"What is obvious is her ear for dialogue and her potential as an artist."
"As Ginger Brooks she will bring a tear to your eye from laughing so hard."
-the Times Herald
"Broadway Caliber Dance Skills." -Erin Hart
"Like Judy Holiday in Born Yesterday she manages the art of speaking in a high pitched voice and knows how to time a line for the fullest comedic effect"
Caroline Younger grew up in Baltimore where she trained as a dancer/actress and performed in many productions before heading out on a National Tour of West Side Story. Following a National Tour of Anything Goes as Erma, Ms. Younger moved to New York City where for twenty years she took class, performed, taught, choreographed, produced and worked in the sales departments of several prominent theatre companies.
Her performing credits include six National Tours, including The Rocky Horror Show with which she also toured Europe as Columbia, A Chorus Line as Val, regional productions of South Pacific, Oklahoma, The Full Monty as Georgie, My One and Only as Mickey, two shows at Harrah's in Atlantic City and many Off Broadway Dance Concerts, plays and several TV commercials.
She was cast in the 1998 Broadway Revival of Little Me at the Roundabout Theatre Company as Ramona and then heartbreak hit. After taking a fall down the stairs of Broadway Dance Center Caroline broke her foot and was unable to perform in her dream Broadway debut. Caroline dove into writing, choreography and teaching. Her first play "Roller Skates and Mary Jane" was produced at the 2005 NYC International Fringe Festival and she went on to teach at Wagner College, Marymount Manhattan College, Broadway Dance Center, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, Steps on Broadway and many studios throughout NJ, CT and Long Island. Her choreography has been seen in Musical Theatre regionally as well as concert dance. She has choreographed over thirty musicals including professional and student productions. A full evening of her rock n roll choreography was co produced by Broadway choreographer, Chet Walker at the Mazer Theatre in NYC. Her style is as unique as it is versatile, ranging from old style classic Jazz to passionate Rock n Roll thrash. One thing stands true Ms. Younger tells stories, creates character and evokes emotion with her movement.
Ms. Younger moved West to Denver in 2012 where she taught dance, choreographed and began creating and directing Dance and Musical Theatre Intensives. She formed WABI Performing Arts Conservatory, LLC in 2015. Most recently she choreographed "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at Valor High School for which she won the Bobby G award for Outstanding Choreography.
As a teacher Caroline believes in being a positive mentor for her students and inspires young artists to grow fully into their potential as well as instilling confidence, individual self expression, discipline and a reverence for the arts.