Jordan Dickison was born in Utah into a family who loves the arts and encouraged him vocally and theatrically from a young age. He started performing as an extra in Disney Channel movies at the age of 13 and quickly transitioned to community theater and musicals in high school. He received an Associates of the Arts at Western Wyoming Community College and a Bachelors of Music, Dance and Theater at BYU. While attending BYU, he had the opportunity to be a member of the Young Ambassadors performing group. He was able to serve others and praise God as he toured the US and Scandinavia performing for everyone from royalty to children’s outreach and loved every minute of it! Out of college he performed in a couple of shows at Tuacahn Theater in St George, UT including Greece and the first regional performance of The Little Mermaid. He moved to Branson in 2013 were he was blessed to have performed at the Showboat Branson Belle. Jordan loves Branson and considers it his home. He loves running with his son Brigham and exploring the beauty of Branson. He would like to thank his amazing wife Sarah for her endless support. He is thrilled and humbled to have the opportunity to work with the incredible cast and crew of Clay Cooper’s Country Express, Hot Rods and High Heels, and #1 Hits of the 60’s!
Kaylee Riggins grew up in Mt. Zion, IL, with her parents and little brother. She moved to Branson in 2008 to perform at Silver Dollar City, and since, has been a part of multiple productions around town. Currently, you can see her in #1 Hits of the 60’s, Hot Rods & High Heels, and Clay Cooper’s Country Express, all at the Clay Cooper Theatre. Kaylee is thrilled and blessed to be a part of these productions the Clay Cooper Theatre has to offer. Kaylee also shares her love for the arts as a licensed cosmetologist and microblading artist at a local salon in Branson called Social & Mane. In her spare time, she loves to cuddle up with her four cats and three dogs with a good book.
Keaton Biddle was born and raised in Winfield, Kansas and started dancing at 8 years old. Throughout her teenage years, she found her love for singing as well as dancing. She pursued a college degree while still in high school, and graduated with an Associate of Arts from Cowley College in 2017. At 18 she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to attend the Theater Arts Preparatory school. After graduating she began working for theme parks such as Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio and Worlds Of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri. After multiple seasons with both companies, she had the opportunity to be a part of the Illumination Sensation show at the State Fair of Texas. In her free time she enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and family.
Jacob Deck is a performer/choreographer from Kennett, MO. He began singing and dancing at a very young age, and continued to pursue this passion throughout high school and college performing in numerous theatrical productions. Most recently, he has been seen in Shrek the Musical at The Welk Resort Theatre, and as a dancer in The Daniel O’Donnell Show. Jacob spends his free time directing and choreographing at The Historic Owens Theatre, choreographing for Forsyth High School’s Theatre Arts Department, and is an interim teacher at Dance Branson School of the Arts. He is so thankful to be performing along side so many wonderful professionals. “The only way to do great work, is to love what you do!”