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Bill Daugherty

 
Bio:
Bill Daugherty is originally from St. Louis where he attended the Conservatory at Webster University as well as Southwest Missouri State University from which he holds a BFA in Acting. He has appeared in theaters, clubs and concert halls around the world including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Bill Daugherty is originally from St. Louis where he attended the Conservatory at Webster University as well as Southwest Missouri State University from which he holds a BFA in Acting. He has appeared in theaters, clubs and concert halls around the world including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, ... (read complete bio)
 

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Creative Team-Sue Delano (Choreoghraper), John Fischer (Musical Director) and Bill Da Photo

Creative Team-Sue Delano (Choreoghraper), John Fischer (Musical Director) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach)

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07/23/2019
Holly Cryz, Sue Delano, John Fisher and Bill Daugherty Photo

Holly Cryz, Sue Delano, John Fisher and Bill Daugherty

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07/23/2019
Scott Siegel and Holly Cruz with tonight's cast-Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano Photo

Scott Siegel and Holly Cruz with tonight's cast-Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano (Choreographer) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach) with tonights cast-Gabrielle Baker, Jack Brinsmaid, Christoper Brian, John W. DiCaro, John Drinkwater, Matthew Drinkwater, Mara Friedman, Brian J. Gabriel, Ada V. Gallegos, Esmeralda Garza, Jonathan Heller, Victoria Kemp, Bettina Lobo, Tyler McCall, Albert Nelthropp, Cameron Nies, Luana Psaros, Jacob Roberts-Miller, Didi Romero and Jared Adrian Williams

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Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano (Choreographer) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach Photo

Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano (Choreographer) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach) with tonights cast-Gabrielle Baker, Jack Brinsmaid, Christoper Brian, John W. DiCaro, John Drinkwater, Matthew Drinkwater, Mara Friedman, Brian J. Gabriel, Ada V. Gallegos, Esmeralda Garza, Jonathan Heller, Victoria Kemp, Bettina Lobo, Tyler McCall, Albert Nelthropp, Cameron Nies, Luana Psaros, Jacob Roberts-Miller, Didi Romero and Jared Adrian Williams

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Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano (Choreographer) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach Photo

Ali Stroker, Scott Siegel, Sue Delano (Choreographer) and Bill Daugherty (Vocal Coach) with tonights cast-Gabrielle Baker, Jack Brinsmaid, Christoper Brian, John W. DiCaro, John Drinkwater, Matthew Drinkwater, Mara Friedman, Brian J. Gabriel, Ada V. Gallegos, Esmeralda Garza, Jonathan Heller, Victoria Kemp, Bettina Lobo, Tyler McCall, Albert Nelthropp, Cameron Nies, Luana Psaros, Jacob Roberts-Miller, Didi Romero and Jared Adrian Williams

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Bill Daugherty Biography

Bill Daugherty is originally from St. Louis where he attended the Conservatory at Webster University as well as Southwest Missouri State University from which he holds a BFA in Acting. He has appeared in theaters, clubs and concert halls around the world including Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, The Kennedy Center, The Paper Mill Playhouse, Die Kleine Komedie (Amsterdam), The Green Room (London), The Gardenia Room (LA), The Briar Street and The Halstead theaters (Chicago) and The St. Louis Repertory Theater.
Bill was Nicely Nicely Johnson in the first European tour of Guys and Dolls. His regional credits include: Side by Side by Sondheim (Man); Evita (Magaldi); My Fair Lady (Freddy); The Little Foxes (Leo). His New York credits include a season with The Light Opera of Manhattan at the Cherry Lane Theater and he is a perennial at Broadway’s Town Hall in the Broadway By The Year and Broadway Unplugged concert series.
Early in his career he had the honor of working under the direction of George Abbott in Damn Yankees at Paper Mill Playhouse where also appeared in Candide, Naughty Marietta and Annie Get Your Gun. He has headlined in some of New York's premier clubs including The Oak Room at the Algonquin, The Russian Tea Room and Sardi's. Bill was a 12 year veteran of the original 92nd St Y's Lyrics and Lyricists series under the direction of Maurice Levine.
Formerly of the critically acclaimed musical comedy team "Daugherty & Field," their Obie nominated two-man show ran Off-Broadway at the Van Dam Street Theater for 8 months. It was during this 8 year partnership that Daugherty first began his work as a lyricist and director.
Bill is the recipient of 4 MAC awards and 3 of Backstage Magazine's Bistro Awards (including best male vocalist in 1995). Mr. Daugherty is the creative director for Thoroughbred Productions in New York and producer for their label. His award winning solo album - Look To The Rainbow - is available on Thoroughbred Records. He also produced, for that label, Broadway darling Nancy Anderson’s first solo CD, Ten Cents A Dance. His newest album - Souvenirs - was released this summer on which Doyle Newmyer acts as musical director.
He is celebrating his 14th year as a faculty member at CAP21 musical theater conservatory where he teaches Vocal Technique, Vocal Performance, Audition Repertoire, Audition Technique and Private Voice. He also maintains a private studio in his home in Brooklyn and holds master classes in performance around the country. Some of his former students include: Matthew Morrison, Anne Hathaway, Kristen Bell, Natalie Cortez, Krista Rodriguez, Jason Tam and Michael Longoria. He was a pioneer in the Camp Broadway and Stages For Learning programs and was the co-founder of Curtain Up! – an educational theater workshop series.
Bill is a playwright and a respected music archivist with a collection of over 40,000 records and 25,000 CD’s. He has done consultant work over the years for record labels such as Verve, Sony/Columbia and MCA/Decca.
Daugherty has conceived and directed a number of successful revues including the runaway off-Broadway hit “When The Lights Go On Again” – a new 1940’s musical – which ran for 2 years. It won the Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding Musical Revue in 2008. His subsequent production, “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? – Songs and Stories from the Great Depression” opened in the fall of 2009 to critical acclaim. Both Original Cast recordings are available through Thoroughbred Records.
“On The Record – A Tribute To The Great Vocal Groups of the 20th Century” played Off-Broadway in the fall of 2013. It was a multimedia salute to groups such as The Andrews Sisters, The Four Freshman and Manhattan Transfer. The double CD cast album has garnered great reviews.
His original musical, “Double Trouble” was selected by Disney and Stephen Schwartz to participate in an ASCAP workshop in the summer of 2008 and he is currently in the developmental stage of a new book musical called “Island Of Hope”.





