Brent recently returned from the national tour of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed by Jack O’Brien; locally, he played Captain Von Trapp at OCPAC and Herr Zeller at the Ahmanson. Other national tours: WEST SIDE STORY (Tony), JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Peter, Simon the Zealot, Keyboards). Off-Broadway: THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS – THE MUSICAL! (also at Laguna Playhouse, the Colony Theatre, Philadelphia’s Prince Theater, the Cape Playhouse and Cincinnati Playhouse-in-the-Park). Here in L.A., he starred as Johnny Blue in Pasadena Playhouse’s premiere of SOUTH STREET, Cosme in SOUVENIR at the Falcon (Garry Marshall) Theatre, Anthony in END OF THE RAINBOW at Int’l. City Theatre, Richard Hannay in THE 39 STEPS at Glendale Centre Theatre, Harold Hill in THE MUSIC MAN and Bob Wallace in WHITE CHRISTMAS (twice) at the Norris in Palos Verdes. He appeared in CITY OF ANGELS, NO STRINGS and SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE with Reprise!, played the quarterback in ZANNA, DON’T! at West Coast Ensemble and an action-movie star in Mitch Albom’s AND THE WINNER IS at Laguna Playhouse. At the Ensemble Theatre in Santa Barbara, he played the Guy in MARRY ME A LITTLE, as well the Guy/Keyboardist in STRIKING TWELVE (which he reprised at Laguna Playhouse). He played Franklin Shepard in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG at Actors Co-op in Hollywood and also appeared in the recent production at the Wallis Annenberg in Beverly Hills. Other credits include Curly McLain in OKLAHOMA!, Sky Masterson in GUYS & DOLLS, Tommy Albright in BRIGADOON, Cliff Bradshaw in CABARET, the title roles in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL and JOSEPH…DREAMCOAT, Romeo in ROMEO & JULIET and Stanley Kowalski in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. Screen work includes COLD CASE and THIRTEEN DAYS with Kevin Costner, his hometown hero.
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