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Zorba, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Published: Thu, 04 Jun 2015 17:58:23 +0000

Shortly after finishing Cabaret on Broadway, Evan began rehearsals for the New York City Center Encores! production of Zorba, directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by Josh Rhodes. The show featured a tremendous cast, including John Turturro, Marin Mazzie, Santino Fontana, Zoe Wanamaker, Elizabeth A. Davis, Adam Chanler-Berat, Carlos Valdes, and Robert Cuccioli. Performing another gorgeous Kander & Ebb score, this time with a 30-piece orchestra under the expert baton of Rob Berman, was an absolute thrill. Check out these Broadway World video highlights, as well as some lovely interviews with the cast and creative team.

Up next, Evan will return to his beloved Barnstormers Theatre, taking on the role of Spike in Christopher Durang's Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Hilarious, heartwarming, and bitingly witty, this play took the 2013 Tony Awards by storm and will no doubt be a rollicking good time for actor and audience member alike.

Happy Summer, everyone!

Emma Stone, Theatre Buff, Dr. Oz, Broadway Cares, Sienna Miller, and more!

Published: Tue, 31 Mar 2015 19:57:03 +0000

Cabaret has continued to be an absolutely surreal experience. Some highlights below:

1. Emma Stone succeeded Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles on November 11, and graced Studio 54 with her energy, kindness, and breathtaking performances through February 15. Check out Ben Brantley's rave review in the New York Times.

2. Evan was named The Broadway Blog's Theatre Buff for the month of November. Please follow the link for a fun interview and some semi-scandalous pictures.

3. On November 14, Alan Cumming and the Kit Kat Boys appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to surprise an inspiring young woman named Claire Wineland with tickets to Cabaret. Claire is currently battling cystic fibrosis, and has been a tremendous source of optimism, energy, and strength for people around the world. Check out the segment to watch Claire's priceless reaction, and please visit Claire's Place Foundation to learn more about her remarkable story and to help support her efforts.

4. The Kit Kat Club continued to be flooded with an extraordinary collection of notable audience members. Favorites included Liam Neeson, Jennifer Lawrence, Helen Mirren, Jessica Lange, Jon Bon Jovi, and none other than Sir Paul McCartney himself!

5. Cabaret has been a tremendous supporter of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, raising almost $500,000 through online auctions, merchandise sales, and post-show collections. As always, it is an incredible honor to help support such a worthy cause.

6. Also in support of BC/EFA, the cast of Cabaret recorded a track for Carols for a Cure, a collection of holiday songs performed by the casts of various Broadway shows. Cabaret performed a gorgeous arrangement, penned by our very own Caleb Damschroder, that intricately interwove "Silent Night" in German with the Chanukah song "Mi Zeh Hidlik" in Hebrew.

7. In February, the stunning Sienna Miller joined the cast as Sally Bowles. Fresh off of roles in not one, but two, Academy Award-nominated films (American Sniper and Foxcatcher), Sienna took the Kit Kat Club by storm with her fiery performance. Ben Brantley raved once again in the New York Times, and audiences were treated to yet another brilliant interpretation of one of the greatest roles in musical theatre history.

And now, after running for nearly a year, grossing over $40 million, and bringing this haunting, challenging, and devastatingly relevant story to nearly half a million people, Cabaret has come to an end. Words could never even begin to describe this all-consuming, mind blowing, and life-changing experience. As Sally Bowles would succinctly put it, "It was a fine affair, but now it's over."

Stay tuned for updates and upcoming projects!

Opening Night, Great Reviews, Celebrity Guests, Hot List, TONY Awards, and more!

Published: Tue, 24 Jun 2014 06:30:36 +0000

So much excitement on the Cabaret front that there has been no time for a website update!

Opening night was absolutely exhilarating, and two of the show's original creators--composer John Kander and book writer Joe Masteroff--joined Sam Mendes, Rob Marshall, and the entire cast on stage for the curtain call. Check out the Playbill article and photo gallery, as well as the Broadway World article and photo gallery, for that historic image as well as many others. The show opened to stellar reviews, many of which praised the Kit Kat orchestra/ensemble under the expert baton of Patrick Vaccariello. Check out Broadway World's Review Roundup for links and summaries of 20+ reviews.

The Kit Kat Boys have also been getting lots of great press, including a fantastic two-page spread in Out Magazine as part of its Hot List 2014. Check out the online version for some sexy photos and a nice article.

