Philip Gordon

Philip Gordon

Vocal Range: Tenor    ·    Height: 5'9"    ·    Hair Color: Dark    ·    Eye Color: Blue    ·    Training: BA in Music with a minor in Radio/TV/Film from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock    ·    Special Skills: Demo CD Recording, A/V Production, Digital Photography, Character voices, Puppeteer, Cartoonist

Philip is a transplant from Little Rock, Arkansas, where he has been active in the theatre community for the past 10 years. His stage credits there include Toby (Sweeny Todd), Seymour (Little Shop of Horrors), Hero (A Funny Thing Happened...), Danny (Baby), Sparky (Forever Plaid), Frankie Epps (Parade), Motel (Fiddler ...Read More

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Stage Credits:
.... Naughty Cabaret   (7/2010)
Mitchell.... Murder At The Howard Johnson's   (6/2010)
.... NAUGHTY CABARET   (5/2010)
Soloist *.... Songs For A New World   (3/2009)
Sr. Mary Amnesia *.... Nunsense A-Men!   (12/2008)(11/2008)
Kit Kat Klub Band.... Cabaret   (6/2008)
Ensemble.... Annie   (4/2008)
*.... Broadway On Demand   (1/2008)
*.... Naked Boys Singing!   (8/2007)
Alvin Krenning.... And Tell Sad Stories Of The Death Of Queens   (3/2007)
*=leading role

Offstage Credits:
Sound Designer .... The Rocky Horror Show   (6/2011)
Technical Coordinator; Vocal Assistant.... The Rocky Horror Show   (7/2009)
Sound.... A...My Name Is Alice   (4/2009)
Asst. Musical Director.... Where The Girls Were   (7/2008)(2/2008)
Musical Director.... Valhalla   (11/2007)
Asst. Musical Director.... Naked Boys Singing!   (8/2007)
Sound Design; Lighting Operator; Sound Operator.... Nighthawks   (5/2007)
Sound Design; Stage Manager.... Fat Man's Wife   (3/2007)
Sound Design; Stage Manager.... Adam And Eve On A Ferry   (3/2007)
Sound Design; Stage Manager.... And Tell Sad Stories Of The Death Of Queens   (3/2007)

Non-stage credits:
Individual Artist Award from the Arkansas Arts Council for original compositions in the musical theatre style
Beyer Composition Award from the National Federation of Music Clubs for a collection of art songs featuring the poetry of Jane Kenyon