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An Evening of Broadway with Tom Hewitt and Edward Staudenmayer

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Name: An Evening of Broadway with Tom Hewitt and Edward Staudenmayer
Date: July 25, 2020
Time: 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
Event Description:
Tom's Broadway credits include Captain Newton in Amazing Grace, Komarovsky in Doctor Zhivago, Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar, Billy Flynn in Chicago, Dracula in Dracula; The Musical, Frank N Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (Tony, Drama Desk nominations) The Boys From Syracus, Scar in The Lion King, The Sisters Rosenzweig. National Tours: Finding Neverland, Urinetown, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Touring Broadway Award), Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby. Off Broadway: Another Medea, Treasure Island, Jeffery, Beau Jest (Outer Critics nomination), Richard III, Othello. Recent Regional Credits: Sweeney Todd (Provincetown Theatre), I Hate Hamlet (Bucks County), My Paris (Long Wharf), Irma Vep (BTG), Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (La Jolla Playhouse), Kiss Me, Kate (Reprise!, Muny), Private Lives, Travesties and My Paris (Long Wharf, CT Critics Circle Award), Compleat Female Stage Beauty (Old Globe), Zhivago and Dracula; The Musical (LaJolla Playhouse), Uncle Vanya (Arena Stage), Racing Demon and Blithe Spirit (Guthrie),Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare Theater). Performances throughout Japan, Europe, and the U.S. with the Suzuki Company of Toga. T.V. and Film: Law and Order, Third Watch, Frasier, All My Children, narration for The Discovery, History and National Geographic channels and Julie Taymors' Fools' Fire. Tom is a native of Montana and lives in Putnam County, New York. Edward Staudenmayer was playing Vlad Popov in National Tour of Anastasia when the theaters were forced to close due to the Pandemic. He spent nearly 4 years touring North America as Monsieur Andre in The New 25th Anniversary Production of The Phantom of the Opera. Recently he starred as Emile De Becque in South Pacific at the Guthrie Theater. He starred on Broadway as the White Rabbit in Wonderland and played opposite Martin Short for many performances in Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. He starred in Monthy Python's, Spamalot (Sir Galahad, et. al.) in Las Vegas at the Wynn Resort. Ed has had an over 25 year association with the Tony award winning, Forbidden Broadway taking him Off-Broadway, around the world, onto three cast recordings, a stint as director of the Tampa Production and most recently Guest Starred in Mr. Allessandrini's latest hit spoof Spamilton. He has toured with The Roundabout Theater Company's production of Anything Goes (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh, Helen Hayes Award Nomination), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston, National Theater Award Nomination), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat(Pharaoh), The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Santa), and The Scarlet Pimpernel; He later played the title role at the Starlight Theater and Performance Riverside in Southern California (ITL Award, LA Robbie Nominee.) He starred in the world premieres of Cy Coleman's Exactly Like You(Goodspeed and York Theaters), and The Great Ostrovsky (Prince Music Theater, Barrymore Nomination), Maury Yeston's In The Beginning (Maine State), I'll Be Seeing You (Kimmel Center), as the Villain in Disney's Hercules (New Amsterdam Theater,) Neil Sedaka's Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (Capitol Repertory Theater, The Actor's Playhouse, Miami, and The Ogunquit Playhouse), and The Old Globe's production of A Room With A View. Other credits include: 9 to 5 (Ogunquit and Gateway Playhouse's), Newsical (Studio 54), The Nutcracker and I (George Street Playhouse), On The Twentieth Century (American Musical Theater, of San Jose), Noises Off(Paper Mill and Cape Playhouse's), Bye Bye Birdie and 1776 (Sacramento CLO), Jane Eyre and Gigi (Paper Mill Playhouse,) Children of Eden (Performance Riverside), The Cabaret Girl (42nd St. Moon, Cast Recording), The Producer's (Seven Angeles), and many roles with the Music Theater of Wichita. Concerts with Town Hall's, Broadway By the Year, the Musicals of 1953, (Live Cast Recording), Musicals of the 70's and has had the pleasure of singing with the Baltimore, Syracuse, Bartlesville, and Adelaide, Australia Symphonies. Ed Also performed as Rum Tum Tugger/ Munkustrap in CatsHamburg, performed voices for MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch, and is currently Associate Director of Off Broadway's Sista's. He is a graduate of UCLA and a recipient of the Carol Burnett Award. AEA, SAG, AFTRA, AGVA member.
Location:
The Forestburgh Playhouse
Date/Time Information:
July 25, 2020 7:30pm
Contact Information:
The Forestburgh Playhouse Box Office 845-794-1194
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