There has been a veritable parade of celebrities in the audience at Studio 54, including Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johanssen, Johnny Depp, Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Jake Gyllenhaal, Matthew Morrison, Jane Krakowski, and countless others. What a thrill to welcome such extraordinary actors to the Kit Kat Club!

The 68th Annual Tony Awards was thrilling and extraordinary and totally surreal, and Evan performed Wilkommen alongside his Kit Kat Club compatriots and the incomparable Alan Cumming. Here is the video of Cabaret's performance:

And finally, tune in to The Today Show this Thursday, June 26, at around 8:50am EST. The cast will once again be performing live on national television. Should be a blast!

Happy Summer, everyone!

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Roundabout's Spring Gala, and Sold-Out Previews!

Published: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 18:27:32 +0000

Lots of excitement on the Cabaret front!

On Thursday April 10, Alan Cumming and the Kit Kat Club ensemble performed "Wilkommen" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon! As this great article in Variety indicates, Cabaret is the first Broadway show ever to perform on Fallon's Tonight. The taping was a joy from start to finish, and the outpouring of support from family and friends has been incredible. Check out the video on

In March, the Kit Kat boys and girls performed an excerpt from the Entr'acte during Roundabout's spring gala at the Hammerstein Ballroom. Attendees included Sam Mendes, Liam Neeson, Helen Mirren, Cynthia Nixon, Bernadette Peters, Sutton Foster, and many others. A photo of Evan performing an alto sax solo appeared on; the photo can be found here, alongside some great pictures of the various celebrity attendees. There was also a press line and red carpet photos, and Evan was lucky enough to be photographed alongside some of his tremendously talented cast mates. The photo can be found on Roundabout Theatre's Instagram page.

At present, the show is entering its fourth full week of previews, and has played to tremendously responsive, sold-out houses. Here is a great Playbill article that features a number of production shots from the show.

And at long last, Spring has sprung! Enjoy the beautiful weather and colorful flowers, everyone!

Broadway's Hottest Chorus Boys

Published: Wed, 12 Mar 2014 04:55:50 +0000

A few weeks ago, Evan was featured by Time Out New York as one of the ten hottest chorus boys opening in Broadway musicals this spring. Also featured were several of his castmates from Cabaret: Caleb Damschroder, Ben Eakeley, Kristin Olness, and Jane Pfitsch. If you're interested, you can check out the feature here: Time Out NY: Broadway's Hottest Chorus Boys.

Happy Almost Spring, everyone!

Broadway debut in Cabaret!!!

Published: Mon, 09 Dec 2013 21:13:56 +0000

This spring, Evan will make his Broadway debut as Hans in Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Cabaret at Studio 54!

The production stars Tony Award winner Alan Cumming and three-time Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams, and will be co-directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall) and Academy Award nominee Rob Marshall (Chicago and Nine, the films).

If you're so inclined, check out the Playbill article, as well as some great photos on Broadway World!

Previews begin on March 21, and opening night is April 24. You can get tickets on Roundabout's website, and can also check out the cast bios and headshots.

Should be a blast! Hope to see you all at Studio 54 in the spring!

Entering the Twitter-verse

Published: Sun, 08 Dec 2013 08:04:07 +0000

You can now follow Evan on Twitter! Here is the link: Evan's up-and-coming Twitter page. It will take some time to get this new platform up and running, but it was high time to join the 21st century!

Stay warm, everyone!

Monty, Guest, Burning Up, Teatro

Published: Fri, 30 Aug 2013 05:28:27 +0000

What a busy summer! After finishing up Hairspray in Jackson and Meeting Mr. Right in NYC, Evan played Keno in The Full Monty at Barnstormers, traveled to beautiful Lake Geneva to sing a fantastic performance with Teatro, and then returned to Barnstormers to play Maj. Julian Farrar in Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest. It was an exciting few months: the shows were successful, the work was varied and enriching, and Evan's fellow performers were a wonderful collection of brilliantly talented friends new and old.

Up next, Evan will play Brad (the "hunky handyman") in Burning Up, a short musical film by Pamela Grayson and Rick Bassett, directed by Mark Lichtenstein and produced by Zoe Samuel.

Teatro also has some exciting upcoming performances. Stay tuned!

Have a wonderful end-of-summer, everyone!

More spring updates

Published: Mon, 08 Jul 2013 18:47:06 +0000

Lots more spring updates!

