Caleb Dicke

Look ma,

 

I'm Dancin!

Caleb was born and raised on a small dairy farm in Xenia, Ohio. His mom knew he was a performer after he could be found singing and dancing to Fiddler on the Roof and Grease in the living room. He started taking dance lessons and performed as a child actor in the outdoor drama: Blue Jacket. His senior year, he was accepted as a dance performance major to the Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management at Oklahoma City University, where he would graduate magna cum laude. 

 

While at OCU, Caleb was a featured dancer of the American Spirit Dance Company, Company Deputy, and dance captain. He also performed in Oklahoma Opera and Music Theatre Company's productions of The Wedding Singer and Legally Blonde.

During his college summers, he performed as the swing for Busch Gardens theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia and spent three summers at the prestigious Music Theatre Wichita with supporting roles in the resident ensemble.

Caleb made the big move to New York City in the fall of 2014 to continue his career dreams. He has performed regionally across America, as well as, Off-Broadway, TV, and film. When not performing, Caleb interviews other industry professionals alongside his co-host, Elliott Mattox, on the podcast EQUITY ONE: BROADWAY'S HAPPY HOUR which is available on The Broadway Podcast Network, as well as, iTunes, Spotify, and Soundcloud. 

Caleb is a dance competition adjudicator with Impact Dance Adjudicators working regionally and nationally providing quality feedback and critiques to young dancers, as well as, teaching master classes and choreographing. 

 

Alongside his partner, Cole Burden, Caleb runs a home solutions company called SimplifyNYC. Through intense study of the arts, Caleb and Cole gained greater perspective on how to tell a clear narrative, how best to determine focus and articulate goals. They think of your life and your home similarly. Too much clutter obscures clarity.  Their goal is to better your quality of life by ridding it of negative, cluttered space and creating a clear, safe space outside the hustle and bustle of NYC.

 Caleb is grateful for the endless support from his family, friends, and education mentors who have shaped him into the man he is today.