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Crashbox Theatre & Rotary District 7630
Proudly Present:

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 An Evening With NYC Stage Actor
Brian Michael Hoffman
and Friends

As part of Crashbox's relaunch and as the first event of our 10th Anniversary Season, Crashbox Theatre, along with Rotary District 7630, are excited to announce AN EVENING WITH NYC STAGE ACTOR BRIAN MICHAEL HOFFMAN AND FRIENDS. Brian Michael Hoffman is a Maryland native who is now a professional actor living in NYC and who has performed in a variety of roles around the world. Brian will be performing with Crashbox Theatre members Sarah Anthony, Sara Chapple, Katie Cox, Erinne Lewis, Aidan Loeser, and Crashbox Theatre Executive Director, Richard (Ricky) A. Vitanovec. The evening will be accompanied by Ellen Grunden. The concert will feature highlights of Brian’s professional career and will include selections from across different Broadway genres and eras.

WHEN: Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 pm


COST: $15- Tickets can be reserved below by clicking the button below and filling out the form or purchased at the door. All payments will be processed that evening at the door.

***At this time, masks are STRONGLY encouraged. We will continue to monitor the metrics and a decision on mask wearing will be made prior to the performance.

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Brian Michael Hoffman

This Baltimore School for the Arts and Syracuse University grad lives in NYC but always welcomes the opportunity to come “home.” Brian has worked with Crashbox on their incredible summer arts camps and the EHS/EMS productions of PETER PAN, THE ADDAMS FAMILY, SEUSSICAL, WEST SIDE STORY. He is thrilled to be here in Maryland for his first live performance (on a stage, not singing into a webcam, and most likely not wearing pajamas) since December 2020 before returning later this spring for LEGALLY BLONDE. In the “before times,” Brian starred as “Horton” in the Off-Broadway revival of SEUSSICAL and continues his journey with the new Broadway-bound musical BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE after “out of town tryouts” at the Goodspeed Opera House, Delaware Theatre Company, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Favorite regional credits include “Seymour” (LITTLE SHOP...), “Patsy” (SPAMALOT), “Sancho” (MAN OF LA MANCHA), “Billis” (SOUTH PACIFIC), “Barfee” (..SPELLING BEE), “Uncle Fester” (THE ADDAMS FAMILY), “The Cowardly Lion” (THE WIZARD OF OZ), “Czolgosz” (ASSASSINS), “Charlie Brown” (YOU’RE A GOOD MAN...), “Filch” (THE THREEPENNY OPERA) and “Mr. Grimes” (ON BORROWED TIME, directed by Joel Grey). Brian’s performed at theatres across the country, including Madison Square Garden, 54 Below, Baltimore Center Stage, Sacramento Music Circus, MUNY, Maine State, Syracuse Stage, Marriott Lincolnshire, Pioneer Theatre Company, Ivoryton Playhouse, Two River, Lyric Oklahoma, and Pittsburgh CLO. He led a barbershop quartet at Tokyo Disney Sea in Japan for 3 years, has performed in over 3,000 performances of ANNIE (some with Broadway’s original red-head, Andrea McArdle, and in the 2014 movie!) and can be heard on the SEUSSICAL, ANNIE: 30th Anniversary, ANNIE 2 and THE DRAGONSLAYERS cast recordings. Broadway/William Berloni Theatrical Animals: LEGALLY BLONDE, THE ROYAL FAMILY, BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, THE AUDIENCE (starring Dame Helen Mirren), LADY DAY AT EMERSON’S BAR & GRILL (starring Audra McDonald), NBC’s ANNIE LIVE, PETER PAN LIVE & THE WIZ LIVE, SNL, Sesame Street and HBO’s “High Maintenance. Special thanks to his Crashbox fam for always inviting him back and thinking he could actually pull this off, and to Andy for, well…everything else. 

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