1. On June 20th, Evan performed in the Ken Davenport Ten-Minute Play Contest. Evan played Douglas Wright (or "Mr. Right") in "Meeting Mr. Right". The piece was written by Broadway veteran Stephan Deghelder and directed by Broadway veteran Dennis Grimaldi, and the performance was attended by a wide array of heavy-hitting industry professionals.

2. On July 27, Teatro will perform at the beautiful Music by the Lake in Williams Bay, Wisconsin. The show will feature new music direction by the brilliant David Pearl, sparkling new band arrangements by our Zimbabwean friend Roz Whaley, and a stunning new lighting design by Jamie Roderick.

3. Steal a Pencil for Me was a tremendous success! What an honor to perform alongside such extraordinary musicians, and to pay homage to such a heart-wrenching and inspiring story.

4. Hairspray at New Stage was a blast. The show's original run was COMPLETELY sold out, so it was extended. Then the extension sold out completely too! Jackson has such a wonderfully supportive artistic community, and it is a joy to be a part of it.

5. You can now check out Stocks and Bods, which generated enormous web traffic and even stirred up some controversy: Stocks and Bods.

"Dream" reviews, opera premiere, Yahoo! Daily Shot, Hairspray, The Unexpected Guest, and Full Monty!

Published: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 02:48:05 +0000

Lots of Spring updates!

1. Life Could Be a Dream at the Ivoryton Playhouse was a huge success! Don Church and Tony Schillachi of raved "When Skip the hunky car mechanic arrives on the scene and joins the singing group the show really takes off. Evan D. Siegel has a stage presence and a voice that immediately lifts the something special. His ‘Sunday Kind Of Love’ is a hauntingly beautiful ballad put across with great longing, and ‘Unchained Melody’ sung with Lois gives his character a depth of feeling not evident from Skip’s rough outward demeanor." Another viewer wrote about "...Skip, a magnetizing Evan Siegel..." Thanks to a wonderful cast, crew, and creative team!

2. On April 15, Evan begins rehearsals for the world premiere of a new opera entitled Steal a Pencil for Me, by composer Gerald Cohen and librettist Deborah Brevoort. The opera will be spearheaded by a tremendous creative team from the New York City Opera, including director Beth Greenberg and conductor Ari Pelto, as well as an incredible collection of celebrated vocalists. Check out the article on Broadway World. Performances are on April 28 and April 30.

3. On April 19, Evan will film a special comedic segment for Yahoo! Daily Shot with Ali Wentworth entitled "Stocks and Bods". Evan will play "Mr. Mutual Funds", a shirtless personification of a type of investment popular among women. Should be fun!

4. On May 7, Evan will begin rehearsals at the wonderful New Stage Theatre, where he was recently seen in The Great Gatsby. This time, Evan will portray Corny Collins in Hairspray!

5. This summer, Evan will return to the Barnstormers Theatre for the fifth wonderful year! Evan will play Buddy "Keno" Walsh in The Full Monty, and will also portray Maj. Julian Farrar in the Agatha Christie murder mystery The Unexpected Guest. The next few months are shaping up to be busy indeed!

Happy Spring, everyone!

Life Could Be a Dream at the Ivoryton Playhouse!

Published: Fri, 22 Feb 2013 18:58:17 +0000

Up next, Evan will appear in Life Could Be a Dream at the Ivoryton Playhouse in Ivoryton, Connecticut. Written by Roger Bean, creator of The Marvelous Wonderettes, Life Could Be a Dream is a '60s doo-wop musical that follows the Crooning Crabcakes, a boy band with dreams of making it big. The show features such favorites as "Fools Fall in Love", "Runaround Sue", "Unchained Melody", "Earth Angel", and many others! Evan will play the role of Skip, "the heartthrob – attractive in a sexy, manly, blue-collar way...the new guy from the wrong side of the tracks." Should be a blast!

The Great Gatsby at New Stage Theatre

Published: Tue, 02 Oct 2012 05:01:30 +0000

Up next, Evan will appear in The Great Gatsby at New Stage Theatre in Jackson, MS. The play, a dramatic adaptation of the classic novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is "a Fable--of America, of the Jazz Age, of enchantment and illusions, of a world where love and dreams are pursued and betrayed." Evan will be portraying Tom Buchanan, a "great, big, hulking physical specimen of a man". Extravagantly wealthy, racist, physically abusive, and a former Yale football star, Tom Buchanan will no doubt present Evan with some fascinating challenges.

Happy Fall, everyone!

