The Sound of Music
at Northern Stage
Matt has just returned to NYC from Northern Stage in White River Junction VT. Matt was privileged to share the stage with Kerstin Anderson under the fresh direction of Maggie Burrows.This was his first Capt. Von Trapp and he looks forward to returning to the role in the future.
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
1st National Tour
Matt spent the better part of 2 years traveling the country with the 1st National Tour of Beautiful. His duties with the show included: Covering the Principle roles of Gerry Goffin and Don Kirshner as well as performing the ensemble as a Righteous Brother.
This is Matts 2nd National Tour ... can you guess what the first one was?... it's not on his resume..
On April 24th 2018 Matt made his Broadway Debut as the Role of Nick in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
He is currently the Low Male Swing:
His duties with the show include: Covering the Principle roles of Gerry Goffin and Don Kirshner as well as covering both Righteous Brothers.
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Goodspeed Opera House
Matt is proud to have played Jud Fry, one of his dream roles, in the Goodspeed Musicals 2017 Production of OKLAHOMA!
Casting announcement can be found here at Playbill.com
Guys And Dolls
Olney Theatre Center
Matt made his DC area debut at the Olney Theatre Center playing Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls.
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My Fair Lady
Matt is heading back to the MUNY in St. Louis! The wonderful folks at the MUNY are having Matt back to perform in My Fair Lady. Bringing his talents as a true Bass and accomliished part singer to the well over 10,000 seat theatre. Under the direction of Marc Bruni, musical direction by Ben Whiteley, and chorographed by Chris Bailey
Working, once again, with award winning director Rob Ruggiero! Matt Returns to close the MUNY season with Oklahoma! Matt will be playing various roles in the ensemble and doing his best to keep up with amazing dancers of the cast. Musical direction by Kevin Stites and choreographed by Ginger Thatcher