Alex Brightman is a two-time Tony nominee, known for his star turns in Beetlejuice and School of Rock. He has been seen on Broadway for the last twelve years in productions of Wicked, Big Fish, Glory Days, and Matilda. He teaches all over New York City with a strict focus on audition confidence training, demystifying the abnormal art of “the audition.” As a writer, he is currently working on a musical adaptation of It’s Kind of a Funny Story and an animated musical feature of the award-winning children’s novel The Whipping Boy (both with his writing partner Drew Gasparini). His plays, Everything is Fine and We Left It Here are currently being developed. He is a big believer in the art of pretending.
– FEAR FOCUS
– MASTERS OF MODERN DRAMA
Manhattan Theatre Club: The Cake; The Mint Theatre: Days to Come; Theatre- Keen Company: The Dinning Room (Drama Desk Award), In The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer; The New Group: Sin: A Cardinal Deposed (Obie Award); Lincoln Center Co.: The Tenth Man; The Pearl Theatre Company: Stupid Fucking Bird, Major Barbara, The Bald Soprano, The Rivals, Misalliance, The Subject Was Roses, Richard III, The Master Builder, Angel Street, The Gentleman Dancing Master, Heartbreak House, I have Been Here Before, The Orchestra, The Country Wife, The Cherry Orchard, and many others; CSC: The Scarlett Letter. CSC: THE SCARLET LETTER. Film: “The Wolf of Wall Street”, “Blood and Wine”, “Seabiscuit”, “Daylight”, “Duplicity”. TV: “House of Cards”, ‘Boardwalk Empire”, “FBI”, all “Law and Order”.
Mr. Daily teaches and directs at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and taught for The Pearl Theatre Conservatory. He was trained by Robert L. Hobbs in the Professional Actor Training Program, earning an MFA at The University of Washington, and earned a B.A. from The University of Notre Dame. Former students include Nina Arianda, Caissie Levy, Ray Fisher, Kyle Scatliffe, and Madeleine Brewer among others.
– SING OUT, LOUISE!
Original Broadway casts of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, A Christmas Story (Santa), The Little Mermaid (Scuttle), The Drowsy Chaperone (George-Drama Desk nomination), Breakfast at Tiffany’s, After the Night and the Music (Keith), Wicked, Seussical, Carousel (Mr. Snow-LCT) and Sweeney Todd (Tobias-Circle In The Square). Off-Broadway credits include Assassins, Godspell, The Gifts of the Magi, Flora, The Red Menace, A Little Night Music, Eating Raoul and Taking a Chance on Love (Obie Award). Mr. Korbich has appeared on over 25 original cast albums. He appeared regionally in The Gamester (St. Louis Rep), Dracula (North Shore) and 3hree (Ahmanson). His film and television credits include “Blue Bloods”, “Elementary”, “The Mysteries of Laura”, “Law & Order”, “Deadbeat”, “The Deuce”; Jennifer 8 and Quiz Show. Eddie loves doing cartoon voices and has been a series regular on “Doug”, “Pinky Dinky Doo” and “PB & J Otter.”