Bryan Batt


August 24
Broadway @ The Art House and Mark Cortale Present
Bryan Batt
(of TV’s “Mad Men” and the Academy Award Winning film “12 Years A Slave” ) in
Featuring Michael Lavine at piano


Bryan Batt has won two Screen Actor’s Guild awards for his portrayal of “Salvatore Romano” on AMC’s critically acclaimed, Emmy award winning dramatic series MAD MEN.  He created the role of DARIUS in both the N.Y. and L.A (Drama Logue Award) productions as well as the film adaptation of Paul Rudnick’s ground breaking comedy JEFFREY. Other films include 12 YEARS A SLAVE, PARKLAND, and THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD.  Broadway leading and principal roles include the revival of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, SUNSET BLVD., JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, STARLIGHT EXPRESS, and CATS. Off Broadway: FORBIDDEN BROADWAY STRIKES BACK, FORBIDDEN BROADWAY CLEANS UP ITS ACT (Drama Desk Nomination).

As an Author, both his “momoir “SHE AIN’T HEAVY, SHE’S MY MOTHER” and décor book  “BIG, EASY STYLE” have received rave reviews.  In the wake of Katrina Bryan organized, hosted and/or performed in numerous events and fundraisers both in New York and in New Orleans benefiting Habitat For Humanity, Second Harvest Food Bank, NO-AIDS Task Force, The Contemporary Arts Center and more.

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