Tommy J. Dose
Tommy J. Dose is originally from Buffalo, NY but is now proud to call New York his home. He recently toured with Big League Theatricals production of "My Fair Lady" where he performed in the ensemble and understudied Alfred P. Doolittle performing the role numerous times throughout the run.
In New York he appeared in "Hush - A New Musical" which had sold out performances at The Payan Theatre, The Triad, and later Le Poisson Rouge which was performed as a part of the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival.
Regionally Tommy has appeared in Maury Yeston's "Phantom" and "Sweeney Todd" with The Fulton Opera House, "My Fair Lady" with the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, and "Oliver" and "Captain's Courageous" with Cumberland County Playhouse.
In addition he has performed roles in "Urinetown," "Into the Woods," "Assassins," "Oklahoma," and "Madama Butterfly" just to name a few. His performances have brought him around North America and to Japan where he performed on three separate occasions at the Shimoda Music Festival and the Blackship Festival.
Tommy has also appeared in concert and cabaret settings, readings, and on demo recordings.
For more information on Tommy or to contact him visit www.tommyjdose.com