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Carter Lynch

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

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Carter Lynch performs “Oh What a Beautiful Morning”

Carter Lynch in “All Hands on Deck”

Bio & Resume

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

Download Carter P. Lynch’s Resume

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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)

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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

No Place like ‘Nome’

Actually, it’s Anchorage.  But there is little humor in there’s no place like “Anchorage.”    There is, however, an awful lot of snow in what has been an historic winter in our 49th State.  How much snow? – So much snow that my plan to go dog sledding was cancelled because of too much snow.  The B&B Tour has just wrapped up two weeks in this frozen coastal town.  But the weather did not keep our hardy Alaskan audience from turning out.  Nor did it keep our hardy troupe from delivering a winter’s worth of entertainment with each show we presented.  We leave shortly for Spokane, Washington and other ports of call in the Pacific Northwest where we will continue to warm up these cold winter nights.

When I think about it, I have experienced an awful lot of weather in the past year.  Last January, I was performing for the first time in Miami, Florida and today, I am packing up to leave Anchorage.  Geographically, it’s been a wild ride.  Professionally, I would be hard pressed to ask for a better opportunity.  I have played the Beast a dozen times over the year and recently added ten performances as the bully, Gaston, in the Fall.  To have the opportunity to play such different and challenging parts is something for which I will always be thankful.  It is better stated by saying that no matter what the weather may be outside, it has been a year full of sunshine for me.

Once again, please check out the B&B schedule and let me know if you can catch a show.  Also, I recently recorded “Believe” a beautiful Christmas song, and “Romeo & Juliet,” a present for my Dad on his 60th Birthday.  Click them and hopefully, enjoy them.

A Terrific Show

Since my last report, the Beauty and the Beast have taken me to over 20 cities and almost every region of this great country. Wherever we have been, the audiences have been outstanding and it’s easy to understand why. This is one of those wonderful shows that appeals to all ages and which can be appreciated on a variety of levels. The show tells a compelling story about love and transformation, is presented through a magnificent score and performed by the most talented group of people with whom I have ever had the privilege of working. So, it is no wonder that I have spent most of the last 6 months with a smile on my face.

That smile became a little bit bigger when I had the opportunity to cover the Beast for 5 shows in Wilmington, Delaware. I learned I would be taking the stage at the Dupont Theater about 3½ hours before the show was to begin. I immediately called my folks in Bethesda who just as immediately chose to travel to Wilmington to catch the show. I was a little bit nervous, but no one seemed to notice, including my unbiased and very proud parents. Even better was the opportunity to play the role several nights in a row which allowed me to hone my performance and to look forward to playing the Beast again.

The tour recently landed in the windy city of Chicago, Illinois where we will spend the month of July. What a great town! Next comes our summer break, the Jersey shore and home before we hit the road again in Cincinnati. Check out our schedule for the remainder of the year and early 2012 so you can find out what our audiences already know. This is a terrific show and I am so lucky to be a part of it.

Sarasota on My Mind

Sarasota Florida will always hold a special place in my mind. It was there that I first performed as The Beast before a packed house that knew the understudy was taking the lead. Their standing ovation and my cast mates’ cheers as I approached my bow let me know I did a pretty good job. What a moment! I am so thankful for this opportunity to do what I love and so grateful to everyone involved in the tour for the confidence they have placed in me, the coaching they have given me and the heartfelt congratulations they have extended to me. Words fail to express just how great this experience has been. But one word, “awesome” sums it up darn well.

Since then, I have performed as the Beast twice more in Springfield, Missouri and look forward to the opportunity to do so again. And while this was fantastic as well, it will not replace that feeling that “I did it and they liked it” that I knew in Sarasota.

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