2010 Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for Bloodsong of Love!

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WAITRESS @ American Repertory Theatre, August 2nd - September 27th
Jeremy will be playing the part of Ogie in the new musical Waitress premiering at American Repertory Theatre in Boston this summer. The show has book by Jessie Nelson and music/lyrics by Sara Bareilles, with direction by Diane Paulus. The show is based off of the 2007 movie of the same name and will star Tony award winner Jessie Mueller in the lead role. Needless to say, Jeremy is very excited. And it’s also clear that Jeremy is writing in third person right now.

INTO THE WOODS @ North Carolina Theatre, October 2015
Jeremy will be playing Jack in Into the Woods at North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh this fall. Directed by James Brennan, music direction by Eddy Robinson.

EIGHTY-SIXED Reading at Second Stage, May 15th and 18th @ 12 pm
A New Musical by Sam Salmond and Jeremy King based off of the book Eighty-Sixed which is about the AIDS crisis in the 1980’s following the story of BJ Rosenthal. Produced by Second Stage Theatre and Aaron Glick alongside Hal Prince’s T Fellowship. Directed by Kevin Newbury with music direction by Salomon Lerner. This show is absolutely gorgeous and there was a stellar cast featuring Adam Chanler-Berat, Jason Tam, Adam Kantor, Robin DeJesus, Dee Roscioli, Matt Shingledecker and others.

BOLIN SCHMOLIN: The Songs of Eli Bolin at 54 Below, May 1st @ 9:30 pm
Jeremy will be singing a tune by the insanely talented Eli Bolin in his concert at 54 Below on May 1st. The concert is going to be very serious #phoneybaloney and there is no laughter allowed #ireallyhopepeoplelaugh. The evening is directed by Laura Pietropinto and produced by Erica Rotstein 

SMOKEYTOWN: THE SONGS OF SMOKEY ROBINSON at the Laurie Beechman, April 20th @ 7 pm
Andrea Prestinario presents the songs of Smokey Robinson in the NYC debut of her solo show Smokeytown. Jeremy will be singing a tune with her as well as playing a little fiddle!

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