Brian De Lorenzo

as Vice President Charles LeBlanc/Bull Weston/TV Host/Chorus



An award-winning actor and cabaret singer, Brian is equally at home in theatres, concert halls, and cabaret rooms. He has performed internationally and has sung at clubs such as The Metropolitan Room, Eighty-Eight’s, 54 Below, The Iridium, Birdland, and Don’t Tell Mama in New York; Piaf’s in San Francisco; Odette’s in New Hope, PA; Crazy Coqs in London; and at various venues in Massachusetts including Scullers Jazz Club, Club Café, and The Crown & Anchor.


Brian earned the title “Performer of the Year” by winning first place at Talent America’s 27th Annual “Talent of the Year Awards” in New York, competing with performers from all over the US.


Brian’s debut recording "Found Treasures" was nominated for the “Recording of the Year Award” by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs (MAC). He is also featured extensively on the original cast recording "Made in America: Vaudeville Songs", a tribute to the Gumm (Judy Garland) family in which he starred at Don’t Tell Mama in New York City.


Brian was nominated for an IRNE (Independent Reviewers of New England) Award for “Best Cabaret Show” for MARRY ME (A LITTLE), which he performed at Boston’s Club Café. Other shows nominated for IRNEs include MAMA, A RAINBOW [Scullers, Boston and Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, Rochester, NY] and HOW WAS I TO KNOW? – SONGS OF RICHARD RODGERS. 


Brian has performed with Broadway star Judy Kuhn in the Overtures Productions concert staging of THE BAKER’S WIFE and with George Dvorsky and Tony Award winner Alice Ripley in Overtures’ ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY in Boston.


Theatre credits include “Bob Cratchit” in A CHRISTMAS CAROL at North Shore Music Theatre; "Phil D'Armano" in Lippa's THE WILD PARTY at New Repertory Theatre ("Best Ensemble "IRNE" Award); “Max” in LEND ME A TENOR at Pioneer Valley Summer Theatre in Easthampton, MA; “Pete” in LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE and “Mr. Erlanson” in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at the Barnstormers in Tamworth, NH; “Jinx” in three productions of FOREVER PLAID; “Bentley Summerhays” in G.B. Shaw’s MISALLIANCE; “Zangara” in the Boston professional premiere of Sondheim’s ASSASSINS; the “Head Waiter” in SHE LOVES ME; “Mordechai” in a European tour of the Elizabeth Swados musical ESTHER; TINTYPES; “Charley” in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG; 13 seasons of A CHRISTMAS CAROL at five theatres; the Boston premiere of THE GIG; and “Frankie” in the Boston company of FOREVER PLAID.


Other credits include MOBY DICK: AN AMERICAN OPERA; THEY’RE PLAYING OUR SONG; GREASE; CANDIDE; EVITA; and A DAY IN HOLLYWOOD...A NIGHT IN THE UKRAINE. Brian participated in the world premiere productions of BANNED IN BOSTON; and two Philip Glass operas, THE JUNIPER TREE, and FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER, both at American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.) in Cambridge, MA. 


Brian is a founding member of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists (BACA) and served as the organization's president for four years. He is also a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Learn more about Brian at