Jeremy Morse




SMOKEYTOWN @ 54 Below, February 23rd 9:30 pm

Andrea Prestinario put on an incredible evening of tunes by the amazing Smokey Robinson. Jeremy had the honor of singing with her on a wonderful arrangement of "Hold On Me/Bring It To Me" put together by Ian Weinberger.

DISCOUNT GHOST STORIES @ Joe's Pub, January 23rd 7 pm

Using original lyrics and repurposed historical texts, Alexander Sage Oyen and Jessica Kahkoska brought the story of Clifford Griffin (real person!) to life in concert with their band of ghosts at Joe's Pub. Jeremy got to play their whipping boy of a band manager named Hubert Hubert. 


ONE HIT WONDER reading, Dec 16th presentation

Jeremy Desmon has written a book musical surrounding some of the greatest One Hit Wonders of the past 30 years. Featuring hits such as "Venus" and "Mercy" and "Gonna Give You Hell" with direction by Hunter Foster. Produced by the Araca Group.


Jeremy just signed with Alex Butler and Chad Pisetsky at Henderson Hogan!


Jeremy will be reprising his role of "The Hick" at the 11 pm shows of the 9th Annual Joe Iconis Christmas Extravaganza. A cast of 70, all of your favorite Christmas tunes, Joe Iconis as himself, Annie Golden as an angel? Who could ask for anything more!

THE OLIVER EXPERIMENT table read, Nov 7th

Jeff Thompson and Jeremy Desmon have written the equivalent of a "Truman Show" musical in The Oliver Experiment. This Jeremy played a series of characters in the ensemble!

JOE ICONIS HALLOWEEN SHOW @ The Laurie Beechman, Halloween! 7 pm

Jeremy has reprised his role as the Skeleton in this year's Joe Iconis Halloween show. It was a spooky evening of candy, song, and whiskey!

OUTLAWS the musical @ Le Poisson Rouge, October 24th, 7 & 9:30 pm

Jeremy played Jim Younger in this rock musical tale about Jesse James and his gang of outlaws. Featuring a score and book by Alexander Sage Oyen and James Presson. The reading starred the likes of Constantine Maroulis, Kacie Sheik, Alison Fraser, Eric William Morris, and more. 

BOUND FOR BROADWAY @ the Kaufman Music Center, Sept 26th, 7:30 pm

Hosted by Liz Callaway, this annual concert features select songs from new musicals by several up-and-coming creative teams. Jeremy will be singing from Andrea Daly and Jeff Bienstock's Legendale


Will Aronson will be presenting an evening of his music at Bruno Walter Auditorium at the NYPL/Lincoln Center. Jeremy will be joining on a couple of tunes :) Come, it's free!


Taking on the role of Harry Houdini, Jeremy is honored to be part of this developmental concert version of Ragtime on Ellis Island. Featuring a cast of Laura Michelle Kelly, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Brandon Victor Dixon, Robert Petkoff, Georgia Engel, Aisha Jackson and many more, a 12 piece orchestra led by the music direction of Madeline Smith, and an amazing team led by the direction of Sammi Cannold and presenting producer Suzanne Friedman. It's an exciting night!

The Music and Lyrics of Drew Gasparini

Drew Gasparini made his return to 54 Below by premiering music from several of his new projects including his latest collaboration with Tony Award nominee Alex Brightman called The Whipping Boy. Jeremy sang a lovely duet from The Whipping Boy with the immensely talented Will Roland.

The Last Song of Eddie Scourge @ the Cell theatre, May 30th 7:30 pm

New York Theatre Barn presents an evening of Eli Bolin and Mike Pettry's songs from their new show The Last Song of Eddie Scourge: A Rock'n'Roll Christmas Carol. 

Sandman: A Little Nightmare of a Musical

Jeremy got to be a part of a reading of this dark and spookily funny little musical produced by Stephanie Cowan and Triptyk Studios, directed by Sam Buntrock, musical direction by Steven Lutvak. Written by Richard Oberacker and Robert Taylor.

WAITRESS the Musical - Today Show and Cast Album

Jeremy got to perform on the Today Show and record the Original Broadway Cast album for Waitress!

Joe Iconis and Family @ 54 Below - April 3, 10, 17 and May 9th

Joe Iconis and family of musical misfits took over 54 Below four times this spring! Not much more can be said. The evenings were epic and the whiskey flowed. Can't wait to do it again!

54 Sings The Greatest Pop Songs of All Time - The 1960’s @ 54 Below, February 11, 9:30 pm

The Beatles, The Temptations, The Rolling Stones, etc etc etc. Yeah, there’s a lot of awesome music from the 60’s. Come see Jeremy sing a couple tunes with Jillian Louis, Brian Charles Rooney, Farah Alvin, and more!

New Musicals at 54: STRING by Adam Gwon and Sarah Hammond @ 54 Below, February 16th, 7 and 9:30 pm

Produced by Jennifer Ashley Tepper this concert version of String is a part of this series at 54 to promote ten new and diverse musicals from a selection of today’s most talented writers. Jeremy joins this all-star cast which includes Nikki M. James, Jose Llana, Katie Thompson, Pearl Sun, and more.

EIGHTY-SIXED Work Sessions @ MTF, Jan 11th and 12th

Sam Salmond and Jeremy King have written a beautiful show based on the novel Eighty-Sixed by David B. Feinberg. Produced by Aaron Glick.

UNCHARTED IN CONCERT: Will Aronson and Sarah Hammond @ Ars Nova, Jan 13th, 8 pm

Will Aronson and Sarah Hammond will be presenting an evening of their music at Ars Nova as a part of the theatre’s Uncharted festival. Jeremy will be singing songs from their new musical in development, Wind-Up Girl, which explores the story of Rene Descartes and his mechanical daughter. Directed by Ashley Rodbro!


The 8th Annual Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular @ 54 Below, Dec 19th and 20th, 7 and 9 pm

Jeremy joins Joe Iconis in his 8th annual Xmas Spectacular where he and fifty of his merry munchkin performers take over 54 Below for two nights of raucous egg-nogging and yule-tiding!

WRINGER: A New Musical, Workshop through New York City Children’s Theatre, Nov 25th

Written by Rebekah Melocik and Jacob Yandura, with direction from Stephen Brackett, the NYC Children’s Theatre is developing this new children’s musical Wringer. The show is based off the novel of the same name, where the story centers around a town that has an annual pigeon killing. Jeremy will be playing the part of 10-year old Mutto...who is an aspiring pigeon hunter.

INTO THE WOODS @ North Carolina Theatre, October 2015

Before Jeremy became an old man, he finally got to play the role of Jack in Into The Woods at NCT! Directed by James Brennan.

