About Cherilyn Bacon Eagar, Continued
…Cherilyn’s research cites the CMV financial disclosure showing both rich RINO’s and devious Democrats that are behind the attempted demise of the Republican Party’s First Amendment right to its brand and to define its membership and platform. She showed that there is little difference between the legislature’s supposed “compromise” SB 54 and the original 26-page CMV legal brief written by DC lobbyists threatening the Utah Republican Party. They not only work for the Democratic National Committee, they also created Steven Colbert’s satirical SuperPAC to mock 2012 Republican candidates, including Mitt Romney.
Cherilyn is also a professional actor-singer that has performed leading and supporting roles Off-Off Broadway, in national tours, regional and local theatre. She was first seen in Utah in 1975 as Julie in Saturday’s Warrior at South High School (now the Grand Theatre), played Stepmother in the Hale Centre Theatre’s Into The Woods and Velma in the Ziegfeld Theatre production of Hairspray. She was the producer-director of the “On Broadway Musical Theatre Workshop” at Circle in the Square Theatre, which Backstage rated the best in New York City along with NYU’s CAP 21 program.
Cherilyn has taught at the prestigious Orange County School of the Arts – a charter conservatory in Southern California where she was featured in Sean Hannity’s book Let Freedom Ring for her courageous defense of religious liberty post-9.11. She was also on the faculty of Brigham Young University’s Music Dance Theatre department, receiving highest student ratings at both schools.
Cherilyn is a marketing director for the Cottonwood Place Senior Living community in Holladay and owns a private studio for voice, song interpretation studio and audition technique.
Cherilyn is married to Randy Eagar, REALTOR® – Berkshire Hathaway; past-president National Association of REALTORS® – CRS; past-president Salt Lake Board of REALTORS®; REALTOR® and Educator of the Year; and board member, Utah Association of REALTORS®. Together they are parents of seven children and seventeen grandchildren, the reason Cherilyn is actively engaged in public policy.