Carter Lynch_Headshot

Carter Lynch

AEA
(301) 706-8591
VOCAL RANGE: Baritone/Tenor: F2-C5
HEIGHT: 5’10

Download Carter P. Lynch's Resume

Carter Lynch performs “Oh What a Beautiful Morning”

Carter Lynch in “All Hands on Deck”

Bio & Resume

Carter Lynch_Headshot

 

AEA
(301) 706-8591
VOCAL RANGE: Baritone/Tenor: F2-C5
HEIGHT: 5’10

Download Carter P. Lynch’s Resume

Headshot #1
Headshot #2
Headshot #3

Portfolio

Audio

Me

If I can’t Love Her

Totally Extreme

Sensible People

Spellbound

Video

“Oh What a Beautiful Morning”


“All Hands on Deck!”


“Lonely House” and “What is it About Her?”


“She Loves Me”


Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” (2012)

Click on the links below to listen!

Carter Lynch Performs “If I Can’t Love Her”

Carter Lynch Performs “Me”


College Light Opera Company (2009)

Videos

Carter Lynch performs “This Is The Moment” in the College Light Opera Company’s production of “Jekyll and Hide” (2009)


Carter Lynch performs “Me And My Girl” in the College Light Opera Company’s production of “Me and My Girl” (2009)


Carter Lynch performs “Leaning On A Lampost” in the College Light Opera Company’s production of “Me and My Girl” (2009)


Carter Lynch performs “Alive” in the College Light Opera Company’s production of “Jekyll and Hide” (2009)


Carter Lynch performs “Listen To Your Heart” in the production of “Urinetown” (2007)


Carter Lynch performs “Run Freedom Run” in the production of “Urinetown” (2007)

 


Press

Carter Lynch in Brigadoon

“As Tommy, Carter Lynch anchors the show. The young actor exudes leading-man appeal with his rugged good looks and his strong voice.”

Brigadoon

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Johanna Crosby


Carter Lynch in Yeoman of the Guard

“Carter Lynch is excellent as Col. Fairfax, playing both the Colonel and the Colonel disguised as Phoebe’s brother Leonard . . . He is noble and comical, handsome and philosophical.”

Yeoman of the Guard

The Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: Marilyn J. Rowland


Carter Lynch in Yeoman of the Guard

“Carter Lynch portrays Col. Fairfax. . . . his voice fills the theater to the point of overflowing.”

Yeoman of the Guard

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Catlin Russell


Carter Lynch in Lady Be Good

“Lynch is a natural. It would be hyperbole to compare him to Fred Astaire who starred in the original production. But Lynch does have that innate gracefulness that allows him to slide from walking to dancing without an awkward transition. . . It’s hard to take your eyes off of Carter Lynch . . .”

Lady Be Good

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Gwenn Friss


Carter Lynch in Lady Be Good

“Mr. Lynch has a strong voice and is an accomplished tap dancer.”

Lady Be Good

Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: William Grace


Carter Lynch in Me and My Girl

“Carter Lynch shows he has leading man quality . . . The engaging young Lynch has a strong pleasant voice and wonderful stage presence. Lynch also has a dancer’s natural grace and shows off smooth, fluid moves while leaning on a lamppost.”

Me and My Girl

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Johanna Crosby


Carter Lynch in Me and My Girl

“Carter Lynch is outstanding in the role of Bill Snipson, creating an outrageous but believable character . . . . He does a commendable job in his big singing numbers. . . and pulls off some high jumps and ballet moves.”

Me and My Girl

Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: Marilyn J. Rowland


Carter Lynch in Titanic

“There is designer Thomas Andrews, played with intensity by Carter Lynch, shinning in every number he’s in . . .”

Titanic

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Cathi Scrizzi-Driscoll


Carter Lynch in Titanic

“Carter Lynch, who has played a lead role in every CLOC production this summer, was again outstanding as builder Thomas Andrews . . . Lynch embraces both the idealism and the fatal flaws of his character.”

Titanic

Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: Marilyn J. Rowland


Carter Lynch in HMS Pinafore

“Carter Lynch, as Captain Corcoran . . .delivers his comic lines well and sings with strength and confidence. He is always a delight to watch.”

HMS Pinafore

Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: Marilyn J. Rowland


Carter Lynch in Jekyll & Hyde

“The show demands a vibrant actor in the dual role and Carter Lynch is it. Lynch has the talent to mesmerize an audience with his good looks, the ability to project emotion and the strong clear voice which is equally good at solos and duets. The charismatic actor makes a dramatic transition from the idealistic, tormented Jekyll to the depraved Hyde in “Transformation”/ “Alive” and delivers a show stopping “This is the Moment,”

Jekyll & Hyde

Cape Cod Times
Reviewer: Johanna Crosby


Carter Lynch in Jekyll & Hyde

“Mr. Lynch captures Dr. Jekyll idealism, dedication, and anguish as things go wrong, and his convulsions are dramatically punctuated by the orchestra. His singing voice is strong and his performance heartfelt. Mr. Lynch’s rendition of “Lost in Darkness” is tender and sweet, and the contrast is striking between it and the dramatic song that follows, “Need to Know.”

