Jason Danieley, vocalist

Broadway actor, singer, concert performer and recording artist Jason Danieley is currently appearing on Broadway in Pretty Woman by Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance, Garry Marshall and J.F. Lawton at the Nederlander Theatre.

Mr. Danieley’s other Broadway appearances include: The Visit by Terrance McNally and Kander & Ebb; Next to Normal (with wife Marin Mazzie); originated the role of Aaron Fox in Curtains (Outer Critics Circle nomination); originated the role of Malcolm in The Full Monty (also London’s West End); and made his debut as the titular role in Candide (Theatre World Award and Drama Desk nomination). He’s had leading roles in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Strike Up the Band (City Center Encores!). His Off-Broadway performances include The Trojan Women: A Love Story and world premieres of Dream True by Ricky Ian Gordon and Floyd Collins by Adam Guettel.

Some of his regional theatre appearances include four other world premieres: Secondhand Lions, Some Lovers by Burt Bacharach, The Highest Yellow by Michael John LaChiusa (Helen Hayes Award) and Beauty by Tina Landau. Other regional credits include Aristide Forestier in Can-Can at the Papermill Playhouse, George in Chicago Shakespeare Theatre’s production of Sunday in the Park with George (Joseph Jefferson nomination), Casino Paradise by William Bolcolm, 110 in the Shade (L.A. Garland Award) and Brigadoon (L.A.’s Reprise!).

As a concert soloist, Mr. Danieley has appeared with many of the country’s leading orchestras, including the New York, Boston and Philly Pops, L.A. and New York Philharmonics, St. Louis, Grant Park, Ravinia Festival, Utah, Minnesota and Buffalo Symphonies, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, American Symphony Orchestra and BBC Pops Orchestra. Concert highlights include many PBS Great Performances and Live from Lincoln Center television appearances. These include: Enoch Snow in Carousel (NY Phil – Emmy-nominated); Ring Them Bells: A Tribute to Kander & Ebb (Jazz @ Lincoln Center, with Chita Rivera and Marin Mazzie); Lt. Cable in South Pacific (Carnegie Hall – Emmy-nominated); and Sondheim! The Birthday Concert (NY Phil – Emmy-nominated). Major staged performances include Candide and Of Thee I Sing/Let ‘Em Eat Cake (SF Symphony); The Mikado and The Song of Norway (American Symphony & Collegiate Chorale – Carnegie Hall).

In addition to symphony appearances, Mr. Danieley and his beloved late wife Marin Mazzie performed in the most prestigious around the country in their cabaret concerts of Opposite Now and He Said/She Said.