together soon. In the meantime, they send hearty thanks to all of their fans, and all the many people with whom they have worked. They know that we will all pull through this together!