WAITRESS @ American Repertory Theatre, June-Sept 2015

Jeremy had the amazing opportunity to originate the role of Ogie in the World Premiere of Waitress with music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, book by Jessie Nelson. Directed by Diane Paulus, Choreographed by Chase Brock, Music Supervision by Nadia Digiallonardo.

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!

ACTORIA at the ASTOR ROOM: April 8th, 8-11 pm

Produced and hosted by Josh Bardier and David Johnson, Actoria at the Astor Room (yes, in Astoria) is an awesomely fun evening of cabaret that is FREE. Yeah, no cover, no minimum, just come out and have a good time!

BROADWAY BY THE YEAR 1941-1965: March 30th, 8 pm @ Town Hall

Scott Siegel produces this yearly series which has now entered its 15th year! Jeremy will be singing a tune from the 1961 musical How To Succeed In Business.

THE OLIVER EXPERIMENT by Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thomson, March 27th Reading

Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thompson have written a very cool show called The Oliver Experiment. Mr. Morse will be playing a variety of character parts and will do his best to make people laugh at his use of outrageous accents. Direction by David Elliot and music direction by Dan Pardo.

“ALL U2” Hosted by Maxine Linehan at Birdland, March 16th @ 9:30 pm

Scott Siegel and Maxine Linehan produce this benefit concert for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at Birdland on March 16th. Jeremy will be singing a couple of tunes!

THE GREENWOOD TREE, Musical Theatre Factory, March 9th @ 8pm

Jeremy will be playing the role of Puck in Will Reynolds’ show The Greenwood Tree at the Musical Theatre Factory. Direction by Sarna Lapine, music direction by Max Mamon.

JUNIE B’S ESSENTIAL SURVIVAL GUIDE, Theatreworks USA @ Town Hall, February 25th

Jeremy will be playing the part of Herb/Mr. Scary/The Principal on the NYC-minitour of Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich’s new Junie B. Jone’s musical with Theatreworks USA. Direction by Peter Flynn, Choreography by Dev Janki.

Broadway World Cabaret Awards, February 23rd 6:30-8:30 pm

Jeremy will be singing the tunes of Joe Iconis at this year’s Broadway World Cabaret Awards.

BROOKLYN SOUND: Episode 1, Josiah and the Teeth, February 15th

Julia Mattison has written some hilarious material for a web series titled BROOKLYN SOUND, in which she is also starring. Jeremy was a part of the pilot episode and played the character Corn who is a member of the band Josiah and the Teeth. Jeremy sported a chin beard and yellow teeth.

UNCHARTED Launch Concert @ Ars Nova - February 13th, 8 pm

Will Aronson has been selected as one of Ars Nova’s 2015-2016 writers-in-residence and to celebrate the start of his collaboration with Ars and Will’s writing partner Sarah Hammond, they did a set of his work at the Uncharted Launch Concert. Jeremy sang Will’s tune “Word for Word” from The Trouble With Doug alongside Michael Winther.

A-Sides the songs of Anna Jacobs @ The Laurie Beechman: Monday, February 9th at 9:30 pm

The wonderful composer/lyricist/playwright Anna K. Jacobs will be presenting an evening of her work at the Walter Bruno Auditorium at Lincoln Center/NYPL. Jeremy will be singing some of her tunes! Wahoo!

NIKOLA TESLA DROPS THE BEAT @ MTF: Saturday, February 7th at 8 pm

Benjamin Halstead and Nikko Benson are presenting the first act of their new show about the life and inventions of Nikla Tesla at the Musical Theatre Factory. Jeremy will be reading and singing the role of Nikla Tesla.

ONEIDA Workshop, January 31st

Lizzie Hagstedt will be doing a little workshop of her kickass show ONEIDA. Direction by Celine Rosenthal.

The Songs of F. Michael Haynie @ 54 Below - January 23rd, 11:30 pm

Jeremy will be singing a delightfully hilarious tune of F. Michael Haynie’s in midtown’s fanciest basement supper club, 54 Below, on Jan 23rd at the early hour of 11:30 pm. 


Jeremy is taking part in a reading of a new show written by Scotty Arnold, concept by Jessica Redish, featuring songs and scenes from Allegro, music by Richard Rodgers with book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. The show will be featured at the Ravinia festival outside Chicago this summer.


7th Annual Joe Iconis Xmas Spectacular @ 54 Below, Dec 19th and 20th, 8 and 11 pm

For the 7th consecutive year, Joe Iconis brought his joyous Xmas Spectacular to NYC audiences. About 50 actors, actresses, and musicians descended upon 54 Below to make this magic happen. It is...well...truly spectacular.

MEN WITH MONEY at 4x15 Musicals @ MTF: Dec 15th, 8 pm at Musical Theatre Factory

Jeremy will be a part of Bill Nelson and Joseph Trefler’s 15 minute presentation of their new musical Men With Money at the Musical Theatre Factory’s next installment of 4x15 Musicals on December 15th. Directed by Joe Barros!

SKIPPYJON JONES 2: SNOW WHAT!?! with Theatreworks USA, Dec 15th

Jeremy will be taking on the roles of Mama Junebug, the Wicked Bruja, and Ernesto the Chihuahua in this workshop of Kevin Del Aguila and Eli Bolin’s new show for Theatreworks USA. Directed by Kevin Del Aguila, Choreography by Joe Barros and Music Direction by Dan Pardo.

HUNTER S. THOMPSON Reading through La Jolla Playhouse

La Jolla Playhouse is producing a reading in NYC of a new musical by Joe Iconis and Greg Moss based on the life of Hunter S. Thompson. Jeremy is playing various roles including Ralph Steadman, Richard Nixon, A Lizard in A Tuxedo and many more. Directed by Christopher Ashley.

BEFORE I GO: Daniel Maté Says Goodbye In Concert, Tuesday Dec 9th 7 pm @ Don’t Tell Mama

The insanely talented Daniel Maté is heading out to live on the beautiful west coast, but before he leaves he’s putting on a couple of concerts at Don’t Tell Mama with his pals. Jeremy is one of those pals and will be singing at the Dec 9th concert. Woo hoo!

Something Blue @ NYTB, Monday November 17th @ 7:30 pm

Jeremy will be singing some brand spankin’ new songs by Julia Meinwald and Gordon Leary from their new show Something Blue at the New York Theatre Barn on November 17th.

Prospect Theatre Co’s THE UNDERCLASSMAN @ The Duke on 42nd St: Nov 9th - 30th

Jeremy will be playing the role of Hamilton Samuels in Prospect Theatre Company’s production of THE UNDERCLASSMAN at the Duke Theatre on 42nd St. This is a story inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald in his college years, his love for Ginevra King, and the antics of the Princeton Triangle Club. Music and Lyrics by Peter Mills, Book by Cara Reichel and Peter Mills, Directed by Cara Reichel.

