Tori Sicklick always knew she wanted to perform on stage. As the youngest of three girls, growing up in the small town of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, she knew she had to make her mark somehow. And singing and dancing scratched that itch and fueled her passion to be under the bright lights of a stage, sharing what she loves with as many people as possible! Growing up taking ballet classes, Tori knew she wanted to sing, along with dancing. After seeing the Broadway revival of 42nd Street at the tender age of six, Tori knew she wanted to be just like those chorus girls and that she was bound for musical theatre.
Tori attended Bergen County Academies in Hackensack, NJ for high school, studying hard to understand more about what musical theatre could be as a career. She received a Rising Star Award from Paper Mill Playhouse during her senior year for her work as Dance Captain on BCA's production of Brigadoon.
She continued her education at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT, leaving the lights of Broadway back home, always with the goal of returning back to them. Throughout her four years at school, Tori deepened her love for musical theatre, while also rediscovering her love of playwriting and taking as many classes as possible in different sects of the Theatre Program and outside of her major. She worked closely with Program Head, Denny Berry (Associate Choreographer for The Phantom of the Opera) on many productions as her assistant choreographer/dance captain, as well as traveling alongside Denny to Oberhausen, Germany, where Denny mounted a new production of Phantom in Fall 2015. Tori graduated in May 2017 and moved to NYC!
Alongside all of this, Tori has kept up an active personal YouTube channel since 2008 (http://youtube.com/tss6295). She loves video editing and creating content for her channel because it fuels her creative and artistic side in a totally fresh way when not working on a theatrical production.