Caitlyn McCain is a New York City based actor, singer and teaching artist. Originally from SoCal, Caitlyn moved to NYC to attend New York University’s Tisch School of the arts, where she graduated with a BFA in Drama in 2019. During her senior year, Caitlyn had the privilege of working as an Education Apprentice with NYCCT and quickly fell in love with the power and purpose of teaching artist work, specifically within the neurodiverse community. She is now thrilled to be working in a wide range of student communities as an official member of the NYCCT TA team! In addition to performing and working with little ones, Caitlyn teaches in the Voice and Speech department at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and is the co-founder of the Adler Youth Big/Little Mentorship Program: a program that helps guide young artists on their path through high school into college and beyond.
Today, we are reaffirming our promise to serve all of New York City’s children. NYCCT will continue to promote diversity, teaching children that everyone’s story belongs on stage – and that their lives matter.
Today’s book recommendation, Hairy, Scary, Ordinary, explores how adjectives help us describe people, places, and more in our stories! Read the book and then write your own adjective-filled story with our activity book!