DOUG JABARA (AEA) recently made his debut as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof and concluded an Off-Broadway run of George Gershwin’s Funny Face on Theatre row. Doug has performed Javert in Les Misérables(BroadwayWorld.com) Boston nomination for Best Actor in a Musical) opposite Broadway Jean Valjean Ivan Rutherford, Jud in Oklahoma! (IRNE nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical) and the Baker in Into the Woods opposite Rachel York as the Witch at Reagle Music Theatre. Recent credits include Georges in La Cage Aux Folles, Man #1 in Jacques Brel is Alive Well and Living in Paris with the Gloucester Stage Company and Dan in Next to Normal at the NextDoor Theatre in Winchester, MA. Favorite roles include Benjamin Franklin in 1776 The Musical and the title role in Sweeney Todd. Doug has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall (Concert Mass with the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale) and The Town Hall (as Emile DeBecque performing selections from South Pacific) in New York City.
(from an earlier bio? --> Doug Jabara (AEA) is recently performed the roles of Herbie in GYPSY and Dan in NEXT TO NORMAL at the Nextdoor Center for the Arts in Winchester, MA. Other recent roles include Javert in LES MISERABLES (for which he received a BroadwayWorld.com Boston Best Actor in a Musical nomination) and the Baker in INTO THE WOODS opposite Rachel York at Reagle Music Theatre. Doug also received an IRNE nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Jud in Reagle’s 2011 production of OKLAHOMA!
A native New Yorker, Mr. Jabara also enjoys teaching voice and maintains a private studio in Manhattan. His clients have appeared with New York City Opera and on Broadway in MATILDA, A CHRISTMAS STORY, MARY POPPINS, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, IRVING BERLIN'S WHITE CHRISTMAS, BILLY ELLIOT, and CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF)
An avid voice teacher and vocal coach, Mr. Jabara also maintains a private voice studio in New York City. His clients have appeared with the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera and on Broadway in Cats, Aladdin,Tuck Everlasting, Finding Neverland, Matilda, Pippin, A Christmas Story, Mary Poppins, A Little Night Music, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Kinky Boots, and Billy Elliot.