MONSTERSONGS + Joe Iconis & Family Spooktacular @ The Laurie Beechman, October 31st, 7/ 9 pm

Jeremy will be performing in a couple of spooky concerts on this year’s Hallow’s Eve at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. The first is Monstersongs featuring the songs of Rob Rokicki, then after that is the annual Joe Iconis Spooktacular where Jeremy will be reprising his role as a skeleton.

RUBY MANGER: STILL GOT IT at 54 Below, October 27th @ 9:30 pm

Jeremy had the honor of playing Ruby Manger’s Telegram Boy in this amazing show which is written and conceived by Julia Mattison, direction by Max Friedman, with music and lyrics co-written by Noel Carey, and orchestrations by Charlie Rosen.

NAMT Songwriters Showcase @ New World Stages, October 24th, 2 pm

Jeremy will be a part of this fun little NAMT event and sing on a song by Michael Mahler and Aaron Thielen from their new musical October Sky. Directed by Branden Huldeen.

MUSE MATCH 3 @ 54 Below, October 24th @ 11:30 pm

In a concert series that is conceived, produced and organized by Bill Coyne that pairs composers/lyricists with performers, Jeremy will be singing a new song written by Adam Overett and Aron Accurso.

BLOODSONG OF LOVE @ 54 Below, October 20th @ 7 & 9:30 pm

Yeah, it’s back. After many years of waiting in the sunset, this kickass spaghetti western rock n’ roll musical is back at 54 Below on October 20th. Lo Cocodrilo is back baby! Written by Joe Iconis, produced by Jennifer Ashley Tepper, directed by John Simpkins!

.NYC Press Conference

The Musical Theatre Factory performed “In New York” for a group of fancy Mayoral onlookers at the .NYC launch event at the Flatiron Plaza on 23rd Street by Madison Square Park. There was free pudding.

THE SONGWRITER SALON @ The Celebrity Club in Times Square, October 2nd, 7:30 pm

This awesome little event features five writers/writing teams and gives them 15 minutes to debut their material in any way they like. Jeremy got the chance to sing the tunes of Sam Salmond and premiere some of his new music from his newest show 86-ed with Eric William Morris. 

MUSIC FOR AUTISM Concert on September 21st

Joe Iconis and Family will be playing a concert for this amazing foundation which enhances the quality of life and raises public awareness through autism-friendly interactive concerts for individuals with autism and their families. I am so excited to be a part of such a great program and to perform for such a great audience :)

LITTLE BITTERS by David Alan Thornton @ Galway Pub: September 15th, 6 pm

This original musical by David Alan Thornton is getting a fun little reading at Galway Pub. The cast includes the indefatigable Bill Coyne, the illustrious Lauren Marcus, and many more. Directed by Celine Rosenthal. Jeremy will be playing the “up-by-his-bootstraps romantic” role of Mikey.

Theatremania Street Fair @ East 74th & 3rd Ave: Sunday September 7th, 3 pm

Mr. Iconis and his marry band played a set on 3rd Avenue for the Theatremania Street Fair. It was our 3rd Ave Debut!

One Woman Show - After Party! @ MTF: Thursday September 4th, 10:30 pm

Joe Iconis and family played a fun little set to send our good friend Shakina off to Thailand!

Musical Theatre Factory Benefit @ Joe’s Pub: Monday August 25th, 9:30 pm

A night where MTF writers and composers will be showcasing the greatest hits from the Factory’s first summer of unique developmental programs and concerts. Jeremy will be singing a kickass tune by Nikko Benson!

NAMT Songwriter Spotlight @ 54 Below: Monday August 25th, 7 pm

Jeremy will be singing the tunes of Joe Iconis as a part of NAMT’s Songwriter Spotlight. The evening is produced and directed by Branden Huldeen and all proceeds will go to support NAMT!

The Barn at TriArts Sharon Playhouse: August 21st @ Late pm

Jeremy will be singing some Iconis tunes at the badass second stage space (yeah, it’s a real live barn) at TriArts Sharon Playhouse on August 21st immediately following the performance of Little Mermaid.

FROM MARKY MARK TO MICHAEL - Pop Music of the 90’s @ 54 Below: Friday August 8th, 11 pm

Jeremy will be doing his best Ben Folds impression in this concert featuring the best pop music of the 90’s. Bring your discman, your pogs and a VHS tape of your favorite episode of Dawson’s Creek. It’s gonna be rad. Conceived and music directed by Greg Kenna and directed by John Moauro. All proceeds to go The Situation Project.

JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY @ Weston Playhouse: Sunday August 3rd, 7:30 pm

Joe and his merry band of traveling minstrels head up to Weston Playhouse to play some tunes and enjoy some delicious maple syrup in Weston, Vermont.

NIKKO BENSON: The Pursuit of Magic @ Musical Theatre Factory: Friday July 25th, 8 pm

Jeremy makes his Musical Theatre Factory debut singing the songs of Nikko Benson at the new Musical Theatre Factory space at 250 West 40th Street (4th Floor).

BROADWAY BY THE YEAR 1990-2014: June 23rd, 8 pm @ Town Hall

Jeremy sang a little tune from Newsies at this 25 Year installment of Broadway By The Year. Produced and hosted by Scott Siegel!

Finch in HOW TO SUCCEED... @ Riverside Theatre and Walnut Street Theatre: April - July 2014

Jeremy will be playing the role of J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying at Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, FL and the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, PA this summer.

Ridiculously Talented Part II: Hosted by William Finn, March 3rd - 9:30 pm @ 54 Below

Jeremy will be singing a couple tunes in the second edition of this concert series hosted by William Finn, produced/directed by Shakina Nayfack. Great songs, great performers, it’s just gonna be great.

Muse Match - February 24th 11:30 pm @ 54 Below - Hosted by Bill Coyne

Jeremy will be singing a tune by Rob Rokicki at this awesome event produced, organized, and hosted by Bill Coyne. Tons of great writers and performers come together for a night kickass artistic collaboration supporting the Boys and Girls Club.

2nd Annual Broadway Charity Songs - February 24th, 7 pm @ Le Poisson Rouge

Jeremy will be singing an awesome song by Noel Carey with the incredibly talented Julia Mattison at this evening of song at Le Poisson Rouge. There will be songs by Adam Gwon, Daniel Mate, Andrew Lippa, and more.

David Alan Thornton vs. The Sad Robot, Feb 17th, 11:30 pm @ 54 Below

In 2012 there was a concert where DAT wrote a 10 minute musical about a Tiny Hippo. Jeremy will be reprising his role as the Tiny Hippo in this late night musical extravaganza at 54 Below.

#BIGLOVEWKND @ the Ace Hotel, Feb 16th, 7:30 pm - 3 am

Joe Iconis and his motley crew are playing at this awesome benefit where this cool dude called the Bearded Yogi is presenting a weekend of transformational yoga to celebrate the meaning of karma yoga/selfless giving. Also Sarah Neufeld of Arcade Fire will be playing at the late night dance party. YOGA!