Jekyll & Hyde

Falmouth Enterprise
Reviewer: Marilyn J. Rowland


Pirates-of-Finance-review

“…but all the other voices are at least excellent; and in the cases of Amber Nicole Guest, playing the head of HR, and ensemble member Carter Lynch, they’re truly extraordinary.”

The Pirates of Finance

Talkin Broadway
Reviewer: Matthew Murray


Gypsies-Barons-Heirs“…tenor Carter Lynch, who also earned especially warm applause for his mellow but feeling delivery of “Vienna Mine” from “Countess Maritza.”

Gypsies and Barons and Heirs (Light Opera of New York)

Forbes on Film & Footlights
Reviewer: Harry Forbes

 

News

“LEAVE IT TO JANE” ON 42ND STREET!

Come catch a performance of this 1917 Broadway musical filled with laughs, college rivalries, and wonderful music from Jerome Kern! Opening night is Tuesday, April 16th with a run until April 28th! Performances are every night at 7:30pm with matinees on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 2pm!

Tickets are only $25 and can be purchased from the link below! The Lion Theatre is a small house, so make sure to get your tickets before we sell out!

http://www.telecharge.com/FindTickets.aspx?&PerformanceDateTime=4%2F17%2F2013+7%3A30+PM&cityName=Off-Broadway&productId=8976&productType=1

My character’s name is Billy and I play the love interest of the title-gal Jane! You will get to hear me sing a couple of beautiful ballads and watch me help Atwater College try to beat their rival Bingham in the biggest game of the year!

Please let me know if you will be able to make it and we can meet up after the show! I’m very grateful to Musicals Tonight! and Mel Miller for this wonderful opportunity. Hope to see you soon!

NYGASP?

What’s NYGASP?   It’s the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players – an organization that for over thirty-five years has maintained the thirteen magnificently funny and entertaining Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.  When I learned about the auditions, I was already a fan and knew I had a shot at becoming a member of this prestigious company due to my apprenticeship at the College Light Opera Company in Falmouth, MA.

Well, I am proud to announce that I was recently selected to join the formerly mysterious NYGASP!  After several rounds of auditions, in which over 450 performers were seen, the company chose only nine people, and I am one of only two tenors added for this season!  Our production of H.M.S. Pinafore opens on January 11, 2013 at the New York City Center and I am thrilled for the opportunity to perform in Manhattan for my very first time.

Performances sell-out very quickly, so please visit the link below to get tickets before they run out!

NYGASP Tickets:  http://www.nycitycenter.org/tickets/productionNew.aspx?performanceNumber=6700

Also, for more information about NYGASP and other upcoming shows please visit:http://nygasp.org/.

Thank you all for your incredible and ongoing support!  I hope to see many of you in the audience in January!

Coming Home

It’s hard for me to believe that it’s been eighteen months since I landed in Miami to begin touring with “Beauty and the Beast”.  As mentioned previously, the tour has taken me from Alaska to Alabama and most everywhere in between.  Just this past winter I rode in an Olympic bobsled at 90mph, mushed sled dogs to a glacier, and skied in a blizzard at over 10,000 feet.  On a warmer note, I have now performed as the Beast nearly twenty times and an even dozen for Gaston.  So, it is with a bit of a sad heart that I will be leaving the tour towards the end of July and seeking my fortune again in New York City.

Fortunately, before I leave I will be returning home for two weeks for a run at the National Theatre in D.C. from June 11-June 24.  If there was one more wish I would like fulfilled, it would be to perform as the lead sometime while I’m at home.  Whatever happens, life will be better sleeping in my own bed and eating home-cooked meals.

As far as my post-tour world is concerned, I have already auditioned for both the Broadway show and the national tours of “Jersey Boys”.  I am fairly hopeful because I think the audition went well.  The auditioners actually asked me a couple of questions after I sang instead of just saying the proverbial “Thank you”, so we’ll see..

Before hitting D.C. the show will be in Boston and Philadelphia, each for one week of performances.  After that, we’ll be in Charlotte for one week and then Toronto for three weeks, which will be my last city.

To get tickets go to www.beautyandthebeastontour.com and then please send me an email to let me know you’ll be coming!

Please continue to tune-in to the site so I can tell you about my latest adventures!  Hope to see you all soon!

Contact

Name (required)

Email (required)

Subject

Your Message