Tuck Everlasting - November 16 - November 18, 2023

Huntington University

 Who's Who 

  • Sam Bergler┬░ head shot

    Sam Bergler°

    as Thomas Tuck/Fair Visitor

    Sam heard about this performing opportunity from his father. He is very excited to play the roles of Thomas & Fair Visitor! He is looking forward to performing on a large stage! Sam's interests outside of thetare include learning at school, playing saxophone & piano, & fishing & camping with Cub Scouts. Sam's imagination wanders far & wide! The world is his stage!

  • Jordan Burger┬░ head shot

    Jordan Burger°

    Bass/Cello

    Jordan Burger is excited to working with Huntington University for the first time! Jordan is a Fort Wayne based audio engineer and musician. He has had many roles on and off the stage as an actor, technician, and musician. Most notably, Jordan received the Broadway World Regional Award for Sound Design for The Hunchback of Notre Dame (2018).  

  • Melanie Carter head shot

    Melanie Carter

    Music Director

    Melanie is a versatile soprano, having sung in numerous musical theatre & operatic productions including leading roles in Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins), Kiss Me, Kate (Kate/Lilli Vanessi), The Secret Garden (Lily), Guys & Dolls (Sarah), Oklahoma! (Laurey), Into the Woods (Rapunzel/Granny/Cinderella’s Mother) to name a few. She is an art song recitalist & has been a soloist for such works as Mozart’s Requiem & Handel’s Messiah, & has sung with the Lake County Symphony Orchestra, including the world premier of Charles Brown’s Poem for American Acrimony. She also performs with the professional ensemble Heartland Sings in Fort Wayne, IN. In addition to performing, Melanie teaches voice & piano lessons, music directs, & is an adjunct music professor at HU. Melanie has a BA of Music degree in voice performance from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro & a Master of Music degree in voice performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

  • Lexie Caudell head shot

    Lexie Caudell

    as Nana

    Lexie Caudell is a sophomore and is majoring in theatre and criminal justice. This is her third show at HUTC, her previous shows being Our Town (Belligerent Man and Choir Member) and Meet Me in St. Louis (stage manager). Her previous shows before HUTC were The Little Mermaid, The Sound of Music, Miracle on 34th Street, and Shrek: The Musical.

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