Biography: Patrick Burns

Patrick Burns is a New York-based actor, playwright, and musical director. He most recently appeared as Lucas in the LA concert version of Bare: A Pop Opera at the Hudson Theatre. Off Broadway: Still Life at the Golden Age (Bart Hagen); Other Favorite Roles: You're A Good Man Charlie Brown (Schroeder), Ubu Roi (Pa Ubu), Seussical (Yertle/Deaf Who), Bat Boy the Musical (Ned/Clem), As You Like It (Silvius), Twelfth Night (Curio/Priest), Much Ado About Nothing (Friar Frances) and spending three years on UCI's premiere improv troupe: Live Nude People (With Clothes On). Patrick's Musical directing career has taken him to such theatres as the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities, South Coast Repertory and Sacramento Music Circus. He teaches voice lessons in Los Angeles and is also the writer, composer and star of the original one-man-musical, From Foster Care to Fabulous .

He blogs at theghettofabulouspenguin.blogspot.com , where you can find the link to his fan page on Facebook.

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