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Craig Taggart

Craig Taggart was voted “Most Talented” and “Best Disposition” by his High School Senior Class of Nineteen Nevermind, and poetically, THIS band of Thespians is the most talented, the nicest, and the classiest he has ever been a part of. Casita Del Campo audiences will remember Craig from his starring roles in multiple installments of "Hollywood-uh, Could-uh, Should-uh!" and as The Divine Miss M. (Bette Midler) in "Rise ‘n Shine with Bette & Juliette." Taggart recently appeared in the world premieres of "Cruisin’," and "The Women of Woody," and favorite performances include: "Southern Baptist Sissies," "Sordid Lives: The Series," and "PAGEANT: A Musical Comedy Beauty Contest." A proud member of the Richard Lawson Studios, Craig feels right at home in class and is delighted at this chance to go back-to-school. He is thrilled to reunite with this amazing group of artists, and is immensely grateful to Julie and Kurt for this Homecoming.