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Dan Hoy, a versatile actor and vocalist based in New York, has garnered widespread acclaim from critics nationwide for his exceptional talents on both stage and concert platforms. Praised by critics across the country for his “incredible voice”, “heartrending performances”, and “rousing” stage presence, Dan has established himself as a captivating force in the world of theater and music.


Raised near Cleveland, OH, Dan trained at the Academy for the Performing Arts in Chagrin Falls before obtaining a Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre from Baldwin Wallace University. His upbringing and educational background, enriched by a blend of contemporary and classical training in both theater and music, laid the groundwork for his flourishing career.


Dan made his Broadway debut as a member of the original Broadway cast of Harmony, where he covered 10 separate tracks– including 3 principals whose vocal ranges ranged from countertenor to bass. His contributions extended beyond his vocal prowess, however, as he also served as the production’s assistant dance captain.


Venturing across the United States and Canada, Dan appeared in the original company of the 1st national tour of the CATS revival as Munkustrap, where critics described his performance as “rich,” “bold,” and “engaging,” with one reviewer stating, “Hoy’s performance is stunning. In almost every single scene he is in, he steals… He manages to be a Jellicle star.” His starring turn enticed audiences and showcased his powerful presence and rich voice.

Dan's artistic journey extends beyond Broadway, with a diverse array of off-Broadway and regional credits to his name, including: Between the Lines (Principal Standby/Dance Captain; Daryl Roth/2nd Stage), Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 (Anatole; Idaho Shakespeare), Beautiful (Gerry Goffin; WPPAC), Rock of Ages (Drew; John W. Engeman Theater), Carousel (Billy Bigelow; Off-Brand Opera), Next to Normal (Gabe; Theater on the Square), Pippin (Pippin; Thin Air Theater Company), The Last Five Years (Jamie; Revolution Theatrics), The Glass Menagerie (Jim O’Connor; Big Dog Theatrics), and The Seagull (Trigorin; Arts Haus). Through a variety of genres and characters, Dan has showcased his versatility and highlighted his ability to breathe life into complex roles with authenticity and depth.


In addition to his theatrical endeavors, Dan has graced concert stages around the world with programs that include symphonic premieres at Carnegie Hall, theatrical expansions with Pacific Symphony, solo shows at 54 Below, and composer showcases at Crazy Coqs. Collaborating with renowned orchestras and composers, he has brought his unique blend of vocal prowess and emotional depth to diverse audiences, earning accolades for his dynamic performances.


With a growing list of impressive credits and a reputation for excellence, Dan continues to captivate audiences with his commanding presence– establishing himself as a notable force in both the theater and music industries.

With Love, 

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