Jason Forbach has been an actor in New York City for over 14 years. He made his Broadway debut in the 2014 Tony nominated revival of Les Miserables as Enjolras, where he reprised the
role he played on the 25th Anniversary National Tour for 3 years. He also appeared in The
Phantom of the Opera for 3 years with the Las Vegas company and is currently with the 30th
Anniversary company on Broadway. He was a part of the adapted revival of The Secret Garden
that played across the country as Albert Lennox, which is slated to return to Broadway next
season.

 

Jason made his Off-Broadway debut with The New Group at Minetta Lane and appeared in the
ActFrench Festival’s production of A.W.O.L at 59e59 Theater and regionally with companies such as Washington D.C. Shakespeare Theater Company, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival,
Paper Mill Playhouse, 5th Avenue Theater, The Kennedy Center, North Shore Music Theater,
Sacramento Music Circus, and Theater Under the Stars. He has sung on the concert stage at
Carnegie Hall, Omaha Symphony, New Jersey Festival Orchestra, Las Vegas Philharmonic,
Abilene Philharmonic and on the opera stage with Boston Lyric Opera, Fresno Opera and
Central City Opera and was a regional semi-finalist for the Metropolitan Opera National Council
Auditions. He has also performed on T.V.’s “America’s Got Talent”, “Good Morning America”
and “The 68th Annual Tony Awards”. He has three solo albums A New Leading Man,
Revolutionary and Remembering to Dream, all available on iTunes and has appeared on
original cast albums of An American Victory and Song of Solomon with Broadway Records, The
Music Teacher on Bridge Records and Overture on DLC Music.

 

Jason Forbach graduated with his Bachelor of Music in 2000 from University of Missouri-
Columbia where he was the recipient of the Chancellor’s Emerging Artist Award that year. He

went on to complete his Masters with academic distinction at New England Conservatory in
Boston. He currently is an instructor with Broadway Classroom and has maintained a private
voice studio in Manhattan for the past ten years. Jason has taught as a voice teacher / guest
lecturer for such higher education institutions as New York University, Sam Houston University,
University of Texas, Westover School, Avila College, Johnson County Community College,
DePaul University, University of Washington, Cornish School of the Arts, University of Missouri
and University of Connecticut.


Jason is, most recently, an award winning playwright having placed in the New Works of Merit
Playwriting Competition with his play Heathen Hill.

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