Stuart Moulton

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By Circus Warehouse February 20, 2015 20:13

stuart moulton

Stuart Moulton coaches professional flying trapeze at New York’s Circus Warehouse. He has worked for the High Flying Pages catching the great young flyer Anthony Pages, and has been both a catcher and flyer in numerous circus shows around the country. He worked as a flying trainer on The Greatest Showman film, and appeared most recently in the Alexis Gambis feature Son of Monarchs as Logan, the flying coach.

He is also the Producing Artistic Director of Austin Cabaret Theatre. He has performed with and produced Broadway & cabaret stars Carol Channing, Eartha Kitt, Ann Hampton Callaway, Charo, Steve Ross, Sam Harris, Jason Graae, Michael Holland, Karen Mack, Kitty Carlisle-Hart, Karen Akers, Julie Budd, Sandra ReAves, Klea Blackhurst, Amanda McBroom, Donna McKechnie, Tony DeSare, Faith Prince, Paige Davis, and Elaine Stritch (in her Tony Award winning Broadway show At Liberty), just to name-drop a few. Stuart was the Production Manager for Southern Arizona Civic Light Opera Company, Co-Producer for The Invisible Theatre in Tucson, Company Manager for Austin Musical Theatre, and co-founder of play! Theatre Group in Austin.

He ran the State of Arizona’s most successful children’s musical theatre program for four years, through Catalina Foothills Community Schools. An accomplished performer and director, Stuart has performed across the United States and abroad. Often as a broad. He has appeared in productions of Oklahoma! (Will Parker), Paint Your Wagon (Sandy), Phantom (Young Carriere/Etienne), Pageant (Miss West Coast), You Should Be So Lucky (Christopher), A Chorus Line (Bobby), Kindertransport (The Ratcatcher), three different productions of La Cage aux Folles (Hannah, Odette, Dermah), and numerous other shows. He has directed and/or choreographed productions of A…My Name is Still Alice, Oklahoma!, La Cage, Bye Bye Birdie, Good News, Forever Plaid, Cabaret, Archy & Mehitabel, Pageant, Peter Pan, as well as many revue and cabaret shows. He also finds time to develop new pieces for entertainers like Paige Davis of OWN’s Home Made Simple, and has written special material for many cabaret luminaries like Eartha Kitt and Carol Channing. His one-man shows, Whatever Happened to Tina Louise?, I Don’t Mean Rhinestones…A Tribute to Carol Channing, Life Upon the Wicked Stage, Just Go To The Movies, and From the Ridiculous to the Sublime have received critical raves.

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