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      Worldwide theater performer| Rock music singer/writer
      Originally from St. Louis, MO, Drew moved to Boston in 1993 to study at The Boston Conservatory. He received a BFA in Musical Theatre with a concentrate in Directing. In '97, Drew moved to New York. There he appeared Off-Broadway in "Tony n' Tina's Wedding", and toured as a backup si... read more
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      Originally from St. Louis, MO, Drew moved to Boston in 1993 to study at The Boston Conservatory. He received a BFA in Musical Theatre with a concentrate in Directing.

      In '97, Drew moved to New York. There he appeared Off-Broadway in "Tony n' Tina's Wedding", and toured as a backup singer for Liza Minelli.

      In 1999, Drew moved to Berlin to star as Quasimodo in Disney's "Hunchback of Notre Dame". Drew opened to critical and public acclaim, and even received his own portrait from the Broadway legend Al Hirschfeld.
      In 2000, he released his first album, Say It, with his self-titled "Drew Sarich Band". Sarich has since played Berger in the Vienna revival of Hair, Cousin Kevin in Tommy (Amstetten, Austria), and the title role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Berlin). He has also appeared in Lapdog and Wildcat in 2003, which he co-wrote with his wife, Ann Mandrella. Drew has also performed at Donauinselfest Music Festival. (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009)

      Sarich appeared in other musicals, as the title character(s) in Jekyll and Hyde in Cologne, Germany, Sun/Master of the Keys in Barbarella (opened March 11, 2004), three performances of Jesus Christ Superstar : the first two being concerts in Passau, Germany and Vienna, and a staged version in Amstetten (as Jesus and Judas respectively), and the title role in Dracula, the Musical in St Gallen (sharing the role with Thomas Borchert).

      Drew made his Broadway debut in Spring 2006, when he took on the role of Armand in the musical Lestat. In Summer 2006, Sarich took over for Rodney Hicks in the Off-Broadway show Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. He then played the role of Grantaire in the Broadway revival of Les Misérables from October 2006 through the beginning of July 2007, understudying the roles of Enjolras and Javert. Later in July, following Alexander Gemignani's departure from the show, he took over the production's lead role of Jean Valjean until October 2007, when he traded locales with West End veteran John Owen-Jones. Sarich began as the West End Valjean on October 22, 2007 and Owen-Jones had his Broadway premiere as Valjean on October 23. Sarich's run in the London production ended on November 8, 2008. Sarich then moved back to Vienna where he reprised his role as Jesus and then starred in the title role of Frank Wildhorn's "Rudolf".

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