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Between the Lines (u/s Oliver, Frump, and Martin)

Tony Kiser Theater at Second Stage

June 14th - October 2nd, 2022

 

Between the Lines runs 8 times a week. Dan is an off-stage understudy for this production and will only be appearing in select performances.

Show Description:

“Based on the novel by New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult and her daughter Samantha Van Leer, Between the Lines is an empowering and enchanting new musical for anyone who has ever sought to find their place in the world. An outsider in a new town and a new school, Delilah seeks comfort in the pages of her favorite book, where she feels heard and understood. But as the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur in both extraordinary and astonishing ways, Delilah has to confront whether she alone has the power to rewrite her own story.”

For more information, click below:

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Dan Hoy -- Live @ Feinstein's/54 Below

Feinstein's/54 Below

April 21st, 2022 - 7:00 PM.

 

Dan made his NYC solo cabaret debut at the legendary Feinstein's/54 Below on April 21st, 2022.

Show Description:

“Dan Hoy, star of the first national tour of the CATS revival, makes his NYC solo concert debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below. After a lengthy hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dan is thrilled to return to the music that inspired him throughout his early career. Featuring music from Love Never Dies, Brandi Carlile, Adele, West Side Story, and more, Dan puts his expressive, versatile voice to good use as he explores a variety of genres, songwriters, and themes. Join Dan as he steps into the New York solo spotlight for the first time and learn a bit more about this exciting young artist along the way.”

Check out videos from the evening here:

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CATS as Munkustrap

National Tour of B'Way Revival

Dan was a member of the 1st National Tour from January 2019 - January 2020

Here's what reviewers had to say about Dan:

"Specialty song and dances are filled with bold personality, the most engaging of which is Munkustrap (Dan Hoy), the alpha male protector of the group who also acts as narrator. In a show that can overwhelm the senses with all of its moving parts, his face in stillness is a wonder."

-Broadway World LA, Ellen Dostal

"As a general rule, there is not a true protagonist in 'Cats,' but Hoy’s Munkustrap definitely tries to be in this production. Munkustrap is the show’s emcee and Hoy’s performance is stunning. In almost every single scene he is in, he steals. While Munkustrap is one of the few Jellicle cats that does not receive a musical introduction, he manages to be a Jellicle star."

-The Signal, Emily Nichelle Wolfe

"The band of Jellicles include, among others, the black-and-white-furred Munkustrap (Dan Hoy), the show’s energetic narrator… Dan Hoy is underrated as the narrative’s connective tissue and shines during his persona’s timpani-beating duel with Macavity’s Tyler John Logan"

-LAExcites, Imaan Jalali

"Dan Hoy as Munkustrap has the job of introducing many of the cats to us, and did a lovely job with his rich baritone and kindly expressions. He’s the kind of cat you’d like to adopt. [T]he scary “McCavity The Mystery Cat,” sequence… ended in a rousing cat fight between athletic dancers Brayden Newby, McGee Maddox, and Dan Hoy."

-The Column, Stacey Upton

"In addition to Fuller’s Grizbella, standout actors include Dan Hoy’s “Munkustrap”… Munkustrap is the leader of [J]ellicle cats, and Hoy projected a booming cat-confidence."

-The Rogers Revue, Saya Ghosh

"Some other standouts included the part of Munkustrap who was played by Dan Hoy. He seemed genuinely excited to be on the stage and exuberated that enthusiasm. "

-Broadway World San Antonio, Kathy Strain

"Most notable performances are made by Brandon Michael Nase (Old Deuteronomy), Dan Hoy (Munkustrap), McGee Maddox (Rum Tum Tugger) and PJ DiGaetano (Mistoffellees) who, along with the rest of the cast, all deserve extremely high praise."

-Broadway World Dallas, Kyle Christopher West

"[N]otable performances are given by the entire cast, but specifically Dan Hoy as Munkstrap, Ahren Victory as Sillabub, Caitlin Bond as Victoria and Brandon Michael Nase as Old Deuteronomy."

-Broadway World Atlanta, Lacey Cannon Gonzales

Check out Broadway World's original announcement here:

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Rock of Ages as Drew

John W. Engeman Theater

January 27th - March 13th, 2022

 

Dan is excited to be returning from his COVID performing hiatus with Rock of Ages at the John W. Engeman Theater. If you like 80s rock music, this is the show for you.

 

Rock of Ages runs 7 times weekly, Wednesday to Sunday, with 5 shows each weekend (Friday evening and Saturday/Sunday matinee and evening)

Show Description:

“Rock of Ages tells the story of a small-town girl, a city boy, and a rock ‘n’ roll romance on the Sunset Strip. But when the bar where rock reigns supreme is set to be demolished, it’s up to these wannabe rockers and their band of friends to save the day — and the music. Rock of Ages’ electric score is built around classic rock songs from the 1980s, especially from the famous glam metal bands of that decade. The musical features songs from Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Steve Perry, Poison and Europe, among other well-known rock bands.”

Reviews:

 

"Dan Hoy delivers so much heart as Drew with eyes that embrace the audience and an incredible voice punctuated by sustained notes.” - TBR News

"Drew, excellently portrayed by Dan Hoy, and Sherrie, beautifully portrayed by Bailee Endebrock, are both up-and-comers living on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles... Ms. Endebrock and Mr. Hoy make a wonderful team and have great chemistry. You will absolutely melt at their stellar rendition of 'The Search Is Over'." - BroadwayWorld

"The multi-talented Dan Hoy flawlessly portrayed Drew, the local bartender desperate to make it as a rock star... There was great onstage chemistry between Drew and Sherrie, especially in the steamier scenes. They both gave heartrending performances during the moving romantic number 'The Search Is Over.'" - Smithtown Matters