Kyle is the Founder and Artistic Director of The Cabaret Project. Hailing from Odebolt Iowa, this country boy found his voice and his home in the cabarets of Chicago. From the early days of Voltaire, Kyle knew this was the life for him, and thus The Cabaret Project was born. In addition to running the troupe as well as performing, he is part owner in The Monocle in St. Louis and serves as the entertainment director. Originally performing on cruise ships, he is a graduate of Luther College with a degree in Opera. Now living in the cabaret world, Kyle performs in a myriad of venues, and was lucky enough to be cast in a Super Bowl commercial alongside Jennifer Hudson. He is a founding member of Feathered Beaus.
Olin is a Chicago based singer/actor and founding company member of The Cabaret Project. With a Theatre Arts degree from Appalachian State University, Olin has been performing in Chicago since 2008. Favorite credits include Action (West Side Story), Danny Zuko (Grease) and with The Cabaret Project, 'CT-Hey' and 'Porter to Paris'. As an actor, Olin has been seen in Scrooge & Marley (2012), Crisis (2014), Divergent (2014) and Chicago PD (2015). He has also worked on numerous commercial projects and new musical readings. He is a founding member of Feathered Beaus. Outside of the arts, Olin has been a Real Estate Broker with @properties, assisting buyers and sellers in Chicago for the past 11 years. Visit www.olineargle.com
It's been 12 LONG years, and he can still smell the fresh makeup. The feathered boas had never been used. The tube-tops had never been sweat in. After receiving his BFA in Acting, he moved to Chicago (literally the next day) and never looked back. Over these years as a senior member of The Cabaret Project he have performed, costumed, staged, produced, begged, borrowed AND stolen a stuffed goose. He is a founding member of Feathered Beaus. Thanks to the Beaus, I have been able to hone my professional craft, as well as create an awesome family. Thank you to the entire cabaret family - you mean more to me than words can express.