James Myers Baritone, Actor, Voice Teacher
James Myers has worked as an actor in a variety of staged plays, musicals and film/television projects. Below are Video and Photo samples of James Myers' Acting Work and Acting Reel.
James Myers plays the lead role of Tommy Albright in Brigadoon. In this scene, Tommy has returned to Scotland in hopes of finding his lost true love. On the discovery that his love now appears to have vanished forever, Tommy breaks down.
James Myers plays the Beast in this production of Beauty and the Beast. Scene begins with the Beast preparing for his date with Belle in the ballroom. Scene continues through Belle's departure and the Beast singing the reprise of the song, "If I Can't Love Her"
Similar footage as the video above. James Myers plays the Beast in Beauty and the Beast. This video begins right after the conclusion of the title song, "Beauty and the Beast", where the Beast attempts to tell Belle that he loves her
The Beast shows Belle his library. It's revealed that the Beast never learned how to read. Belle reads the legend of King Arthur to the Beast and the two of them share a romantic connection. James Myers plays the Beast.
Similar footage as the video above. This Scene begins at the top of Act 2 when Belle and the Beast return to the castle after fighting off the attack from the pack of wolves. Scene continues through the song, "There's Something There". Scene concludes with the famous library scene. James Myers plays the Beast in Beauty and the Beast.
Scene begins with the Beast trying to get Belle to have dinner with him. The Beast is unsuccessful and he storms off to his sanctuary in the West Wing of the Castle. Scene concludes with the Beast singing the song, "How Long Must This Go On?". James Myers plays the Beast
Beauty and the Beast. Scene begins with Belle's first encounter with the Beast. Belle agrees to trade places with her father and become the prisoner of the Beast. Scene continues with the Beast showing Belle to her room. James Myers plays the Beast.
Following the success of his performance as the Beast in City of Fairfax Theatre Company's production of Beauty and the Beast, James Myers was invited to sing at the City of Fairfax Theatre Company's Benefit Cabaret Performance a few months later. James sings the song, "Who I'd Be" from Shrek the Musical.
James Myers plays South Carolina Senator, Edward Rutledge in 1776. This scene begins with Rutledge accusing the northern colonies of hypocrisy and complicity in the Triangle Trade. Scene concludes with the song, "Molasses to Rum"
James Myers is interviewed by former NBC Today Show host, Jim Hartz. They discuss James Myers' portrayal of the lead role of Warren Ives in a production of the play, "Cantorial" by noted playwright and author, Ira Levin. This production was staged at the Little Theatre of Alexandria, a historic theatre just outside of Washington D.C.