Noah Claypole in OLIVER @ Paper Mill Playhouse, Nov 21 - Dec 29

Jeremy will be playing the role of Noah Claypole in Papermill Playhouse’s upcoming production of Oliver directed by Mark S. Hoebee with choreography by JoAnn Hunter and music direction by Craig Barna!

CYRANO DE BURGERSHACK Reading, Feb 7th @ 54 Below

Stageworks Media will be presenting a reading of Jeremy Desmon’s adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s play, where Jeremy Morse (this Jeremy) will be playing the role of Hot Todd. Directed by Jeremy Dobrish. That’s a lot of Jeremy’s on one project...

THE DISAPPEARING MAN @ Cloud City in Williamsburg, Brooklyn: Jan 17-20, 23-25

Jeremy will be playing a clown named Harvey in a staged reading of Jahn Sood’s The Disappearing Man. Directed and produced by Shakina!

JOE ICONIS CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR @ 54 Below, Dec 20th and 21st, 8 and 11 pm

Jeremy will be taking part in this annual Xmas blowout, but only for the late shows. Come out and see this kickass show, but be ready for candy canes, mistletoe, eggnog, whiskey and much holiday debauchery!


William Finn hosts this evening of song on Dec 16th at 54 Below. There will be great songs, great performances, great company, and great merriment. It’s gonna be great and Jeremy will be singing a song about a sandwich.

THE BLACK SUITS @ CTG: Asst Choreographer to Jen Werner

Jeremy will be Jen Werner’s assistant in the upcoming production of The Black Suits playing this November at the Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles, CA. Put yer Black Suits on!

JOE ICONIS & FAMILY @ 54 Below: Oct 12th and 18th

Joe Iconis and Family are back at 54 Below for some spooky pre-Halloween concerts. How spooky you may ask? Well...I’m not exactly sure yet, but they’ll be spooky enough to keep you in your seats.

JOE ICONIS & FAMILY in the Hills of Hollywood!: Sept 18-22

Joe Iconis and Family are heading out for a weekend in the Hollywood Hills to perform in two benefit concerts: A Center Theatre Group Benefit and then a swanky concert called The Bel Air Affair.

HELLO, DOLLY! @ GOODSPEED OPERA HOUSE: June 28th - September 14th

Jeremy reprised the role of Barnaby in Goodspeed’s 2013 production of Hello, Dolly! Directed by Daniel Goldstein (B’way’s Godspell) with choreography by Kelli Barclay and music direction by Michael O’Flaherty.

ANTTunes Edition 6 @ Ars Nova: June 10th @ 7 pm & Joe Iconis and Family in the Ars Nova Loft

Jeremy sang the tunes of Sam Salmond as a part of Ars Nova’s ANT Fest on June 10th. Then afterwards went upstairs to the loft to sing some Joe Iconis tunes. Good times at Ars Nova. Good times.

Ars Nova 10th Anniversary Benefit: May 20th

Jeremy joins the cast of Bloodsong of Love to sing at Ars Nova’s 10th Anniversary Party on May 20th!

NEUROSIS Reading: May 19th

Jeremy will be taking part in a casual reading of Neurosis on May 19th. There will be snacks...I hope. Direction by Andy Sandberg. Written by the amazing Greg Edwards (lyrics), Ben Green (music), and Allan Rice (book)!

SAM AND ALEX WITH A “Z” @ The Laurie Beechman: May 13th, 10 pm

Come out for a night of tunes from rising musical theatre songwriters Alexander Sage Oyen and Sam Salmond. There'll be songs you've never heard before, songs you have heard and songs that you maybe you wish you hadn't... (Yeah. THAT one.)

TWO LEGIT TO QUIT @ The Laurie Beechman: May 14th @ 7 pm

This is an evening of riff-free music theatre songs organized and hosted by Ryan Speakman. Jeremy will be singing with Caitlyn Caughell, Kat Papacostas, Meg Bussert, Melanie Field, and more! The amazing Caleb Hoyer will be music directing. Getcher tickets noooow! 


Jeremy will be playing the role of Gangster # 1 in The Drowsy Chaperone at North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh, NC. Directed by Casey Hushion. More info to come soon!

JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY @ 54 BELOW: April 15th & May 5th @ 7 pm, April 20th & 26th @ 11 pm

After a sold-out holiday run, musical theater writer Joe Iconis is proud to bring his unique mash-up of showtune cabaret and rock and roll jamboree back to 54 Below. Join Mr. Iconis and his merry band of musical theater punks as they roar their way through a set of Joe’s incendiary songs.

CRAZY TONY’S Reading, April 10th

Jeremy will be taking part in a read through of David Alan Thornton’s new musical Crazy Tony’s on March 10th.


Jeremy will be taking part in a read through of Joe Iconis and Greg Moss’ new work, The Hunter S. Thompson Project, at Broadway Across America.

THE DISAPPEARING MAN by Jahn Sood, Directed by Shakina Nayfack

Jeremy will be playing a clown named Harvey in this concert version of Jahn Sood’s The Disappearing Man on April 8th @ Joe’s Pub! Starring Jason “Sweettooth” Williams, Margo Seibert, Lorinda Lisitza and more. Direction by Shakina and Music Direction by Brian Cavanaugh-Strong.


Jenny Stafford will have her awesome lyrics featured in the Lincoln Center Broadway’s Future Songbook series. At Bruno Walter Auditorium on Monday, March 25th at 6 pm. Jeremy will be singing some tunes!

GEORAMA Reading @ AMAS: March 7th

Jeremy will be reading the character of John in the AMAS reading of GEORAMA by Jack Herrick, Matt Schatz, and West Hyler. Direction by West Hyler. And the amazing Jason “SweetTooth” Williams will beon board for his project!

UNSUNG MENKEN @ 54 Below - March 6th, 9:30 pm

Music direction by Caleb Hoyer, Directed by MK Lawson, this evening will feature the lesser known tunes of Alan Menken. More info coming soon!

THE DISAPPEARING MAN by Jahn Sood, Directed by Shakina Nayfack

Jeremy will be playing a clown named Harvey in this workshop of Jahn Sood’s The Disappearing Man. Direction by Shakina Nayfack. Presentation on March 3rd.

TILLY THE TRICKSTER, by Drew Fornarola and Jeremy Dobrish: March 1st @ 3 pm

Based on the book by Molly Shannon, Tilly The Trickster, will be directed by Jeremy Dobrish with music direction by Sam Willmott and produced by Sean Cercone. Jeremy will play the part of Luke.

CLONED! THE MUSICAL @ The York Theatre Company: February 20th, 3 pm

Jeremy will be playing the role of Wally Waterman in this York Theatre Co. reading of Cloned! The Musical by Adam Spiegel (music), Dan Wolpow (lyrics) and Jacey Powers (book). Direction by Rachel Dart, Music Direction by Joe Kinosian.

