Actor, Singer, Comedian
Caroline Hawthorne is an up and coming actress, singer, and musical comedian from Los Angeles, CA. She aims to create witty, cynical, and honest comedy by women, for women. Her one woman show The Slutty Virgin premiered at the Playground Solo Festival in San Francisco last year. She has also performed at Flappers Comedy Club, Plano Virtual Comedy Festival, and the Ladies Room Comedy Competition. She is the winner of the Eargasm Christmas Comedy Contest, and was a featured act in The Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival in collaboration with Roxie Roz Burlesque. She has also written satire for The Nordly and The BroadwayBeat, and wrote the satirical advice column "The Crazy Kazoo Lady". Caroline was a Steel City AF Grantee under Steve Hofstetter.
Caroline Hawthorne is a versatile performing artist, doing everything from opera, to Shakespeare, to comedy. Favorite credits include the Stepmother in Cendrillon, Joanne in Company, and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. She was also a finalist in the Harold Haugh Light Opera Competition with her performance of Kurt Weill's Pirate Jenny. Caroline is a musical comedian, premiering her one woman show The Slutty Virgin at the Playground Solo Festival in San Francisco. She was also an acting apprentice at The Commonweal Theatre Company, where she performed in Peter and the Starcatcher, and acted in and sound designed The Fox. Caroline is a graduate of Oklahoma City University with a BFA in acting, and of Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, where she trained as a classical mezzo-soprano.