. ClickCaitlin Muelder
Visual Artist /Actor / Writer / Director & Dialect Coach
With more than a decade of directing and coaching experience, Caitlin has helped hundreds of clients achieve their goals.
Her directing work includes full length plays, one person shows, web series, sketches, and showcases.
(Coaching & Directing resumes available upon request)
What Industry & Clients Have To Say:
There is no one like her, no one better. Caitlin is brilliant at everything she does.
-Ty Burrell, Actor, Producer, Emmy & SAG Award winner, Modern Family
Caitlin Muelder's wit and intelligence are readily available in her own acting work as well as her direction, writing, and coaching.
Her exuberant and fearless spirit is contagious.
-Melissa Pryor with David Rubin Casting
Some of the best dialect work in NYC.
- New York Magazine
Caitlin’s extensive knowledge and meticulous coaching style have helped me find the spirit of several characters I have portrayed.
-Hayden Szeto, Actor, The Edge of Seventeen, Chop Shop , The Unbidden
Caitlin is a superb dialect coach. She helps you navigate an accent while making the character’s voice feel like your own.
She helps you achieve that layer of realism which makes the character authentic and nuanced.
-Santiago Segura, Actor: MTV's SCREAM, 47 Meters Down
Caitlin is the only director who has been able to help me get past my chronic writer's block. She effortlessly gives structure to the creative process. Directing both of my one-woman shows, she was there from their inception, all the way to the curtain calls. She helped me write, produce, and perfect every little detail of both shows. She was as committed and passionate about my performances as I was.
Working with Caitlin gives me confidence in my work, in my art, and my voice, and that is priceless.
-Joy Rovaris, Actor, BET's Bobbi Kristina, My Mother's Daughter, New Orleans Fringe Festival
Caitlin Muelder is a coach I trust implicitly. She has a truly unique ability to tap into the truth in comedy--unlocking the potential behind every moment to make material specific, and marrying technique with real, creating emotionally driven storytelling. I would work with her on Shakespeare, drama, sitcoms -- anything! Her kindness and openness puts me in the spirit of "play," and her vast training and experience helps me "see" material in new ways. Caitlin's integrity and thoughtfulness have definitely made my acting better. I definitely feel much more confident going into auditions after working with her. Highly, HIGHLY recommended!
-Vivian Kerr, Actor, Castle, Grey's Anatomy, Masters of Sex, New Girl
Caitlin is a phenomenal actress, coach, and a phenomenal human being. Working with her has been was inspiring and exciting. She is articulate in her feedback and enthusiastic about your work, helping you appreciate the material while creating an environment that is easy to excel in. I credit her with setting me up with fundamental skills as an actress! She is a gift to actors and the acting profession!
- Hilary Cruz, Actor, Ford Model & Former Miss Teen USA, Freelancers, The Novak Murders
As a writer and a former talent agent, Caitlin Muelder is the exact type of acting coach I refer friends and clients to work with. Caitlin brings your potential and knows exactly how to get you to book the room. She understands the true nature of acting and storytelling.
-Tessa Lopez-Scott, Writer & Former Agent Trio Talent Agency
Caitlin has a passion that is so inspiring you can FEEL it. Whether we work for a two-hour coaching and writing session or you have a two minute brain storm with her, there really is no one better you can work with. I can speak for all the writers and producers of Dirty Talk, The Web Series, when I say our show would not be what it is today without her guidance! She helped us find our collective and individual “voices” and she was instrumental from the beginning of the project to its completion. She had our back the entire way.
- Brianna Edrina, Co-Creator of Dirty Talk, The Web Series.
Caitlin is passionate, kind, and extremely funny. She knows what she is talking about and will make you remember acting is FUN. She helps you find that little something extra that takes your performance to the next level.
-Monia Aiaychi, Director, Actress, Model: General Hospital, Days of Our Lives, Spy, Mademoiselle Emmanuelle
I had an amazing experience working with Caitlin on my play “THE CITY LIGHTS” for the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Under her keen direction, we received outstanding reviews. More than anything, Caitlin helped me navigate writing the play in thought-provoking ways. Caitlin is a creative and brilliant storyteller, and I have never felt more comfortable than I have when working with her as my director.
-Cassandra Shea, Actor, Writer, The City Lights, Girl be Like, BGBA Media Group LLC
With an unparalleled attention to detail, Caitlin truly is a jack of all trades. She shines in directing, writing, acting, and coaching. With her unique perspective she helps you find and create a performance than only YOU could give. She helps you stand out from the pack. Caitlin helps you do it all. .- Dayna Lobosco Actor & Comedienne: A Little Victory, Drink Ticket Improv, IO West, Mess Hall Teams, Trish, Aunt Tina and Deena Celebrate, UCB
Caitlin us honest and a joy to work with, Caitlin is a director and coach every actor or writer would benefit from working with.
- Jesse Cheever, Actor, Model, Chase Champion, Submerged, the Tonight Tonight Show
Top marks for dialect coach Caitlin Muelder for the cast's London-meets-Berlin accents in Cabaret at La Mirada Theater/ McCoy Rigby Entertainment.
As well as her work coaching the trio of Barton, Genya, and Silverman, giving their Russian-born-and-bred characters abundant gusto and convincing accents in Nicky at The Coegurage Theatare Company
-Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA
I had the pleasure to work with Caitlin on our production of “4.48 Psychosis” by Sarah Kane. The play is very demanding and I am so glad that Caitlin was our director. I can confidently say that the project was successful primarily because of Caitlin’s involvement. Caitlin is an exceptional director. She possesses encyclopedic knowledge of theatre; she can tackle any kind of material and bring her unique vision to it; she is very empathetic and she is incredibly inspiring.
And , my god, does she take care of her actors. “4.48 Psychosis” was very difficult for me emotionally and Caitlin was there for me every step of the way. She created a safe and trusting atmosphere that was so needed and it allowed me to fully explore the themes of the play without fear, because I knew that Caitlin was there to support me and all the actors involved. Because she built such trust and understanding with everyone involved in the project, I have witnessed every single person, including myself, growing and opening themselves up. She also did a brilliant job at bringing the text of “4.48 Psychosis” to life.
She transformed a play with no stage directions, definite characters, or setting to a breathtaking production that was clear to follow, entertaining and thought provoking. All of the audience members of our production have noted in their feedback how creative and ingenious the execution of the play was. I was constantly in awe during our rehearsals of Caitlin’s ability to come up with fantastic ideas on the spot and her flexibility and just endless creativity while staying true to the text and its idea.
And though she had a clear idea of how she wanted the play to go, she was always, always open to ideas and she created an ongoing dialogue with us, her actors. That is a quality that, I think, only truly great directors possess. Working with her genuinely felt like a collaboration, like equals putting their minds together and doing their best to do justice to the material. That’s rare. I love working with Caitlin. She makes me a better actor every time I have the chance to work with her and it is because of her infectious love for art. I can safely say that she is the best director I have ever worked with.
-Chezara Geuru, Actor: 4.48 Psychosis, Antigone, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Dear Theo, After Love