TOO LEGIT TO QUIT @ The Laurie Beechman: February 17th, 9:30 pm

This is an evening of classical music theatre songs organized by Ryan Speakman. Jeremy will be singing with Caitlyn Caughell, Meg Bussert, Melanie Field, and more!

HEARTTHROBS @ TriArts Playhouse, Sharon CT: February 16th, 6 pm

This is a magical evening of Joe Iconis music (and special cover tunes) at TriArts Playhouse. Directed by John Simpkins with performances by myself, Lauren Marcus, Jason “Sweettooth Williams” and Jared Weiss!


Directed by Jeremy Dobrish, with songs, lyrics, and books by so many different writers I couldn’t possibly list everyone, The Teacher from the Black Lagoon is being workshopped by Theatreworks USA. Jeremy will play many different crazy characters, a scared cat to a saxophone playing grasshopper to a mouse professor. Presentations on February 4th.

SONGS FROM “JUNK” @ Joe’s Pub - Jan 18th, 11:30 pm

Jeremy’s singing some of the best from JUNK: A ROCK OPERA at Joe’s pub, Jan 18th, 11:30 pm with performances by Rebecca Naomi Jones, Katrina Rose Diderickson, Paul Louis Lessard, and other people with three the awesome Freddie Kimmel and Tony Vincent too.

BROADWAY’S FUTURE: THE SONGS OF SAM SALMOND @ Lincoln Center - Jan 14th, 6pm

Jeremy is singing the tunes of Sam Salmond on January 14th, 6 pm at Bruno Walter Auditorium @ Lincoln Center. Awesome people like Jason “SweetTooth” Williams, Anne L. Nathan and more are also singing these badass tunes. Oh, and it’s free! So bring all your frugal friends!


JOE ICONIS CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR @ 54 Below: Dec 14th, 15th - 8 pm and 11 pm

Joe Iconis and his band of merry munchkins put on a holiday show of epic proportions. This time at the chic and ever immaculate 54 Below! It’s gonna be raucous and amazing! Click HERE for the festive details!

THE MOST CHRISTMASSY CHRISTMAS @ the Laurie Beechman: Dec 19th, 9:30 pm

On Dec 19th, 9:30 pm at the Laurie Beechman! An evening of awesome new songs by some crazy talented lyricists and composers including: Scotty Arnold, Alana Jacoby, Jenny Stafford, Sam Salmond, and Salomon Lerner to name a few. Directed by the illustrious Sam Pinkleton with a special appearance by Sir William Finn. Oh and Lance Rubin and Eric William Morris are gonna be in it too. It’s gonna be wild!

POEMS AND MOON SONGS: The Music of Will Reynolds

Libra Theatre Company is featuring the music of Will Reynolds at the Underground Lounge from Nov 10th to the 12th. This concert will also occur at Bruno Walter Auditorium on November 26th at 6 pm!


Jeremy will be taking part in a reading of this new musical. Produced and directed by the amazing Andy Sandberg with a presentation on November 8th! Written by Ben Green, Allan Rice, and Greg Edwards. They are all rockstars.

THE CIVIL WAR Theatreworks USA Minitour-Workshop, Oct 16th - 29th

Jeremy will be playing the role of Johnny in this fall’s minitour-workshop of Art Perlman (book and lyrics) and Jeff Lunden’s (music) The Civil War. Direction by Jonathan Silverstein and Choreography by Tracy Bersley.

BONFIRE NIGHT @ National Alliance for Musical Theatre

Jeremy played the role of Tresham at Justin Levine’s Bonfire Night at the 2012 NAMT festival. Directed by Sam Buntrock, with music direction by Kim Grigsby, this show is badass. Cast included Andre DeShields, Chester Gregory, Wade McCollum, Chris Hoch, and other musical theatre rockstars.

BOUND FOR BROADWAY XII @ The Kaufman Center, 7:30 pm on Sept 24th

Jeremy will be portraying Hal from Jason Rhyne’s and Stephen Weiner’s Rocket Science. Hosted by Liz Callaway, this concert will let audiences know about some of the best new shows currently in development, including Watt!?!, The Dogs of Pripyat, The Great American Mousical, and Murder for Two. Other performers include Jason “SweetTooth” Williams, Barbara Walsh, Stephen Bogardus, and Ken Marks.

THE NEW NOTES CONCERT @ The Duplex, 7 pm on Sept 14th

The Contemporary Traditionalists present an evening of “first ever performances of NEW songs from NEW musicals” written by upcoming composers and lyricists. Jeremy is very excited to be singing a couple of tunes! Music direction by the very short Greg Kenna.

FALL SPRINGS: A MUSICAL DISASTER @ New Dramatists Workshop from Sept 17 - Sept 21

Book and Lyrics by Peter Nachtrieb, Music and Lyrics by Niko Tsakalakos, Directed by Stephen Brackett. Fall Springs... is a musical comedy about a town in danger of sinking into the ground and nobody does anything to stop it until it’s too late. Jeremy will be taking part in this week long workshop adventure with the insanely talented creative team

Rocket Science & “Orphaned” Songs of Caleb Hoyer, NEW YORK THEATRE BARN @ The D-Lounge

On September 10th starting at 7:30 pm, Jeremy will be singing a song by Caleb Hoyer at the New York Theatre Barn D-Lounge, and then appearing as Hal Hefner in Patricia Cotter’s, Jason Rhyne’s and Stephen Weiner’s presentation of their Richard Rodgers award-winning Rocket Science.

RIDICULOUSLY TALENTED... Hosted by William Finn @ Barrington Stage Company, Aug 31 and Sept 1, 8 pm

Jeremy just appeared in this year’s Ridiculously Talented Composers and Lyrics You Probably Don’t Know But Should along with Rebecca Naomi Jones, Alysha Umphress, Amanda Savan, and Joelle Lurie. He sang the music of Joe Iconis, Niko Tsakalakos, Julian Blackmore, and Josh FreilichDirection by Shakina Nayfack, Music Direction by Jeremy Lyons.

THE TROUBLE WITH DOUG @ TheatreWorks Palo Alto

Jeremy is super excited to be playing the role of Doug in THE TROUBLE WITH DOUG at TheatreWorks Palo Alto this summer! Directed by Stephen Brackett with music by Will Aronson, lyrics by Daniel Mate, and book by both Will Aronson and Daniel Mate. This production is part of the TheatreWorks award winning New Works Festival which runs August 5 - 19.

