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Michael McCarthy professional credits

This article includes the professional credits of Michael McCarthy. Listed are all the professional credits, for each category, in chronological order.

Contents

  • Musical theatre 1
  • Other theatre 2
  • Concerts and special events 3
  • Television and radio 4
  • Discography 5
  • References 6

Musical theatre

Musical theatre
Year Title Role Notes
Unknown Rigoletto (Verdi) Ensemble [1][2] Cork Opera House, Ireland
1983 Mame (Jerry Herman) Patrick Dennis [1][3] Cork Opera House, Ireland
1985 No, No, Nanette (Caesar, Harbach and Youmans) Tom Trainer [1][3] Cork Opera House, Ireland
1986 Camelot (Lerner and Loewe) Sir Lancelot [1][3] Cork Opera House, Ireland
Unknown Love from Judy (Eric Maschwitz and Jean Webster) Unknown [2]
Unknown Cole Porter (biographical revue) Soloist / Ensemble [1][2] Okoboji Summer Theatre, Stephens College, USA
1987 Cabaret (Kander and Ebb) Max [1][2] Macklanburg Playhouse, Stephens College, USA
Unknown Brigadoon (Lerner and Loewe) Tom [1][2] Macklanburg Playhouse, Stephens College, USA
Unknown The Baker's Wife (Stephen Schwartz) Dominique [1][2] Macklanburg Playhouse, Stephens College, USA
Unknown A Little Night Music (Stephen Sondheim) Count Carl Magnus [1][2] Okoboji Summer Theatre, Stephens College, USA
1990 The Desert Song (Sigmund Romberg and Otto Harbach) The Red Shadow [4] Cork Opera House, Ireland 3 April 1990 - 11 April 1990
1990 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Combeferre / Factory Foreman [5] Palace Theatre, London 1990
1991 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Combeferre / Factory Foreman [5] Palace Theatre, London 1991
1992 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Combeferre / Factory Foreman [5] Palace Theatre, London January 1992 - October 1992
1992 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [6] Palace Theatre, Manchester November 1992 - December 1992
1993 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [6] Palace Theatre, Manchester 1993
1994 Out of the Blue (Shun-Ichi Tokura and Paul Sand) Dr. Akizuki [2][7] Shaftesbury Theatre, London
Tokura Productions UK Ltd, 4–21 November 1994
1994 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London 1994
1995 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London 1995
1996 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London 1996
1997 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5][8] Palace Theatre, London January 1997 – October 1997
1997 Inkle and Yarico
(Colman, recomposed by James McConnel 1997)
Thomas Inkle [2][9] Holder's season, Barbados 6–27 March 1997
1997 Inkle and Yarico
(Colman, recomposed by James McConnel 1997)
Thomas Inkle [2][10] Crampton Theatre, Washington D.C. 1997
1997 Inkle and Yarico
(Colman, recomposed by James McConnel 1997)
Thomas Inkle [11] Berlin 1997
1997 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [8][12] Theatre Royal, Sydney November 1997 – December 1997
1998 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [8][12] Theatre Royal, Sydney January 1998 – June 1998
1998 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [8][12] Theatre Royal, Sydney June 1998 – July 1998
1998 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [13] Point Theatre, Dublin
August 1998 – December 1998
1998 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [14] Princess Theatre, Melbourne
Cover for Roger Lemke September 1998 – October 1998
1998 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [13] Point Theatre, Dublin
November 1998 – December 1998
1999 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [13] Point Theatre, Dublin
January 1999 – May 1999
2000 Phantom of the Opera (Ken Hill) Phantom [2][15] UK tour/London 2000 - 2001
2001 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London
5 March 2001 - December 2001
2002 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London
January 2002 - 29 May 2002
2002 From Here to Eternity the Musical workshop productions
(Stuart Brayson and Tim Rice)
Warden [16] Series of workshops and studio demo
May 2002 – June 2002
2002 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [17] Sacramento Community Theatre, Sacramento, California
10 June 2002 - 14 June 2002 (third week of San Francisco tour)
2002 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [18] Shanghai Grand Theatre, China
22 June 2002 - 7 July 2002
2002 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [19] Seoul, South Korea
12 July 2002 - 4 August 2002
2002 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London
2 December 2002 - End December 2002
2003 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London
January 2003 - 26 April 2003
2003 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert (replacing Terrence Mann) [12] Imperial Theatre, New York City
28 May 2003 - 18 May 2003
2003 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Palace Theatre, London
28 May 2003 - December 2003
2004 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [20] Queen's Theatre, London
January 2004 - 26 June 2004
2004 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Queen's Theatre, London
28 June 2004 - December 2004
2005 Les Misérables (Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil) Javert [5] Queen's Theatre, London
January 2005 - 25 June 2005
2006 Chess (Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice) Ivan Molokov [2][21] Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
9 November 2006 - 12 November 2006
2008 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
(Stephen Sondheim)
Sweeney Todd [2] Gothenburg, Sweden
15 May 2008 - 8 June 2008

