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New York City based singer, actor and teacher Joseph Mace is a native of Billings, Montana. His professional endeavors have taken him from the Big Sky to the Big Easy to the Big Ten and now, the Big Apple. An emerging crossover artist, Joseph performs a diverse repertoire, spanning from oratorio and opera to contemporary song, jazz and musical theatre. His current New York performance schedule includes his Off-Broadway debut in December 2016 with the National Yiddish Theatre in their stunning production of The Golden Bride.



Selected as one of only five American singers to perform this fall in The Breakaway Project: Connecting Musically , the 2014 spring season took Joseph to Notre Dame University as a guest artist in residence where he sang the title role in Britten's opera Noah's Flood. Joseph also appeared in Les Misérables with Summer Lyric Theatre (New Orleans) followed by the critically acclaimed Sunday in the Park with George (Louis/Billy) with the Tony Award winning Signature Theatre (Helen Hayes nomination, Best Ensemble, Winner, Best Musical). In addition to The Breakaway Project, Joseph's busy New York City fall season included a workshop of Wallace and Quinn's Songs of Love and Loss (Matt Castle, director), a staged song recital at the Church of the Intercession and his first appearance with the Metropolitan Opera in Meistersinger von Nürnberg.

Featured on NPR affiliate WFIU's 'Artist in the Making' series, his musical theatre credits include performances of The Last Five Years (San Francisco), and leading and featured roles in Candide, She Loves Me, A Light in the Piazza, Godspell, and Guys and Dolls, among others. His theatre credits also include numerous productions with Summer Lyric Theater in New Orleans. On the opera stage, Joseph most recently sang the role of Don Alfonso in a new production of Così fan tutte and has sung principle roles in Little Women, Roméo et Juliette, Cendrillon, Gianni Schicchi and Idomeneo.

In demand as a concert artist, his solo engagements include appearances with the Indianapolis Symphony, Billings Symphony, Monterey and Carmel Symphonies, the San Jose Symphonic Choir as well as with the Fort-Wayne Bach Collegium and Indiana University New Music Ensemble. A seasoned choral artist, Joseph has performed as a chorister with the Metropolitan, New Orleans and San Francisco Operas, and appeared frequently with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Chorale in the Bay Area.

In the world of jazz, Joseph numbered in the elite group of soloists who 'performed with thrilling perfection' (San Francisco Chronicle) in the San Francisco Jazz Festival and Yoshi Jazz Club premieres of Marcus Shelby's Jazz Oratorio, Bound for the Promised Land, available on the NOIR label. An advocate of new music, Joseph has premiered numerous works including Ian Dickenson's San Francisco Blues at Amnesia Night Club (San Francisco) and most recently Ward-Steinman's . . . And Waken Green(New York) and Quinn and Wallace's Songs of Loss and Love (Brooklyn).

As a recitalist, Joseph has given performances in New York, San Francisco, New Orleans and Bloomington, where he recently produced, directed and performed a multimedia, staged version of Songs on Poems by Frank O’Hara by Christopher Berg. Joseph holds a Doctor of Music degree from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and a Master of Music Degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He attended Tulane University for undergraduate studies in Music Performance and French. He is an active member of the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA).

Joseph is a dedicated teacher and in addition to his private studio, he is a member of the Vocal Technique and Coaching staff with the Broadway Artists Alliance and is the Artistic Director and Founder of the Broadway Singing Center. His students have been accepted to major music and musical theatre programs and are working professionally in theaters across the country.

Joseph Mace STAGE CREDITS

[Arlington, VA (Regional)]
Signature Theatre Production, 2014
Louis/Billy


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National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Announces Cast And Cameos In: A YIDDISH RENAISSANCE

This July, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene will bring together more than 140 actors, singers and musicians from across globe for a sensational, one-time event - A Yiddish Renaissance: A Virtual Concert Celebration - filled with music and appearances by some of the most renowned Yiddish performers.
Carol Burnett, Billy Crystal, Beanie Feldstein, Mandy Patinkin & More Join FOLKSBIENE CHANUKAH SPECTACULAR

Yiddish song, dance, comedy and celebration - from across the globe - come together when the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene presents a Folksbiene Chanukah Spectacular this December, featuring an international array of more than 50 stars - from Broadway music, movies and television to the Yiddish stage.
Joel Grey and More to Be Featured on FOLKSBIENE LIVE! An Online Celebration of Yiddish Culture

This week, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (Folksbiene)-led by Zalmen Mlotek, Artistic Director, and Dominick Balletta, Executive Director-brings the stage to global audiences with Folksbiene LIVE!, featuring celebrated Yiddish star Avi Hoffman, Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish's Joel Grey, Steven Skybell, Adam B. Shapiro and Zisl Slepovitch.
One More Chance To See 'From The Yiddish Rialto To The Silver Screen'

Following the break-out success of the Yiddish production Fiddler on the Roof and the world premiere of the jazz opera Dear Erich, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene (NYTF) continues this season's presentations with a concert exploring Yiddish theatre's golden age with From the Yiddish Rialto to the Silver Screen on Sunday, March 10 at 2 pm., performed Off Broadway at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place, NYC. This event is part of Carnegie Hall's Migrations: The Making of America festival.
Soundstreams Presents ODDITORIUM By R. Murray Shafer, 3/2-5

Soundstreams is thrilled to present Odditorium from March 2nd-5th, a selection of music theatre works by acclaimed Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, under the creative direction of award-winning film and theatre director Chris Abraham. 
Soundstreams Presents ODDITORIUM By R. Murray Shafer, 3/2-5

