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Singer. Dancer. Actor. Artist.

"The Music and the Mirror is a truly breathtaking and emotional number as Cassie lays out her heart and her need to dance. Carly Caviglia as Cassie delivers a dynamic performance as she dazzles performing Marcum's enchanting choreography. Caviglia's performance did not disappoint in the iconic role of Cassie."

Broadway World

"Carly Caviglia delivering a textured and poignant performance as Alex's friend Gloria."

Broadway World

Carly Caviglia is very good as one of Alex's co-workers, the likable Gloria... Caviglia and Goz form a winning, realistic duo.

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Carly (she/her) is a singer, dancer, actor, and certified girly-pop from a little orange farm in California. She is currently based in New York City, and has recently been seen at a number of regional theaters across the country, as well as shouting out the iconic “Courtney, take your break!” on the recent National Tour of Legally Blonde.

When not performing, she enjoys a classic walk in Central Park with a McDonald's Diet Coke in hand. A total foodie, feel free to give her any restaurant recommendations or ask about her family's German Shepherd, Scout.

Carly is a proud graduate of Syracuse University with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Go Orange!


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And at the end of this summer, I'll be calling Auburn, NY home! I could not be more excited to head upstate to dance in Bandstand at The Rev Theatre. Directed by Brett Smock and choreographed by Patrick O'Neill, this absolutely stunning show is one I have wanted to check off my bucket list for years. If you're up in Auburn in August, be sure not to miss it!

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And that is just what we did! I started my summer out on Long Island at The Gateway Playhouse performing in Rock of Ages. This production was directed and choreographed by Keith Andrews. While working on my Bourbon Room dancing, I also understudied Sherrie & Regina, and even got to perform Sherrie 3 times! What a dream come true!

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I was so lucky to continue my summer soaking up the Long Island sun at the Gateway Playhouse with Escape to Margaritaville. Totally different than Rock of Ages, it was so fun to kick up my dancing shoes and truly "vibe" on the island. I even got to performance my understudy track as the Potato Princess, Rachel, for one show! 

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I found myself home in California for a while during 2020 and was desperate to keep my creative spirit, I found spirits! Bartending became my creative outlet and something I absolutely fell in love with. When I wasn't tap dancing behind the bar at the local restaurant I was working at, I started my own little business "Boozy Barre".

Since bars were closed, I would come up with three different cocktails a week and deliver them directly to people's porches. It originally started as something just to do over the holidays but was so popular and so fun for me that I continued for months afterward. Next time you see me, tell me your favorite cocktail and I'll give you my favorite recipe for it!


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There is such artistry and skill to bartending and mixology.  I am proud to not only be a part of this community but love learning more about it every day.

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