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Jeremy Benton

Jeremy is honored to be directing 42nd Street, the show that is most near and dear to his heart. He was last seen at The Lyceum as “Pat Gilbert” in R&H’s State Fair. Favorite performances include: “Fred Astaire” in the Off-Broadway hit Cheek to Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood, “Phil Davis”- National Tour of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (7 seasons), “Bob Hope”- Off Broadway’s Cagney (Astaire Award Nominee), “Billy Lawlor”- 42nd Street (Broadway-opposite Shirley Jones), “Billy Crocker”- National Tour of Anything Goes (opposite Rachel York), “Kenneth Gibson”- Call Me Madam (Lyric Theatre-opposite Beth Leavel), “Bert” – Mary Poppins (Nashville Rep), and he has played “Don Lockwood” in Singin’ in The Rain seven times. Jeremy will be serving as Associate Director/Choreographer for the upcoming Broadway debut of Cagney (the story of Hollywood’s favorite tough guy with tap shoes, Jimmy Cagney) Follow him on IG: @jeremywbenton