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Caroline has always been inspired by the magic of Disney. She spent most of her childhood in her Pocahontas costume and her other Disney Princess outfits. Now, she is finally fulfilling her dream of being a Disney Princess! Caroline is a Sophomore Musical Theater student at Oklahoma City University. She has played the Sour Kangaroo in Seussical the Musical. More recently, she was in Sooner Theatre’s production of Catch Me If You Can. Caroline has a huge passion for singing and finds great joy in sharing this gift with kids. Originally from Plano, Texas, Caroline is the fourth of five kids. Some of her fondest memories growing up consisted of her siblings and younger cousins playing make believe. She loves spending time with her wonderful, entertaining, and supportive family. Caroline also loves the piano and has been playing since she was six. Working as a babysitter and a kids leader at her church for many years, she has always loved working and spending time with kids. Babysitting is her favorite job because she loves being imaginative with kids and entering the world the of endless possibilities. Caroline will never forget seeing and meeting the princesses at Disney World, especially Jasmine. She loves all of the Princesses’ stories and their message of bravery and kindness for children young and old.
Natalie Goodin is a graduate of Deer Creek High School and a musical theatre major at the University of Oklahoma. Natalie has been a part of numerous productions including Deer Creek High School’s Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet); Lyric Theatre’s Oklahoma!, Mary Poppins, and Billy Elliot (Apprentice/Ensemble); Lyric’s A Christmas Carol (Belinda Cratchit) and Oklahoma City Philharmonic’s A Christmas Show (Teen Dancer). She has been dancing with Dance Unlimited for 15 years and also works as an assistant and substitute teacher. She also volunteers at Pepper’s Ranch Foster Care Community and has been a VBS teacher for three years. She started taking dance at Dance Unlimited when she was three, later picking up voice and acting lessons in middle school. She is a six-year All-State choir member, class Valedictorian, and a Pom state champion. Natalie has one older sister who plays golf for Oklahoma City University. Besides performing, Natalie enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as attending concerts. Her dream is to move to New York City or Los Angeles to pursue a career in musical theatre or commercial music. Natalie has always dreamed of becoming a Disney princess since her first visit to Orlando at age 4, and she can’t wait to share her passion with others!