Matthew Dela Cruz

Kent, WA
Day Phone:206 437-8372
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Website
Resume:DelaCruz_Matthew.pdf
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  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 18 - 30
  • Vocal Range: Tenor/Baritone
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Hair: Black
  • Height: 5' 7"


EQUITY MEMBERSHIP CANDIDATE (EMC)

Matthew Dela Cruz is a Seattle born singer/actor. He is an alumni of Circle in the Square Theatre School's musical theatre program in New York City and University of Washington's Drama program. He was a Top 7 Finalist in the 14th season of Stonewall Sensation (A singing competition held at the historic Stonewall Inn in New York City). Favorite roles include: The Lion in THE WIZ (Tacoma Musical Playhouse), Ollie in SQUATCH! THE MUSICAL (Centerstage Theatre), Henry in GREAT WALL (Village Theatre) and Hunter in [TITLE OF SHOW] (The Pocket Theater). Matthew is also an educator and currently works a private school in the Lynnwood/Edmonds area and at Youth Theatre Northwest.

CURRENT PROJECTS

  • Theatre:TBD Presents BELLES OF THE BALL! 
    • Palace Theatre and Art Bar - Seattle, WA (January 18, 2019) @ 8:00pm
      • I will be singing songs that will blur the lines of gender aka diva feel songs (potentially a disco songs possibly).
  • MR.DC (Full Lenght Solo Show)
    • The Pocket Theater - Seattle, WA (April 12, 14, and 15, 2019) @ 7:00pm
      • This will be a more full lenght version of my solo show, which was originally presented as a 35 minute piece during Solo Performance Month at the Pocket Theater in October.

SPECIAL AWARDS

  • BroadwayWorld Seattle Awards Recipient: Person to Watch and Best Featured Actor in a Musical - The Wiz (2016)
  • Gregory Awards Recognition: People's Choice Award for Outstanding Ensemble - Squatch! The Musical (2017)

For more information please go to his website at: http://www.mattdelacruz.com



Professions/skills: Stage Manager;Singer;Educator;Dancer;Actor


Member in:

- 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2011 - 2010
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