Cell Phone: 425-445-2899
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- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Age Range: 21 - 40
- Vocal Range: Baritone (Low E to High A)
- Eyes: Blue/Green
- Hair: Dark Brown
- Height: 5' 6"
Representation: Big Fish NW Talent
March 25th – April 15th
A YEAR WITH FROG AND TOAD
Snail, Man Bird, et al
Second Story Repretory
REVIEWS- Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors at Tacoma Little Theatre: http://www.thesubtimes.com/little-shops-audrey-two-eats-up-tacoma-little-theatre/" Suddenly, there’s Benjamin Cournoyer as Seymour Krelborn. Cournoyer is perfect as the lovable nerd. His singing is good and strong with emotion befitting the lyric and his acting is – well, let’s just say, Cournoyer is Seymour."
http://www.tacomaweekly.com/dailymashup/view/little-shop-serves-up-tasty-treat2/ Cournoyer is quirky and klutzy, but lovable like a wet puppy
http://www.northwestmilitary.com/music-and-culture/stage-and-visual-reviews/2013/05/Little-Shop-of-Horrors-at-Tacoma-Little-Theatre/ Fry and Cournoyer had the best duet, "Mushnik and Son." Their dance was awkwardly funny and chuckles could be heard from the audience.
Priest/Apostle in Jesus Christ Superstar at Harlequin Productions:
http://www.thenewstribune.com/2013/06/25/2652725/harlequins-jesus-christ-superstar.html Also outstanding are Josh Krupke as Pontius Pilate, Joe Woodland as Caiaphas, and Samantha Camp, Gregory Conn and Benjamin Cournoyer as priests.
This is what The Tacoma News Tribune said about me in MY FAIR LADY:
"An actor that deserves special notice in the supporting cast is Ben
Cournoyer. Cournoyer is not even a named character, but his
performance is mesemerizing. He has an amazingly expressive face."
Here's the full review of My Fair Lady by The News Tribune:
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Have performed locally with Village Theatre, Harlequin Productions, Seattle Musical Theatre presented by Civic Light Opera, Greenstage, Centerstage, Renton Civic Theatre, Capital Playhouse, STAGEright, Tacoma Little Theatre, Burien Little Theatre, New Everett Theatre, Lakewood Playhouse, and what was once the Auburn
Avenue Dinner Theatre
Professions/skills: Stage Combatant;Singer;Puppeteer;Improv Artist;Dancer;Actor