Friday, October 31, 2014

Seph Stanek appearing in Ruddigore this weekend

Seph Stanek in Ruddigore (right)
If you want to start off November on the right foot, head over to New York University where barihunk Seph Stanek is appearing in Gilbert & Sullivan's Ruddigore. There will be three performances this weekend at the Skirball Center for the Peforming Arts featuring the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (matinee and evening on Saturday, and matinee on Sunday).

Stanek made his debut with the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players in 2012 as the Headsman in The Yeomen of the Guard, and subsequently appeared in The Mikado with the company.

Trained as an operatic baritone, Stanek appeared in Aida at the Metropolitan Opera, but has since focused his career in musicals and television. He appeared off-Broadway in Naked Boys Singing!, Little House on the Ferry and 8Minute Musicals; as well as HBO's Boardwalk Empire and Mildred Pierce.

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1 comment:

  1. Saw this young man in England as a part of the International Gilbert and Sullivan Fest here in Harrogate; funny thing happened, in the middle of a (wonderfully realised) performance of The Yeomen of the Guard (in which he plays the shirtless Headsman!), the fire alarm sounded, sending audience and cast alike into the streets of Harrogate! I was fortunate enough to introduce myself and my family to a few members of the cast, most notably including the effervescent Mr. Stanek, whom I had seen previously featured on this website. His "Music of the Night" sends chills down my spine - beautifully sung! How I wish I was across the pond to see him and the troupe in Ruddigore this weekend!