Katelyn Bowman

(Miss Elaina/Teacher Harriet)

Beyond thrilled to be making her national tour debut! Past credits include Lil’ Inez (Hairspray), Stop Kiss (Sara), Urinetown (Soupy Sue), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Dilber). BFA theatre graduate of Lindenwood University. A special thank you to Jenn Rapp and Jason Williams. Tremendous thank you to Wojcik/Seay Casting, Holly Buczek, and Mills Entertainment. Love to her family and friends for their support. She dedicates this performance to Alexandria and Madeline: the two most influential four year olds an aunt could ask for.

Elora Daniels

(Mom Tiger)

Thrilled to be on the road again after originating the role of “Mother” in the Two Beans Productions tour of Alexander Who’s Not… Going to Move! Regionally, some of her favorite credits include Minnie Fay (Hello Dolly), Serena Katz (Fame! the Musical), Anna (Spring Awakening), and Maureen (RENT). Elora holds a BM in Vocal Performance from the University of New Mexico and is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. A special thanks to Mills Entertainment for this opportunity and her wonderful friends and family for their love and support.

Jordan Elman

(Dad Tiger/Prince Wednesday/Mr. McFeely)

Excited to embark on this touring adventure! Most recently, he performed in the New York New Works Theatre Festival in In Love with the Arrow Collar Man. Some regional credits include Spamalot, and Doppelskope’s Grimm! and Growl!. He earned a B.A. in Theatre and Psychology from Muhlenberg College and studied physical theatre at the Accademia dell’arte in Arezzo, Italy. Jordan teaches guitar privately and is a member of Yellow Sneaker Puppets. He would like to thank M, D, E, and S for all of their support and love leading up to this journey.

Kimberly Mhoon

(Daniel Tiger)

Kimberly’s first discipline is dance, studying with the Ailey School, Deeply Rooted, under Joel Hall and Homer Bryant. She has performed nationwide and continues her journey helping to bring the wonderful world of make believe to children around the country.

Justin Parker

(O the Owl/Music Man Stan/Baker Aker/King Friday)

Elated to be making his national tour debut with Mills Entertainment. Off Broadway credits: Urinetown (Fracture Theatre Company) Hairspray (Crown and Scepter theater company) Regional Credits: Hairspray, Happy Days, Annie and The Full Monty (Allenberry Playhouse). He would like to credit this opportunity to Jesus Christ, family, W.S Casting, Holly Buczek and Mills Entertainment. AMDA alumnus. 1 Corinthians 2:9

Dean Cestari

(Neighbor/Male Swing)

Thrilled to be making his national tour debut working with Mills Entertainment! He is a Long Island native and has had a passion for performing from a young age. Past credits include: George (Spring Awakening), John Truitt (Meet Me in St. Louis), The Cat in the Hat (Seussical the Musical), Beast (Beauty and the Beast) and Marius (Les Miserables). Thanks to Dad, Mom, Cammie, Halle, Emmie and the rest of my family and friends for their unending support and encouragement. Colossians 3:17.

Calli McRae

(Neighbor/Female Swing)

Overjoyed to make her National Tour debut with Mills Entertainment! Originally from Atlanta, Georgia Calli is a sweet, Southern gal who now resides in New York City to delight and inspire audiences. Selected Regional Theatre credits: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Grease (Patty Simcox), Fiddler on the Roof (Chava), Bye Bye Birdie (Ursula Merkle) and Godspell (Gilmer). She would like to thank her incredibly supportive family and her fiercely loyal friends.

Schyler Rice

(Katerina Kittycat/Dance Captain)

Made her national tour debut with Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE! last winter and is excited to be back with Mills Entertainment for the remount of the tour. Jerry Herman Ring Theatre credits: Oklahoma! (Laurey), Our Town (Emily Webb), Cloud Nine (Edward/ Betty), South Pacific. Other recent credits: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Work of Pure Fiction- a new work, Book of Days, The Secret Garden, The Nutcracker. BFA Musical Theatre, University of Miami. Little ones: Keep dancing, singing, and loving with all your heart, meow meow!