Marc Kudisch
American actor
Marc Kudisch
Marc Kudisch is an American stage actor, who is best known for his musical theatre roles on Broadway.
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The Advantages of Being a Lutheran Pastor for a Couple o' Months
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Seven months ago I came to New York to see a of couple Broadway plays. One of them was produced by a friend of mine, Kevin McCollum entitled, Hand To God, which was in previews at the time. I took two of my daughters who live in New York to see it and was blown away by not only its amazing cast and its hilarity but by its poignancy. It shines a comedic light on how twisted a broken family can be. I don't come from a broken family, but we certainly weren't fixed by any means, having lost two of my sisters by the time I was in my late thirties. Then out of nowhere, Kevin called me and told me the wonderful actor that played the part of Pastor Greg, Marc Kudisch, had to leave to go work on a musical production of his own -- and asked me if I would like to take over the part of the Pastor from November 3rd to January 3rd when the play closes in New York. I immediately said "Let me call my reps," but the answer was an obvious "yes." Hand To God, which runs until January 3rd before i ...
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The Advantages of Being a Lutheran Pastor for a Couple o' Months
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Seven months ago I came to New York to see a of couple Broadway plays. One of them was produced by a friend of mine, Kevin McCollum entitled, Hand To God, which was in previews at the time. I took two of my daughters who live in New York to see it and was blown away by not only its amazing cast and its hilarity but by its poignancy. It shines a comedic light on how twisted a broken family can be. I don't come from a broken family, but we certainly weren't fixed by any means, having lost two of my sisters by the time I was in my late thirties. Then out of nowhere, Kevin called me and told me the wonderful actor that played the part of Pastor Greg, Marc Kudisch, had to leave to go work on a musical production of his own -- and asked me if I would like to take over the part of the Pastor from November 3rd to January 3rd when the play closes in New York. I immediately said "Let me call my reps," but the answer was an obvious "yes." Hand To God, which runs until January 3rd before i ...
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Marshall Fine: Onstage: Paul Giamatti in Hamlet
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
It's that rare evening of theater where something that was already familiar becomes new, yielding unexpected meaning and feelings. It's not as if I've made a study of Hamlet. But I've seen probably a dozen different versions, on stage and film. That's something you do on purpose, because not many people do it voluntarily (and I consider that a failure of the American education system). Still, when I saw Paul Giamatti play Hamlet recently at the Yale Repertory Theater in New Haven (a sold-out run that ends this weekend), I felt like I was hearing Shakespeare's language for the first time. While I've seen modern-dress Shakespeare that I thought was effective, I can't remember a version that felt more contemporary. Director James Bundy, Yale Rep's artistic director, costumes the actors in clothes from different 20th-Century eras, but their interactions have a currency, a sense that these people are operating right now, rather than enacting a story written as the 1600s l ...
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David Finkle: First Nighter: Paul Giamatti's Superlative Prince in James Bundy's New Haven Hamlet
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Since William Shakespeare's Hamlet is vitally concerned with the forms of respect sons owe fathers and since New Haven native and Yale College and Yale Drama School graduate Paul Giamatti is the son of Yale President A. Bartlett Giamatti -- who held the office from 1978 to 1986 and died in 1989 shortly after becoming Commissioner of Baseball -- it's difficult not to wonder whether the accomplished actor's appearance in the classic tragedy isn't in some way an homage to a parent who died far too young. Maybe yes, maybe no. Maybe speculations are not only futile but insulting. In any case, the younger Giamatti's performance is the kind of brilliant characterization that would make any proud dad stand up and cheer -- as audiences are doing at the Yale Repertory in James Bundy's immaculate, even inspired revival of the eternally challenging tragedy. Not that Giamatti doesn't have one sizable hurdle to leap in the proceedings that Bundy and costume designer Jayoung Yo ...
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Theater Review: ‘The Holiday Guys: Happy Merry Hanu-Mas!’
NYTimes - about 4 years
Marc Kudisch and Jeffry Denman blend Hanukkah and Christmas in their musical stage show at the York Theater Company.
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Theater Review: ‘The Holiday Guys: Happy Merry Hanu-Mas!’
NYTimes - about 4 years
Marc Kudisch and Jeffry Denman blend Hanukkah and Christmas in their musical stage show at the York Theater Company.
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Marc Kudisch, Mark Nelson To Star In "Tartuffe" at Westport Playhouse
Blogs.Courant.com - over 4 years
Three-time Tony Award-nominatee Marc Kudisch will play the title role in Westport Country Playhouse ’s production of Molière’s “Tartuffe,” staged by David Kennedy, the theater's associate artistic director. 
