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Justin Caiazzo


Justin Caiazzo – Theater Director, MTC Conshohocken

Justin CaiazzoJustin Caiazzo graduated Summa Cum Laude from West Chester University’s Honors College, where he was involved in all aspects of theater.
Justin has performed in children’s theater productions such as “Seussical the Musical,” “A Year With Frog and Toad,” and West Chester University’s 24 Hour Theater project. While at West Chester, he was awarded Best Actor, Best Stage Manger, and Best Student Writer. He was also nominated for the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival Irene Ryan Award for Performance.
At age six, Justin began his acting career with the SPN Drama Club and continued to perform with Archbishop Carroll Theater Society (ACTS), North Light Players, and Methacton Community Theater. He has held a production position with Quince Productions in Philadelphia and is currently a performer with Without a Cue Productions in Bensalem.
Justin has directed and served as stage manager for benefits, one-acts, variety shows, and Mainstage productions, but one of the accomplishments he has found most rewarding was his direction of “Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory.”
Justin’s proudest achievement is co-founding of the First Annual West Chester’s Got Talent completion. This talent show benefits Acting Antics, a non-profit organization which uses theatre to teach social skills to people affected with Autism. The Honors Program at West Chester University focuses on community service and Justin truly enjoys applying these values to the arts.