Krista Eyler is a well-established performer, musician, voice artist, and teaching artist in the Kansas City area who can throw a perfect spiral and a fastball straight down the middle. Krista was an on-air TV reporter for KMBC Channel 9 News (Kansas City, MO). She is also an area singer and actress in the KC Metro area and has appeared frequently on various stages. She created a business, Funky Mama Music, over a decade ago to promote original, creative, rock n' roll for families, and as "Funky Mama," was invited to sing at the White House for the 2007 Easter Egg Roll. Krista has created a catalog of CDs, and has written musicals and performance works for both secular and sacred settings. She is the composer and co-book writer for "Overture," a musical about the 1953 season of the Kansas City Philharmonic called "Overture." Krista is an accomplished vocalist, guitarist and pianist, and has been an educator for all ages from preschool to college. She is a mother to two busy teenaged boys.
Actress - Kansas City Actors Theatre; Chestnut Fine Arts Center; The Arts Asylum; Music Theatre Heritage; The Barn Players; Shawnee Mission The Theatre In the Park
On-Air TV Reporter -KMBC Channel 9 News (1998-2004)
Voice talent - Splash/Neptune Radio Networks (Texas); Regular Baptist Press; Billy Graham Center (for Wheaton College)
Professional singer (soprano); Broadcaster (TV and Radio); Can throw a perfect spiral; Can throw a fast ball and field baseballs and softballs; Basketball (dribbling, crossovers; layups; outside shooter);Martial arts (karate, jiu jitsu); Dialects (King's English, Cockney, Spanish; East Coast; Southern US; Northern US); Roller skating; Piano, guitar, cello; Tap dance (intermediate); Reads music