Kevin Lagasse is a New York based theatre artist. He has spent the last few years working in various theatrical capacities expanding his knowledge into puppetry and choreography. Kevin holds a BA in Theatre Arts & Musical Theatre from Marymount Manhattan College.
Most recently Kevin worked at Ogunquit Playhouse as the choreographer for Frozen Jr.
"The tribe is then co-led by the captivating Kevin Lagasse as Claude. From the bright "Manchester England" through the soulful "Where Do I Go" to the defiant "Hair", Lagasse's soaring voice is the emotional through-line of the evening. He's equally compelling as the conflicted draftee holding a draft card over a barrel fire (or is it something else?); as the soldier readying his jump out of a helicopter above the jungles of Viet Nam; and especially in the 30 seconds during which his character is shot repeatedly."
"Kevin Lagasse is thoroughly engaging as the tribe’s chieftain. Beginning with his delivery of the lyrics, “I believe in God, and I believe that God believes in Claude, that’s me,” he is the ultra-confident and sexy alpha male leading the tribe into Learyland. He is a lithe and athletic dancer, and his strong voice rings true in numbers like “Manchester, England” and “I Got Life.” And his performance in dramatic scenes – especially near the final curtain – is at once subtle and heart-wrenching."
"Lagasse handles Claude's confusion, his unpopular decision, and his acceptance of its consequences with grace and aplomb... and makes one's heart ache for him."
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