Concert with J. Mark McVey, Witness, and War Dead

Published: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 22:30:01 +0000

A few weeks ago, Evan had the enormous honor of performing at the Ridgewood Bandshell with his teacher and mentor J. Mark McVey! Also featured in the performance were Ciaran Sheehan (Phantom in Phantom of the Opera), Christy Tarr-McVey (Emma/Jane in Jekyll and Hyde, Beth McVey (Carla in Nine), and MANY others. It was an absolute joy for Evan to spend time with and perform with people whom he admires so deeply.

In other news, Witness for the Prosecution at the Barnstormers Theatre was a wonderful success! The Agatha Christie whodunit kept audiences guessing until the enormous final twist: Evan's sympathetic and downtrodden character was revealed to be the murderous villain, and then was killed in a fit of passion by his devoted wife. It was an absolute blast from start to finish.

Up next, Evan will head to upstate New York to film a short film entitled War Dead, written by Zoe Samuel (Jihad: the Musical on London's West End). Details are not public at the moment, but suffice it to say that he will be playing an elite Navy SEAL commando. Quite a change from the sophisticated 1950s sociopath he just finished playing. Never a dull moment!

Happy Summer, everyone!

Dream a Little Dream and Broadway Bares XXII

Published: Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:56:27 +0000

Dream a Little Dream: The Nearly True Story of the Mamas and the Papas at the Phoenix Theatre was an enormous success! The cast was incredible, the box office sales broke records, and the reviews were absolutely stellar. David Appleford of 99.9 KEZ, for example, wrote that "Evan Siegel gets the tone of Denny Doherty so right you fall into the trap of occasionally thinking you’re seeing the real thing. His characteristic head tossing while performing is perfect...With Dream a Little Dream, I couldn't wait to leap to my feet." Downtown Devil wrote that the show was "simply mesmerizing", and the Arizona Republic raved that the "trademark harmonies soar all the way through the encore." Plus, Owen Elliot (Cass's daughter), Emberly Doherty (Denny's daughter), and Michelle Phillips herself paid a surprise visit to one of the performances!!!

Up next, Evan will portray a progressively-more-scantily-clad prince in Broadway Bares XXII: Happy Endings at the Roseland Ballroom in NYC! If you are so inclined, please visit Evan's Fundraising Page and help support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. It is a truly wonderful cause.

Happy beginning of Summer, everyone!

Witness for the Prosecution at Barnstormers!

Published: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 18:45:02 +0000

After returning from Phoenix, Evan will head to the beautiful Barnstormers Theatre to play Leonard Vole in Agatha Christie's courtroom drama Witness for the Prosection! Vole is put on trial for the sensational murder of a wealthy older widow, and the plot and characters twist and turn right up until the dizzying finale. The role was immortalized by famous leading man Tyrone Power in the 1957 film adaptation, and then again by Beau Bridges in the 1982 film adaptation. Playing a sophisticated British defendant in the early 1900s will be a radical departure from portraying a 1960s sex, drugs, and rock & roll icon in Dream a Little Dream; should be a blast!

Dream a Little Dream at the Phoenix Theatre

Published: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 03:45:41 +0000

Beginning in April, Evan will play the role of lead singer Denny Doherty in Dream a Little Dream: The True Story of The Mamas and The Papas at the beautiful Phoenix Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona! The show "follows the tumultuous career of the famed Rock n' Roll group told through the eyes of Denny Doherty...They embodied the late 60’s and were the essence of sex, drugs and Rock n' Roll. Too much, too fast, too soon." The show premiered at the Phoenix Theatre in 2007, and it is returning by popular demand; opening night is more than two months away, and already, many of the performances are nearly sold out! Songs include "California Dreamin'", "Monday, Monday", "Dedicated to the One I Love", "I Saw Her Again Last Night", and many more. Should be a blast!

Happy New Year!

Published: Wed, 04 Jan 2012 08:06:34 +0000

Evan hit the ground running upon returning to the USA! First, Gold in the Hills at the Barnstormers Theatre was an absolute blast! Evan shared the stage with some extraordinary veterans of stage and screen, and as the hero in the melodrama, ran the gamut from singing several lovely ballads to smashing a window with a chair, brandishing a gun at a gang of ruffians, and choking a mustachioed villain. Melodramas are too much fun for words.

Evan then returned to New York City, but not for long! He hit the road again, this time singing several private concerts with Teatro in Virginia, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt. It was truly a joy to make music with such magnificent performers.