THE NIKO SONGBOOK @ Barrington Stage Co., July 6th and 7th

Jeremy is returning to Barrington Stage Co and Mr. Finn’s Cabaret to sing the songs of Niko Tsakalakos! You loved Niko’s music in Pool Boy, Songs of a Night Owl and Late Nite with Niko.  Direct from his sold-out engagement at NY’s Birdland, singer/songwriter Nikos Tsakalakos returns to Barrington Stage with The Niko Songbook featuring songs old and new!

JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY @ The Laurie Beechman, June 1st and 8th, 9:30 pm, TriArts Playhouse in Sharon, CT - June 23rd, 54 Below - July 16th, 9:30 pm

Iconis and his band of merry ladies and gents comes back to the Beechman with stamping feet, whiskey drinks, and raucous tunes. It’s gonna be fun. New tunes, old tunes, red tunes, blue tunes. Bring your aunts and uncles to this one. AND the fancy gig at 54 Below on July 16th! Bring your rich investor friends to that one too.

STRANGE TAILS @ TriArts in Sharon, CT: June 21st @ 7:30 pm

Jeremy is excited to join the Rob Rokicki/Mike Ruby musicale STRANGE TAILS which will appear at TriArts Sharon Connecticut under the direction of John Simpkins! The show will feature the talents of Lauren Marcus, Jose Restrepo, and Jason “Sweettooth” Williams. Get ready for some animal filled action!

{HICK} Workshop @ Ars Nova in June!

Hey, so Jeremy wrote this little show about this Hick guy and he’s workshopping it at ye ole Ars Nova! It will be a blast and I’m sure the Hick will learn much about love, life, and the pursuit of happiness...More info coming soon!!! 


Jeremy is excited to join the Rob Rokicki/Mike Ruby musicale STRANGE TAILS which will appear at Ars Nova under the direction of John Simpkins! The show will feature the talents of Lauren Marcus, Jose Restrepo, and Jason “Sweettooth” Williams. Get ready for some animal filled action!

JOE ICONIS AND FAMILY @ Barrington Stage Company’s Stage 2, May 25th and 26th

Joe Iconis and his merry band of musical theatre punks return to Barrington this summer for an intimate evening of Iconis tunes, both classic and brand spankin’ new. Featuring singalongs, three hanky ballads, persnickety character pieces, exhilarating stompers and more. Fire up your washboard and polish your whiskey glass - this is new musical theatre at its best!

BROADWAY’S FUTURE CONCERT SERIES with Michael R. Jackson @ Lincoln Center, May 21st 6 pm

Michael R. Jackson is a kick ass composer. Jeremy’s gonna sing some of his tunes at this awesome concert series that appears at the Bruno Walter Auditorium in the Lincoln Center Library. And it’s free!!!

DAVID ALAN THORNTON VS. THE TINY HIPPO @ Laurie Beechman, May 15th - 9:30 pm

This evening’s featured work will be “Tiny Hippo and his Tiny Train” which is based on the comic by Reza Farazmand, creator of “Poorly Drawn Lines.” The cast features Sally Eidman, Eric Imhoff, Jeremy Morse, Lauren Marcus, and more! So get ready for great music, good times, and a big (or tiny) adventure!

TWELFTH NIGHT or WHAT YOU WILL @ The Underground Lounge

A story of mistaken identities. Malicious tricks. Tangled love affairs. And when Libra Theater Company overtakes the Underground Lounge this spring for the uproarious romantic comedy What You Will (…or 12th Night), you’ll get to see all the trouble close up at a bar party filled with drinking, music, and good-natured fun. Directed by Evan Mueller. Jeremy will be playing the role of Sir Toby Belch. May 1st - May 12th!

BROADWAY RECYCLED @ Joe’s Pub, April 22nd - 7 pm

AT HAND THEATRE COMPANY’s 3rd annual Earth Day concert of songs cut from musicals – songs that shouldn’t go to waste – benefits the Broadway Green Alliance and At Hand Theatre Company. The concert will be directed by Jennifer Ashley Tepper with musical direction by Julie McBride.

Broadway’s Future presents: The Songs of Rob Rokicki, March 26th, 6 pm - 7:30 pm @ Lincoln Center

Arts and Artists at St. Paul continues its 2012 Songbook: Broadway’s Future concert series with the songs of Mr. Rob Rokicki is produced and directed by John Znidarsic. Guess what...this shizzuh is FREE! So just show up and get in line for some awesome tunes with awesome performers and awesome instrumentals! Exclamation points!!!

MARTHA SPEAKS! - Theatreworks USA Minitour Workshop, March 21 - March 29

In this kooky children’s show, Jeremy will get to play an evil Innkeeper, Lizzie the Tween, a German Scientist, as well as a dog named Maurice. Directed and Choreographed by Dev Janki, this little gig should be a boat load of fun because of the talking dogs...yes...that’s right...Martha does speak...

LIBRA THEATRE COMPANY - Songs You Should Know, February 6th, 9:30 pm @ The Laurie Beechman

Jeremy will be MC-ing this event alongside Jen Tepper for the Libra Theatre Company this February. Songs by Adam Gwon, Bobby Cronin, Joshua H. Cohen, Carner and Gregor, and many more awesome writers! Reserve now as this is one night only -

TEDx BROADWAY with Joe Iconis @ New World Stages, Stage 4, January 23rd, All Day Event!

A WONDERFUL LIFE @ John W. Engeman Theatre, Nov 22nd to Jan 8th

Jeremy will be performing the role of Ernie in the Christmas time favorite, A Wonderful Life. He will also take on the duties of Associate Choreographer, Assistant Director, and Dance Captain. Directed by John Simpkins, Choreographed by Jen Werner, Musical Direction by James Cunningham.


CAMELOT @ John W. Engeman TheatreSept 15th - Nov 6th

Jeremy will be playing the role of Mordred in Camelot at the John W. Engeman Theatre in Northport, Long Island. Directed by Alan Souza!

Joe Iconis HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR @ The Laurie Beechman, October 31st

There is gonna be a lot of candy and potentially even more musical tricks and treats. With a cast as grand, as talented, and as flexible as the 3rd national tour of Cats, this night will take you to the edge of fear and back. You’ll be stretching your calves in the morning and nursing a tummy ache from all that candy corn consumed...

BLOODSONG OF LOVE @ N.A.M.T, October 27th, 4:15 PM and October 28th, 11:15 am

Jeremy will be reprising the roles of Lo Cocodrilo/Hick-in-Overalls in Joe Iconis’s Bloodsong of Love at this year’s N.A.M.T. festival (National Alliance for Musical Theatre) at New World Stages. Bloodsong was nominated for three Drama Desk Awards in 2010: Best Music (Joe Iconis), Best Book of a Musical (Joe Iconis), and Best Featured Actor in a Musical (Jeremy Morse). Directed by John Simpkins.

THE MORTALITY PLAY @ Ars Nova ANT FEST, October 24th, 8 PM

Directed by West Hyler, Music by Scotty Arnold and Words by Alana Jacoby, this awesome musical about plague-ridden London will be a part of the Ant Fest series at Ars Nova. Here ye, here ye, come one, come all!

