BRIAN RUNBECK*

Brian Runbeck is an award-winning actor, vocalist, stage director, and cabaret producer, as well as a successful project manager and production coordinator. A native of Phoenix, Arizona, and a graduate of the University of Arizona, Brian spent many years based in New York City and is happy to call Phoenix home once again.

* AEA and SAG/AFTRA

UPCOMING SHOW

BAUER

November 22 – December 8, 2019

Love. Art. Defiance. The visceral and visual true story of forgotten modern artist Rudolf Bauer, struggling with his fading place in the history of art. It’s the story of an artist as a broken man. Set in 1953 at the New Jersey mansion, BAUER imagines a meeting between the painter, his wife Louise and his one-time lover. Starring Brian Runbeck as Rudolph Bauer.

Presented by BLK BOX PHX
The Hardes Theater at the Phoenix Theatre Company
1825 N Central Ave / Phoenix, AZ

REVIEWS

A SWINGIN’ CHRISTMAS… TOO!

Tempe Center for the Arts

His “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” was sublime and his Bing Crosby to Shana’s Rosemary Clooney is worthy of its own entire show. He shined on “White Christmas”, and their duet, “(I’d Like to Get You on) A Slow Boat to China”, was perfect.

Lynn Timmons Edwards
Cabaret Scenes

SOME VELVET MORNING

Tempe Center for the Arts

Some Velvet Morning is a provocative play that grapples with issues of misogyny and sexism with an electrifying story of obsession, desire and the roles we play. Directed by Ralph Remington, Some Velvet Morning features actors Brian Runbeck as “Fred,” Christina Denkinger as “Velvet”.

BroadwayWorld.com

CHICAGO

Phoenix Theatre Company
AriZoni Award Nomination – Best Supporting Actor

Then there’s “Mister Cellophane,” the unforgettable lament to forgettability sung by Roxie’s longsuffering husband, Amos; Brian Runbeck’s turtlish rendition is both hilarious and beautifully sung.

Kerry Lengel
Arizona Republic/AZ Central

CONTACT

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