Caryl Butterley


Caryl Butterley lived in New York City for over twenty years, working as an actor, director, and cabaret artist. Highlights include producing and directing Downtime, a weekly cabaret series; serving as artistic director on the symphonic recording of the musical Eagle Song; directing a concert performance of the new musical Fallen Angel at Bay Street Theatre, which featured legendary vocalist Phoebe Snow; and a season as the assistant production manager at the renowned Manhattan Theatre Club. Since moving to Jacksonville six years ago, Caryl has directed shows all over the city and as a founding member of The 5 & Dime, directed their inaugural production Fahrenheit 451.