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Throw your cares away for the night and join us at Cafe Carly‘s Night at Hey Nonny. Hey Nonny’s first sell-out was our first Café Carly cabaret show — featuring Chicago’s most talented young musical theater performers, wrangled into a uniquely themed show by hometown girl (and former NYC cabaret performer) Carly Stocking. Every Café Carly presents different songs, performers, and jokes, but every one is a polished, high-energy songfest for delighted crowds.
Carly Stocking is an Arlington Heights native and received her BFA in Acting from Illinois Wesleyan University. She has performed across the US, spending five years in New York City producing, directing, and performing in cabarets. She recently became co-owner of the Arlington Heights-based children’s theatre company Setting the Stage.
Emily Goldberg is a Chicago-based singer/actor, pun master, & animal lover. She is PUMPED to Nonny it UP! Chicago credits include Emma, Nell Gwynn (Chicago Shakespeare Theater), IntoThe Woods (Writers Theatre), A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder [Jeff Nom- Supporting], City of Angels- New Faces Sing Broadway (Porchlight Music Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Paramount Theatre), The Spitfire Grill [Jeff Nom- Supporting] (Refuge Theatre), Dogfight [Jeff Nom- Leading, Broadway World Nom- Best Actress], A Little Night Music, Marie Christine (Boho Theatre), Loving Repeating [Jeff Nom- Supporting] (Kokandy Productions), Amour [Broadway World Nom- Best Actress] (Black Button Eyes Productions), Schoolhouse Rock Live (Broadway Playhouse), Charlotte’s Web (Drury Lane Theatre), The Nutcracker (Marriott Theatre), Guys & Dolls (Williams Street Repertory), Oliver (Music Theatre Works), & One Came Home (Lifeline Theatre). Regional: Into The Woods w/ Rachel York (Reagle Music Theatre). Emily is a proud alum of Boston Conservatory and is represented by Big Mouth Talent. www.emilygoldbergchicago.com
Adam Hill is a Chicago-based singer/actor and is thrilled to be singing at Hey Nonny! National Tours: The Sound of Music (dir. Jack O’Brien). NYC Readings/Concerts: On the Air (dir. Hunter Foster); The Music of Steve Marzullo (dir. Judy Blazer) at Symphony Space; Broadway’s Future at Lincoln Center. Regional: Guys and Dolls (Sky Masterson) w/ Williams Street Rep, The Fantasticks (Matt) w/ Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh; Grease (Teen Angel) w/ Summer Theatre of New Canaan. Carnegie Mellon University, BFA Voice Performance. Thank you to Carly and the Hey Nonny team for this opportunity! www.adamhill.net
Neil Stratman (he/him/his) lived life to the fullest in the 90’s. Whether he was destroying a Chuck E. Cheese in a Chicago Bulls windbreaker, tearing up the roller rink to look cool, or screaming his heart out with the Backstreet Boys over a girl he had never met, the 90’s were what shaped the weirdo that you all have to listen to today. His favorite Chicago credits are all the times he has performed here, so he can win favor with whomever is reading this. Stalk him at neilstratman.com and @neilio77 on insta.
Maggie Dewar is a dynamic vocalist who grew up right here in Prospect Heights. Performing since the young age of 8, Maggie has graced stages all over the world. At 16, she was the youngest competitor on Fox’s Chicago Idol and was declared the overall winner of the competition. With an early start to her performance career, Maggie has spent many years singing for thousands of people around the world and would love to share some more musical moments with you! Performing on stages from Six Flags Great America, and Lincoln Center in NYC, to Cruise Ships in Antarctica with Sir Tim Rice, Maggie is always ready for any performance adventure!
Amanda Walsh hails from the suburbs, but currently resides in Chicago. She holds a degree in Music Education from Illinois State University. Favorite musical theatre roles include Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Lady of the Lake (Spamalot), and Nancy (Oliver!). By day, Amanda is a Chicago Public Schools Pre-K teacher, where she sings at her kids all the time and ties a lot of shoes.