Recognized for his “prodigious acting abilities” and a voice that has been acclaimed as “masterful, passionate, soaringly beautiful and pitch-perfect,” Bronson Norris Murphy is best known for premiering the role of The Phantom in the first North American production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies (BWW Award). Other notable performances include the long-running production of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, the 30th Anniversary National Tour of CATS as Gus, Growltiger and Bustopher Jones, Evita at New York City Center, the world premiere production of Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber at Paper Mill Playhouse and multiple US productions of West Side Story as Tony. Other credits include the New York City developmental productions of: Faustus, the Musical (MTM’s Best Actor Award), I Hate Holmes, Joan of Arc, Alan Menken & Tim Rice’s King David and Maybe One Day: A Fable for the York Theatre. His work in regional theatres include Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, North Shore Music Theatre, Theatre By The Sea, The Skirball Center, Players’ Theatre, John W. Engeman Theatre, The Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, West Virginia Public Theatre and two seasons as Stephen Foster in The Stephen Foster Story in the US and Japan. Symphonic and concert work includes Norwalk Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, The Florida Symphony, Springfield Symphony, Orchestra Kentucky, I Am Harvey Milk at The Avery Fisher Hall, The Ocean City Pops Tribute to the American Songbook and as a soloist for Bach’s Cantata No. 140, Ramirez’s Misa Criolla, Saint-Saens’ Christmas Oratorio, Vivaldi’s Magnificat and Dubois’ Seven Last Words of Christ for the Symphony at Western Kentucky. In addition to his work onstage, Mr. Murphy is an advocate for music literacy maintaining regular classroom hours as an active voice and acting teacher in NYC while hosting workshops on vocal production, song interpretation, music theory and musical theatre audition techniques at New York University, The New York Film Academy, The Joffrey School of Ballet, Broadway Classroom and The Institute for American Musical Theatre.