Marc Belloni

Marc Belloni

Vocal Range: wide    ·    Height: 5'9''    ·    Weight: yes    ·    Hair Color: brown for now    ·    Eye Color: brown    ·    Special Skills: singer/songwriter/guitarist    ·    Hometown: Metairie, LA    ·    Born: 12/15/1965    ·    High School: Jesuit High School - NOLA    ·    College: Loyola University - NOLA    ·    Occupation: teacher and director of theater

I have been on the stages of New Orleans since the Beverly Dinner Theatre's production of Gypsy in 1980. I graduated cum laude from Jesuit High School in 1983 after 5 years of performing under the tutelidge of Sonny Borey with the Philelectic Society. I have a BA in drama/speech ...Read More

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Stage Credits:
Sterling *.... Mauritius   (9/2013)
Amos Hart *.... Chicago   (9/2011)
Randall.... The Clawfoot And Hot Tub Interviews   (11/2006)
The King; Preacher *.... Big River   (5/2005)
Howard/Bobby.... Eating Raoul - The Musical   (2/2005)
Cogsworth *.... Disney's Beauty And The Beast   (12/2004)(12/2004)
Jackson *.... Pump Boys And Dinettes   (1/2004)
Cowardly Lion *.... The Wizard Of Oz   (10/2003)
Presenter.... Storer Boone Awards 2001   (5/2001)
Major General *.... The Pirates Of Penzance   (11/1999)
Norman *.... The Boys Next Door   (7/1999)
Michele.... Filumena   (5/1999)
Prologus / Pseudolus *.... A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum   (6/1998)
Juror #9.... Twelve Angry Men   (5/1998)
Lieutenant Schrank.... West Side Story   (4/1998)
Juror #9.... Twelve Angry Men   (11/1997)
Glenn Cooper.... Rumors   (6/1997)
Ira.... Laughter On The 23rd Floor   (11/1996)
Prologus / Pseudolus *.... A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum   (5/1995)
Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III.... Love Letters   (1/1995)
Pamfilo/8 other roles.... Search And Destroy   (11/1994)
Scott.... The Wonder Years   (8/1994)
Scott.... The Wonder Years   (7/1993)
sub/swing.... Saints for a Day   (8/1992)
other guy.... Romance, Romance   (6/1992)
Man.... Closer Than Ever   (8/1991)
I'm Beginning to See the Light.... Sophisticated Ladies   (4/1991)
.... Where The Girls Were   (5/1987)
Sergeant of Police.... The Pirates Of Penzance   (12/1982)
Buckminster Fuller/Ensemble.... Godspell   (1/1982)
The Scarecrow.... The Wiz   (4/1981)
Judah/Butler.... Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat   (12/1980)
Newsboy.... Gypsy   (7/1980)
.... Mack & Mabel   (11/1979)
Theo *.... Pippin   (4/1979)
*=leading role

Offstage Credits:
Director.... [title of show]   (7/2011)
Director.... Evita   (4/2010)
Director; Set Designer .... Noises Off   (11/2009)
Director.... Big River   (4/2009)
Director.... Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead   (12/2008)
Director.... The Fantasticks   (10/2008)
Director.... Pippin   (4/2008)
Executive Director.... The Actor's Nightmare   (1/2008)
Director.... Amadeus   (11/2007)
Director.... Saints for a Day   (9/1993)

Stage Awards and Nominations:
Leo Zinser Drama Award 1987 for Excellance in Theatre by a Drama Major from Loyola University New Orleans; numerous nominations over the past 30 years for diverse roles and spectacular shows, Big Easy Awards and Storer Boone Awards

Non-stage credits:
Television commercial work from 1995- present: Popeyes (national), Pug-Power all terrain vehicles (outdoor network-cable), Benson and Hedges (international), K & B (regional) among others. Co-founder of the Carrollton Station Foundation, a non-profit corporation designed to assist the New Orleans music community post-Katrina through sales of an independantly released CD entitled "Feeder Bands on the Run", a collection of storm-related songs (about Hope, Havoc and Home) by New Orleans singer/songwriters that include: Anders Osborne, Susan Cowsill, Paul Sanches, Caleb Guilliotte, Jim McCormick, Fred LeBlanc, Jimmy Robinson and many more.

Marc still performs his original music in the music clubs of New Orleans. For a small taste do a search on you tube. Also see Part III of the Thopuftinge Trilogy is released as of August 10, 2016 and is entitled Hamlet du Fromage. It is a collection of songs of the dirty original comedic vein recorded live at various venues throughout 2015 and 2016.

Marc created a theatre workshop program for youngsters (ages 9-15) as hosted by the Children's Theatre of New Orleans at Ursuline Academy and most recently Jesuit High School's first Drama Camp. An intense study through the steps of acting, focusing on the Basics, Talent Recognition, Audition Prep and Performance culminating in a production/staged reading as a final task. The camp was performed with the assistance of Jesuit Philelectic students and alumni where they each were responsible for a daily lesson on Improvisation, Body Movement and Scene-work/monologues all aimed at allowing a young person to focus on the varied disciplines involved in making the stage permanent part of their lives. Goto to find more information on this exciting summer oppurtunity for boys and girls ages 11-14.