Caleb Cabiness

Last updated

May 13, 2022


"An amazing singer" -Tony Award® and GRAMMY Award-winner Duncan Sheik on Caleb's Melchior

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, 2019 (#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 trainings
  • Bill Cooper – Commercials, Audition Techniques
  • Stage, film, and commercial training and experience

“Bravo!” -Classical music superstars Lawrence Brownlee and Eric Owens


1) The ‘witty everyman/guy next door’ – this could be friendly, nice guys, or the guys with something sinister to hide. I’ve been compared to “Jim from The Office” so many times I’ve lost count! 

2) I tend to get cast in ‘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 and trusted acquaintances say my “kind eyes” give me a fantasy/SciFi appeal for roles like James McAvoy’s Mr. Tumnus or Professor X.


Guns and Ships but I perform every part


Spring Awakening: Melchior: Sharon Andrews

Macbeth: Malcolm: Brook Davis

Collidescope 3.0: Various Roles: Ping Chong

A Funny Thing... Forum: Miles Gloriosus: Michael Baron

Much Ado About Nothing: Borachio: Duck Washington

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