Acting

With over a decade of acting experience and extensive training from WFU, the Trinity/La MaMa performing arts program, and many more classes and workshops, Caleb is well-suited for many styles of stage and screen acting.

Experience and Training

  • B.A. in Theatre – Magna Cum Laude and Honors from Wake Forest University (#27 best university on U.S. News and World Report at the time of graduation)
  • Melchior in Spring Awakening, Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, and many many more!
  • Trinity/La MaMa performing arts semester in NYC
  • Laban movement, Fitzmaurice voice work, Alexander technique
  • Stanislavski, Warner Loughlin, Meisner techniques
  • Shakespearean acting and teaching experience
  • Great with Accents and Dialects
  • Various acting workshops and training
  • Bill Cooper – Commercials, Audition Techniques
  • Stage, film, and commercial training and experience
  • See my Resume tab for more!

Musical Theatre clips

“An amazing singer!”

-Tony Award® and GRAMMY Award-winner Duncan Sheik (on Caleb’s Melchior)
Moving Too Fast from The Last Five Years by Jason Robert Brown
Finishing the Hat from Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim
If I Didn’t Believe in You from The Last Five Years by Jason Robert Brown
The Man I Used to Be from Pipe Dream by Rodgers and Hammerstein

Monologues

Hamlet’s I.ii Soliloquy
Detective Blanc from Knives Out
Elder Cunningham from Book of Mormon (probably should have shaved for this…🤷)

Types

1) The ‘Witty Everyman/Guy Next Door‘ – friendly, nice guys, or the ones with something sinister to hide. I’ve been compared to “Jim from The Office” so many times I’ve lost count! 

2) ‘Leader‘ roles ranging from the thoughtful & grounded usurped king Malcolm in Macbeth to the radical, yet good-willed Melchior in Spring Awakening – both roles that I’ve done. 

3) Directors say my “kind eyes” give me a Fantasy/SciFi appeal for roles like James McAvoy’s Mr. Tumnus or Professor X.