Evan then returned to the New England Theatre Conference convention, where he adjudicated the Olympiad and taught a musical theatre performance masterclass to high school performers. As always, it was refreshing to see such unbridled enthusiasm bursting from these young students! Evan also sang a tribute to Jason Robert Brown, who was the guest of honor. Performing "Someone to Fall Back On", notoriously one of JRB's favorite songs, for Jason, as well as for Christian Borle and several other theatre luminaries, was quite an adventure.

Stay warm, everyone!!!

Zimbabwe, Silver Wind, and Gold in the Hills

Published: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 05:21:25 +0000

After nearly a year of dashing from one overlapping job to another--from New Hampshire to Florida to Zimbabwe to Rome to countless exotic cities throughout Europe, Arabia, India, and Africa--Evan is finally back in New York.

While in Zimbabwe to help fundraise for Kidzcan this past fall, Evan and the other members of Teatro gave masterclasses, visited impoverished child cancer patients in the hospital, interacted with some of the incredible people who dedicate their lives to helping these children and their families, and in two concerts raised over $50,000. The selflessness and dedication of those involved with Kidzcan was absolutely extraordinary. Please visit for more information, and to learn how you can contribute to this amazing cause.

After an epic journey back to the USA (via Harare, Johannesburg, Cairo, NYC, and Fort Lauderdale), Evan dove back into rehearsals with Jean Ann Ryan Productions. After a flurry of rehearsals, the cast flew to Rome, boarded the Silver Wind, and embarked on the adventure of a lifetime. A few highlights included: dune bashing in Abu Dhabi, indoor skiing at the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai, going on safari in Mombasa (Kenya) and Hluwluze (South Africa), having brunch at the Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai, hiking Table Mountain in Cape Town, visiting Ephesus, Petra, Jerusalem, the Pyramids, Luxor, and Valley of the Kings, feeding lemurs in Madagascar, and going sherry tasting and attending the Royal Dancing Horses of Andalucia in Cadiz. Pretty amazing!

Up next, Evan will return to the Barnstormers Theatre to perform in Gold in the Hills by J. Frank Davis. A 1929 straight play in the form of an 1890s melodrama, this next show will be a radical departure from the Beatles/Elton John/Ricky Martin/Frank Sinatra/Michael Bublé repertoire on the Silver Wind! Evan will portray the hero John Dalton, a "son of the soil...honest--generous--noble--brave." Should be a blast!

On another note, the link to the All Shook Up review in the previous update has malfunctioned. This has now been fixed, so now you can check out our review and publicity shot atop a rockin' Harley.

Happy Spring, everyone!

Luxury Cruise, and concerts with Teatro!

Published: Sun, 12 Sep 2010 05:23:08 +0000

On September 21, Evan will travel to Zimbabwe via London and South Africa to perform as a sub with Teatro! This four-man vocal group is composed primarily of leading men from London's West End, has a #1 album in South Africa, and has sold over a million albums worldwide. The concerts will benefit Kidzcan Zimbabwe, an organization committed to improving the lives of children suffering from cancer. Check out Teatro's performance for the Queen of England on the Royal Variety Show.

Evan will then head to Rome, Italy to perform for six months as the lead male vocalist on the Silver Wind, an ultra-luxury cruise ship. Destinations include Athens, Corsica, Istanbul, Egypt, Dubai, Bombay, Sri Lanka, Mombasa, Zanzibar, Mauritius, Madagascar, South Africa, the Canary Islands, Casablanca, and MANY others. Should be quite an adventure!

In other news, both A Funny Thing...Forum and All Shook Up were great successes! Check out some production photos in the Media section of this site, as well as a review of All Shook Up and a publicity photo atop a pretty sweet Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

Happy Fall, everyone!

Yankee Stadium with J. Mark McVey!

Published: Mon, 31 May 2010 23:21:40 +0000

Last week, Evan had the thrilling opportunity to travel to Yankee Stadium with his teacher J. Mark McVey (most famous for his extraordinary portrayal of Valjean in Les Miserables on Broadway), and along with several NYC singers and a singer from Chicago, perform a rock song for thousands of people on a giant stage built over second base. The performance was part of a corporate awards ceremony, which also included NYPD's 50-person bagpipe and drum corps and a mind-blowing rendition of the National Anthem by J. Mark McVey. A truly amazing experience from start to finish!

Broadway Bares

Published: Thu, 20 May 2010 06:29:04 +0000

On June 20, Evan will be performing in Broadway Bares 20: Strip-opoly at the Roseland Ballroom! The show is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, and over the years has raised over $5.5 million for this EXTREMELY worthy cause. Check out the article on Broadway World.

