David Hibbard

David Hibbard's mark on 'The Great White Way' would be his 2,197 performances in Broadway's CATS, in the coveted role of the Rum Tum Tugger. Other Broadway credits include, Matthews in Elf The Musical, Billy Elliot, both on Boradway and on the road, Patsy in the Tony Award winning musical Spamalot, the Jester in the revival of Once Upon a Mattress starring Sarah Jessica Parker, creating the role of Bobby/Michael Bennett in A Class Act, and most recently the original Broadway company of Something Rotten! Where he understudied four roles, including Nick Bottom. Other credits include: Encores! Production of Can Can starring Patti Lupone, the world premiere of Maurey Yeston's adaptation of Frank Loesser's Hans Christian Anderson. Off-Broadway he has been seen in Seth Rudetsky's Disaster!, Chess, Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back! And Lincoln Center's benefit of Anything Goes, also starring Patti Lupone. Regional theaters include; Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, St. Louis Muny, Nothshore Music Theatre, Kansas City Starlight, Artpark, Theatre By The Sea and the Guthrie theatre.   David's voice can be heard on numerous television and radio commercials, from investments to chewing gum, and he was the narrator for the Bravo series Page to Screen.  He loves life as a teacher, spending his time at CAP21, Coupe Dance Studio in Nanuet NY, and is one of the artistic directors of Madison Theater's musical theater intensive summer program at Molloy College. David holds a music education degree from The Ohio State University.


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