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PS Classics Releases A Minister's Wife, With Bobby Steggert, Marc Kudisch ... - Playbill.com
Google News - over 5 years
The cast album preserves the performances of Tony Award nominees Bobby Steggert (Ragtime, The Grand Manner) and Marc Kudisch (9 to 5, The Apple Tree) and Jeff Award-winning Chicago actress Kate Fry (Oh Coward!), as well as Liz Baltes and Drew Gehling
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Signature Theatre Offers $5.90 Earthquake Ticket Special! - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
In addition to hosting the finest talent from the DC metropolitan area and New York, Signature has been home to such theatre luminaries as Chita Rivera, George Hearn, Hunter Foster, Emily Skinner, Marc Kudisch, Judy Kuhn, John Kander and Fred Ebb,
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Natalie Douglas, Marc Kudisch, Jane Monheit, et al. Set for Birdland in September - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Jane Monheit will be joined by Broadway star Marc Kudisch in an evening that swings Cole Porter's Anything Goes to support The Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative on Monday, September 19 at 7pm. The backup band for the evening will include Mary
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Jane Monheit Brings ANYTHING GOES to Birdland, 9/19 - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Broadway leading man Marc Kudisch will be Jane's special guest. Teaming up with a dynamic band, gifted jazz vocalist Jane Monheit will sing the score of Cole Porter's Anything Goes to swinging new arrangements by bassist Mary Ann McSweeney
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Get Out! Stoneham Theatre Presentations And More - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Assassins is one of Stephen Sondheim's highest achievements and a recent Broadway revival starring Neil Patrick Harris, Marc Kudisch and Michael Cerveris. Pricing: Tickets will be available at the door
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"Heart of Broadway," Featuring Denis O'Hare, Marc Kudisch, Lillias White, Ann ... - Playbill.com
Google News - over 5 years
Celebrities featured in the program include Denis O'Hare, Jose Llana, Marc Kudisch, Jerry Mitchell, Tom Viola, Judith Light, Jen Cody, Terrence McNally, Lillias White, Kathleen Chalfant, Billy Porter and Ann Harada. BC/EFA is known for its spectacular
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Summertime - August Nightlife and Cabaret with Sandi Durell - Times Square Chronicles
Google News - over 5 years
From booming baritone Marc Kudisch to Texan Larry Gatlin to Eddie Korbich and pert-sized Christina Bianco, the hall reverberated with the glory of musical grandeur. Feinstein's at the Loews Regency featured the following: Barbara Porteus and Barry
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If It Only Even Runs A Minute - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
Take the charismatic baritone Marc Kudisch, for example, who regularly uses these concerts as opportunities to experiment and do the unexpected. With music director Beth Ertz and her band, Kudisch accompanied himself on guitar for a rockabilly
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Marc Kudisch, David Turner, Kerry O'Malley Test Broadway-Bound Clear Day in ... - Playbill.com
Google News - over 5 years
Marc Kudisch steps into the leading-man role for this developmental chapter; Harry Connick Jr. will star on Broadway. The musical has a score by Burton Lane (music) and Alan Jay Lerner (lyrics), and a new book by Peter Parnell based on the original
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Marc Kudisch
    FORTIES
  • 2011
    Age 44
    They married in 2011 in an intimate ceremony in Key West.
    More Details Hide Details Theatre Film Discography Television Winner Nominations
    He also performed in a one-man show beginning in July 2011 entitled What Makes Me Tick.
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  • 2009
    Age 42
    He starred as Slick Follicle in the City Centers Encores! production of Girl Crazy, which ran Nov. 19 – 22, 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Kudisch appeared off-Broadway in the critically acclaimed improvisational comedy troupe Noo Yawk Tawk, as well as The Thing About Men, See What I Wanna See (Public Theater) and in the Lucille Lortel Award nominated The Glorious Ones.
  • 2008
    Age 41
    In late 2008, Kudisch joined Allison Janney, Megan Hilty and Stephanie J. Block in the new musical, 9 to 5.
    More Details Hide Details Based on the film of the same name, the production was directed by Joe Mantello and had its pre-broadway run at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles beginning September 21, 2008. The musical began preview performances on Broadway at the Marquis Theatre on April 7, 2009 with an official opening on April 30, 2009. Kudisch played sexist, egotistical boss Franklin Hart Jr., a part played by Dabney Coleman. Dolly Parton, who appeared in the original film, wrote the music and lyrics for the new musical. The show closed on September 6, 2009.
  • 2007
    Age 40
    In June 2007, he starred as Darryl van Horne in the American premiere of The Witches of Eastwick at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia.
    More Details Hide Details On television, in addition to a recent stint on All My Children, Kudisch played a kinky lawyer on Sex and the City and was also the spokesperson for Toyota in the U.S. for several years. He appeared on the hit NBC show Smash as Darryl Zanuck. He has been in a relationship since 2003 with actress Shannon Lewis.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2003
    Age 36
    Kudisch has also appeared in Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music as Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm, opposite Juliet Stevenson and Jeremy Irons, in a 2003 production at the New York City Opera, and with Victor Garber and Judith Ivey in a 2004 staging by the Los Angeles Opera.
    More Details Hide Details In regional theatre, he originated the role of Vincent van Gogh in The Highest Yellow, also by LaChiusa.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 20
    In 1987 he appeared in the murder mystery/party game Tamara: The Living Movie at New York City's Armory.
    More Details Hide Details He appeared in the Off-Broadway musical Minister's Wife. The show's music is by Josh Schmidt, lyrics by Jan Tranen, and a book by Austin Pendleton and it is based on Candida by George Bernard Shaw.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1966
    Born
    Born on September 22, 1966.
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