Bares has set an extraordinary goal for this year: to raise $1 million. If you are so inclined, please feel free to visit Evan's fundraising page and make a small contribution. Every little bit helps!

The show performs at 9pm and at midnight to a sold-out crowd of 3,000 people per show, and tickets range from $55 for a standing ticket to $650 for a VIP seat. Those of you in the NYC area should feel free to come check it out!

In The Wings at NOMTI

Published: Mon, 17 May 2010 17:58:27 +0000

Last Saturday, Evan traveled to Boston to sing for the Advanced Writers Lab at the New Opera and Musical Theatre Initiative. The show, entitled In the Wings, was written by Deborah Henson-Conant, the world's foremost electric harpist, and was a fascinating piece complete with a book that was alternately witty and moving and with music that could just tear out one's heart. A great experience all around!

All Shook Up / A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Published: Fri, 09 Apr 2010 08:12:39 +0000

This summer, Evan will return to the beautiful Barnstormers Theatre, this time as the lovesick tenor Hero in Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Check it out at

Evan will then go to Seacoast Repertory Theatre, where he will play the motorcycle-riding, guitar-playing, hip-swiveling roustabout Chad in All Shook Up. Thanks to a score featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, it should prove to be a rockin' couple of months! Check for more details.

In other news, Evan has recently done commercial modeling shoots for Izod, Munsingwear, Chaps Ralph Lauren, DMK, and Dorians Boys.

Happy Spring!

The Boys Who Brunch selected for NYC Downtown Short Film Festival's Audience Choice Screening!

Published: Fri, 08 Jan 2010 04:44:05 +0000

Out of thousands of submissions, The Boys Who Brunch was selected to be screened as part of this prestigious festival. The new pilot, as well as four other shorts, will be screened on February 6 at 8pm at

62 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10003
(Btn 2nd Ave and Bowery)

Tickets are $10 on Smartix and $15 at the door (if available)!

***Seating is limited. There is a HIGH Sell Out Risk!***



Happy New Year, everyone!

Mr. Shakespeare & Mr. Porter / NETC

Published: Sat, 14 Nov 2009 07:54:08 +0000

Coming up in December, Evan will be appearing in a new revival of Mr. Shakespeare & Mr. Porter at the Medicine Show Theatre, New York City's oldest experimental theatre company.

Mr. Shakespeare & Mr. Porter turns the Bard of Avon's most famous plays into hilarious 30-minute mini-musicals featuring songs (both well-known and obscure) from one of Broadway's wittiest tunesmiths. Medicine Show has produced previous editions of the show in 1992, 1995, 2001, and 2008. Clive Barnes from the New York Post has written "Delightful, delicious, delovely, and deShakespeare! Joyful mayhem delivered with as much chutzpah as panache! Comically digested versions of six of the Bardic cannon, embossed with witty insertions of Cole Porter songs...I was totally captivated!"

Evan will be appearing as Banquo in Macbeth, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night's Dream, France in King Lear, and Guildenstern in Hamlet. On Wednesday, November 18, the cast will perform the first three musicals at the beautiful and historic Players' Club on Gramercy Park South.

In other news, Evan just finished serving as a judge and audition coach at the New England Theatre Conference convention in Sturbridge, MA. How refreshing it was to see so many bright-eyed and joyful young performers!

A few updates

Published: Sat, 22 Aug 2009 02:15:34 +0000

Evan recently played Tommy Albright in Brigadoon at the Barnstormers Theatre. Check out this wonderful company at

Evan also just finished shooting the pilot episode of a new television series entitled The Boys Who Brunch. He stars as Dr. Ray Kirsch, a young anesthesiology resident struggling with his sexual identity. The episode is currently in post-production, so for now check out the show's website at

In other news, Evan will be performing in Cabaret for a Cause at the Irish Repertory Theatre on Tuesday, August 25 at 7pm. His dear friend Kevin Winebold will be at the piano, a bunch of great singers will be at the mic (one at a time, of course...), and proceeds will be donated to Team for Kids ( The show starts at 7pm, and tickets are $15 at the door. If you're free on Tuesday night, feel free to come support this worthy cause!


Published: Sat, 22 Aug 2009 01:50:28 +0000

Hey everyone!

Welcome to this brand new website! Evan would like to give an enormous shout-out to Andrew Codispoti at, who did a beautiful job on this site. For any and all of you out there looking for a web designer, Andrew is your man!