Doug Carfrae

Doug CarfraeOn Broadway and in National Tours, Doug appeared in RAGTIME, the Tony Award winning production of CITY OF ANGELS, THE FANTASTICKS, SHE LOVES ME, THE PAJAMA GAME, MUSIC IS and as a soloist at Radio City Music Hall. He is currently featured in PHANTOM, THE LAS VEGAS SPECTACULAR. A veteran of over one hundred professional productions from coast to coast, he is the recipient of two Los Angeles Drama-Logue Awards for leading roles in MAN OF LA MANCHA and SWEENEY TODD, a Robby Award for SHENANDOAH and a Back Stage Garland Award for his work in the West Coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s PUTTING IT TOGETHER. Other recent credits include RAGTIME for Musical Theatre West and Merry Go Round Playhouse, TITANIC, DAMN YANKEES, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN and MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS at CLO of South Bay Cities, SOUTH PACIFIC with Theater League and San Bernardino CLO, IT’S ONLY A PLAY at the Royal Poinciana in Palm Beach, GUYS & DOLLS at Seattle’s Fifth Avenue Theatre, Harrah’s in Atlantic City and The Desert Inn in Las Vegas, 1776 at St. Louis MUNY and Sacramento Civic and THE MUSIC MAN, ANNIE and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with the Sacramento Music Circus. Other favorite roles include: Juan Peron in EVITA, Fredrick in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, Alan in BABY, Julian Marsh in 42nd STREET, Second Banana in SUGAR BABIES and FROM THE TOP! (with Carol Burnett). On film and television, Doug has been featured on “Frasier”, “Dear John”, “Murder She Wrote”, “Chance of a Lifetime”, “True Identity”, “General Hospital”, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “A Very Brady Christmas”, and “Tomcats”. He proudly serves as the Western Regional Vice President of Actors’ Equity Association and as chairman of its Western Regional Board.


Redhead (Howard Cavanaugh)
Little Mary Sunshine (Oscar Fairfax)
Parade (Judge Roan/Old Soldier)
Jubilee (Cabinet Member, Officer Remington, Messenger, Footman)
Grand Hotel (Preysing)
Allegro (Dr. Joseph Taylor)
Floyd Collins (Bee Doyle)
How Now Dow Jones (Wingate)
The Grass Harp Sheriff Amos Legrand
Working Rex (Winship (corporate executive), Anthony Cleo (stone mason), Joe Gutty (retired))
Where’s Charley (Brassett)
The Robber Bridegroom (Big Harp)
Plain And Fancy (Papa Yoder)
Louisiana Purchase (Dean Joseph T. Manning)