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Darius de Haas

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Darius de Haas is a critically-acclaimed singer, actor, concert and recording artist. His Broadway credits include Kiss of the Spider Woman, Carousel, Rent, The Gershwin’s Fascinating Rhythm, Marie Christine, Shuffle Along, and the anniversary concerts of Dreamgirls and Hair, both for the Actors Fund. Other notable theater credits includes his Obie-award winning performance in Running Man, the premiere production of Children of Eden, and John Adams' and June Jordan's I Was Looking At The Ceiling and Then I Saw The Sky. In 2023, de Haas played the role of Billy Strayhorn in the world premiere of Billy Strayhorn: Something To Live For at the Pittsburgh Public Theater.

His TV credits include "Dietland," "In The Life," "Mother May I Have A Kidney," and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" for which de Haas is the singing voice of Shy Baldwin.

De Haas’ concert appearances include performing in the American Songbook series at Lincoln Center; Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert with the Los Angeles Master Chorale; Lyrics and Lyricists at the 92nd St Y as a guest artistic director, writer, and performer; the New York Festival of Song; Carnegie Hall; and with many orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, and Boston Pops. He has performed and/or toured with such artists as Marvin Hamlisch, Oleta Adams, Roberta Flack, Elvis Costello, Deborah Harry, Rhiannon Giddens, and Vanessa Williams. His recordings include his debut "Darius de Haas-Day Dream: Variations on Strayhorn," "Quiet Please" with pianist Steven Blier, and many original cast and soundtrack recordings.

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