Patrick Dunn

AEA

Noted for his “glorious tenor voice that melts maidens’ hearts,” (Broadway World) Patrick Dunn has established himself as a versatile singing actor, spanning from more operatic roles like Laurie in Little Women, which he performed last season at Bob Jones University, to more contemporary roles like the title role of Jesus Christ Superstar, which he performed with Bristol Riverside Theatre to rave reviews. Broadway World hailed, of his performance as Jesus, “Dunn’s “Gethsemane”, which every die-hard JCS demands perfection, possess a ‘got-to-hear-it-to believe it ‘voice sustaining his money notes to the next level. Continually displaying his talents as a crossover artist, Dunn also covered the title role in Candide for Jay Armstrong Johnson with New York City Opera in their highly successful prodiction directed by Hal Prince and choreographed by Pat Birch. This season, Patrick portrays the lead role of Johnny in Night Tide with the New York Musical Festival and performs his critically acclaimed Elvis tribute in Legends in Concert at Foxwoods Resort Casino. Following his NYC début as Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carol: The Musical at Madison Square Garden, he subsequently appeared at The York Theatre (MonetGoodbye Barcelona), The Minetta Lane Theatre (Where the Lillies Bloom), and The Gallery Players (Parade), among many others. Throughout the United States, he regularly earns critical acclaim performing in such venues as Goodspeed Opera House (Genesis: The Musical), Bristol Riverside Theatre (The Pirates of Penzance), Ivoryton Playhouse (Footloose), and as a soloist with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts. Patrick also recently played the part of Freddy in live concert version of My Fair Lady with UIA Presents as the first show in their “Broadway in Concert” series. Patrick is a former member of Teatro, a musical theatre-male vocal group with over 1 million album sales on the Sony Records London label. He also had the privilege of touring the world as Walt Disney’s ‘Prince Charming,’ and starred as the Phantom in the hit concert Now and Forever: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Patrick Dunn is currently ranked as one of the top ‘Elvis Tribute Artists’ in the world as recognized by ‘Graceland and Elvis Presley Enterprises.’ Dunn can also be seen on screens around the country as an Emcee and Correspondent for ESPN, Time Warner Cable, and Fox Sports 1 covering red carpet premières, concerts, and special events, giving viewers an inside look at live entertainment and marquee sporting events. Patrick is a graduate of The Hartt School of Music at The University of Hartford.

Mar
2017

Mar-21
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Apr-16
Jesus Christ Superstar
Jesus
Bristol Riverside Theatre
Bristol, PA
Jul
2017

Jul-17
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Jul-22
Night Tide
Johnny
New York Musical Festival
New York, NY
Aug
2017

Aug-01
to
Sep-03
Legends in Concert
Elvis
Foxwoods Resort Casino
Mashantucket, CT
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…possess a ‘got-to-hear-it-to believe it ‘voice …
Jesus Christ Superstar  “Dunn’s “Gethsemane”, which every die-hard JCS demands perfection, possess a ‘got-to-hear-it-to believe it ‘voice sustaining his money notes to the next level.” – Broadway World
…robuest, finely-tuned, and an audience favorite…
 Little Women  “And, of course, Dunn’s Laurie is robust, finely-tuned and an audience favorite with ‘Take a Chance on Me.’ ” – Greenville Online
…punchy, romantic…
An Evening with Patrick Dunn – “In performance, Patrick has some of the style of a young James Cagney — punchy, romantic, always connecting to the audience.” – The Times Herald Record
…his strong tenor voice soars…
The Pirates of Penzance  “Patrick Dunn makes a handsomely winning young Frederic. His strong tenor voice soars, especially in “Oh, Is There Is Not One Maiden Breast,” when he first meets the daughters. Dunn sings in 17 numbers and acts as well as he sings, with his comic reactions to the other characters and loving expressions to Mabel and her sisters.” Montgomery News
…glorious tenor voice…
The Pirates of Penzance  “…the young handsome Frederic played by Patrick Dunn with a glorious tenor voice that melts maidens’ hearts. “Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast” and the duet “Stay Fred’ric,Stay!” are beautifully done.”Broadway World
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