About Ms. Younger
"What is obvious is her ear for dialogue."
"As Ginger Brooks she will bring a tear to your eye from laughing so hard."
-the Times Herald
"Broadway Caliber Dance Skills."
"Caroline Younger plays Moonface's girlfriend Erma, not only with Burlesque but with charm. 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 B. Younger plays Georgie, Dave's (Tad Wilson) wife. The chemistry between these two performers in particular carries the show."
"As Georgie, Caroline B. Younger is perky and effervescent. She also gives her character a quietly, suffering nobility."
-North County News
"And there's an especially delightful number, "Buddie Beware" performed by Caroline Younger who promises to be another Bernadette Peters."
-Ellen Burke Rawls
"Caroline Younger (Val) is an impudent delight in "Dance Ten Looks Three."
-the Post Standard
Caroline B. Younger is a veteran of Musical Theatre. She has dedicated her life to performing in and creating theatre and dance. She has been teaching young students of this art form for 25 years and is very passionate about passing on all of her knowledge, experience and training in order to inspire and open up a pathway to success for her students.
She is a member of AEA and SAG and is currently represented by Productions Plus as a voice over artist. She has performed all over the US and Europe in tours of West Side Story, Anything Goes (Erma), A Chorus Line (Val), The Rocky Horror Show (Columbia), as well as performing in Atlantic City and the most famous regional theatres like Papermill Playhouse (South Pacific as Dinah) the Westchester Broadway Theatre (Georgie in the Full Monty) and North Shore Music Theatre (Oklahoma). in 1998, she was cast in the Broadway Revival of Little Me as Ramona opposite Martin Short. Other notable roles include Mickey the Mechanic in My One and Only, Goldilocks for Theatre Works USA and Susie in Chimera at LaMama ETC in NYC. Commercial credits include, Pringles, Bell South, Road Runner High Speed Online and NJ Lottery.
Caroline spent 20 years working in NYC as a performer, dance teacher and choreographer for both Musical Theatre and Concert Dance.
She has taught in NYC at Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Marymount College, Wagner College as well as many studios throughout NJ, CT and Long Island. Her training began in Baltimore where she was a dance major at the Baltimore School for the Arts and began performing professionally at age 15 in productions of, On Your Toes, Carousel (Louise), Bye Bye Birdie (Ursula), I Remember Mama (Johanna), Hello Dolly, and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Alice).The depth and breath of her work is deep and vast covering Golden Age Musical Theatre as well as Pop/Rock Contemporary.
Caroline is also a writer, her first play "Roller Skates and Mary Jane" debuted at the 2005 International Fringe Festival in NYC. Her one act, Vanilla Rococo was produced at the Manhattan Reperatory Theatre and her kitschy musical, the Connie Baker Show performed at Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn. She is currently working on one new play (Canary Man) and a work of fiction (Saratoga, the adventures of Rex and Trixie).
Ms. Younger moved West to Denver in 2012. After teaching for several studios and theatre schools including DSA and Valor Conservtory, she saw that the Musical Theatre Students needed a Dance Technique Program to dig in to their movement practice. She completely changed the scope of training in Colorado when she founded W.A.B.I theatre and dance giving the singer/actors a place to really train and strengthen their dance foundation in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Theatre Dance and Tap. Her students flourished and she also created a College Prep Program with Kevin Covert of Shenandoah Conservatory as well as taking her students to NYC for high end Musical Theatre Workshops.
W.A.B.I alumni with the guidance of Caroline and her top notch training and faculty are now in BFA MT Programs at Carnegie Mellon, NYU, Boston Conservatory, Shenandoah Conservatory, Utah University, Lipscomb, Belmont, the Hartt School, Michigan, Texas State, Montclair and PACE.
In 2019 Caroline took a group of High School Students at Valor Christian Conservatory to the Bobby G Awards with her Broadway Caliber Dance Numbers and won the Bobby G for Outstanding Choreography. She sees potential in every student that crosses her path and works to raise the bar as an artist and business owner and level up students training so they can compete in markets like NYC, Chicago and LA. She has choreographed over 30 Musicals and Dance Concerts and is a pioneer in Rock/Pop 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.