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Broadway at the Barn, Alex Santoriello Stars in Man of La Mancha

Broadway’s Alex Santoriello headlining at the Barn!

Alex Santoriello is a professional actor, singer & producer best known for originating roles in three Broadway musicals: “Les Miserables”, “Chess” & “Three Penny Opera”; & as a producer on the Broadway musical, “A Tale of Two Cities”.

He made his equity debut at the Paper Mill Playhouse & his New
York debut at AMAS Repertory Theater. He played Gus the Theater Cat in a Broadway tour of “Cats” & Pontius Pilate in two major touring productions of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”Alex produced & directed the world premiere of “A Tale of Two Cities” in concert at the Circle Theater in Indianapolis that included a cast of Broadway veterans along with Richard Kiley who narrated the action, a fifty-voice choir & a forty-piece orchestra.

Alex appeared in the TV soap opera “All My Children” & in the Academy Award nominated film “Far From Heaven”.
A successful concert career brought Alex to Barbados. After several returns Alex moved there & taught singing to young people & served as the first musical director of the Barbados National Boys Choir. He fronted the popular rock ‘n roll band “GetBak” & performed at over one-hundred charity events including the reopening of the historic Kensington Oval in Bridgetown & the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Gala. He founded Lexy Piano Bar, which was rated by Zagat as one of Barbados’ top five night spots.

Alex is a licensed commercial pilot, an active flight instructor & an avid sailor who has logged thousands of miles at sea.

Alex performed and worked with Sirs Sting, Cliff Richard, Tim Rice, Cameron Macintosh & Trevor Nunn; Benny Anderson & Bjorn Ulveaus (ABBA); John Caird, John Dexter, Andrew Wilk, John Lodge, Dennis Quaid, David Cassidy, Richard Kiley, Michael Crawford, Maureen McGovern, Georgia Brown, Ted Neeley, Carl Anderson, Colm Wilkinson, Claude Michel Schoenberg, Alain Boublil, John Clifton, Neil Berg & his sister Jill Santoriello.

Tickets at Nittany Theatre at the Barn (Click Here)

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