Robert Evan

Robert Evan starred in the original Broadway cast of Jekyll & Hyde, playing the title roles for three years and over 600 performances. His rendition of This Is the Moment has been performed at numerous prestigious events including the 2001 Inaugural Gala for President George W. Bush, the Millennium Independence Day US Naval Revue aboard the USS JFK for President Clinton, the Millennium World Forum Conference with guest speaker Mikhail Gorbachev, the 1998 Goodwill Games, the New York City Mayor’s Inaugural Gala, the 1998 and 1999 NY Yankees World Series Celebration at City Hall, The Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards Telecast, the Today Show, and Monday Night Football.  Evan is currently starring around the world in the all-new Jekyll & Hyde: The Concert, where he just returned from a 16 show run in Seoul, South Korea’s Olympic Hall.

Evan also appeared on Broadway as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, and was chosen to lead the critically acclaimed National Touring Company to its history-making stop on Broadway. Most recently, he played the role of Kerchak in Disney’s Tarzan at the Richard Rodgers Theater, starred as Orin Scrivello D.D.S. in Little Shop of Horrors on Broadway, and singing the role of the Count von Krolock in Jim Steinman’s Dance of the Vampires at the Minskoff Theater.

In concert, Evan has been a featured soloist for many leading symphonies across the nation including recent appearances in San Francisco, San Diego, Atlanta, Chicago, Alabama, and Indianapolis as well as upcoming appearances in Bravo Broadway’s Broadway Rocks with the Cleveland, Minnesota, Utah, West Virginia, and National Symphonies.  He also regularly stars in the current touring production of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, which originated at the Kennedy Center in 2004.

He is a recipient of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Talent Award in 1989. He was awarded the 1999 “Shining Star” award by the Leukemia Society of America and honored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America for his charitable support.
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