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Bobby Clark

Tap, MTC, The Studio

Originally from Boston, Bobby Clark began performing professionally at the age of eight in summer stock productions of The Music Man, Oliver, and The King and I. His Broadway / National Tour credits include 42nd Street, Crazy For You, Lady Be Good, Man of LaMancha, and Some Like It Hot with Tony Curtis. Bobby has worked across the country creating roles in Annie 2 at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the American premiere of Divorce Me Darling at the Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, and the world premiere of They Shoot Horses Don’t They? At the Denver Theatre Center. Other regional credits include Girl Crazy at the Seattle Repertory Theatre; A Funny Thing Happened…Forum at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Gypsy at Art Park; Carnival, Ankles Aweigh, the 20th anniversary production of Annie, and the 2023 production of the Jerry Herman musical Mack and Mabel at the Goodspeed Opera House. Bobby has made guest appearances on As the World Turns, The Guiding Light, The Equalizer, and Spencer For Hire. Bobby has a B.A. in English and has studied in New York with Stephen Strimpell at the Herbert Berghoff and Uta Hagen Studio, Carlin Glynn and Gary Swanson from the Actors Studio, and Joane Rosenfels from the Ensemble Studio Theater. He has taught in New York at the Company Space, The Directors Lab, Encorps, Summer Program, and implemented the acting program for Access Broadway - a competition / workshop company, teaching young adults from a dance background an acting technique that explores and encourages their uniqueness.

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