The Info List - Greg Castiglioni

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Greg Castiglioni is an Italian born, West End musical theatre performer based in London, England. Critic Dan Parker of Broadway Baby wrote of Castiglioni's portrayal of "Baalthazar" in Love Birds, "Vocally, his dramatic vibrato and range is enticing to hear, adding to his impeccable comic timing."[1]


1 Early life 2 Career 3 External sources 4 References

Early life[edit] Castiglioni was born in Milan and grew up by lake Como in Italy. He is fluent in four languages (English, Italian, German and French)[2] and has a degree in law from the University of Westminster. After receiving a full scholarship from The Stage newspaper, Castiglioni trained at Mountview Conservatoire in London, England.[3] Career[edit] Castiglioni has performed in musicals, plays and concerts both in the UK and internationally as well as in studio recordings both as a solo performer and for movie soundtracks. He most recently appeared at the Charing Cross Theatre, London as Count Fosco in the first revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White which earned him an Offie award nomination. Further credits include: the "Russian Tenor" in the Chichester Festival Theatre's production of Fiddler on the Roof; the U.K./European tour of Cats as "Gus the Theatre Cat"; Titanic as "Thomas Andrews" UK & Canadian productions; the 25th anniversary UK tour of Phantom Of The Opera as "M Reyer and understudying "the Phantom" and "Piangi"; the 2006 west end revival of Evita directed by Michael Grandage as "Magaldi");[4] Starlight Express as "Rusty" (alternate); The Importance Of Being Earnest as "Algernon Moncrieff"; Les Miserables as "Thénardier" (understudy); Company as "Paul";"Pluto" in Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld and "Luiz" in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers (Opera della Luna) [2] Love Birds creating the role of "Baalthazar"[5]A Spoonful of Sherman as "Featured Performer in the original cast";[6] ; Lend Me A Tenor: The Musical for the world premiere; and as a featured soloist in "Hair" at the Oslo Spektrum. External sources[edit] gregcastiglioni.com References[edit]

^ "Love Birds". Broadway Baby. 11 August 2015.  ^ a b "Spotlight: GREG CASTIGLIONI".  ^ "GREG CASTIGLIONI".  ^ "Greg Castiglioni". Really Useful Group.  ^ "Lovebirds The Musical". Lovebirds The Musical.  ^ A Spoonfu