about tatum


Tatum Langley is a recent graduate of Ball State University's BFA Musical Theatre program, and is also an active jazz vocalist, arts & crafts extraordinaire, and plant mom all rolled into one spunky little body. She grew up in the wonderful western suburbs of Chicago, where she was a finalist in the Illinois High School Musical Theatre Awards in 2016 and 2017. Regionally, she was seen as a singer/dancer at Cedar Point in 2020 & 2021, and at Busch Gardens Williamsburg as a lead vocalist. She will be returning to Indiana to join Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts' production of Elf: The Musical this December. 

Among these accolades, Tatum also has a HUGE passion for jazz & cabaret performing. She was the Ball State Jazz Ensemble's primary vocalist, and has performed at "The Cabaret" in Indianapolis numerous times, including opening Caissie Levy, and performing and arranging work as a part of her BFA class' senior capstone cabaret, Be Our Guest: A Live-Streamed Disney Cabaret.

Outside of performing work, Tatum enjoys baking, every arts & crafts project she can get her hands on, rollerblading in the sunshine, keeping all her houseplants alive, exploring new zero-waste/sustainable alternatives, and playing Rummikub with her family, whom she loves more than anything in the world. 

Stay posted to her social media for updates on upcoming performances, concerts, and all the antics she's up to!