· About Talitha ·
Beginning at 11 years old, Talitha McDougall Jones stepped into the professional world of Musical Theatre when she began working at Theatre Aspen in a summer repertory production of Annie. Since then, she has pursued her passion for performing by studying at the Manhattan School of Music (BM Musical Theatre '20). Regional Credits Include: Rock of Ages (Sherrie), Big Fish (Sandra), Carousel (Nettie), When Calls the Heart: The Musical (Elizabeth Thatcher), Beauty and the Beast (Babette), and Annie (Theatre Aspen).
Additionally, Ms. McDougall Jones has appeared with renowned artists such as Megan Hilty at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops and Essential Voices USA, as well as worked with highly acclaimed directors and choreographers such as Don Stephenson, David Loud, and Liza Gennaro. She had the pleasure of playing Fraulein Kost in a never before version of "Cabaret" that was revised and in collaboration with John Kander. She has also enjoyed getting to perform in various concert work such as That Certain Feeling: George Gershwin, and An American Songbook: Cole Porter. She is a vocal student of Samuel Mckelton (soprano), and is represented by Bobbie Merritt and The Entertainment Group.
In addition to being on stage, Talitha has worked as a proud educator & performer with Little Maestros NYC, helping to inspire and train the rising generation of musicians and performers. She runs her own NYC based portrait photography business, providing affordable headshots to up and coming actors and artists. Despite the abruption that COVID has had in the industry, Talitha continues to perform, audition, write her own material, and make her mark on the Musical Theatre scene.