Stephen Bogardus


Created the role of Whizzer in the 1981 production of William Finn’s March of the Falsettos here at Playwrights Horizons. Nine years later he reprised the role in Falsettoland at PH. In 1992 these shows were combined to make Falsettos on Broadway in which he co-starred with original cohorts Michael Rupert and Chip Zien. Also on Broadway: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Old Acquaintance; Man of La Mancha; James Joyce’s The Dead; High Society; King David; Love! Valour! Compassion! (Tony nom., Obie); The Grapes of Wrath; Les Misérables and West Side Story. Regional: Some Men (Philadelphia Theatre Co.), A Little Night Music (Center Stage), M. Butterfly (Arena Stage), Show Boat and Chess (Nat’l tours), City of Angels (Shubert, L.A.), 80 Days (La Jolla) and Progress (Long Wharf). Film: Julie and Julia; Love! Valour! Compassion!. Television: “Eleventh Hour,” “Life,” “Without a Trace,” “Monk,” “Ed,” “Law & Order” (all of ‘em). Celebrating 33 years in Actors Equity. (As of March 2011)

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