3 Rounds with Joe Iconis @ NYMF, October 10th

An epic night of Joe Iconis. 3 Rounds. 3 Sets. All Iconis. This is one of those nights which will go down in the Iconis ages. Can you outlast Joe and the gang? Come out and test your limits. There will be more songs and more hours of NYMF-tastic Joe Iconis fun than you’ve ever experience before. Epic. That’s all I have to say...

Sondheim Unplugged, August 29th

Jeremy will join Joseph Iconis and his family of musical maniacs in singing a delightful tune at the Laurie Beechman’s Sondheim Unplugged this upcoming Monday, August 29th. Boo yah.

Hellraisers - Barrington Stage Co., August 8th - 14th

Joe Iconis and his band of merry songsters head out to sing his tunes in a concert series at Barrington Stage. One week of fun in the Berkshires!

A Whole Lot of Teeth and Polyester, August 7th

Jeremy will take part in a reading of this new musical with book, lyrics, and music by Ronald Duncan, co-composed/arranged by Jesse Sklar and Jeremy Shaskus.

Joe Iconis And Family at the Laurie Beechman, August 5th, 9 pm

Joe Iconis and his band of hooligans are singing some awesome tunes at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in Midtown Manhattan. Come rock out and get 2 for 1 drinks!

SPAMALOT @ Gateway Playhouse, July 13th to July 30th

Jeremy is super excited to make his Gateway Playhouse debut as Patsy/Mayor/Guard 2 in Spamalot this summer. Directed by Keith Andrews!

Good Clean Music: Another Michael R. Jackson Song Thing, Monday June 27th, 9:30 PM @ The Laurie Beechman

Michael R. Jackson presents an evening of his songs at the Laurie Beechman. This man is known for his controversial songs and lyrics...and on this night, he will change the way you think of him...

Unsung Menken: Sunday June 19th at 7 PM - The Laurie Beechman

A one-night only concert directed by MK Lawson and music directed/arranged by Caleb Hoyer featuring the lesser-known songs of Alan Menken, one of the most well-known film and theatre composers of our time. Featuring Joe Iconis, Debbie Shapiro Gravitte, Liz Larsen, Badia Farha, Jeremy Morse and many more!

The Music of Mike Pettry at the D-Lounge: May 30th, 7:30 pm

2007 Jonathan Larson Award winner Mike Pettry heads to the D-Lounge for an evening of material from his new song cycle SNAP. Featuring Carrie Manolakos, Jason “Sweettooth” Williams, Lauren Marcus, Lorinda Lisitza, Jenny Donoghue, and Jeremy Morse, with direction by Laura Brandel, this evening was a true musical delight. 

WHEN THE WORLD ENDS - a new musical by Nick Blaemire: May 20th, 3 pm

Jeremy assisted director John Simpkins on the new musical by Nick Blaemire being workshopped at Ars Nova the week of May 16th

HELLO, DOLLY! at North Carolina Theatre: May 7 - 14                                                                              

Jeremy is super excited to get the chance to play the role of Barnaby in North Carolina Theatre’s production of Hello Dolly! starring Jacqueline Piro Donovan, and directed by Casey Hushion.

The Tall and Short of It - An Intimate Evening with Greg and Jeremy - April 22nd, 7 pm @ the Duplex

Jeremy and Greg put on an evening of comic songs and joyful banter telling the story of their friendship whilst throwing around hateful height jokes.

Theatre Of Rock (People You Know Singing Songs You Don’t) - April 18th, 9 PM @ The Laurie Beechman

Directed by Paul Stancato, Music by Chris Blisset and Matt Uremovich

The Mortality Play - April 12th, Tisch Grad Music Theatre Writing Program Reading

Directed by West Hyler, Music by Scotty Arnold and Words by Alana Jacoby

MAC Awards - April 12th, 6:30 pm @ The Duplex

Jeremy will get to sing the MAC Award nominated song “We Are The Meek” (by composer/lyricist Garry Novikoff) with the awesome Shannon Amiry, Brad Greer, and Pauline Pisano, with direction by Lisa Moss, at the MAC Awards this year.

If It Only Even Runs A Minute 6 - March 28th, 7:30 PM @ Le Poisson Rouge

Presented by Jen Tepper, Kevin Michael Murphy, and Caleb Hoyer

The Importance of Being Not So Earnest - March 26th, 7:30 PM @ Parkside Lounge

An Evening Directed by Rachel Dart - No cover charge y’all! Come and have 2 drinks and watch me sing some funny songs at the Parkside Lounge!

Joe Iconis And Family Present “The Friday Night Commotion: Jan 28th, 10 pm @ The Laurie Beechman

The next installment of Joe Iconis’ Family Band will be at the Laurie Beechman on January 28th at 10 pm. Featuring a cast of regulars and a few special guests, this evening is sure to be a blast for one and all. Bring your mom, bring your friends, bring your dog! Just be there...or be SQUARE!

Sweettooth: Hits from the Cookie Jar: Jan 24th, 9:30 pm @ The Laurie Beechman

Jason Sweettooth Williams is presenting an evening of song, charm, and maybe some sweet treats to satisfy your pang for dessert. Featuring a bevy of his friends (including Mr. Morse), this concerto will be a delight for all. Make your reservations now and grab a cookie from Sweettooth’s cookie jar at the Beechman...


New Year’s At Ars Nova: Dec 31 2010 to Jan 1 2011 @ Ars Nova

The Joe Iconis Family band looked like a pack of rats...I mean the Rat Pack...and rocked out for the New Year on the Ars Nova stage. Jeremy learned how to play Craps and lost a lot of fake money that night in the Penthouse Casino.

The Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular: Dec 15 - 17 @ Ars Nova

Directed by John Simpkins and written by Joe Iconis, the Joe Iconis Xmas Spectacular took place at Ars Nova with 4 performances from Dec 15th-17th. Featuring a cast too big and too spectacular to list here, the spectacular was jam packed with comedy and xmas spirit more concentrated that pure cocaine.

Piano Party At Le Poisson Rouge: Dec 5, 9:30 pm

Kevin Michael Murphy and Caleb Hoyer host this awesome evening of song in the lounge at Le Poisson Rouge in the heart of Greenwich Village. Jeremy will be performing a couple of funny songs at the Piano Party which will be devoted to comedy. Come and join in on the fun!

NEXT Concert - Music of Thomson and Mann: Dec 1, 7 pm @ The Duplex

Sam Heldt, Alicia Krakauer and Erica Ruff present an evening of songs by the Thomson&Mann music team at the Duplex at 7 pm.

