Jeremy is excited to be playing famed psychoanalyst, Carl Jung, in the industry reading of a new musical, Sabina. With music by Louise Beach, lyrics by Darrah Cloud, book by Willy Holtzman, direction by Kira Simring and music direction by Evan Rees Sabina tells the story of the birth of pscyhoanalysis and the brilliant patient who brought two psychiatric geniuses together. The cast also stars Adam Heller as Sigmund Freud, Richard Binder as Ludwig Binswanger, Natalie Beck as Emma Jung, and Julie Benko as Sabina Spielrein.
Jeremy is thrilled to be a part of the new pilot, "The Tap" for USA Network. Set amid the racial, social and political unrest of the late 1960's “The Tap” focuses on the experiences of three characters as Yale deals with the arrival of its first female students. “The Tap” hails from Universal Cable Productions. Andrew Lenchewski (“Royal Pains”) and Aaron Tracy (“Sequestered”) penned the pilot which is produced by Rob Reiner and Alan Greisman and Charlie Ebersol. Lenchewski is an exec producer while Tracy is a co-exec producer.
Jeremy was excited to get an exclusive, up-close look at Todd Snyder's fall/winter line with Broadway Style Guide. Todd Snyder reboots classic American style with edgy looks and modern cuts. The Broadway Style Guide shines the spotlight on the unique personal style of the Broadway theater industry's elite outside the stage door. Click here to see photos from the event.
Checkout this new video featuring Jeremy Stolle and Jeremy Hays singing "Agony" from Into The Woods by Stephen Sondheim at Adelphi University with Natalie Tennebaum on piano and Louis Pannullo and Chris Clark on Keyboards. The concert and video were graciously produced by Dr. Louis and Julie Pannullo.
Jeremy is featured on the studio cast album of a new musical, An American Victory. Based on actual historical events, An American Victory tells the story of an audacious act of defiance against organized terror that forever changes the lives of all those caught in the swirling struggle, and the path of a nation. Jeremy is joined on the recording by Ashley Brown, Adam Jacobs, Jeremy Hays, Samantha Hill, Ramin Karimloo, Hugh Panaro, Aaron Tveit, and John Owen-Jones. Pre-order your copy today at BroadwayRecords.com
Tune into the Phantom of The Opera Facebook page today at 6pm ET and join Jeremy for a live backstage Tour of the Majestic Theater on Facebook Live. Jeremy will be answering your questions in real time. Don't miss it!
Jeremy originated the role of Lyle in a staged reading of the new musical, Loch Lomond with music by Neil Douglas Riley and book & lyrics by Maggie Herskowitz. Loch Lomond tells the story of two brothers locked in an English prison during the Scottish uprising of 1745. The brothers reflect on their lives, their land, and the loves they left behind. The presentation took place at New 42nd St Studios with direction by Jeff Whiting, musical supervision by David Loud, music direction by James Dobinson and production stage manager, Jason Brouillard. The cast includes Perry Sherman as James, Alison Luff as Elspeth, and Ginna Claire Mason as Ailey.
Jeremy is excited to perform with the Music & Medicine Orchestra of the Weill Cornell Medical College in concert at Rockefeller University. Jeremy and the orchestra will be performing selections from the Richard Rogers catalog. Check back for video clips of the performance!
Jeremy is excited to be a part of Paul Rudd’s All-Star Bowling Benefit supporting SAY.org, a non-profit organization that uses the arts to improve the confidence and communication skills of children who stutter. Jeremy, who also found courage in the arts to overcome his own stutter, will be a celebrity lane captain alongside Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber, Amy Ryan and many more stars of the stage and screen. To find out more about SAY.org and the all-star bowling benefit please click here.
Jeremy is thrilled to perform in “Play it Again, Marvin!”: A Marvin Hamlisch Celebration with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia Festival. The show follows the life and music of Marvin Hamlisch and his impact on the American stage and screen. For tickets please click here.
Jeremy will create the role of Gabriel Oak in readings of a new musical adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Far From The Madding Crowd. The show, with music by Gary Shocker and book & lyrics by Barabara Campbell, charts the journey of Bathsheba Everdene, a young woman struggling to make her own way in a world that rigidly dictates women’s roles and behavior, and her relationships with the 3 men who love her; Gabriel Oak, Sgt. Frank Troy, and William Boldwood. Check back for updates on the development of this exciting new musical!