Caleb Damschroder

New York, NY, USA


Caleb Damschroder is an NYC based composer/lyricist and actor. His musical Molly Sweeney (adapted from the Brian Friel play of the same name) headlined the 2017 New Works Festival at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY, and the 2015 New Works Series at The Human Race Theatre of Dayton, Ohio. His americana-folk musical Devil's Kin took part in the PiTCH series at the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival in 2017 and was partially developed while he was a writer in residence at CAP21 in NYC. His musical The Commuters: or A Cautionary Tale About The Port Authority was voted audience favorite of the Riant Theatre's 2016 Strawberry One Act Festival. His arrangement of “Stille Nacht/Mi Zeh Hidlik” was sung by the broadway cast of Cabaret on BCEFA's Carols for a Cure Vol. 16. Caleb has participated in creating new song for the charity MuseMatch for both it's 1st and 8th cycle. He is a member of the Tony honored BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and The Dramatist Guild. As an actor, Caleb has recently appeared in Broadway's Cabaret at the famed Studio 54, and Paint Your Wagon at City Center Encores. He is a graduate of Otterbein College.