Bill Daugherty News

Next Week At Feinstein's/54 Below: 54 Celebrates Mel Brooks, 54 Sings Dolly Parton, A Photo Next Week At Feinstein's/54 Below: 54 Celebrates Mel Brooks, 54 Sings Dolly Parton, And More!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 9, 2020

Next week, FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.54Below.com/Feinsteins or call (646) 476-3551.

18th Annual BROADWAY UNPLUGGED Concert Will Take Place on Monday, November 18 at Merk Photo 18th Annual BROADWAY UNPLUGGED Concert Will Take Place on Monday, November 18 at Merkin Hall
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 8, 2019

The unprecedented success - and longevity - of Scott Siegel's BROADWAY UNPLUGGED is due to the hunger of theater audiences for the authentic experience of Broadway show music, performed from the soul, not from a soundboard. Every year, Siegel collects a cast of extraordinary entertainers who have the vocal chops and the talent to perform in a large hall and let their voices soar with a thrilling excitement. 

Photo Coverage: Backstage with the Cast of BROADWAY'S RISING STARS 2019 Photo Photo Coverage: Backstage with the Cast of BROADWAY'S RISING STARS 2019
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 23, 2019

Photo Coverage: Broadway's Rising Stars Take The Stage at 2019 Concert Photo Photo Coverage: Broadway's Rising Stars Take The Stage at 2019 Concert
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 23, 2019

The 13th Annual Broadway's Rising Stars concert took place at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street) on Monday, July 22nd at 8:00pm. The concert brought back one of its own, this year's Tony Award winner for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Ali Stroker. Broadway's Rising Stars is the national showcase event for recent graduates of Performing Arts schools.

Ali Stroker to Appear as Guest at BROADWAY'S RISING STARS Concert Photo Ali Stroker to Appear as Guest at BROADWAY'S RISING STARS Concert
by Julie Musbach - Jun 11, 2019

The 13th Annual Broadway's Rising Stars concert, taking place at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street) on Monday, July 22nd at 8:00pm, brings back one of its own, this year's Tony Award winner for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Rodger's and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, Ali Stroker. Broadway's Rising Stars is the national showcase event for recent graduates of Performing Arts schools.

Photo Coverage: Go Behind the Scenes of BROADWAY UNPLUGGED at Town Hall
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 28, 2016

Broadway Unplugged, the critically acclaimed concert with 'Sound Design by God' returned to Town Hall for its record-breaking 14th season last night, July 25. The concert starred Tony Award Winner Chuck Cooper, 2X Tony Nominee Tom Wopat, Olivier Nominee Kyle Scatliffe, 2X Drama Desk Nominee Alix Korey, Drama Desk Nominee Ryan Silverman, downtown diva Molly Pope, and many more award-winning stars.

BWW Review: Sunny Thompson Brings the Iconic Star Back to Life in MARILYN: FOREVER BLONDE
by Shari Barrett - Oct 18, 2015

Like many from my generation, our love of screen icon Marilyn Monroe made her a star and continues to keep the flame of her incredibly hot sexual appeal alive. And while I have seen several performers take on the role. The amazing Sunny Thompson fully embodies the heart and soul, not just the heat and breathy voice we associate with the woman who encapsulated what a woman was supposed to look like long before the Kardasians were even born. Sunny Thompson truly embodies her look and voice, and seemingly channels the tortured, playful soul of Hollywood's greatest star.

BWW Reviews: BROADWAY UNPLUGGED Unamplifies the Music of the Night
by Michael Dale - Aug 7, 2015

Once a year, Scott Siegel demonstrates to audiences the glories of the unamplified human voice.

Photo Coverage: BROADWAY UNPLUGGED Brings the Roof Down at Town Hall
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 21, 2015

Postponed from last January when the fake blizzard closed New York City, Broadway Unplugged, the critically acclaimed annual concert returned last night, July 20, 2015. BroadwayWorld was there for the special night and you can check out photos below!

Photo Coverage: Backstage Look as Stars Prepare for BROADWAY UNPLUGGED
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 21, 2015

Postponed from last January when the fake blizzard closed New York City, Broadway Unplugged, the critically acclaimed annual concert returned last night, July 20, 2015. BroadwayWorld was there for the special night and you can check out backstage photos below!