Take A Number: The Songs of Garry Novikoff: Nov 13, 7 pm @ The Duplex

Directed by Lisa Moss, an evening of songs by the awesome composer Garry Novikoff will be presented at the Duplex on Nov 13th at 7 pm. Featuring Shannon Amiry, Brad Greer, Pauline Pisano and Jeremy Morse with musical direction by Jessica Stewart. Come on out to hear some crazy good original music!

MY FAIR LADY @ The John W. Engeman Theatre: Sep 16 - Oct 31 2010

Jeremy appeared as Harry in the John W. Engeman Theatre’s summer production of My Fair Lady, running from September 16th to October 31st. Located in Northport, Long Island, Jeremy is very excited to be back at the Engeman and to be a part of such an amazing show!

Joe Iconis Halloween Spectacular II: Oct 31, 9:30 pm @ The Laurie Beechman

Jeremy was delighted to play in this year’s Iconis Hallow’s Eve Spectacular. Joe wrote a new song called “My Best Friend The Skeleton” and Jeremy happily dressed the part while singing and shaking opposite of a jolly Eric William Morris who was dolled up in a Captain Crunch outfit.

NEXT Concert - Will Van Dyke: Oct 4, 9:30 pm @ The Duplex

Jeremy is pumped to sing a song by Will Van Dyke at the Duplex on October 4th. Woo hoo!

The Light Princess by Mike Pettry and Lila Rose Kaplan: Sep 22

 Jeremy is excited to be part of the reading of a new musical called The Light Princess by Mike Pettry and Lila Rose Kaplan.

NEXT Concert - Charlie Sohne: Sep 8, 9:30 @ The Duplex

Jeremy is appearing in an evening of lyrics by Charlie Sohne presented by the NEXT team at the Duplex, 61 Christopher St, at 9:30 pm, Sept 8th. Some music by Matt Van Brink and other performances by Cortney Wolfson, Sam Heldt, and talented others. Come out, have a drink, and be merry!

Nightfall Reading - By Caleb Hoyer: August

Caleb Hoyer has written a new amazing musical called Nightfall which Jeremy was incredibly lucky of which to be part. He read the fun character role of Jack, the King’s Steward and participated in the reading and recording session in August of 2010.

The Joe Iconis Rock’n’roll Jamboree: Aug 9, 16, 23, and 30 @ The Laurie Beechman

The music and lyrics of Mr. Iconis performed by his Jambo crew at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. Expect all the old favorites, tons of new tunes, and some very special guests (Felicia Finley 9th, Anthony Rapp 16th, Heidi Blickenstaff 23rd, and Lisa Brescia 30th). Perfect for fans and newbies alike. Whiskeys, kazoos, and sing-alongs. Bring your mother, brother, sister, and significant other.

DAMN YANKEES @ The John W. Engeman Theatre: July 8 - August 28

Jeremy is just appeared as Rocky in the John W. Engeman Theatre’s summer production of Damn Yankees, running from July 8th to August 29th. Located in Northport, Long Island, Jeremy was very excited to make his Engeman debut and to do a show that has to do with baseball. Go Phillies!

2010 Drama Desk Nominations:  May 23rd

The Drama Desk Nominations were announced and Bloodsong received 3 nominations! Joe Iconis received a nomination for Best Book of a Musical and Best Score of a musical, and I was nominated for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical. Crazy times! Go Bloodsong!

BLOODSONG OF LOVE @ Ars Nova: April 1 - May 9

We are in the thick of rehearsals and this story about a Musician on a mission to find a bastard, get his woman back, and be with her again beneath the setting sun is kicking up some musical theatre dust. First preview is on 4/1 and opening night is on 4/15, so get your tickets now!


Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular II: Dec 2009

Jeremy was blessed by St. Nick and Mr. Joe Iconis AGAIN with the honor of portraying Lance’s father in the ‘09 Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular at Ars Nova. December 5th and 6th at 8 PM and a new performance on Dec 5th at 11 PM! Woo!

Bloodsong of Love/Untitled Spaghetti Western Readings: Oct 09, July 09, Mar 09

In 2009, three workshops of Bloodsong of Love occurred at Ars Nova. The show went from a story about a family band to a full blown Spaghetti Western. Jeremy took on the roles of Lo Cocodrilo (villain extraordinaire) and Hick-in-Overalls (self explanatory...) in these awesomely fun 29-hour readings.

Halstead Property - Real Estate Agent Extraordinaire: June 09

Jeremy took the plunge and got his Real Estate License for the State of NY, joining the amazing firm, Halstead Property, LLC. Sooooo, if you need to find an apartment, or know of anyone looking to buy, rent, sell, or lease out, I would greatly appreciate if you send them my way!

QUEEN ESTHER: THE MUSICAL: March 09 @ The Kaufman Center

The Poppyseed Players and The Kaufman Center presented the musical, “Queen Esther” by Josh Salzman and Ryan Cunningham, writers of the hit show, “I Love You Because.” Jeremy portrayed a young, King Achashverosh in this musical about Purim and a King and Queen’s coming of age.


Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular: Dec 08 @ Ars Nova

Jeremy was blessed by St. Nick and Mr. Joe Iconis with the honor of portraying Lance’s father in the 2008 Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular at Ars Nova. It turned out to be a delightful evening of debaucheries, fun, and holiday spirit.

THE PLANT THAT ATE DIRTY SOCKS: Sept - Dec 08, 1st National Tour

Presented by Theatreworks USA, Jeremy was part of the 1st National Tour of “The Plant That Ate Dirty Socks,” written by Joe Iconis. He played the nerdy, neatnik character of Norman and entertained countless 4th graders across the northeast and midwest.

MY FAIR LADY: Aug - Sept 08 @ the Ogunquit Playhouse

Jeremy made his Ogunquit Playhouse debut as a jolly lil’ cockney in Lerner and Loewe’s “My Fair Lady.” Starring Jefferson Mays as Higgens, with Tim Jerome, Conrad John Schuck, Nancy Dussault, and Gail Bennett. Directed by Shaun Kerrison and choreographed by Jen Werner, this production was nominated for 6 IRNE awards.

THE BLACK SUITS: July 08 @ The Public Theatre (SPF)

The Summer Play Festival at the Public Theatre presented their first musical, “The Black Suits,” written by Joe Iconis, directed by John Simpkins, and with choreography by Jen Werner. The cast featured stars Jason Tam, Nick Blaemire, Annie Golden, Krysta Rodgriguez, and more! Jeremy was Assistant Director on the production.

NYU Graduation: May 08

Jeremy graduated from the NYU Steinhardt Program in Vocal Performance - Music Theatre in May of 2008. He performed at Radio City Music Hall and Madison Square Garden for various graduation ceremonies.

Attended NYU’s Steinhardt Program in Vocal Performance - Music Theatre

My college days. Full of many lessons and classes, as well as a couple shows here and there.


.........stuff happened


.........more stuff


Jeremy was born.