Caitlin Antram

Caitlin Antram is a Philadelphia based theater and cabaret artist originally from the upper valleys of central Pennsylvania. Before her time at the Pig Iron School, Caitlin worked with Theatre Exile and Amaryllis Theater Co, sang in three-part harmony with The Cherry Blossoms and performed with the wedding band, Wasabi. Since graduating, she has performed in several full-length devised works including Pay Up, Pig Iron Theater Co (2013), The West, prod./dir. By Alex Bechtel (2014) and The Meeting of the Mother Moth Peoples, Plump Olive Productions (2015). During the summer of 2014 Caitlin traveled to Stockholm, Sweden to intern and perform with the internationally acclaimed, Teatr Slava, to whom she was introduced during her training with Pig Iron. From Slava, she learned to sing Slavic folk music and spin fire. Caitlin (aka Boogaloo Borine) is also a vocalist for the clown/funk band “Red 40 and The Last Groovement” which recently concluded a two-year long monthly residency with FringeArts. In the summer of 2015, Red 40 and TLG created a one act stand-alone musical, The Best Songs You’ve Ever Heard Show, produced by FringeArts, which gave birth to several tracks for their forth-coming all original album, She’s Keen to Feed coming Fall 2016. Since October 2013, Caitlin (aka Marlene Merlot) has been honored to host and chanteuse for Philadelphia’s premiere neo-burlesque troupe, The Peek-A-Boo Revue. In the past three years she has performed in eleven full-length vaudevillian style burlesque shows with the company, appearing at The Trocadero and World Café Live. Caitlin (Marlene) is also the proud lead vocalist of the Peek-a-Boo’s house band, The Striptease Orchestra. Caitlin loves her Pig Iron family, seeing the world, discovering new ways to create, meeting beautiful brilliant people and her little black cat, Toast.