Other theatre

Theatre
Year Title Role Notes
Unknown Ah, Wilderness! (Eugene O'Neill) Barman [1][2] No Mystery Productions
1984 Little Women (Louisa May Alcott) Laurie [22] Everyman, Cork, Ireland, 12–17 November 1984
Unknown Not Now, Darling (John Chapman and Ray Cooney) Harry McMichael [2]
Unknown Pajama Tops (Mawby Green and Ed Feilbert) Leonard [2]
Unknown The London Cuckolds (Edward Ravenscroft) Mr. Loveday [1][2] Macklanburg Playhouse, Stephens College, USA
1987 A View from the Bridge (Arthur Miller) Marco [1][2] Okoboji Summer Theatre, Stephens College, USA
1987 A View from the Bridge (Arthur Miller) Marco [1][2] Edinburgh, August 1987
1988 Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare) Antonio / Duke [1][2] Macklanburg Playhouse, Stephens College, USA
1988 The Hostage (Brendan Behan) The Officer [1][2] Stephens College, USA

Concerts and special events

Concerts and special events
Year Title Role Theatre
and date
Notes
1995 Les Misérables - 10th Anniversary Concert
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Factory Foreman [2] Royal Albert Hall, London 8 October 1995 Available on CD and DVD
1996 Who Could Ask for Anything More?
Centenary celebration of Ira Gershwin's birth
Singer [2][23][24] Royal Albert Hall, London 7 December 1996 Broadcast live on BBC Radio 2
Released on DVD
1997 Les Misérables in concert at Chelmsford Festival
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert [25] Feuilly Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex
24 August 1997
1999 Inkle and Yarico in Concert
(Colman, recomposed by James McConnel 1997)
Thomas Inkle [2][11][26][27] Edinburgh Festival 13 August 1999 Aired live to Covent Garden, London
2001 A Night of 100 Stars
A tribute show to the composer Marvin Hamlisch
Singer [28] London Palladium 22 April 2001 In aid of the Green Room Benevolent Fund
2001 Bryn Terfel's Faenol Festival Singer [29] Faenol Estate, Gwynedd, North Wales 26 August 2001 Replacing Bryn Terfel
2002 Les Misérables in concert
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert [30][31] Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden November 2002
2003 Opera In The Park concert in Leeds
With the Orchestra of Opera North, Lesley Garrett and Ruthie Henshall
Singer [32] In the grounds of Temple Newsam, West Yorkshire 19 July 2003 Broadcast on BBC Two Christmas Day 2004 as Lesley Garrett – Music from the Movies
Released under the same title on DVD
2004 Michael Ball's The Musicals on a Summer's Eve Singer [33] Harewood House, near Leeds, West Yorkshire 8 August 2004
2004 Michael Ball's The Musicals on a Summer's Eve Singer [34] Forest Café, Lauriston Place, central Edinburgh 15 August 2004
2004 Michael Ball's The Musicals on a Summer's Eve Singer [35] Wilton House, Wilton, Wiltshire 22 August 2004
2004 Les Misérables - Royal Command Performance
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert [2][36] Windsor Castle, Berkshire 18 November 2004 Royal Command Performance
2005
– 2009
Michael Ball's The Musicals on a Summer's Eve Singer [2] Various venues in the summer, 2005–2009
2005 The Magic of the Musicals Singer [3] Montfort College of Performing Arts, Cork, Ireland
2005
2005 Glamorous Nights Singer [37] Borough Theatre, Abergavenny, Wales
17 July 2005
In aid of Gwent Young People's Theatre
2008 Guys and Dolls, concert performance (Frank Loesser) Sky Masterson [38] Key West Pops Orchestera, Key West, Florida
20 January 2008
2008 Les Misérables
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert [39] St John Loveridge Hall, Guernsey September 2008
2008 The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra
Javert [40] National Concert Hall, Dublin 18 September 2008
2009 Les Misérables
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert Fort Regent, Jersey March 2009
2009 Les Misérables
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Javert Osborne House, Isle of Wight July 2009
2012 Peter Jöback's I Love Musicals
(with the Stockholm Sinfonietta)
Singer [2][41] Scandinavium Göteborg 19 October 2012,
Ericsson Globe Arena Stockholm 20 October 2012,
Spektrum Oslo 26 October 2012,
Löfbergs Lila Arena, Karlstad 27 October 2012
2013 Rodgers & Hammerstein at the Movies
with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra
Singer [2][42] National Concert Hall, Dublin 16 August 2013 This show also went to Limerick, Athlone and Galway
2013 Michael Ball – Musicals on a Summer’s Eve Singer [43] Penshurst Place, near Tonbridge, Kent August 2013

Television and radio

Television and radio
Year Title Role Broadcaster Notes
1996 Who Could Ask for Anything More?
Centenary celebration of Ira Gershwin's birth
Singer [2][23] BBC Radio 2 Broadcast live from Royal Albert Hall, London, 7 December 1996
1997 Inkle and Yarico in Concert
(Colman, recomposed by James McConnel 1997)
Thomas Inkle [2][11] PBS, USA documentary Filmed at the Holder's season, Barbados, March 1997
2000 The 10th Kingdom Series 1, Episode 4 The Gypsy King [1][11] NBC, February 2000 Carnival Films
2000 Jesus Christ Superstar TV film
(Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber)
Second Priest [44] Great Performances, PBS
16 October 2000
Really Useful Group
2001 Performing Arts Emmy winner
2004 Lesley Garrett – Music from the Movies
also starring Ruthie Henshall
Singer [32][45] BBC Two Recorded at the "Opera In The Park" concert in Leeds, with the Orchestra of Opera North, 19 July 2003.
Broadcast 25 December 2004, 6.10pm.
2010 Friday Night is Music Night
Singing: Summertime, Nature Boy and If Ever I Would Leave You
Singer [46] BBC Radio 2 Broadcast 19 February 2010

