Though it has been years since her last musical, much of Carolyn’s childhood was spent on stage singing and dancing with the Cargill Company of New York. Throughout high school and college she studied voice and dance, earned money delivering singing telegrams and played in a few bands. Today, she teaches drama and social studies to boys at the Fenn School in Concord, directing a handful of plays a year. Summers are spent in the saddle as a ranch hand in Montana, where she serenades an audience of 400 Black Angus cows for hours on end. Carolyn is ecstatic to be making her on stage debut with the Concord Players. She would like to thank her daughter Amalia for singing along, and husband Chris for his love and endless encouragement.