Kelsey Grammer Broadway and Theatre Credits

 
Date Of Birth:
February 21, 1955 (64)
Birth Place:
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, USA
Bio:
Kelsey Grammer played Dr Frasier Crane in Cheers and Frasier for two decades. He has won five Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards and a Tony Award nomination in 2010 for his performance in La Cages aux Folles. (read more)
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Date of Birth: February 21, 1955 (64)

Birth Place: St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, USA

Bio:
Kelsey Grammer played Dr Frasier Crane in Cheers and Frasier for two decades. He has won five Emmy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards and a Tony Award nomination in 2010 for his performance in La Cages aux Folles. (read more)

Kelsey Grammer Stage Credits
Performances

[West End]
Concert Production at London Coliseum, 2019
Don Quixote
Miguel de Cervantes
[Los Angeles]
Hollywood Bowl Concert Production, 2018
Lumiere
[West End]
The Other Palace Revival, 2017
Edward Bloom
[London]
London Premiere, 2017
Edward Bloom
[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2015
Charles Frohman, Captain Hook [Replacement]
Charles Frohman [Replacement]
Charles Frohman
[Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 2010
Georges
[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2000
Macbeth
[Regional (US)]
Reprise! Concert, 1999
Sweeney Todd
[Off-Broadway]
Playwrights Horizons Workshop, 1983
Alex (Act Two)
Soldier (Act One)
Young Man on the Bank (Act One)
[Off-Broadway]
1983
Mark Sackling
[Off-Broadway]
1982
Codename Lazar
[Broadway]
1982
Cassio
[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Revival, 1981
Lennox

Productions

[Broadway, 2015]
Producer

 

Stage
Performances

[West End]
Concert Production at London Coliseum, 2019
Don Quixote

Miguel de Cervantes

[Los Angeles]
Hollywood Bowl Concert Production, 2018
Lumiere

[West End]
The Other Palace Revival, 2017
Edward Bloom

[London]
London Premiere, 2017
Edward Bloom

[Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 2015
Charles Frohman, Captain Hook [Replacement]

Charles Frohman [Replacement]

Charles Frohman

[Broadway]
Broadway Transfer, 2010
Georges

[Broadway]
Broadway Revival, 2000
Macbeth

[Regional (US)]
Reprise! Concert, 1999
Sweeney Todd

[Off-Broadway]
Playwrights Horizons Workshop, 1983
Alex (Act Two)

Soldier (Act One)

Young Man on the Bank (Act One)

[Off-Broadway]
1983
Mark Sackling

[Off-Broadway]
1982
Codename Lazar

[Broadway]
1982
Cassio

[Broadway]
Lincoln Center Revival, 1981
Lennox

Productions

Producer