Discography

CDs and DVDs
Year Title Role Record label Notes
1994 Broadway (compilation CD) Singer [47] CD Baby Solo album
1994 Out of the Blue
(Shun-Ichi Tokura and Paul Sand)
Dr. Akizuki [48] Stage Door Records Cast CD
1995 Les Misérables – 10th Anniversary – The Dreamcast in Concert DVD
(Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil)
Factory Foreman [49] BBC Home Entertainment Royal Albert Hall, London, 8 October 1995
1996 Who Could Ask for Anything More? DVD
Centenary celebration of Ira Gershwin's birth
Singer [2][23][24] BBC Royal Albert Hall, London, 7 December 1996
2000 Living for the Moment (compilation CD) Singer [50] CD Baby Solo album
2000 Jesus Christ Superstar DVD
(Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber)
Second Priest [44][51] Universal Studios DVD
2004 Lesley Garrett – Music from the Movies
also starring Ruthie Henshall
Singer [32] Eagle Rock Entertainment DVD, recorded with the Orchestra of Opera North, Opera In The Park concert in Leeds 19 July 2003.
2006 Dracula – Original London Cast
(Gareth Evans and Christopher J. Orton)
Dracula [52][53] CD Baby Concept CD
2010 It's Just The Beginning: The Songs of Charles Miller & Kevin Hammonds
(Charles Miller & Kevin Hammonds)
Singer [54][55] MaKiNG Records Compilation CD.
Track: Sail Me There from the musical Hope
2012 You're Still You (compilation CD) Singer [56] CD Baby Solo album
Unknown I Have a Dream (documentary) Singer [2] Unknown Theme tune for a documentary about Christina Noble

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  41. ^ Peter Jöback, Michael McCarthy, Ma-Anne Dionisio, Katy Treharne, James Greeme (20 September 2012). PETER JÖBACK & Stockholm Sinfonietta / I LOVE MUSICALS / Hösten 2012 ( 
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  44. ^ a b Frederick B. Owens (Caiaphas), Michael Shaeffer (Annas), Peter Gallagher (First Priest), Michael McCarthy (Second Priest), Philip Cox (Third Priest) (21 November 2008). This Jesus Must Die ( 
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  47. ^ McCarthy, Michael (1994). Broadway (Media notes).  
  48. ^ McCarthy, Michael;  
  49. ^ McCarthy, Michael;  
  50. ^ McCarthy, Michael (2000). Living for the Moment (Media notes).  
  51. ^ McCarthy, Michael (2000). Jesus Christ Superstar (Media notes). Cast: Glenn Carter, Jerome Pradon, Renée Castle, Fred Johanson, Rik Mayall, Frederick B. Owens, Michael Shaeffer, Tony Vincent, Cavin Cornwall, Peter Gallagher, Philip Cox, Matthew Cross, Kevin Curtin, Paul Vickers.  
  52. ^ McCarthy, Michael; Evans, Gareth (Lyricist); Orton, Christopher J. (Composer) (2006). Dracula – Original London Cast (Media notes). Cast: Stephanie Benavente, Robert Fardell, Kit Orton, Alison Guill, John Barr, Christian Jon Billett, Alex Sangster, Steven Sparling, Deborah Crowe, Stephanie Evans, Claire Falconer, Ian Lynn, Christopher Orton, Anna-Lee Robertson.  
  53. ^ Michael McCarthy (18 October 2010). Within My World - Dracula, the musical ( 
  54. ^ McCarthy, Michael; Miller, Charles; Hammonds, Kevin (2010). It's Just The Beginning: The Songs of Charles Miller & Kevin Hammonds (Media notes). Richard Reynard, Pia Douwes, Louise Plowright, Cassidy Janson, Valerie Cutko, Ashleigh Fleming, Charlotte Page, Mark Evans, Jodie Jacobs, Donna Hines, Shona White, Emma Odell, Hannah Lindo, Julie Atherton, Paul Spicer, Marc Joseph, Helena Blackman, Alan Winner, Caroline O'Connor, Fenton Gray, Brenda Edwards, Emma Hatton, Adam Bayjou, Louise Willoughby, Christopher Bartlett, Drew Millar, Greg Davidson, Sophie Isaacs. MaKiNG Records.  
  55. ^ Michael McCarthy, Cassidy Janson, Charlotte Page, Valerie Cutko, Ashley Fleming (18 October 2010). Songs from "HOPE" by Charles Miller & Kevin Hammonds ( 
  56. ^ McCarthy, Michael (2012). You're Still You (Media notes).  
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