Soundstreams is thrilled to present Odditorium from March 2nd-5th, a selection of music theatre works by acclaimed Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, under the creative direction of award-winning film and theatre director Chris Abraham. 
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Star Joins Cast of Off-Broadway's THE GOLDEN BRIDE

Rachel Zatcoff (coming directly from a run as Christine in Phantom of the Opera on Broadway) has joined the cast of THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale), which returns for a limited Off-Broadway engagement beginning July 4th. As originally presented by the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] in December of 2015, the production was nominated for 2 Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Revival of a Musical. Featuring a cast of 20 and an orchestra of 14, this rare glimpse back into musical theater history will run through August 28 at The Museum of Jewish Heritage's Edmond J. Safra Hall.
NYTF to Remount THE GOLDEN BRIDE Off-Broadway This Summer

One of the most acclaimed musicals of 2015 returns for a limited engagement. Beginning July 4th, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] presents an encore of the first Off-Broadway revival of the lost Yiddish-American hit operetta THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale). 
THE GOLDEN BRIDE to End Off-Broadway Run This Weekend

Now in its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] presents the first Off-Broadway revival of the lost Yiddish American hit THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale).  Featuring a cast of 20 and an orchestra of 14, this rare glimpse back into musical theater history began performances December 2 as part of NYTF's inaugural year in residency at the Museum of Jewish Heritage [MJH]. The production marks the first long-running, full-scale production hosted at the Museum's 375-seat Edmond J. Safra Hall. Performances run through January 3.
Off-Broadway's GOLDEN BRIDE to Offer Free Bus Service

Campus Coach Lines has announced its plan for a new free-to-the-public bus service from Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan to the Museum of Jewish Heritage [MJH] in Battery Park City. In sync with Lower Manhattan's cultural renaissance, and part of ongoing efforts in increasing accessibility to the Museum of Jewish Heritage, the bus service will commence this Thursday, December 17, shuttling patrons to the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's [NYTF] critically-acclaimed production of The Golden Bride.
THE GOLDEN BRIDE Opens Off-Broadway Tonight

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will present the first contemporary revival of the lost Yiddish American operetta comedy THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale).  Featuring a cast of 20 and an orchestra of 14, this rare glimpse back into musical theater history begins previews December 2 as part of NYTF's inaugural year in residency at the Museum of Jewish Heritage [MJH]. The production marks the first long-running, full-scale production hosted at the Museum's 375-seat Edmond J. Safra Hall. Opening night is slated for Wednesday, December 9.
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Hosts Gala Performance of THE GOLDEN BRIDE Tonight

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will honor David S. and Sylvia Steiner (joint lead producers on Golda's Balcony starring Tovah Feldshuh for Broadway and Film) at a Gala performance of the lost 1923 Yiddish American Operetta classic THE GOLDEN BRIDE on December 8 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene Stages First Revival of THE GOLDEN BRIDE in 70 Years, Starting Tonight

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will present the first contemporary revival of the lost Yiddish American operetta classic THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale). Featuring a cast of 20 and an orchestra of 14, this rare glimpse back into musical theater history begins previews tonight, December 2, as part of NYTF's inaugural year in residency at the Museum of Jewish Heritage [MJH]. The production marks the first long-running, full-scale production hosted at the Museum's 375-seat Edmond J. Safra Hall, which will be specially transformed for this ambitious event. Opening night is slated for Wednesday, December 9.
First Off-Broadway Revival of THE GOLDEN BRIDE Begins Performances This Week

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will present the first contemporary revival of the lost Yiddish American operetta THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale).  Featuring a cast of 20 and an orchestra of 14, this rare glimpse back into musical theater history begins previews December 2 as part of NYTF's inaugural year in residency at the Museum of Jewish Heritage [MJH]. The production marks the first long-running, full-scale production hosted at the Museum's 375-seat Edmond J. Safra Hall, which will be specially transformed for this ambitious event. Opening night is slated for Wednesday, December 9.
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene to Host Gala Performance of THE GOLDEN BRIDE Next Month

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will honor David S. and Sylvia Steiner (joint lead producers on Golda's Balcony starring Tovah Feldshuh for Broadway and Film) at a Gala performance of the lost 1923 Yiddish American Operetta classic THE GOLDEN BRIDE on December 8 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage.
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene to Stage First Revival of THE GOLDEN BRIDE in 70 Years

Now entering its 101st season, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] will present the first contemporary revival of the lost Yiddish American operetta classic THE GOLDEN BRIDE (Di Goldene Kale).
NYTF to Take on Restored Operetta THE GOLDEN BRIDE

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene [NYTF] presented the citywide mega-festival KulturfestNYC this past summer. Now, entering into its 101st season and inaugural year in residency at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, NYTF takes on the rediscovered and restored Yiddish American Operetta The Golden Bride, playing December 2, 2015, through January 3, 2016, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, NYC. Pre-sale tickets are now available and can be purchased by calling (866) 811-4111 or visiting www.nytf.org.
CONNECTING MUSICALITY, A TransAtlantic Concert Between Dublin & New York, Set for Today

Following the great success of the 'Connecting Creativity' project in 2013, the Break-Away Project is delighted to announce the creation of 'Connecting Musicality'.
CONNECTING MUSICALITY, A TransAtlantic Concert Between Dublin & New York, Set for Nov 29

Following the great success of the 'Connecting Creativity' project in 2013, the Break-Away Project is delighted to announce the creation of 'Connecting Musicality'.
THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: August 30 - September 5

Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week or you're just in the mood for a recap, BroadwayWorld's 'this week in pictures' is here to satisfy your end-of-the-week fix! Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more. Highlights this week include meet the press events for ON THE TOWN, Christine Ebersole at 54 Below, the new cast members of CINDERELLA, and more!

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