Tulsa Youth Cabaret Members

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Why do our kids accel?

As you'll read below, you'll see that our TYC members are into a LOT of things and are incredibly well-rounded. From trips to the White House to Academic Honors and studying with the greats of our time, our students stay incredibly busy! But it's the well-roundedness and active lifestyle their parents help provide them that make them such successful students and performers! We couldn't be happier to be associated with these budding young artists and are happy to represent them on and fuel their journey toward success! As you'll read, some of our students are new to the stage and some have been at it for a long time! But one thing they all have in common is that they had what it took to make it into Tulsa Youth Cabaret to learn all they could learn about singing, acting and dancing! Read about them below and prepare to be impressed!

2018-2019 Personnel

Emily Bergenroth

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  • 10 years old, 4th Grade
  • Credits:  The Cinderella Complex - Ensemble - Clark Theatre The Fairy Tale Plays - The Big Bad Wolf - Holland Hall Primary School The Wizard of Oz - Ensemble - 
  • Training:  Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Bravo School of Performing Arts, MYO Performing Arts Camp McKinney, Texas 
  • Honors: Holland Hall Honor Choir,  Girl Scout Flame of Friendship Award, Junior First Lego League Star Programmer Award, White House Science Fair-Washington, D.C.
  • Fun Facts: Emily is great at computer and robotics programming and she was interviewed on TV and radio when her Lego League team went to the White House Science fair!

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Isabella Doering

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  • 11 years old, 6th Grade
  • Credits:  Charlie Brown Christmas (Marcie)-Cinderella Complex (Lady Scone)-Lost Pages of Cinderella (Little Bo Peep)-Lost Pages of Snow White (Miss Muffett) 
  • Training:  Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Ami Chapman Vocal Coach, Encore! Theatre Arts, Clark Youth Theatre
  • Volunteer: Tulsa Community Food Bank-Neighborhood Along the Line Food Service-Day Center for the Homeless 
  • Fun Facts:  Isabella is in the Performance Recorder Group at Christian Montessori Academy, can do a cartwheel and round off and wants to be either a teacher, lawyer or actor when she grows up!  

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Savannah Durham

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  • 14 years old, 9th Grade
  • Credits: Trojan Spirit Show Choir-Theatre Tulsa's Evita (Children's Chorus) Jenk's Middle School Beauty and the Beast & Bandstand (featured dancer)-Jenks Middle School Choir (small group, ensemble, chorus)
  • Training: Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Jenks Middle School Vocal Music
  • Workshops: Gretchen Ponio (Dance) -Brooks Fine Arts clinic.
  • Honors:  National Junior Honor Society-Principle's Honor Roll 
  • Fun Facts:  Savannah is a goalie on a soccer team, can do a back-bend and cartwheel, plays the ukulele, and is a master at baking! 

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Clara Fabian

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  • 11 years old, 6th Grade
  • Credits: Theatre Tulsa's Seussical Jr. (Wickersham Brother) Encore! Theatre Arts' Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Oompa Loompa) A Charlie Brown Christmas (Sally Brown)-The Lost Pages of Cinderella (Gretel)-The Lost Pages of Sleeping Beauty (Burr, the Pig) The Wizard of Oz (Lollipop Girl/Munchkin #1)-Winnie the Pooh (Late Rabbit) The Jungle Book (Monkey) Encore! / 2016 
  • Training: Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Sue Wilson-voice, Soul II Sole Performing Arts
  • Fun Facts:  Clara can do a round off back-handspring, standing back handspring, cartwheel, forward roll, handstand, back tuck, aerial and much more! 

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Grant Galloway

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  • 14 years old, 9th GradCredits:  Broken Arrow High School's Peter Pan (John Darling)- Encore! Theatre Arts' It’s a Wonderful Life (Young George Bailey and Pete Bailey) Clark Youth Theatre's Grease (Doody) -American Theatre Company's A Christmas Carol (Peter Cratchit) Broken Arrow High School's Mary Poppins (Neleus) at , Theatre Tulsa's Hairspray (Mr. Pinkie)-Clark Youth Theatre's Little Shop of Horrors (Mr. Bernstein)
  • Training: Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Becca Baker-voice
  • Honors: All-Broken Arrow Honor Choir 3 yrs, Broken Arrow Show Choir (Dance Captain)- Show Choir President- Student of the Month- 1st Place Reflections Literature Award - Honor Roll 
  • Fun Facts:  Grant wants to be a writer, actor, producer, director or comedian when he grows up and does slight of hand card magic! 

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Macy Gerkin

  • 10 years old, 5th Grade
  • Credits: Donkey-Shrek, Young Simba-Lion King, Genie-Aladdin, Michael Hobbs-Elf
  • Training: Tulsa Youth Cabaret, Vocal Coach: Ashlee Elmore

Visit Trace's Website

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